LL.M. Food Law | Food Law Masters

LL.M. Food Law | Food Law Masters

NOTICE: Due to COVID-19, the Office of Graduate and International Programs at MSU Law is currently working remotely. We can be reached at foodlaw@law.msu.edu or at (517) 432-0222. We appreciate your patience and understanding.

Welcome to the Online Master’s Degree Program in Global Food Law at Michigan State University College of Law. Our global food law master’s program offers several advantages:

Maintain your work-life balance.

We understand that you have to have a balance between work and your personal life while getting your food law masters, that’s why there’s no need to relocate or put your career on hold. Our students study online while maintaining their professional and family lives.

Study online with a diverse group of professionals in your industry.

Both lawyers and non-lawyers are well represented in the program. Lawyers enroll in the Master of Laws program (LL.M.) and non-lawyers enroll in the Master of Jurisprudence (M.J.) program. Students in the Master of Jurisprudence program receive foundational knowledge in law as part of the program. They hold degrees in food science, food safety, nutrition, microbiology, and a range of other areas.

Build relationships with other experts in your field.

Our students in the Master’s in Food Law program are experienced professionals with an average age of 45 years. They are lawyers, VPs, directors and analysts in regulatory affairs, compliance, quality assurance, risk assessment, food safety, labeling and more This gives our students the opportunity to network with like-minded individuals while pursuing a master’s degree at MSU.

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