Academic Catalog 2021-2022

Law (LAW)

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LAW 240.  Legal Environment of Business.  (3 Units)  

Analysis of the legal process; functions and operations within a federal system; contracts; sales; tort liability as it impacts business; government regulation of business.

Offered Fall, Spring, Summer

LAW 340.  Law Of Bus Organizations.  (3 Units)  

Legal consequences of selection of one form of business organization over another; analysis of the law of corporations, partnerships, and agencies; law of the workplace; corporate ethics and social responsibilities.

Offered Fall, Spring

LAW 342.  Employment Law.  (3 Units)  

Prerequisites: LAW 240 is recommended. Overview of the laws impacting the workplace; anti-discrimination law; employee safety, health and privacy; the employer-employee contract; labor law; regulatory agencies; retirement compensation; other statutory rights.

Offered Fall, Spring

LAW 440.  Legal Issues in E-Commerce.  (3 Units)  

Prerequisites: LAW 240. This course covers the legal aspects of doing business on-line. Topics covered will include: on-line contracts, e-crimes, privacy, intellectual property, e-commerce taxation and e-payment systems.

Offered Fall

LAW 495.  Special Topics in Law.  (1-4 Units)  

Study of current topics in Law. Repeatable course

Offered Fall, Spring, Summer

LAW 595.  Selected Topics in Law.  (3 Units)  

Prerequisites: Graduate Standing. Intensive study of a specialized area of Law on a selected topic of particular interest to faculty and students. Three hours of seminar per week. Specific topic listed in class schedule. Repeatable course.

Offered Infrequent