Cannabis Cultivation Certificate
12 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0413
This certificate prepares students for entry-level employment in cannabis cultivation and craftgrow centers and to apply state laws and regulations to cultivate cannabis. Students will apply knowledge and skills regarding cannabis plant morphology and physiology as well as cultivation center operations to the cultivation of cannabis. To be employed at a cultivation center employees must be 21 years of age and meet the Department of Agriculture’s requirements to obtain a Cultivation Center Agent Card.
|Courses for a Certificate|
|CNB 101||Introduction to Cannabis||1|
|CNB 102||Cannabis and the Law||1|
|CNB 103||Pharmacology and Medical Cannabis Use||2|
|CNB 105||Dispensary Operations||1|
|CNB 106||Cannabis Cultivation Operations||2|
|CNB 107||Botany and Cultivation of Cannabis||5|
Program Learning Outcomes
- Describe cannabis laws and regulations for cultivation, seed-to-sale tracking, and distribution.
- Describe security concerns and precautions related to cannabis cultivation and distribution.
- Apply cultivation and processing techniques safely and sanitarily.
- Discuss the roles and responsibilities of cultivation employees.
- Identify logistical concepts that relate to inventory control, distribution, packaging, transfer, and auditing.
- Review the basic and clinical pharmacology of botanical and synthetic marijuana and their active components.