One way to distinguish yourself academically and professionally is by earning both a Master's degree and a certificate in International Food Law. At Michigan State University you may pursue both a Master's and a certificate in International Food Law at the same time.
IFLR is proud to partner with the Global Food Law Master's Degree Program at the MSU College of Law. Professor Neal Fortin is Director of both IFLR and the online Global Food Law programs.
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. Please contact Leslie Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Combined programs allow a number of credits from the IFLR certificate program to count toward elective credits in another MSU program. If you are considering a combined program, you need to apply and be accepted into your choice of master’s program. It is recommended that admission to the master’s program be obtained before accumulation of credits in either program. The following MSU graduate programs have recognized IFLR courses in the past:
Many students have earned an IFLR certificate while pursuing their Online Master of Science in Food Safety. This is a non-thesis professional master's program intended for mid-career/mid-management working professionals. Please visit their website or contact Peggy Trommater at 517-884-2083 or email@example.com to learn more.