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Sullivan University to Offer ‘Introduction to Cannabis Studies’ Course

Sullivan University to Offer ‘Introduction to Cannabis Studies’ Course

“the course is intended to be academic and objectively focused without attempting to be involved in any social movement”

This subject used to be kind of funny, but it’s actually a flourishing industry these days.

WDRB News reports:

Sullivan University announces ‘Introduction to Cannabis Studies’ course

Cannabis is on the syllabus at a local university.

Sullivan University has announced that it will offer an “Introduction to Cannabis Studies” course online for the Fall 2020 semester that begins on Sept. 28.

In a news release, the university cites the legalization of hemp in Kentucky, as well as the increasing legalization of medicinal and recreational cannabis in various parts of the U.S., as reasons for a growing interest in learning about cannabis through “a well-structured, college-level course.”

“While the social implications of the industry and the interest in the topic is becoming very important in academic research and as a field of study, the course is intended to be academic and objectively focused without attempting to be involved in any social movement,” said Dr. Tonnie L. Renfro, chair of Social and Behavioral Science at Sullivan University, in a statement. “The course can be important for many students in various programs, as a general education elective, giving an additional choice for students.”

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Cornell Cooperative Extension has already held several seminars for New York State farmers about hemp cultivation.

I would hope that more colleges would bring intellectual rigor to the public policy issues surrounding hemp regulation.

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