Concepts of law as related to business, including law of contracts, sales, bailment, and negotiable instruments, business and law agency, partnerships, and corporations. BSAD 117 is not a prerequisite for BSAD 118. Prerequisites: EC 011, EC 012; Business Administration major or minor; Minimum Sophomore standing.
For At-Home Students only; Prereqs enforced by the system: EC 011, EC 012; BSAD & CSIS Majors; BSAD Minors; Minimum Sophomore Standing; Required course specific fee of $25; Open to Degree and CDE Students.
Business Law 118 is intended to provide students with a broad overview of several areas of U.S. law that commonly affect businesses. (Business Law 117, a Fall Semester course, is NOT a prerequisite for BSAD 118.) The course is not designed to turn students into lawyers. Rather, the goal is to familiarize students with general outlines of business law, enough to avoid obvious problems once they begin their careers and enough to know when to call their lawyers. Specific topics include agency, employment law, partnerships and corporations, financing, property, security interests, insurance and consumer protection.
While the format is predominantly lecture-based, this course works best when students are engaged, ask questions, and come prepared to class by doing the assigned reading.
Grades are based upon three (3) exams (inclusive of the final), and class participation.
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