BUS 350 Business Law:
This course introduces the student to the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, and thereby to the American legal system, its traditions, and nature. The student is introduced to the law governing crimes, the exclusionary rule under American law, torts, antitrust, and product liability. The federal and state laws governing employment, workers' compensation, labor and safety, and consumer protection are discussed and analyzed. Basic elements of common law contract and contract law under the Uniform Commercial Code are introduced. Student participation is expected. Prerequisites: BUS201, BUS202, BUS221, BUS222, and GEC Computer Literacy Requirement. Offered fall night F1, spring day.