BUS 303: LEGAL AND ETHICAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS (F, S)
A study of the American legal system exploring how courts decide cases and the values that play a role in such adjudication. The nature, formation, and application of law to individuals and business. The development of law, with emphasis on the Constitution, personal and business torts, the employment relationship, discrimination, international legal perspectives, and an exploration of legal ethics and the ethics of corporations.
LAW 300: APPROACHES TO THE LAW OF CONTRACTS (F)
In one’s personal and professional life, important opportunities, risks and relationships will be memorialized or managed using contracts. This course explores contracts including e-contracts and those governed by the Uniform Commercial Code. Topics include contract formation, defenses to formation, breach of contract, defenses, remedies, and issues applicable to internet agreements. The course also incorporates practical experience on reading, interpreting, drafting, and negotiating contracts. This course is open to all majors on campus.