ARCHIVE: Fall 2002
Legal and Ethical Studies (LES)

LES 305 Legal, Ethical, and Regulatory Issues in Business. (3)
fall, spring, summer
Legal theories, ethical issues, and regulatory climate affecting business policies and decisions. Lecture, Web-based delivery.

LES 308 Business and Legal Issues in Professional Sports. (3)
selected semesters
Economic structure of professional sports and application of contract, antitrust, arbitration, and labor laws in the industry. Prerequisites: 2.00 GPA; junior standing.

LES 380 Consumer Perspective of Business Law. (3)
fall and spring
Role of law as it affects society. Uses case studies to present principles that govern business and consumers. Lecture, television. Prerequisites: 2.00 GPA; junior standing.

LES 411 Real Estate Law. (3)
once a year
Legal and ethical aspects of land ownerships, interests, transfer, finance development, and regulations of the real estate industry.

LES 532 Negotiation Agreements. (3)
fall and spring
Develops negotiation competencies to build partnerships and create lasting agreements with internal/external customers, suppliers, work teams, and external constituencies. Lecture and substantial student interaction through team exercises.

LES 579 Legal and Ethical Issues for Business. (3)
fall and spring
Studies legal and ethical components of business decisions; self-regulation and social responsibility as strategies. Prerequisites: ACC 503; FIN 502; MGT 502; MKT 502.

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Omnibus Courses. For an explanation of additional courses offered but not specifically listed, see “Omnibus Courses.”

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