To earn your bachelor’s degree in business and law through the College of Business, you will take 120 credit hours of courses, equating to four or five courses per semester, on average.
Civil Liberties: Issues of Fairness and Equality (POLS 443)
Examine Supreme Court doctrine covering the rights of the accused, the right to privacy and the right to racial and sexual equality.
Legislation and Regulation (BLAW 378)
Learn about legislation, the structure of the U.S. government and factors that influence governmental policy. Examine how businesses can shape legislative and administrative agendas.
Negotiating and Conflict Management (MNGT 412)
Develop a set of useful negotiation strategies through simulations and debriefings. Identify types of conflict situations and appropriate, purposeful negotiation techniques.
White Collar Crime (CRIM 478)
Learn about white collar crime, including illegal acts committed by nonphysical means and concealment to obtain money or property for business or personal advantage.
Real Estate Principles and Practice (FINA 382)
Explore real estate areas, including ownership, sales, leases and agencies, managerial aspects of brokerage, property valuation and real estate appraising.
Natural Resource and Environmental Law (AECN 357)
Study environmental impact review, pollution control, waste management, endangered species preservation, land use regulation and water rights law.