Southeast Missouri State University

Undergraduate Law Courses Offered

BL255 Legal Environment of Business

This course examines foundations in law and business relating to regulatory, public and private legal environments, including international and ethical issues.

  • Prerequisite: Sophomore standing.

UI361 Contemporary Legal Studies

This course is an examination of current legal issues and the role of the American legal system in the resolution of those issues.

  • Prerequisite: 45 hours.

AC563 Legal and Ethical Issues in Accounting

A study of legal issues confronting business-decision makers, including negotiable instruments, debtor-creditor relationships, securities regulations and business organizations.

  • Prerequisite: BL255 with grade of “C” or better.

BL455 Contracts

This course examines foundations of common law and statutory regulations governing contractual relationships, emphasizing commerce under the Uniform Commercial Code.

  • Prerequisite: BL 255 with minimum grade of “C;” junior standing.

UI300 Cyberlaw

Provides students with a foundation in law as it relates to business, ethical, political, and international issues focusing on technology and e-commerce.

  • Prerequisites: Junior standing; BL255, PS 103, PS 104, or CJ 220 with a grade of “C” or better.

MBA Level Course Offered

BA667 Liability Risk in Products and Services

The examination of liability laws and how those laws impact American businesses in the production of goods and services.

AC563 Legal and Ethical Issues in Accounting

A study of legal issues confronting business-decision makers, including negotiable instruments, debtor-creditor relationships, securities regulations and business organizations.

  • Prerequisite: BL255 with grade of “C” or better.

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