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Graded assessments may include both peer and instructor assessments. Self-assessment tests will also be provided to aid student learning.

This highly interactive online course is of interest to people who come from a plant science background and are seeking new opportunities in the growing field of commercial cannabis production.

The course will be delivered through Brightspace, Dalhousie University’s Learning Management System, or LMS. All course materials, activities, and assessments will be “housed” in Brightspace and delivered to you electronically. This will ensure a seamless learning experience so you can learn at a time and location that is convenient for you. (Note: Selected activities may require scheduled participation.)

Cannabis Production and Management is a fully online, non-credit course that provides advanced knowledge and selected skillsets for mid to upper-level production jobs in commercial growing facilities. Students cover critical aspects of the cannabis industry, cannabis products, workplace requirements, crop management, quality control/quality assurance, harvesting, processing, and waste management. Specific applications to cannabis facilities and workplaces are a major focus of the course.

Course expectations

Currently, she is a leader at a new cannabis facility called Safari Flower, located in the Niagara Region of Ontario, where she leads teams in all aspects of cannabis production and maintains the mother and propagation plants. Elizabeth feels that cannabis is a very unique plant species with great potential. She has a passion for the cannabis industry and is excited to share knowledge with like-minded, passionate individuals. Her goal is to increase the health and happiness of people. Elizabeth is soon to be a mother and is excited for this next chapter in her life.

The course is delivered 100% online, in a series of ten modules:

Cannabis Production and Management is an Adult Learning course with open admission criteria. It is recommended for participants with:

Who should take this course?

Module 1: Cannabis Industry Overview
Module 2: Regulations & GPP
Module 3: Indoor Production Facilities
Module 4: Crop Botany
Module 5: Propagation
Module 6: Plant & Canopy Management
Module 7: Media & Nutrient Management
Module 8: Environmental Control
Module 9: Integrated Pest Management
Module 10: Harvest Management

Cannabis Production and Management is 100% online. It is intended to provide you with advanced knowledge of cannabis production and management, and a chance to apply the knowledge in completing selected tasks relevant to the commercial production environment. This will improve your ability to transfer knowledge and skills to job-specific situations.

Online weed growing classes

Upon completing your required coursework, you will need to submit a completion request for your certificate. Once we have verified that you have met the requirements, your certificate will be printed and signed off on by the Dean of the College of ACES, Crop Sciences’ Department Head, Director of Online and Continuing Education (CITL) and the Online Program Coordinator.

HORT 100, 3 credits, online asynchronous in Spring

Designed to provide students with an understanding of the cannabis classification system and proper management practices for target compounds and products. Understanding cannabis biology and taxonomic classification is critical for proper management practices for the production of essential oils, psychoactive compounds, fiber, and seed oil and protein, and applications of those products. Discrepancies between scientific and vernacular names of cannabis and the inconsistency of vernacular names mislead producers and consumers. This course will discuss the taxonomy and vernacular nomenclature of cannabis and cannabis biology will be discussed based on individual subspecies. The subspecies classification will be necessary for proper management practices and harvesting of target compounds and products.

Course Descriptions

The use of cultivated and wild plants in medicines and health products according to Eastern and Western medical traditions. Consideration of herbal medicine use from ancient times to the present, important medicinal chemicals produced by plants, and the evaluation of plant chemical products as potential human medicines.

Understanding cannabis biology and taxonomic classification is critical for proper management practices for the production of essential oils, psychoactive compounds, fiber, and seed oil and protein, and applications of those products. Discrepancies between scientific and vernacular names of cannabis and the inconsistency of vernacular names mislead producers and consumers.

Introduction to Horticulture

Undergraduate, graduate, and non-degree seeking students wanting to learn more about cannabis production and seeking jobs in these emerging industries.

The Cannabis Production and Management Certificate is not eligible for tuition waivers.

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