Cannabis Science and Commerce (MS)

 

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    Cannabis Science and Commerce (MS)

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    To speak directly with a graduate admissions counselor, please call 413.205.3700 or email us at graduate.admissions@aic.edu.

      The Master of Science in Cannabis Science and Commerce at American International College is designed for students interested in a career in the cannabis industry, and is offered in both fully online and hybrid formats. Graduates will leave AIC with a demonstrated understanding of the business, legal and scientific aspects of the cannabis industry. The program provides education in the following areas:

       
      • Basic science (chemistry, horticulture, cultivation, uses, and delivery systems)
      • Business (management, marketing, and operations)
      • Federal and state laws and policies
      • 30 credit program

      • 100% online or hybrid formats available

      • 7-week accelerated courses

      • 1 or 2 year completion time

      • Start terms begin in Fall, Spring, and Summer

      • Analyze the effects of social, political, and cultural influences on the cannabis industry.

      • Have the knowledge of the current cannabis industry regulations and possess the ability to use ethical decision making to navigate a changing legal landscape.

      • Demonstrate the ability to integrate and apply business knowledge to the cannabis industry.

      • Effectively communicate culturally competent cannabis information both orally and in writing.

      • Demonstrate an understanding of the uses and scientific aspects of cannabis.

      • 30 credit program

      • Hybrid

      • 7-week accelerated courses

      • 1 or 2 year completion time

      • Start terms begin in Fall 2020 (August), spring 2021 (January), and summer 2021 (May)

      • Analyze the effects of social, political, and cultural influences on the cannabis industry.

      • Have the knowledge of the current cannabis industry regulations and possess the ability to use ethical decision making to navigate a changing legal landscape.

      • Demonstrate the ability to integrate and apply business knowledge to the cannabis industry.

      • Effectively communicate culturally competent cannabis information both orally and in writing.

      • Demonstrate an understanding of the uses and scientific aspects of cannabis.

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