Business Law Minor
This minor is open to students pursuing a degree other than the BS in Business Administration. It provides students with a general understanding of the laws that impact businesses and business relationships.
Students in the College of Business as well as students in the other colleges may minor in Business Law. The minor is a flexible one, permitting business and non-business students alike to augment their studies with an appreciation of the role of law and ethics in Business.
Course RequirementsBS MINOR - BUSINESS LAW (BLAW) 24 S.H.
REQUIRED COURSES (12 S.H.)
Accounting (6 S.H.)
ACCT 211 Financial Accounting Principles (3)
ACCT 212 Managerial Accounting Principles (3)
Business Administration (6 S.H.)
BUSA 291 Legal Environment of Business (3)
BUSA 311 Business Law II (3)
ELECTIVES (12 S.H.)
ACCT 421 Introduction to Taxation (3)
BUSA 101 Introduction to Law and the Legal Process (3)
BUSA 321 Applied Business Ethics (3)
BUSA 351 Employment Law (3)
BUSA 376 Topics in Business (1-3)
Note: BUSA 376 requires prior written approval from department
BUSA 411 International Business Law (3)
BUSA 421 Consumer Law (3)
BUSA 431 Real Estate Law (3)
BUSA 491 Seminar in Business Law (3)
PHIL 332 Philosophy of Law (3)
POLS 320 Constitutional Law (3)
POLS 420 Administrative Law (3)
PSY 330 Psychology and the Law (3)
Additional courses may be used with prior written approval from the department chairperson.