BUSINESS LAW

Business Law explores the relationship between government and economics. This relationship is studied through the both the lens of law and of business. Concepts studied are: economic systems that affect resources; public policy; taxation; governmental influence to meet economic goals; laws of demand, supply, quotas, exports, and imports; governmental regulations that impact business competition and its effect on consumers; and emerging legal and ethical issues. Reading, writing, speaking, listening, and research strategies are integrated throughout the course.

Did you know Government and Economics take turns ruling each other? Have you wondered how the Constitution affects you?
• Governmental influence to meet economic goals
• Economics systems that affect resources, public policy and taxation
• Laws of demand, supply, quotas, exports and imports
• Government regulations to impact business competition and its effect on consumers
• Emerging legal and ethical issues

Course Number: 
CRN10002
Course Name Abbreviation: 
Business Law- fall
Important Notes: 

Fall ONLY

Credits Per Semester: 
1.0
Grades: 
11
12
Course Length: 
Fall Only
Credit Information: 
.5 Economics plus .5 Government credit OR 1.0 elective credit (APS)
Prerequites: 
Recommended: 2.0 cumulative GPA
Session: 
Session II
Periods 6 and 7 12:30-1:50pm Monday through Friday