BAS 325: Legal Environments in Management

Credits 5
Quarter Offered

An introduction to the traditional and emerging legal principles and theory involved in Business Management, Human Resource Management, Information Technology Management, Entrepreneur/Marketing Management and Tribal Management. Course outcomes will be applied to the student's specialization area: Human Resources, Information Technology, Entrepreneur/Marketing and Tribal Management. This class may include students from multiple sections.

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  1. Define and describe Legal Principles in various managerial positions.
  2. Demonstrate how to apply the legal principles to avoid or mitigate lawsuits.
  3. Explain contractual relationships including the potential risk and liability when a contract is breached.
  4. Apply legal principles regarding consumer relations, damages, remedies, indemnification, and hold harmless agreements when negotiating workable business and consumer contracts.
  5. Demonstrate a knowledge of Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), state safety and regulations that affect the workplace.