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The Cannabis Studies minor offers students pursuing a range of majors with a focused, multidisciplinary study of cannabis in its social context. The curriculum adopts a social justice framework: all courses include learning goals and lessons that engage with social justice theory and practice, emphasizing an interrogation of issues of social equity.
The minor consists of 4 required core credits and 16 elective credits. The elective credits may be selected in any combination.
|Choose one of the following options:||4|
|CANNABIS AND SOCIETY I|
and CANNABIS AND SOCIETY II
|INTRODUCTION TO CANNABIS STUDIES|
|CANNABIS, RACE, AND JUSTICE|
|TOPICS IN POLITICAL AND SOCIAL COMMUNICATION (*Communication, Cannabis and Culture only)|
|DRUGS AND SOCIETY|
|SPECIAL TOPICS (*Cannabis and the Law only)|
|PHYSIOLOGY AND SOCIAL IMPACT OF DRUG USE|
|TOPICS IN AMERICAN HISTORY (*Psychedlics in American History)|
|CANNABIS BUSINESS-THE SOCIAL & ECONOMIC IMPACT & PRACTICE|
|SEMINAR IN NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY|
|ADVANCED TOPICS IN PUBLIC LAW (*The Politics of Drug Reform only)|
|SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS AND RECOVERY|
|SOCIOLOGY OF DRUGS|