(3 credits – TG) 3 hours lecture
This course requires students to recognize and analyze legal principles and processes in contemporary business environments. The primary topics are: the legal system – courts, civil litigation, and Constitutional issues; applicable tort and contract principles and cases; real property law; business and nonprofit entities, forms, organization and liabilities; insurance and risk management; leases and employment law. Additional topics may include intellectual property; marketplace legislation; commercial law; negotiable instruments; purchase and sale of a business; and trust law.
Note: Only one of Entrepreneurship 3331 or Management 3230 can be used to satisfy program requirements.