Cannabis Business Certificate

College

  • College of Health Professions

Institute of Emerging Health Professions

Degree Earned

  • Certificate

Program Length

1 year

Program Type

  • Online

Program Contact

Name: Brooke Worster, MD
Positions:
  • Program Director
  • Associate Professor
Organization: Institute of Emerging Health Professions
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Course Descriptions

The courses in the certificate program are designed to accommodate and interest students with diverse academic background and career interests. Students may enroll into the program in fall, spring, or summer.

Our cannabis courses are taught by faculty members who are recognized as national experts and leaders in the cannabis field. All cannabis courses are online and mostly asynchronous.

CBU501 Emerging Issues in the Cannabis Industry

Students will learn about and engage in course activities related to the history of cannabis and the rapidly developing trends in cannabis business, laws, regulations, and ethics. In particular, students will examine emerging practices, concepts, and issues in the cannabis industry relating to regulatory framework, illicit cannabis market, operating in cash, taxation, quality of human resources, and social justice and equity.

CBU 506 Essentials of Cannabis Financial & Operations Analysis

Students will learn about and engage in course activities related to the history of cannabis and the rapidly developing trends in cannabis business, laws, regulations, and ethics. In particular, students will examine emerging practices, concepts, and issues in the cannabis industry relating to regulatory framework, illicit cannabis market, operating in cash, taxation, quality of human resources, and social justice and equity.

iMBA 604 Business Model Innovation

In this course students fully explore how an organization creates, delivers, and captures value through a customer-centric approach to business model innovation. The impact of industry disruption through business model innovation will be explored as students analyze and evaluate existing models. Using creative thinking and specific patterns, students will gain experience in planning and executing new models to address the complex challenges facing businesses from a variety of industries in the marketplace today.