New academic partnership in San Francisco offers pathway to cannabis business degree

New academic partnership in San Francisco offers pathway to cannabis business degree
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Oaksterdam University graduates may transfer up to 18 credits of corresponding courses to Golden Gate University Graduates of the first cannabis college in the United States, Oaksterdam University(OU), will be able to transfer their education to a private, non-profit university in San Francisco. The college announced Tuesday that OU graduates may transfer up to 18 credits of corresponding courses, with a minimum passing score of 80 per cent, to Golden Gate University (GGU). GGU is a private non-profit university founded in 1901 in the heart of San Francisco’s financial and high-tech district. GGU also has teaching locations in Silicon Valley and Seattle. Three six-credit courses qualify to be transferred and include the Business of Cannabis, Horticulture and Extraction and Manufacturing. The partnership allows OU students a pathway to an accredited degree and GGU to provide a pathway to careers in cannabis, North America’s fastest-growing industry. Oaksterdam’s certification courses help pave the way for students to work in cannabis cultivation, dispensary sales and management, extraction labs and product manufacturing. The Business of Cannabis Certification Course gives students broad knowledge to start their own business or serve the industry through ancillary professions like law, finance, human resources, marketing and technology. According to a report by Leafly, the cannabis industry is adding an average of 280 jobs per day to the United States economy. “With 33 percent job growth from 2021, there is soaring demand for employees in a wide variety of cannabis-related fields. More colleges and universities across the country are scrambling to add cannabis curriculum to their course offerings, and this is where Oaksterdam steps in.” – Oaksterdam University Oaksterdam University is North America’s first cannabis college and has seen to 70,000 students from over 100 countries graduate. Oaksterdam offers virtual live semester and self-paced courses including The Business of Cannabis, Horticulture, Budtending…

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