2022 - 2023 Undergraduate Bulletin

The Cannabis and Plant-Based Wellness Operations A.A.S. focuses on the development of frontline skills needed for careers in the quickly expanding cannabis and other plant-based wellness retail industries. Students develop the competencies needed to interact with and lawfully instruct others about cannabis and other plant-based wellness, including how plant-based products can impact systems in the human body. Regulatory components of cannabis and other plant-based wellness retail operations including processes for establishing compliance protocols as well as practices for remaining compliant are emphasized. Instruction incorporates traditional use of cannabis and other plants for wellness.

For department information or additional degree requirements, go to the Technology and Occupational Sciences, College of department page.

Total Credits Required 60
General Education Courses 16
     Choose one course each from:  
     Effective Communication 4
     Quantitative Reasoning and Analysis 4
     Choose two courses from:  
     Limit one course maximum from any category. 8
     Social Responsibility in a Diverse World (4 cr.)  
     Integrative Thinking (4 cr.)  
     Human Expression (4 cr.)  
     Perspectives on Society  (4 cr.)  
     Scientific Inquiry (4 cr.)  
   
Technical Concentration 32
CO 111 Cannabis Fundamentals 4
CO 121 Cannabis: Uses and Effects 2
CO 131 Dispensary Operations 2
CO 211 Federal Dispensary Regulations 2
CO 212 State Dispensary Regulations 2
LDR 200 Ethical Leadership in the Workplace 4
PBW 101 Applied Natural Wellness Retail 4
PBW 111 Fundamentals of Natural Wellness 4
PBW 121 Wellness Plants: Uses and Effects 4
PBW 131 Plant Wellness Customer Service 4
PBW 289 Graduation Assessment for Cannabis and Plant-Based Wellness Operations 0
   
Electives 12
Recommended Elective Courses  
MGT 121 Introduction to Business; or 4
     MKT 230 Introduction to Marketing (4 cr.)  
GC 101 Introduction to Environmental Science 4
LPM 101 Principles of Asset Protection 4
LPM 290 Retail Accounting and Inventory Control 4
   

This major requires a "C" or higher in the Technical Concentration.