Business Law - Undergraduate Minor
In a world that is increasingly subject to laws and regulations, every business needs employees who are savvy about the laws that affect business. The Business Law minor is comprised of a series of courses designed to provide a strong background in a wide range of laws that business need to be aware of, and provide students with the ability to recognize – and avoid – legal pitfalls. Additionally, the Business Law minor will provide students with a clear understanding of how legal disputes are resolved and the ability to appreciate the cost and complexity of disputes, and enable students to reduce the costs and complexities by being able to communicate clearly with lawyers about the legal issues.
Completion of the courses listed below (including any prerequisites) with a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in these courses. At lease twelve of the credits for the minor must be completed at NMSU. This minor is not open to majors in the Bachelor of Individualized Studies and the Bachelor of Applied Studies.
|BLAW 316||Legal Environment of Business||3|
|BLAW 313||Sports and the Law||3|
|BLAW 385V||Consumers and the Law||3|
|BLAW 330||Entrepreneurial Law||3|
|Take any 2 courses from the following:||6|
|Real Estate Principles and Law I||3|
|American Indian Law and Policy||3|
|Uniforms Commercial Code and Advanced Business Law Topics||3|
|Hospitality and Travel Law||3|
|Agricultural and Natural Resource Law||3|
|Legal Issues in Modern Society||3|