LAWBUS-MIN - Law and Business
The minor in Law and Business consists of six courses. This minor provides students with practical legal knowledge of fundamental business law topics and current legal issues. Students are given the opportunity to recognize and manage issues encountered within personal and business contexts including litigation, contract law, employment and human resources, and property law. Students are given a basic framework for global legal issues in business and discover how modern commercial law affects the business world.
At least three courses must be courses not required for the individual student's major or additional minor. All majors in the School of Business or the School of Fashion and other non-Legal Studies or Law and Public Affairs majors must take a minimum of 3 Legal Studies courses (including BUSS205 if it is not required for their major). Legal Studies or Law and Public Affairs majors must take a minimum of 3 Business courses. No more than three courses may be counted for the minor that are already required for the major or any other minor.