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registration purposes only. You will receive access to the courses you select
within about 7 days of registration. Once you have access you can begin and
continue through the program at your own pace. 

This certificate was developed to address a growing demand by people interested in entering Cannabis industry as growers, medical cannabis providers, or individuals involved with business and/or legal aspects of the industry. The courses created for the Cannabis Studies Certificate program were developed by Stockton faculty and industry leaders to address a growing demand by people interested in entering the cannabis industry.

 The courses are designed for online and self-paced education.

The Cannabis Studies Certificate is comprised of six (6) courses. You select six of the nine courses listed below to create your own Cannabis Studies Certificate. If you are a part of the Accelerator Program you MUST select Accelerator Program as one of your six courses. If you are interested in registering for additional courses, they are available individually in GSMU. You will receive certificates for each of the courses you complete plus the Cannabis Studies Certificate. See the individual course offerings for course details.

1.    The Cannabis Industry: Understanding the Opportunities

2.    Environmental Issues and Sustainability in the Cannabis Industry

3.    Cannabis Cultivation

4.    Social Justice and Cannabis

5.    Cannabis Law

6.    Introduction to Research in Medical and Adult-Use Cannabis

7.    Topics in Cannabis

8.    Introduction to Business

9.    NRF Retail Industry Fundamentals


Every effort will be made to send login information within 7 days of your registration however it may take longer. Once you receive this information, you may begin the program.
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Starts Starts: 9/15/2021 8:00 AM
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SU22TE101AC
The MAT is required for select graduate school applications. The test is comprised of 120 questions. There is one hour allotted to complete the test. At the conclusion of the test a Preliminary Score Report will be provided. The official personal Score Report will be mailed by NCS Pearson, Inc. within 10-15 days after the test. Arrive at the test center 15 minutes before your scheduled time to complete the registration process. Bring two forms of ID – 1 Primary Form of ID and 1 Secondary form of ID. PRIMARY FORM OF ID: must be government issued and contain both your photograph and signature SECONDARY FORM OF ID can be one of the following: credit card, library card, utility bill with your name and address appearing exactly the same as on the primary form of ID, or student ID. Be prepared to share your social security number. The room tends to be cool. You may want to bring a sweater. More
Starts Starts: 6/6/2022 6:00 PM
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Status Status: 14 open seats left
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SU22PS101GA
This course will introduce and provide the guidance for law enforcement officers to conduct a parallel financial investigation during a narcotics or criminal enterprise investigation. The officer will be introduced to the methods utilized by narcotics organizations and organized crime organizations to obtain, hide, transact, and spend their illegal proceeds. We will discuss the methods and evidence required to file money laundering charges and present them as a key element of your criminal investigation. The officer will also learn through hands-on practical exercises how to locate assets utilizing subpoenaed documents and records obtained through public records. This course will provide you with the tools to locate hidden assets, seize the assets and secure the assets for both criminal and civil investigations. More
Starts Starts: 6/7/2022 8:30 AM
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Status Status: 38 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 40 seats
SU22SW101OL
Participants attending this interactive, live zoom session will be introduced to concerns of the Older LGBTQ+ population. After attending this session, social workers will be able to identify healthy disparities in relations to the older LGBTQ+ population, understand how discrimination and oppression over the life course contribute to known health disparities in LGBTQ+ older adults, and be able to evaluate the extent to which their current agency/organization has inclusive policies and practices related to LGBTQ+ older adults. 

Stockton University is authorized to offer continuing education credits for social workers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, and Massachusetts for licensure and certification renewal by the licensure boards in those states. Stockton’s undergraduate and graduate programs in social work are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. 2.0 Hours Clinical or Social/Cultural Competence
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Starts Starts: 6/9/2022 9:00 AM
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Status Status: 27 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 35 seats
SU22SW105OL
As we are learning to come together in safe ways socially in this COVID-19 environment, we still face some dangers. This new norm can be challenging for some to navigate. It can add layers to existing circumstances that are already overwhelming in our social climate and environments. This 3-hour course will focus on addressing those difficult emotions that are coming up in ourselves and others. Participants will have a space to discuss and identify strategies to manage those emotions we tend to avoid, suppress, or let overflow during trying times. Participants will also learn how to support others when these difficult emotions are present. Stockton University is authorized to offer continuing education credits for social workers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, and Massachusetts for licensure and certification renewal by the licensure boards in those states. Stockton’s undergraduate and graduate programs in social work are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. CEUs/Contact Hours: 3.0 Clinical Practice More
Starts Starts: 6/10/2022 10:00 AM
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SU22PS101Morris County
The field training officer is perhaps the most vital position by which the new officer can be properly educated on policies and procedures and molded to embrace, understand, and further the agency’s mission, vision, and core values. This course will discuss topics such as learning styles and techniques, case law and liability issues, and the importance of policy development, modification, and compliance. More
Starts Starts: 6/14/2022 8:00 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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Status Status: 40 open seats left
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SU22LE101OL
This course, part of the Online Leadership Program, will identify tools for dealing with conflict and difficult situations int he workplace and beyond. Participants will be able to distinguish between effective and ineffective conflict styles, discuss reasons for workplace conflict, and apply the “Conflict Resolution/Problem Solving Model” to managing workplace conflict. Additional skills in this workshop include recognizing and avoiding the dangers of Groupthink and accessing the relationship between time management, communication overload, stress and conflict. This course is intended for all workplaces and leadership levels.
○ Approved Continuing Education Credits for NJ DLGS (Course #Stockton-4)
■ CCFO/CMFO: 2.0 Office Management & Ancillary Subjects
■ CTC: 2.0 General/Secondary
■ CPWM: 2.0 Management
■ RMC: 2.0 Professional Development
■ QPA: 2.0 Office Administration/General Duties

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Starts Starts: 6/15/2022 10:00 AM
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Status Status: 24 open seats left
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SU22SW102OL
Victims of abuse, sexual violence, and human trafficking are often psychologically held captive by those that exploit them. This training will examine sexual violence and human trafficking with a focus on the traumatic impact of psychological manipulation. The concepts of traumatic bonding, dissociation, and how to help survivors break the addictive cycle of abuse will also be explored. Stockton University is authorized to offer continuing education credits for social workers in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, and Massachusetts for licensure and certification renewal by the licensure boards in those states. Stockton’s undergraduate and graduate programs in social work are accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). Stockton University, Office of Continuing Studies is recognized by the New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0635. CEUs/Contact Hours: 2.0 General Practice More
Starts Starts: 6/15/2022 10:00 AM
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Status Status: 23 open seats left
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SU22101Morris County
The field training officer is perhaps the most vital position by which the new officer can be properly educated on policies and procedures and molded to embrace, understand, and further the agency’s mission, vision, and core values. This course will discuss topics such as learning styles and techniques, case law and liability issues, and the importance of policy development, modification, and compliance. More
Starts Starts: 6/16/2022 8:00 AM
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Status Status: 40 open seats left
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FY22TO105OL
Participants in this elective will learn how to identify, engage and maximize stakeholders. Through six self-guided modules, they will have the opportunity to learn about mission-driven work, the lifecycle of volunteers as stakeholders (from recruitment to celebration), how to leverage stakeholders as brand ambassadors, and how to plan to maximize stakeholders in their organizations. Participants will benefit by developing an improved strategy for working with internal and external stakeholders. External stakeholders, also called community partners, include nonprofits, schools, government organizations and coalitions that support social and economic improvement. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about the essentials of external stakeholders, the economic importance of community partners, how to communicate effectively with them, and how to maximize relationships with them. Participants will benefit by developing a robust external stakeholder strategy. It is a self-guided, asynchronous course that participants can complete within their own timeframe. Each module has an introduction, a narrated set of slides, and a case study. There are intermittent knowledge tests throughout each module. Estimated hours of instruction: 8 hours. Module 1 – What are Stakeholders and Why are They Important Module 2 – Recruiting and Engaging Volunteers Module 3 – Internal Stakeholders as Brand Ambassadors Module 4 – Essentials of External Stakeholders and Community Partners Module 5 – The Economic Importance of External Stakeholders Module 6 – Building Relationships with External Stakeholders COURSE CONTENT AVAILABLE ON OR BEFORE JUNE 15, 2022. More
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Status Status: 20 open seats left
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FY22TO102OL
This course is one of the electives for Certificated Tourism Industry Professional (CTIP). It is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about experiential tourism. Experiential tourism is one of the fastest-growing travel trends. But experiential travel isn’t new. In fact, for several years now, travelers have long been desiring trips full of culinary, culture and activity-based experiences. This demand shows no signs of slowing down, and travel agencies, CVBs, and tourism destinations will see great success in offering their customers such experiences.
Travelers will continue to seek local and authentic experiences, whether that’s the best pizza joint in the state, a tour of historic sites, or a scenic boat ride. These types of experiences are growing more accessible with digital platforms like Airbnb that make planning trips easier.
Experiential tourism is meant to be not only authentic, but also immersive and meaningful. With this kind of tourism, travelers engage with a particular place’s history, people, culture, food, and environment. Participants will gain an understanding of the many aspects of experiential tourism and learn how to apply this knowledge for growth, strategy, and branding.
EVERY EFFORT WILL BE MADE TO SEND LOGIN INFORMATION WITHIN 7 DAYS OF YOUR REGISTRATION HOWEVER IT MAY TAKE LONGER.
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Status Status: 18 open seats left
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FY22TO107OL
Participants who complete this course of study successfully will gain knowledge and learn hands-on experience in 1) strategic planning – understanding the external environment, internal environment, formulation process, implementation, and evaluation and control – 2) financial management (quantitative) and the “balanced scorecard” approaches, and 3) assessment and benchmarking activities, which are essential to compete in a very competitive travel and tourism industry, especially in the post-pandemic world. Further, participants will understand the importance crafting long-term and short-term strategic elements, with vision, mission, goals and objectives – including the project management techniques to track their progress – within allowable corporate governance mandates. Corporate social responsibility (CSR) in the tourism industry is an important part of strategy-making too and hands-on learning with strategic tools, including: EFAS (external factor analysis summary), IFAS (internal factor analysis summary), SFAS (strategic factor analysis summary), Value Chain analysis, BCG portfolio analysis, and other strategy-making assessments related to the travel and tourism industry. Business/Strategic Planning – Traditional management techniques, requiring planning, organizing, leading, and controlling will be important to the strategic planning process (long-term and short-term), and understanding the complexity and dynamism of rapidly changing external world posing new challenges to your industry. Financial Management – Relationship between the balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement is presented and explained. Data Collection/Analysis – Drawing samples, creating questionnaires, researching available tools for quantitative analysis and discussing qualitative analysis will be provided. The usefulness of industry comparisons, e.g., “benchmarking” against your industry competitors and even against yourself will be the primary focus of this Certified Tourism Industry Professional (CTIP) core course. COURSE CONTENT AVAILBLE ON OR BEFORE SEPTEMBER 1, 2022. More
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