Study Cannabis Online and Learn About Cannabis Processing
This course will examine all processing and refinement methods of cannabis, including marijuana and hemp. Study cannabis online and learn about extraction methods, distillation techniques, and purification methods. Differences between cannabis products, such as the major and minor cannabinoids, full-spectrum versus broad-spectrum extracts, distillates, isolates, and non-encapsulated cannabinoids, and their applications will be discussed. Students will also learn about THC remediation and how these processing methods relate to the environmental and economic benefits and challenges that a hemp industry might create in the U.S. Newly emerging technologies like biomimetics, fermenations, and catalytic enzyme conversions to source cannabis will also be discussed. After completion of the course, students will apply their knowledge to cannabis extraction and processing and determine which traditional and new technologies are driving the cannabis market and why. Students will also use their knowledge to identify lesser-known production and processing methods and how these relate to the cannabis industry.
Note: For successful completion of this course, it is recommended that students are familiar with Organic Chemistry I or its equivalent.
Study cannabis online today and start with Cannabis Processing in our Open Learning Course.
Our Cannabis Processing course is a great addition to degree programs that are already underway. Students may also take this course to complete a different degree program not affiliated with Doane University. Doane's Open Learning Courses are not a part of any degree program at Doane University. If you are interested in starting a degree program at Doane, please visit our website at www.doane.edu.
How This Course Works
Courses are completely online: lectures, discussion boards, and even group projects.
You'll be able to view course materials at the start of term.
Once courses begin, assignments are due each week.
Need help or have questions? In addition to instructor access, every student receives support from an advisor.