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Law 1

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BUSINESS LAW I - CONTRACTS

COURSE SYLLABUS

 

Student Responsibility: Our online law program requires a comprehensive and complete understanding of a number of details, procedures and information. Students are assumed to have carefully read all of our procedures and policies located at our "Welcome Message" at http://welcome.pbwiki.com - which is a comprehesive collection of materials for our program. Students are held fully responsible for information contained at this central location.  Students must login to their online class and post their introduction and first set of assignments within a week from the start of the semester or session or they may be excluded and dropped from class, and not permitted to enter the moodle classroom.


Course Assignments:  The assignments for each class and the due dates are located at duedates for each class. If there is a "conflict" between the due dates and the moodle class assignments, quizzes, forums, text and materials, the  moodle materials will "over rule" if there are differences with the duedates.

 

Your Instuctor

Check information on your instructor including website, phone no. office hours,  etc. 

 

Course Description

 

Business Law I

Catalog: CSU 3 units. Law I is the study of the fundamental principles of law as they apply in the business world. The course examines legal rights and remedies, and contracts, Acceptable for Credit: CSUN: Business Law

 

Business Law 1 is the same as Business Law 5 and it introduces the student to contracts, and contracts for sales under the Uniform Commerical Code. The student will learn business law through related textbook readings, , written projects, multiple-choice questions, and research on the Internet/World Wide Web. The end product is a student who understands contracts and who can interpret, analyze, and draft legal and enforceable business law documents.

 

Course Text

West's Business Law by Clarkson, Miller, Jentz, and Cross - 12th Edition -  see http://lamission.edu/law/textbooks  Available at the Campus Bookstore or online. 

 

Student Learning Outcomes

By the end of the class, students will be able to:

1. demonstrate their knowledge in the substantive law and procedures of contracts, including offer, acceptance, consideration, legality, enforceability, breach, damages, and the other essential elements of a contract, relevant contract forms, complaint for breach of contract 

2. "think critically" in law, and in the area of contracts and business law 

3. brief a law case in business law and contracts 

4. prepare certain legal documents, forms or papers in the area of contracts and Business Law I

 

Grading & Evaluation

The class will be composed of quizzes,  postings to forum discussions, legal analysis of case problems,  preparation of certain legal documents including a number of contracrts, and a Breach of Contract lawsuit, and a software development contract.

Grades will be posted on the course classroom page. Students should become familiar the the nature of our online program materials - click here.

 The "letter grade" scale is as follows.

A =  90-100 percent of total points

B = 80-89

C = 70-79

D = 60-69

F = Below 60


Grade Distribution

Quizzes = 40 % of your grade

Assignments = 40 % of your grade

Contracts = 10 % of your grade

Forum Discussions - Class participation points - posted at the end of class = 10 % of your grade


The class follows strict deadline due dates, and the student should print out the "Due Dates" for this class, and ensure that all deadlines are kept. - click here., Students should also read carefully and understand our program's policies on "late assignments", plagiarism, Important College dates, and grading rubrics - click here.

 

Office Hours: see Faculty page at http://lamission.edu/law/lawfaculty.htm - Office Hours, Monday - Friday 9-5 pm at the Office Telephone number of each Faculty member, or upon special appointment - email the faculty member for your appointment date and time.

 

Course Structure: This course will be offered through a course management system.  Your class and course management system are located at the Mission online portal at http://lamission.edu/online

 

LATE ASSIGNMENTS: ASSIGNMENTS SUBMITTED LATE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED UNLESS PRIOR APPROVAL IS REQUESTED AND GRANTED BY THE INSTRUCTOR.

 

EXTRA CREDIT: Since the law is in constant change, along with the advent of the Internet, issues may arise that are timely and germane to our class. Therefore, opportunities may arise during the term that allow for extra credit, although no extra credit is presently offered.

INCOMPLETE: If you require a grade of "incomplete," you must advise me as soon as possible and discuss the terms of its removal.

ACADEMIC HONESTY: Academic honesty is highly valued at Mission College, just as it is at all colleges and universities. A student must always submit work that represents his or her original words or ideas. If any words or ideas are used that do not represent the student's original words or ideas, the student must cite all relevant sources. The student should also make it clear to what extent such sources were used. Words or ideas that require citations include, but are not limited to, all hard copy or electronic publications, whether copyrighted or not, and all verbal or visual communications when the content of such communications clearly originates from an identifiable source. All submissions to any public meeting or private mailbox fall within the scope of words and ideas that require citations if used by someone other than the original author.

 

Course Assignments: see links at http://duedates.pbwiki.com

 

Course Evaluation:

 

The final grade will be determined by: averaging quizzes, discussion questions and written assignments, each assigned 100 or more points.

* This syllabus is subject to change. Please note revision dates ("updated") below. Students are responsible for the most recent updated version of this syllabus.

 

Reasonable Accommodations:  If you are a student with a disability and require online class accommodations, please see Prof. Jordan an email to discuss arrangements.  The sooner we are aware that you are eligible for accommodations, the quicker we will be able to provide them.  If you have not done so already, you may also wish to contact the DSP&S Office in Instructional Building 1018 (phone 818/364-7732 TTD 818/364-7861). There website and resources are located at http://www.lamission.edu/dsps/

 

For students requiring accommodations, the DSP&S Office at Mission College provides special assistance in areas like: registering for courses, specialized tutoring, note-taking, mobility assistance, special instruction, testing assistance, special equipment, special materials, instructor communications, community referrals and job placement.

 

 

updated:   11-12-09

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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