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BUSL - Business Law Courses
 
   
 

 

  • BUSL - Business Law Courses:     
  • BUSL 18
  • BUSL 18H
  • BUSL 19
  • BUSL 20
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The Business Administration department offers these four 'BUSL - Business Law' Courses:
  • BUSL 18 - Business Law
  • BUSL 18H - Business Law - Honors
  • BUSL 19 - Advanced Business Law
  • BUSL 20 - International Business Law
Click on any of the tabbed links above to view detailed information about a course.
BUSL 18 Course Image
This course is a study of the principles of business law emphasizing legal setting of business, nature of the law and court procedure, principles of contract law, sales of goods under the Uniform Commercial Code, personal property, bailments, and secured transactions.
(54 hours lecture;      Degree applicable, CSU, UC)

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Course Level Student Learning Outcomes:


Students completing BUSL 18 - Business Law will be able to:
  1. distinguish between a civil cause of action and a criminal cause of action.
  2. brief a case.

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BUSL 18H Course Image
(54 hours lecture;      Degree applicable, CSU, UC)
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Honors Program

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Course Level Student Learning Outcomes:


Students completing BUSL 18H - Business Law - Honors will be able to:
  1. distinguish between a civil cause of action and a criminal cause of action.
  2. brief a case.

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BUSL 19 Course Image
This course presents the principles of business law emphasizing commercial paper, agency, partnerships, corporations, bankruptcy, regulation of trade and real property.
(54 hours lecture;      Degree applicable, CSU, UC)

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Course Level Student Learning Outcomes:


Students completing BUSL 19 - Advanced Business Law will be able to :
  1. distinguish between various forms of business organizations.
  2. identify negotiable instruments and defenses.

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BUSL 20 Course Image
This course presents a comparative approach to the study of the international legal environment for business. Cultural, political, economic and ethical issues are emphasized as well as traditional business law subjects such as sales, commercial paper, corporate law, agency, licensing, employment, crimes, trade regulation and technology transfers.
(54 hours lecture;      Degree applicable)

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Course Level Student Learning Outcomes:


Students completing BUSL 20 - International Business Law will be able to :
  1. distinguish between doing business domestically and doing business internationally.
  2. evaluate international regulations.

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