Marijuana, once a scourge of resident advisers across college campuses, is now finding a home in academia -- even inside the Ivy League.

Cornell University is among the colleges around the U.S. adding courses related to marijuana cultivation and usage, which is thriving thanks to legalization for recreational use in 11 states and is permitted in 33 states for medical purposes.

That's prompting a surge in jobs in the cannabis trade, ranging from retail salespeople to accountants.

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Aimee Picchi ~ CBSNews.com ~  

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