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BA 113 Legal Environment of Business

Course Description:
This is a course that provides a meaningful portrayal of the operation and interaction of public and private law in the political and socio-economic environment. This is achieved by the study of the state and federal legal system and the laws that regulate the business organizations. 

Transfer Credit: CSU;UC (UC credit limits may apply). See counseling department for matriculation agreements. 

Required Text

Title: The Legal Environment of Business, Text and Cases, Eleventh Edition.
Authors: Frank B. Cross; Roger LeRoy Miller
Publisher: Cengage
ISBN-10: 0-357-12976-8, ISBN-13: 978-0-357-12976-0

The ebook is available in Cengage’s MindTap. If a hard copy is desired, you may purchase a loose-leaf copy from the College Bookstore & ebook for $133.50. 

Online Test Proctoring Requirement: Midterm and Final exam
For online students, it may be required for online students to take the Midterm and Final Exam in a proctored (supervised) format:

100% Online in Canvas using Proctorio (approved 3rd party).
Other requirements include: Current Google Chrome web browser and webcam plus working internet connection wifi or Ethernet). Computer: PC or Mac (desktop or laptop) with current operating systems. No phones or tablets at this time). 

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