Professionals interested in any of the Institute for Food Laws and Regulations (IFLR) courses have the option of enrolling as online workshop participants. Workshop participants receive no college credit, but receive feedback from the instructors and have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in all exercises. Except for the class being ungraded with no college course credits, participants enrolled for workshop (non-credit) status, receive the same course experience and course material as for-credit students.
Record the workshop section number that applies to you
and then contact IFLR (see below) to begin the enrollment procedure.
Short Course Tuition: Workshop (non-credit) participants pay (US) $1,400.00 for each short course offered summer semester 2017.
- Full Semester Workshop Course Tuition: Workshop (non-credit) participants pay (US) $2,100.00 for each full semester course spring and summer semesters 2017.
- The class is without a grade and is on a completed / not completed basis. Successful participants receive a certificate of participation upon request but no college credit.
Workshop participants have no minimum time or assignment commitments, but are encouraged to participate in all course activities to the fullest extent practical.
Non-credit courses are not eligible to be applied towards the requirements for the International Food Law Distance Education Certificate. If you are interested in college credit, please return to enrollment page.
Tax Deduction - Educational expenses to improve business or professional skills are tax deductible under U.S. Treasury Regulation 1.162.5.
Cancellation Policy - Applicants who cancel workshop enrollment more than three working days before the course starts will receive a full refund. Applicants who cancel enrollment with fewer than three working days left to the start of the course will be charged a $100 (US) late cancellation fee. Substitutions may be made at any time before the start of class.