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Cannabis & Hemp Enterprises (CHE)

SPRING 2022 Classes

Horticulture: Cannabis Enterprises I
Begins January 18th, 2022
HORT 1147-201  CRN: #24913

(Part I of II) Cannabis Enterprises I prepares students to become informed and ethical managers, business owners, investors, and advocates in the legal cannabis industry. Topics include; History of Cannabis and the American Legal & Political System, Economics of Cannabis, Cannabis Products and Methods of Use, Cannabis as a Business Enterprise, Emerging Cannabis Markets, Understanding and Navigating the New Mexico Cannabis Regulation Act (CRA).

Horticulture: Cannabis Enterprises II
Begins March 22, 2022
HORT 1147-202  CRN:#24914

(Part II of II) Cannabis Enterprises II prepares students to enter the cannabis career and entrepreneurial marketplace by making informed decisions about the unique challenges of the cannabis industry. Topics Include; Cannabis Enterprise Startup, Building a Business Plan, Engaging Professional Assistance, Cannabis Enterprise Management, Strategies for Success in the Cannabis Marketplace, & Managing and Operating a NMCRA compliant Cannabis Enterprise.

Both courses are fully online (WEB) & 8 weeks long.

Course Costs

Tuition: $407.55 (@135.85/cr)
General Fees: $188.10 (@62.70/cr)
Online Fee: $94.05 (@31.35/cr)
Registration fee: which all students pay $$29.26

$718.96 Total (per course)

Fill out our contact form below to get on the CHE mailing list and trigger a follow up with NNMC recruitment/admissions.

Questions?

Contact Mateo Frazier to set up a phone or Zoom call:
Mateo Frazier M.A.
Associate Professor & Chair
Department of Humanities, Social Sciences,
Arts, Film, & Media, & Cannabis & Hemp Enterprises (CHE)
School of Liberal Arts, Business & Education
Northern New Mexico College
921 North Paseo de Oñate CFA 147
Española, NM 87532
505-747-5402, mateo.frazier@nnmc.edu

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What is the value in taking these courses, and who should take this courses?

A. Cannabis & Hemp Enterprises prepares students to become informed and ethical managers, business owners, investors, and advocates in the legal cannabis industry.

Topics include; History of Hemp/Cannabis and the American Legal & Political System, Economics of Cannabis, Cannabis Products and Methods of Use, Hemp/Cannabis as a Business Enterprise, Emerging Hemp/Cannabis Markets, Understanding and Navigating the New Mexico Cannabis Regulation Act (CRA), Hemp/Cannabis Enterprise Startup, Building a Business Plan, Engaging Professional Assistance, Hemp/Cannabis Enterprise Management, Strategies for Success in the Hemp/Cannabis Marketplace, & Managing and Operating a NMCRA compliant Cannabis Enterprise.

Q. How do students enroll in this course?

A. Students can enroll online using these steps.

  • 1st Step - Online Admissions Application
  • 2nd Step - Check Email for Correspondence on Approvals and Enrollment Advisement from Northern NM College Admissions and set up next step per that email for enrollment.

Q. How long does the Admissions & Enrollment process take online?

A. The online admissions and enrollment process takes between 2-4 days. Students are encouraged to sign up as soon as possible as these classes tend to fill up quickly. Admissions Guide for Northern New Mexico College

Q. What is the deadline to enroll in this course?

A. Deadline to enroll into this course is by January 21, 2022 by 5 PM

Q. Is this course accredited?

A. Yes.

Q. What are the requirements to take the Cannabis & Hemp Enterprises Course(s)?

A. Must be a New Mexico resident, and at least 18 years old, and have a H.S. Diploma or GED

Q. Is this course offered online and in person?

A. Both courses are offered online/blackboard and are 100% remote.

Q. Do students meet the Professor or Faculty for this online course?

A. Yes there are two 1-hour Online Meetings scheduled with all enrolled students to the class with the Cannabis Enterprise Faculty. Outside of those prefixed dated meetings, all students may schedule appointments with Faculty by request.

Q. Is there a textbook required?

A. No textbook is required for this course.

Q. Is there a final exam?

A. Yes there is a comprehensive final exam.

Q. How many contact hours are studied?

A. 40 contact hours (per course)

Q. Who teaches this course?

A. The course is taught by a NNMC Faculty with some visiting lectures from industry experts.

Q. What topics are covered?

A. Here is a list of all topics covered in the CHE I & II Courses:

Cannabis Enterprises I: History of Hemp/Cannabis and the American Legal & Political System, Economics of Cannabis, Cannabis Products and Methods of Use, Hemp/Cannabis as a Business Enterprise, Emerging Hemp/Cannabis Markets, Understanding and Navigating the New Mexico Cannabis Regulation Act (CRA), and the 2018 Farm Bill and Domestic Hemp Production Program rules in NM.

Cannabis Enterprises II: Hemp/Cannabis Enterprise Startup, Building a Business Plan, Engaging Professional Assistance, Hemp/Cannabis Enterprise Management, Strategies for Success in the Hemp/Cannabis Marketplace, & Managing and Operating a NMCRA compliant Cannabis Enterprise.

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