2936   BUSINESS LAW 21

Semester, 1 credit

Prerequisite: None


Business law is designed to explain the United States legal system and responsibilities citizens will have as adults.  The business law student gains an understanding of the legal principals of contract law which is essential for his protection in his every day business affairs.  Law is taught for its personal value to the student, rather than for just its vocational value.  Business Law assists the student to meet demands of the everyday business world.  The course teaches the rights and obligations in contractual situations, such as:  buying and selling goods and services, employee relationships, renting and buying real estate, and transferring property by will or inheritance.  Business Law develops understanding of personal rights and obligations in business situations.  There will be a lab fee charged for this class.