HEMPducation: See Why A Degree In Cannabis Studies Make Sense!

Colleges often struggle to balance their mission to provide students with a general education that will prepare them to think critically and become engaged citizens with a need to prepare students for employment or job creation — Kathy Sedia (A biology professor at Stockton).

How best to identify and solve a problem than to dig deep into the root cause. As the surge to continue cannabis legalisation intensifies (I bet history is grinning at the human race), legislation globally is moving to explore the forgotten wonders of this super plant.

A few colleges and universities in the United States and around the world are slowly introducing Medicinal Cannabis Studies into their academic curriculum. When this is successful, and legalisation is in full effect. A country and her citizens to benefit in numerous ways.

Currently, most institutions teach courses that are unrelated to the travails of our changing society. The centre of this disconnect is our institutions. The curriculum no longer meet societal needs and end up churning out graduate citizens who are unable to identify and solve real-world problems. Change is the only stagnant moment in the human evolutionary process. In consideration, the required that open-mindedness of every player in the society is needed applies to the educational sector.

 The mind of a man can be poisoned or saved by the level of education he receives.

It starts with confidence in our education institutions. The study of cannabis will erase and replace the much stigmatic view dropped in the eyes and ears of citizens in the last couple of decades by the government.

Candidates can learn more about the science that supports the use of cannabis as medicine, legal policies affecting both individuals and businesses. And the growth, yield, and processing technique.

A degree-based study in cannabis by reputable institutions across the globe will see interest stretched into areas like;

  • Law
  • Food Safety Administrations
  • Medicine
  • Chemistry & Pharmacology
  • Architecture
  • Art and Poetry
  • Cosmetology
  • Horticulture
  • Mental health
  • Neuroscience.
  • Environmental Biology & Protection.
  • Psychology.
  • Therapeutics and Wellness Management.


Actions action that will increase public awareness and a better understanding of what this super plant promises. With effects, risks, and benefits in check.