The Institute for Food Laws and Regulations (IFLR) offers two specialized certificates in food law. The certificates recognize a student’s mastery of critical issues in food laws and regulation.
Students can earn a “Certificate in International Food Law” or a “Certificate in United States Food Law” upon successful completion of 12 credits from the list of applicable online courses. Courses may be taken in any order. Students in the MSFS degree must take FSC 810 or FSC 811 as a degree requirement and can apply the remaining nine FSC credits toward their MSFS elective credits.
If desired, students may earn both certificates.
IFLR’s graduate-level courses are university accredited and are designed for professionals in the food industry. They are taught entirely online. Please visit the Institute for Food Laws and Regulations' website for information about the certificate programs. Here is a printable version of the certificate requirements as of September 2017.
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