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Cannabis Law and Ethics (interactive online simulcast)

Code:
BUS 1987

The legislative landscape for cannabis production and use in Canada is continuing to evolve. Upon completing this course, students will be able to locate and interpret current legislation relating to the medical and adult-use markets. Students will apply this knowledge to concepts of production, promotion, packaging, and the sale of cannabis within the framework of maintaining full compliance, as well as to personal use and potential implications.

In addition to regulatory concerns, students will also discuss and debate important ethical considerations relating to the legalization of cannabis, including use by minors, medicinal claims, pardoning past criminal records and more.

Notes:

Course delivery: This course is delivered online through our interactive online simulcast. You require access to a computer with high-speed internet and camera for the duration of class each day. Prior to the class starting you will receive an email detailing the login instructions. If you prefer to attend the course in class at our Oshawa campus please click BUS 1927 for additional details and to enroll in the in class section.

Upon successful completion (which requires you to fully attend both classes and successfully complete all assigned coursework and quizzes) you will receive a digital badge that can be added to your LinkedIn page, resume, e-portfolio, etc. to demonstrate your focus for ongoing professional development to current and prospective employers.


Textbooks:

  • Fall - None required

Prerequisites:

  • (BUS 1926 Medical Cannabis Fundamentals for Business Professionals
  • Or BUS 1986 Medical Cannabis Fundamentals for Business Professionals (interactive online simulcast) )

This course is part of the following program(s):

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Scheduled Dates

CRN Day Date Time Hours Location Instructor Fee Availability
11307Sat&Sun26-SEP-20 to 27-SEP-2009:30 am - 04:30 pm14Distance Education Danielle Harrison$451.94
11309Sat&Sun21-NOV-20 to 22-NOV-2009:30 am - 04:30 pm14Distance Education Danielle Harrison$451.94
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