What are the starting dates for the Syracuse University’s cannabis certificate programs?

All programs will commence on the following dates:
– List of Intend Start Dates –

What is the registration deadline?

Students can register until the last day of the first week of a given course, i.e. for courses beginning on June 28, students may register through July 4. However, we recommend registering prior to the start date of the course.

Are Syracuse University’s cannabis certificate programs designed for students to work at their own pace?

Yes, but with some structure. New course material is made available weekly for the duration of each program. Student study is primarily asynchronous (i.e. you may study at a time suitable for yourself). Students are required to pass online tests to progress through the program. You may “catch up” at your own speed, however, you cannot progress through the course faster than the weekly release of new content.

How long does the program take to complete?

Each certificate consists of three eight-week courses. The certificate takes approximately six months in total to complete.

How much time should I expect to devote to the program?

Students should expect to dedicate 8-15 hours per week to adequately interact and complete coursework in the certificate programs.

What type of qualification is associated with the Syracuse University’s cannabis certificate programs?

Students who successfully complete each program will receive a certificate of completion from Syracuse University.

Are scholarships or financial aid available for Syracuse University’s cannabis certificate programs?

SU’s cannabis certificates are non-credit, therefore, they are not eligible for federal aid.

Why Green Flower?

Syracuse University has partnered with cannabis education platform Green Flower Media to produce credible cannabis certificates. Green Flower’s content curriculum features trusted information and perspectives from industry-leading cannabis professionals, delivered in a format designed using best-in-class learning practices.