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Course DescriptionBusiness Law 1
This course incorporates the fundamental concepts of the law of business and commerce important to business. Contracts, agency, and negotiable instruments with emphasis on the Uniform Commercial Code become part of the course. An introduction to legal reasoning and the legal approach to business problems play an important role. 3 credits (3 lecture hours), fall or spring semester