Business Law Courses
Marla Kraut, Dept. Chair, Dept. of Accounting (127 J. A. Albertson Bldg. 83844-3161; phone 208/885-7116; firstname.lastname@example.org).
Note: No course (CBE or outside the college) that is required in a CBE student's curriculum may be taken by CBE undergraduates on a P/F basis, with the exception of courses that are taught only on a P/F basis. Only upper-division CBE courses used as free electives may be taken by CBE undergraduates on a P/F basis.
Prerequisite: Enrollment in 400-level business law courses is restricted to students who have completed at least 58 credits. In addition, CBE students must have earned at least a 2.35 GPA in the CBE predictor courses. Students who have not completed the prerequisites to a course for which they are otherwise eligible may register for the course with the instructor's approval.
BLaw 265 Legal Environment of Business (3 cr)
Law and its relationship to society; legal framework of business enterprises; court organization and operation; private property and contracts as basic concepts in a free enterprise system. May involve evening exams.
BLaw 420 Commercial Law (3 cr)
Uniform commercial code and law of agency, partnerships, and corporations. May include evening exams.
Prereq: BLaw 265
BLaw 425 Law of Business Entities (3 cr)
Business law related to corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies with emphasis on applying the law to various business entities and how it might be used in business and personal planning. The case method is used. May include evening exams. (Fall only)