BLAW 3000 - Legal and Ethical Environments of Business I.

Addresses the ways the legal and ethical environments of business affect managers. Students are taught to identify legal issues, make ethical judgments about business conduct and understand the ways ethical and social issues are developed. Topics include actual analysis of legal and ethical issues; ethical theory and its application; law-making processes; contracts (and related topics); torts; product liability; criminal law and constitutional law. This is a business core course therefore a grade of 'C' or better must be earned to satisfy Business graduation requirements and prerequisites for other business courses.Semester Hours: 3When Offered: Fall, Spring, SummerPrerequisite: Junior standing.
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This course information is from the 2009-2010 Downtown Campus Catalog. View this catalog.

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