About Oaksterdam University
Why Oaksterdam University?
- Over 30,000 graduates from over 30 countries
- Over 150 faculty members
- Indoor & outdoor horticulture training
- Business, medical & legal courses available
- Hands-on education, horticulture labs & grow room design
- Network with professionals & establish roots in the industry
- Industry pioneers & authors of Prop 215 & Senate Bill 420
- Our faculty are the most recognized in the industry
- Our Alumni are the most active in the world
- We don’t just teach the law, we helped write it
Our Horticulture program is designed for anyone looking to learn everything from seed to harvest. Our courses will begin with cultivation law, giving you the opportunity to learn about the law as it pertains to growing, ensuring that you operate safely and responsibly. Classes consist of slide presentations and lectures by industry leaders. Each class is accompanied with a hands on lab with plants in all stages.
The Classic program is a diverse curriculum offering courses within all sectors of the Cannabis industry including business, history, law, economics and science. Industry leaders and pioneers lend their expertise on the legal, political, scientific and economic perspectives of the cannabis plant and the businesses creating this industry. Students who complete this program will have a better understanding of the business behind the plant and ways to engage in this emerging new industry.
News & Events
To apply or not to apply, that is the question that perhaps many of you are asking yourselves. There are permit application processes ...
Oaksterdam University is proud to announce the launch of a $25,000 Big Rock Minority Scholarship.
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Mexico • Aug. 18-20, 2017
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Las Vegas • Nov. 14-17, 2017
OAKLAND (CBS SF) — A marijuana industry leader says California is growing way too much pot, leaving the state with questions about what
Greetings Oaksterdam community, I trust we all had a wonderful Fourth of July. There’s nothing like celebrating freedom especially when
I attended the classic and horticulture semester programs in January 2017 in Oakland, California. After graduating, I'm now working ...