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Flexible. Adaptable. Anytime. Anywhere.

Designed for working professionals. Earn your degree while balancing career and family.

“The overall experience has far exceeded my expectations and my career would not be what it is today without the tools I have received...”

Flexible. Adaptable. Anytime. Anywhere.

Designed for working professionals. Earn your degree while balancing career and family.

“The overall experience has far exceeded my expectations and my career would not be what it is today without the tools I have received...”

Educating Future Leaders in Food Safety

Building a food safety culture across disciplines. Promoting critical thinking and technical expertise.

"I’ve had numerous offers from industry... People are actively recruiting folks from this program..."


Adaptable.

From farm to fork, we represent industry, government, and academia. Tailor your career path.


“This program has been an invaluable resource for me. As an industry we are lucky to have this program to develop [our careers].”

Securing Safe Global Food Supply

Offering the latest in food fraud, labeling, food law, and disease outbreaks.

“...I find I have more credibility with my clients and coworkers and better problem solving skills in food safety.”

Anywhere.

Enter an international classroom.  Work and study from any location.


“Extremely flexible... I was traveling around Africa and Europe... the professors fully understood...”

Anytime.

Asynchronous course model. Study when the time is right for you.


“The difference in an online program is...you are always there on time.”

Flexible.

At home or on the road, develop a course plan to fit your schedule.

“...it was very adaptable to my lifestyle...it [allowed] me to take classes at my own pace.”

Alumnus Sean Skinker used applied project to volunteer with Partners in Food Solutions

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Sean stated, "The applied project allowed me to use my knowledge to aid a foreign company with providing a safe and secure food supply, and I feel like I made a difference in their community. The Online Master of Science in Food Safety program at Michigan State University gave me a broad understanding in multiple aspects of food safety throughout the supply chain.

Sean Skinker

QA Manager

Spartan leads food safety strategy in Feeding America's fight against hunger

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Feeding America spearheads the fight against hunger in the United States, providing 3.2 billion meals annually and leading an impressive empire of a network of more than 200 food banks nationwide.

So who is the general in charge of ensuring that all that food is safe?  

A Spartan.  

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Spartan Mitzi Baum, Director of Food Safety for Feeding America is recognized for commitment to food safety while fighting hunger in the United States.

 

The award was presented by Scott Wolters, Director of Food Safety Summit (far left) and keynote speakers Don Zietlow, President & CEO Kwik Trip, Inc. (second from left) and Ed Lonergan, CEO Chiquita Brands (far right).

A farewell from Dr. Julie Funk

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Dear Students, alumni, faculty, and friends of the Online Master of Science in Food Safety program:

It is with mixed emotions that I share with you that I will be resigning as the Director of the Master of Science in Food Safety degree program as of June 30, 2014.  I will be assuming the position of Associate Dean of Professional Academic Programs and Student Services in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University.  Although I am extremely excited about this new opportunity, I will miss my home with the MS in Food Safety family.

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Dr. Julie Funk, Associate Dean for Academic and Student Affairs, MSU College of Veterinary Medicine

Food Safety Team Wins Online Learning Award

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VM810: Introduction to Food Safety and Professional Management was awarded Honorable Mention in the 2014 AT&T Faculty-Staff Award Competition in Instructional Technology.

Design Team of VM810

Heidi Chen, Heather Ricks, Bonnye Mason-Williams, Peggy Trommater

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Heather Ricks

VM810 Course Moderator
Program Academic Advisor

Alumna Lynn Swiech Returning for Executive Education

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Lynn Swiech, MS in Food Safety Alumna and Senior Manager Global Food Safety and Quality Systems at The Hershey Company

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Introduction videos of instructors

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Students have lots of opportunities to interact with peers and instructors via discussion forums

D2L-lecture

Adobe Presenter lectures are offered throughout courses

CREATING A FOOD SAFETY CULTURE

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NOTE:  Registration Closes April 14, 2014

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Frank Yiannas


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by Kristie Denbrock

Sean stated, "The applied project allowed me to use my knowledge to aid a foreign company with providing a safe and secure food supply, and I feel like I made a difference in their community. The Online Master of Science in Food Safety program at Michigan State University gave me a broad understanding in multiple aspects of food safety...

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by Andrea C. Sexton

Feeding America spearheads the fight against hunger in the United States, providing 3.2 billion meals annually and leading an impressive empire of a network of more than 200 food banks nationwide.

So who is the general in charge of ensuring that all that food is safe?  

A Spartan.  

Mitzi Baum, a current student...

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