Cannabis chemistry is a field of chemistry that focuses on the chemistry of cannabinoid-containing compounds such as cannabis and CBD oils. The certificate in cannabis chemistry will give students both the theoretical and practical knowledge of how to perform analysis in this area of study. In addition to learning the science of cannabis, students will explore topics such as ethics, law, politics and regulation of the cannabis industry.
Admission requirements for this program are satisfied by the general requirements for undergraduate admission to the University. Students holding any previous undergraduate degree from an accredited institution with a minimum of a 2.5 g.p.a. are eligible to apply.
The Cannabis Chemistry Undergraduate Certificate requires the completion of a minimum of 15 credits. All course work must be completed in accordance with the regulations of the University and the College governing undergraduate scholarship.
& CHM 3130
and Analytical Chemistry Laboratory
|CHM 5999||Research in Chemistry||3|
|CHM 5570||Instrumental Analytical Chemistry Laboratory||2|
|CHM 6160||Separation Science||3|
|CHM 4850||Frontiers in Chemistry *||1|
|CHM 6740||Laboratory Safety *||2|