10 week courses

Reinvent Yourself, your medical practice and your career:
Discover the Rewards of a Comprehensive Medical Cannabis  Program

Learn or increase your medical cannabis knowledge in the treatment of different chronic illnesses

Know the process of cultivation and extraction of cannabis oils and their influence on the endocannabinoid system

Get certified and learn the practices of patient dosification with cannabis as medication

In the Cannaphamacology course, students will have the opportunity to learn in depth how the different types of cannabinoids and terpenes, present in the cannabis plant. They will find how some of these compounds interact including the most common ones such as: THC, CBD, THCa, CBG, CBN, CBC, THCv, CBDa. Each of the aforementioned cannabinoids are helping the improvement of degenerative and chronic diseases that affect a large percentage of the population.

Students will find this course quite fruitful, as they will understand the methods of consumption such as: edibles, oil concentrates, sprays, injections, drops, capsules or pills, topical creams, patches, ointments or cannabis infusions, suppositories, among others, for each disease and individual who requires it.

​The course will discuss proper storage and handling, have guidelines on cannabis standards, as well as, the manufacturing and safe handling of products. Lastly, it will discuss the environmental security and health requirements that dispensaries of cannabis  must fulfill, by law, in Texas.

Educate yourself and take your knowledge to the next level


Module 1:
Medical cannabis as a source for a better quality of life


Module 5:
Principles of pharmacology its  applications and  methodoligies


Module 9:
Cannabis use and abuse through  lack of knowledge 


Module 2:
Influence of cannabis biochemistry on the central nervous system


Module 3:
Functions of the endocannabinoid system in the body


Module 6:
Federal and State laws applicable to medical practices


Module 10:
Medicinal uses of cannabis, its applications and dosifications 


Module 7:
What is a  medical cannabis dispensary


Module 4:
The cultivation of cannabis for medicinal use


Module 8:
Dispensary technician and their legal obligations


Don't miss this opportunity. Register now

Join our courses and let us be the guide that elevates your medical profession to the new and more compassionate way to help your patients. 

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If  you are interested in enrolling in only specific modules

University of Houston 

Student Center South  

4455 University Dr. Houston, TX 77204

First Day of Class is July 14th, 2018

Semester Schedule: Saturdays

Cannapharmacology: 9am– 12pm

Duration: 10 weeks

When & Where


Scholarships & Grants

Financial Aid is available for those who qualify

We are a private Institution and have several alternatives for financial aid:

  • Workforce Investment Grants

  • PU Financing - no interest, no credit qualifying 

  • Private student loans (low interest) 

  • Grants or Scholarships from PU University

  • GI Bill Benefits coming soon 


Feel free to inquire about the qualifications in our admissions dept. 

We are the pioneering institution in the pedagogical experiences of medicinal cannabis

Learn about medical cannabis  with a focus on dosification and the endocannabinoid system  –  Ask  for CME or CLE Credits

Meet with the knowledge, experience and entrepreneurship of medicinal cannabis

Dr. Barbara Collazo


Phd. in Medicine, University of Science, Arts and Technology. A director of operations for Medcan Foundation Puerto Rico and the Educational Franchise Program of Pharmacology University.

Dr. Jose Torres Torres

Active member of the American Academy of Cannabinoid Medicine. Providing specialized training in internal medicine, anti-aging and regenerative medicine. And instructor in our Pharmacology Univesity courses and seminars.

Dr. Eduardo Ibarra


President of the Mountain Surgical Center in Cayey, Puerto Rico.  A consultant in pain medical relief. And serves as an instructor  in our Pharmacology University courses and seminars.

Clif Deuvall 


In 2009 Clif established NORML of Waco, a cannabis advocacy outreach group whose goals were to educate the public on the scientific facts of cannabis and promote political activism


English:  (405) 886-6352 / (405) 837-8220

Español: +1 (214) 733-0868

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