Regulatory Affairs: Food and Food Industries
College of Professional Studies

Regulatory Affairs: Food and Food Industries Overview

Program Name Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs of Food and Food Industries
College Name College of Professional Studies
Entry Terms
Credits Required for Graduation 45 Quarter Hours
Tuition 2015-2016 Tuition
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We have suspended new enrollments to the Master of Science degree in Regulatory Affairs of Food and Food Industries and are no longer accepting applications for admission.

If you are a student enrolled in this program, our advising staff will work with you to complete all coursework

The Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs of Food and Food Industries degree is designed to offer a combination of theory and practical training for professionals looking to enter into the field of food regulatory affairs.

In this field, rapidly evolving regulations and expansion of international markets create an increasing need for highly trained professionals equipped to serve instrumental roles in the formation of efficient public policies, the implementation of regulatory guidelines, industry’s compliance with regulations, and the regulatory strategies of companies looking to create a sustainable competitive advantage in the food industry. Courses provide a fundamental understanding of the basic stages of the food-production life cycle and their regulatory touch points, examine the specific regulations governing the food industries in the U.S. and abroad, and introduce the key market and economic implications of food regulatory affairs.  Students will be able to learn the food regulatory systems inside and outside of the U.S. (e.g., FDA, USDA, EFSA, FTC, CDC, EC, SFDA).

Offered fully online and in hybrid format, the Master of Science in Regulatory Affairs of Food and Food Industries providing flexibility for working professionals to earn their master’s while continuing in their current positions and applying skills they learn directly to their profession.