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GENERAL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

GBA 181 [BUAD 1301] BUSINESS PRINCIPLES IN AN INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT

10 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
A survey course of all of the major business disciplines with an emphasis on helping define the career objectives and supporting academic interest areas. An overview of what is involved in accounting, marketing, management, legal aspects of business, economics, and finance. An ideal choice for non-business majors wanting to learn of opportunities in business and how to pursue them.

GBA 281 [BUAD 2301] BUSINESS LEGAL ENVIRONMENT

10 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
This course covers legal environment from a "preventive law," practical perspective. Specific subjects include: Litigation, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Torts, Business Organizations, Real and Personal Property Law including Asset Protection-Estate Planning, and Administrative Law. The course provides an introduction to Environmental Law, Consumer Law, Securities Law, Human Resources Management Law (Labor Law), and Marketing Law (Anti-Trust).

GBA 362 [BUAD 3355] BUSINESS LAW

10 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
The focus of this course is on areas of modern commercial law as needed by business professionals in conducting business transactions in buying and selling goods and services. Common Law Contracts and negotiation strategies are presented. An examination of the Uniform Commercial Code includes Sales Law, Leasing, Commercial Paper-Negotiable Instruments, Commercial Storage and Distribution of Goods, and Transfer of Securities. Creditor's rights and U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Code are also covered. Only students who have successfully completed sixty or more semester credit hours are permitted to take 300-400 level business classes by correspondence.

GBA 385 [BUAD 3365] REAL ESTATE LAW

10 lessons, 1 final exam
Credit 3
This course covers the legal aspects of real estate including the legal principles and the legal instruments used in real estate transactions. Only students who have successfully completed sixty or more semester credit hours are permitted to take 300-400 level business courses by correspondence.


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