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Frank Yiannas is coming to MSU, you should too.

Creating A Food Safety Culture Executive Education
May 24-26, 2017


Frank Yiannas is coming to MSU, you should too.
Creating A Food Safety Culture Executive Education
May 24-26, 2017


Frank Yiannas
Think of us as your Career Compass
Let MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY help you chart the course!

Online graduate level education for food safety professionals

Flexible and adaptable program perfect for working professionals from anywhere
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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..."


2015 graduates
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].”

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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.”

Brian Kraus from Student to Teacher

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From the meat industry to ice cream, current student Brian Kraus has built a 30-year career keeping consumers' food safe and enjoyable. Located in Le Mars, Iowa, Brian is the Senior Manager of Food Safety and Regulator Compliance of Wells Enterprises, Inc., Manufacturer of Blue Bunny Ice Cream.

Alumna Dr. Sylvia Angubua Baluka Returns to MSU

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During the 2009 Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics Conference in Durban, South Africa, Sylvia Angubua Baluka, BVM, PhD, first learned of the Online Master of Science in Food Safety at Michigan State University. Since graduating from the program she has published six research papers, been awarded $260,000 in research grants, and received a promotion to Head Food Safety Division, Department of Biosecurity, Ecosystems & Veterinary Public Health, College of Veterinary Medicine, Animal Resources & Biosecurity (COVAB), Makerere University, Uganda.

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Sylvia Baluka

Makerere University, Uganda

Goals, Rewards, and Success

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Alumna Barbara A. Hulick, who was recently appointed Director of Food Safety and Quality Assurance, Produce Alliance LLC., says she plans, “to spread my wings further and help more and more players in the food industry achieve safety, quality and success in their businesses.  That to me is a very rewarding goal.”

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Barbara Hulick

Director of Food Safety and Quality Assurance
Produce Alliance LLC.

Register Now! Creating A Food Safety Culture Executive Education 2017

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Creating A Food Safety Culture Executive Education will be offered May 24-26, 2017 on the beautiful MSU Campus.

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Frank Yiannas

Vice President of Food Safety & Health
Walmart, USA

Course Descriptions from Frank

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Alumna Promoted to President

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Alumna Cathy M. Crawford (’07) has been promoted to President of HACCP Consulting Group (HCG). Her predecessor Robert A. Savage recently announced, “For the past 20 years I have been honored to work with such a great group of professional food safety experts…I look forward to continuing that work with Cathy guiding HCG into the future.”

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Cathy Crawford

President, HCCP Consulting Group (HCP)

From Classroom to Real World – Alumnus Jared Parko named Deputy Director, Ohio Department of Agriculture

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While working in a food safety laboratory in Ohio, Jared Parko discovered the Online Master of Science in Food Safety program at Michigan State University. That was just a few years ago. Today Parko is employed as the Deputy Director for the Ohio Department of Agriculture.

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Jared Parko

Deputy Director
Ohio Department of Agriculture

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].”

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by Kristie Denbrock

During the 2009 Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics Conference in Durban, South Africa, Sylvia Angubua Baluka, BVM, PhD, first learned of the Online Master of Science in Food Safety at Michigan State University. Since graduating from the program she has published six research papers, been awarded $260,000 in research grants, and received a...

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by Kristie Denbrock

Alumna Barbara A. Hulick, who was recently appointed Director of Food Safety and Quality Assurance, Produce Alliance LLC., says she plans, “to spread my...

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