Summer Enrollment for Online Food Law Courses

Now enrolling for summer semester online courses in food laws and regulations. Offering graduate courses on food laws & regs in China, and the FSMA Foreign Supplier Verification Program Rule, and a food laws & regs course for undergrads.

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Summer Semester 2024 Enrollment 

Advance your career without putting your life on hold with IFLR's online food law courses. Talk to your employer about educational reimbursement opportunities. Please contact Mary Gebbia at with questions about our programs or for help with enrollment.

Summer 2024 Course Offerings


Graduate courses: MSU's Lifelong enrollment tuition for the 2023-2024 academic year for non-Michigan residents, including international residents, is $3,333.00 USD per 3-credit course. Tuition for Michigan residents is $2,601.00 USD per 3-credit course. 

We offer a lower rate of $1,850.00 USD for non-credit registration, if you wish to take our courses for "informational purposes only" rather than work toward a certificate or eventual degree. Click here for non-credit enrollment. 

All rates subject to change as of June 2024.

Undergraduate course: MSU students' tuition rate applies. Please contact your academic advisor for enrollment assistance. If further assistance is needed, please contact Mary Gebbia at

Enrollment Links

Non-MSU students and food industry professionals may enroll through MSU's Lifelong Education portal.

If you do not wish to earn university credit and plan to take the course for "informational purposes only," you may register as a non-credit participant. Click here for non-credit enrollment.

Tips for First Time Enrollees

Click here for a full list of IFLR courses and when they are offered.

Click here to learn more about our online certificate programs.

MSU's Institute for Food Laws and Regulations offers online graduate courses to food industry professionals. Most IFLR students work full time for food companies or regulators, and take one online course at a time to further their professional development.  Students may take as few or as many courses as they desire, and may earn a Certificate in International or United States food law after completing twelve qualifying credits (usually four courses).

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