Published: July 9, 2019

From 'Government Technology' to 'Huff n Puffs' online magazine, Kent's new course for the public is garnering media attention.

Kent, a psychology professor, ICS Fellow, and founder of the Center for Research and Education Addressing Cannabis and Health (CU REACH) at the University of Colorado Boulder created this four-part course titled “Medical Cannabis: The Health Effects of THC and CBD Specialization” through CU Boulder’s partnership with Coursera, an online learning platform.

CU students, faculty, staff can take the full course for free through the pilot program called "CU on Coursera".
Follow the instructions on the "CU on Coursera" OIT page to login and access the course.

The course is available free to any person who would like to audit the course. Those not affilicated with CU who would like a completion certificate after taking the assessments will need to subscribe to Cousera at $49/month.

When you audit a course for free, you can access the course materials without graded assignments or the ability to earn a certificate.

To take the audit the course for free, go to the course following the above link, then click on the blue 'Enroll for Free' button.
A window will pop up titled '7-day Free Trial' (see below example).
Click on the 'Audit' on the bottom of the window.

7-day Free Trial

History of Medical Cannabis is part of the larger Medical Cannabis: The Health Effects of THC and CBD Specialization. Your 7-day free trial includes:

  • Unlimited access to all courses in the Specialization

    Watch lectures, try assignments, participate in discussion forums, and more.
  • Cancel anytime.

    No penalties - simply cancel before the trial ends if it's not right for you.
  • $49 USD per month to continue learning after trial ends.

    Go as fast as you can - the faster you go, the more you save.
  • Certificate when you complete.

    Share on your resume, LinkedIn, and CV.

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