Cannabis Transportation, Logistics, and Supply Chain Management Certificate
Department Chair: Tracy Fulce, 847-376-7803 or email@example.com
14 Semester Credit Hours; Curriculum: 0411
This program prepares students for employment in the transportation, logistics and supply chain management for the cannabis industry. This program will prepare transporters to apply state laws and regulations to securely transport and track cannabis between business licenses. Students will also be eligible to apply for their security guard permanent employee registration card (PERC). To be employed as a cannabis transporter, employees must be 21 years of age, meet the requirements to obtain a Department of Agriculture identification card, and pass a federal fingerprint test. This certificate can be completed in one semester.
|Courses for a Certificate|
|CNB 101||Introduction to Cannabis||1|
|CNB 102||Cannabis and the Law||1|
|CNB 105||Dispensary Operations||1|
|CNB 106||Cannabis Cultivation Operations||2|
|LAE 275||Security Guard Training||3|
|MGT 155||Operations and Supply Chain Management||3|
|MGT 156||Introduction to Transportation, Warehousing and Logistics||3|
Program Learning Outcomes
- Apply logistics and supply chain theories and tools.
- Apply decision-making, planning, and organizational skills to cannabis operations and distribution between cultivation centers and dispensaries.
- Describe cannabis laws and regulations for seed to sale tracking and distribution.
- Describe security concerns and precautions related to cannabis distribution.