Bellevue University will start offering courses in medical cannabis starting in June. University staff call the program forward-thinking.
"We tend to pick up on emerging career-relevant industries where we see jobs coming and to provide education for students to try and meet that need," said Mary Dobransky Academic Dean of Science and Technology, Bellevue University.
Dobransky said a medical cannabis certificate program will prepare students for a career in the medical cannabis industry, adding that it's an industry that is growing much like the general interest.
"It's very focused on legal medical cannabis and the therapeutic uses of it," said Dobransky. "We found that students have questions. They've been asking for more education in this field and so we wanted to provide some quality education to help them out."
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