Law for Businesss

  • Course Number: 1112
  • Subject: Legal Studies
  • Semester(s) Offered: Fall, Spring
  • Credit Hours: 3
  • Description:

    Whether you plan to start a business or join one, this course provides practical legal basics applicable across business sectors. You will learn about the advantages and disadvantages of different business entities from formation through duration to dissolution from legal and managerial perspectives. You will also become familiar with consumer and environmental protection initiatives, creditor and debtor rights, as well as other legal topics that affect commerce and its stakeholders. NOTE: Transfer students who come in with the equivalent of LGLS 1102 will receive credit and be waived from the LGLS 1112 course.

  • Pre-requisites:

    Minimum grade of C- in Legal and Ethical Reasoning in Business or Legal Environment of Business (At Temple, BA 1103, BA 1903, LGLS 1101, or LGLS 1901). View the Temple Bulletin for descriptions of pre-requisite courses: