BT 413 Business Law

The course introduces students to the fundamental concepts and legal principles that they can expect to encounter in various roles as managers/professionals in public and private companies, consultants and/or entrepreneurs, together with the ethical criteria, moral values and social norms in the environments they will face. The course will cover the American judicial system, international law in a global economy, ethics and business decision making, and different forms of business structure, contracts, business torts, products liability, insurance, employment law, criminal law and the recent Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform & Consumer Protection Act.




School of Business

Typically Offered Periods

Spring Semester