Want to study the business of marijuana? There’s a degree program for that
Thanks to Andrew Sacks of SWD for pointing us toward this
His four-year medicinal plant chemistry degree — geared toward the burgeoning marijuana business that is about to explode in Michigan next year — includes classes such as organic chemistry, biochemistry, soils, biology, gas and liquid chromatography, biostatistics, genetics, accounting, financial management and perspectives on society.
Other colleges and universities — such as Harvard, University of Denver, Vanderbilt University and Ohio State University — offer a variety of classes on marijuana policy and law.
Michigan Medical Cannabis Cultivation and Licensing Seminar
Learn essential business, regulatory, and cultivation best practices necessary to survive and thrive
in the medical cannabis industry in the emerging state of Michigan from a broad scope of experienced cannabis professionals including:
Joseph Wright, former head of the IL Medical Cannabis program on avoiding pitfalls and mistakes in the application process, as well as once you are operational.
Trevor Taylor, Co-Founder/CEO of District 8 Holdings, a successful CO cannabis cultivation business.
Brian Corr, PhD grow consultant with more than 40 years of growing experience.
Paul Golden, an environmental engineer who helps design hi-tech cannabis greenhouses with a focus on production optimization.