Business Law (BLAW)
BLAW 407. Business Law I. 1 Unit.
A first course in business law with an emphasis on the areas of contracts, sales, agency, and real property. Prerequisite: Junior Standing.
BLAW 408. Business Law II. 1 Unit.
A second course in business law with an emphasis on the law for corporations, partnerships, commercial paper, personal property, insurance, bankruptcy, and government regulations. Prerequisite: Junior Standing.
BLAW 409. Business Law III. 1 Unit.
This course is the third course in business law. The course will be modeled after law school seminar courses. Students will refine skills, including legal research, case analysis, and ability to work independently and in groups. Current business law topics will be addressed. This course, though not limited to, is intended to benefit pre-law students. Prerequisites: BLAW 407 or BLAW 408 or permission of instructor.
BLAW 507. Contemporary Issues in Business Law. 3 Credits.
This course examines current law Changes and court case interpretations in legal areas that are relevant to contemporary accounting practice. Open to Master of Accountancy Students only.