BUS 3210: Business Law


Provides an introduction to three major disciplines: law, ethics, and business legal organizations. Students gain knowledge of contracts, the Uniform Commercial Code, administrative regulations, dispute resolutions modalities, and international business law. Ethical business behaviors are stressed throughout the course as well. Students are provided suggested guidelines for being both successful and ethical. Business legal organizations are also explored, providing students a broad overview of shareholder protections, tax implications, and management styles.


  1. Explain Article 2 of the Uniform Commercial Code pertaining to all types of transactions.
  2. Interpret contract and lease assignments.
  3. Evaluate delegation of contractual performance.
  4. Demonstrate research skills using all modalities available for legal issues.
  5. Define the limitations of all forms of business ownership.
  6. Classify the different types of intellectual property.
  7. Explain the basic elements of forming an enforceable contract.
  8. Analyze business ethics in legal matters.
  9. Explain the need for promoting business social responsibility.
  10. Summarize the implications for third-party liability regarding various forms of agency.




Dynamic business law: The essentials (Rev: 4th ed.)

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education (2019)
Author: Kubasek, N., Browne, M. N., Herron, D. J., Dhooge, L. J., & Barkacs, L.
ISBN: 9781259917103
Price: $96.82

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