The Master’s program in Global Food Law finishes second year

The MSU College of Law in cooperation with the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition's Institute for Food Laws and Regulations offers two completely online graduate degrees in global food law.

April 30, 2015

The MSU College of Law in cooperation with the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition's Institute for Food Laws and Regulations offers two completely online graduate degrees in global food law.

The Global Food Law Program is designed for professionals working in the food and agriculture industries, food safety, law, government and other areas involving international food law.  

In keeping with our land-grant philosophy, the program gives students the tools they need to solve complex, practical problems related to the regulation of food.  An online master of jurisprudence (M.J.) program is designed for professionals who do not already have law degrees, such as regulatory affairs specialists, policymakers, government officials, business executives and scientists.  An online master of laws (LL.M.) is designed for practicing lawyers.

The master’s program in global food law, now finishing its second year, has 26 students enrolled in the program. That’s up from 21 students last fall semester.  You may visit the program website for more information -- globalfood.law.msu.edu -- or  email foodlaw@law.msu.edu or call 517-432-6963 to learn more.

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