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BUL - Business Law

BUL 2241
Business Law

(Offered fall and spring). A survey course of the legal setting in which business operates. Emphasis on public and regulatory law and on social, political, and ethical aspects of legal issues in business. Areas covered include administrative law, antitrust law, contracts, torts, employment law, and related topics. (Check with your adviser about university transfer requirement.)

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 3
BUL 3564
Legal Aspects of Managing Technology

(Offered fall). Prerequisite: Admission to Technology Management BAS Program or permission of the department chair. Corequisite: MAN3303 or permission of department chair. Students in this course will study specialized legal issues involving electronic commerce. Topical areas include intellectual property rights, trade secrets, online contracting, unfair competition, privacy and enforcement of rights.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 3
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