06.19.14

New Certificates in Food and Drug Law and U.S. Health Law!

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Starting in Fall 2014 Georgetown Law will offer two new certificate programs in Food and Drug Law and U.S. Health Law.   The Certificate in Food and Drug Law or the Certificate in U.S. Health Law may be completed as a stand-alone program or in conjunction with an LL.M. in Global Health Law or the General LL.M. degree program. For more information and to apply, please visit the Goergetown Law website here.

Certificate in Food and Drug Law
The Certificate in Food and Drug Law is designed to encourage students to attain extensive knowledge in the regulation of products subject to the jurisdiction of the Food and Drug Administration, including food and dietary supplements, drugs, biologics, medical devices, cosmetics and tobacco.  As part of the certificate requirements, students take specialized courses and seminars such as Food Law, Law and Regulation of Drugs, Devices and Biologics, Intellectual Property and Medicines, and Trade, Intellectual Property Rights and Public Health.
Certificate in U.S. Health Law
The Certificate in U.S. Health Law is designed to provide students with a comprehensive knowledge of health care law and regulation in the U.S., including U.S. public health programs and regulations, health care access and financing, and the myriad changes to the private insurance market and Medicaid that are being made through the Affordable Care Act. As part of the certificate requirements, students take specialized courses and seminars in U.S. Health Law such as Access to Health Care and Coverage, Health Law and Regulation, and the Affordable Care Act and Policy Governing Private Health Insurance.

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