Certificate Programs

Students earn a certificate upon successful completion of 12 credits (normally four courses) from applicable online courses through IFLR.

 

Requirements for Certificate in International Food Law

  • Total of 12 credits (normally four courses).
  • Three or more credits (one course or more) must be from the following:
    • FSC 810    International Food Laws and Regulations
    • FSC 812    Food Laws and Regulations in the European Union
    • FSC 816    Codex Alimentarius – The Food Code
  • And no more than one U.S.-focused course.

 

Requirements for Certificate in United States Food Law

  • Total of 12 credits (normally four courses).
  • Three credits must be from “FSC 811, Food Laws and Regulations in the United States.”
  • And no more than one internationally-focused course.

 

Interested in both certificates?

  • Three credits can be applied toward both certificates.
  • Students may therefore earn both certificates after 21 credits (seven courses) credits instead of 24 credits (eight courses).

 

Internationally-Focused Courses

FSC 810    International Food Laws and Regulations

FSC 812    Food Laws and Regulations in the European Union

FSC 813    Food Laws and Regulations in Latin America

FSC 814    Food Laws and Regulations in Canada

FSC 815    Food Laws and Regulations in China

FSC 816    Codex Alimentarius – The Food Code

FSC 817    Animal Health, World Trade, and Food Safety (OIE)

 

United States-Focused Courses

FSC 811    Food Laws and Regulations in the United States

FSC 820    Regulatory Leadership in Food Law

FSC 821    Wine, Beer, and Spirits Laws and Regulations

FSC 851    The Law of the Foreign Supplier Verification Program Rule

FSC 852    The Law of the Preventive Controls for Human Food Rule

FSC 853    The Law of the Produce Safety Rule

 

Note:

  • 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.
  • Click here for a printable version of the certificate requirements.
  • 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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