BUS 201 - Business Law I
A study of legal principles applied to business transactions. Topics covered include: contracts, criminal law and business, business torts, court systems, and commercial paper. This course is required for A.S. students in Business Administration and A.S. students in International Business. Three class hours.
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Define and describe the legal principles applied to business transactions covered in the course including contracts, criminal law and business, torts, court systems, and commercial paper.
2. Apply the legal principles to practical business situations.
3. Describe how to foresee and avoid legal difficulties in the business world and in personal dealings.
4. Recognize when individuals may handle legal situations on their own and when they should seek the advice and guidance of an attorney.
Course Offered Fall and Spring
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Fall Semester 2018