‘Cannapreneur’ Transdisciplinary Course Descriptions  

April 1, 2022

‘Cannapreneur’ Transdisciplinary Course Descriptions


Computer Science

IT 347    Full Stack Web Development,  4 cr, 3 cl hrs, 2 lab hrs

Prerequisite:  CSE 122, Algorithms and Data Structures

Offered Fall and Spring Semesters


This course has a practical emphasis on the design and techniques for developing internet-based applications, focusing on both front end and back end design. Topics include client-side programming, relational models, relational query languages, and server-side programming. Course project involves working with a real world client to build a cannabis inventory management and retail website over LAMP architecture.



CHEM 2022, Chemical Analysis of Cannabis Preparations, 4 cr, 2 cl hrs, 3 lab hrs

Prerequisite:  CHEM 311 Quantitative Analysis

Offered Spring Semester


This course will introduce analytical techniques useful for the study of cannabinoids and commercial cannabis preparations.  Included will be techniques for the levels of THC and other psychoactive compounds.  Analysis for pesticide residues and other adulterants is also presented.  Levels of heavy metals are also examined.



FIN 302, Introduction to Financial Economics 3 cr, 3 cl hrs

Prerequisites: MATH 1510, MATH 1520, MATH 2350 or MATH 382

Offered Spring and Fall Semesters


Introduction to financial systems of the cannabis industry, financial management and planning, introduction to financial investments including debt, and capital budgeting models with examples of applications in the California cannabis industry.


Fine Arts

ARTS 0420 Beginning Glass Arts 1 cr, 3 cl hrs

Prerequisite:  n/a

Offered Fall Semester


Fabrication techniques in hard glass, also known as borosilicate glass. Technical and aesthetic processes used in functional glass pieces, such as water pipes. Safe handling of kilns and equipment.



MGT 335, Marketing of New Products and Innovations, 3 cr, 3 cl hrs

Prerequisite: ECON 2120; MATH 2350

Offered Spring Semester


Application of marketing theory and practice to developing new cannabis products and innovations. Focus on marketing early stage technology innovations and products from concept to implementation.















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