Msu Global Food Law Program

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Established in 2011, the Michigan State University (MSU) College of Law’s Global Food Law Program continues the land-grant tradition of cross and interdisciplinary education to prepare leaders to solve complex, practical problems related to the regulation of food.

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The Michigan State University College of Law Global Food Law Program gives lawyers, regulators and other industry professionals the tools they need to succeed in a constantly changing market. The entirely online program can be completed in about three years by taking one course per semester and studying year-round.

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Global Food Law Online Masters Program Degree Requirements Masters of Law in Global Food Law degree requirements consists of: 11 credits of required coursework 15 credits of elective courses For those students without a U.S. JD, an additional 2 credit foundation law course is required.

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All Global Food Law students pay the same tuition rate (Currently $950 USD per credit) and have access to the same university resources. Not sure if you’re up to the rigor of a master’s program on top of life’s other responsibilities? Take the first step and begin with a single course.

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The Institute for Food Laws and Regulations (IFLR) at Michigan State University offers food law courses taught online by an international network of food science, academic, and legal professionals, who understand the complex nature of food laws and how they impact the flow of food and agricultural products across national boundaries.

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Eight-year limitation effective June 2022. All IFLR courses are currently offered as 3 credit courses (as of fall semester 2017). Successful completion is a grade of 2.0 or higher. IFLR has offered a "Certificate in International Food Law" since 1998 and introduced the "Certificate in United States Food Law" in 2017.

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For-credit tuition with MSU Lifelong Learning for the 2021-2022 academic year: Tuition for non-Michigan residents, including international residents, is $3,141.75 USD per 3-credit course. Tuition for Michigan residents is $2,451.75 USD per 3-credit course. Learn more here.

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Fortin is Director of the Institute for Food Laws & Regulations, and the MSU College of Law's online Master's degrees in Global Food Law. The text contains over 20 percent new material, particularly a rewritten import law chapter and revisions related to food safety regulation, health claims, and food defense.

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Global business knowledge portal connecting international business professionals to a wealth of information, insights, and learning resources on global business activities. globalEDGE is a gateway to specialized international business research knowledge on countries, cross-border business transactions, and cross-cultural management.

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Global Food Law Program graduates its largest class Hoping to better navigate the complexities of food law and regulation, the first major cohort of students from Michigan State University College of Law’s Global Food Law Program will graduate Friday.

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The Global Food Law Program at the Michigan State University College of Law gives lawyers, regulators and other food industry professionals the flexibility to earn their Master of Laws (LLM) or Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) completely online. LL.M students with a prior J.D. degree must complete 26 credits.

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Two master's degrees are offered in Global Food Law. The Master of Laws (LL.M.) program is for practicing attorneys and those who already hold a law degree. The Master of Jurisprudence (M.J.) program is for students who do not have a law degree. …

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This course is restricted to students in the Global Food Law Program. Advertising Law: Food Focus (810T) Animal Health, World Trade, and Food Safety (810E) Biotechnology Law and Food Products (810P) Current Issues in Food Law (810S) Directed Study (624) Draft, Amend & Update Food Law (811E) Food and Drug Law (558B)

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this course will cover the history of u.s. food regulation, the regulation of foods and food additives, dietary supplements, genetic modification regulation, haccp, civil and criminal liability for defective products, inspections, labeling, importation and exportation, novel processing technologies regulation, and many other issues of current …

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If this is chosen as a core class, FSC 810 may be chosen as an elective, and vice versa. FSC 811 and FSC 810 are two in a series of global food law courses that comprise the International Food Law Certificate Program. For more information regarding this course please visit the Institute for Food Laws and Regulations website. 3 Credits

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East Lansing, Mich. Panelists Scott Haskell, director of professional services, Sustainable Global Agriculture Solutions, LLP; adjunct faculty, MSU College of Law Ann Folino White, associate professor, theater studies, MSU College of Arts and Letters

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Where can i take food law courses online?

The Institute for Food Laws and Regulations (IFLR) at Michigan State University offers food law courses taught online by an international network of food science, academic, and legal professionals, who understand the complex nature of food laws and how they impact the flow of food and agricultural products across national boundaries.

How can i get a degree in global food law?

Students may also work toward an online Master of Laws (LL.M.) or a Master of Jurisprudence (M.J.) degree in Global Food Law, or an online master's degree in food safety . Enroll now to secure your spot in IFLR's course "Wine, Beer, and Spirits Laws and Regulations."

What is the online ms in food safety program?

The Online MS in Food Safety program is a Professional Science Masters, which means its core curriculum is based heavily in the sciences while also including leadership and food law components.

Who are our masters in food law students?

Our students in the Master’s in Food Law program are experienced professionals with an average age of 45 years. They are lawyers, VPs, directors and analysts in regulatory affairs, compliance, quality assurance, risk assessment, food safety, labeling and more.

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