May 27, 2020
BUS 120 W - Business Law II
The law governing the negotiation or transfer of commercial paper, law of sales, law of personal and real property, bailments, secured transactions, landlord-tenant relationships and an introduction to corporate law. This course is included in the campus general education requirements as a writing emphasis course.
Prerequisite: ENG 110 College Writing I
3 Class Hours
Learning Outcomes of the Course:
Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:
- Explain principles of business law.
- Explain advanced topics of law that build on the knowledge gained in Business Law I (BUS 118) including corporation law.
- Discuss the sources of law in the U.S. system.
- Demonstrate a well-developed understanding of personal property law.
- Demonstrate a well-developed understanding of real property law.
- Demonstrate a well-developed understanding of landlord and tenant law.
- Identify and explain the important aspects of the law of bailments.
- Identify and explain the important aspects of the law of sale of goods.
- Utilize basic business law knowledge for personal and business transactions.
- Demonstrate a well-developed understanding of the law relative to commercial paper.
- Demonstrate a well-developed understanding of the law of secured transactions.
- Recognize situations where the services of an attorney should be utilized.
- Demonstrate critical thinking skills in working through issue spotting and legal analysis.
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