ADM #550 - Business Law
This course explores the legal environment in which businesses operate and studies the interaction between business and the legal system. Students examine various areas of the law which are integral to operating a business enterprise. Topics include contracts, torts, agency, Uniform Commerical Code, ethical and criminal implications of business actions, property laws, and the legal aspects of different business entities. Business owners, managers, accountants, paralegals, and all those seeking to gain or broaden their general understanding of the legal system should benefit from this course. Prereq: ADM 400. Business Admin majors only.
ADM 685 - Applications in Business Management
Selected topics. Topics will vary. Barring duplication of subject, may be repeated for credit.
ADM 695 - Independent Study in Business
Independent study exploring a special topic emphasizing the managerial, organizational, strategic, political or economic context(s) within which business decisions are made. Prereq: ADM 400 and permission of instructor. May be repeated for a maximum of 8 credits.