MG 261 Business Law II
F2M 2006 CH
Peter, Bonnie J.
Juris Doctor, Wake Forest UniversityB.S. in Business Administration, Louisiana State UniversityMember of the North Carolina Bar since 1974
Park University Office at Cherry Point
Upon request will meet with students.
October 23, 2006 - December 17, 2006
7:30 - 10:00 PM
Textbook: West's Business Law, 10th ed., by Clarkson, Miller, Jentz & Cross
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Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
There is a final exam consisting of 13 True or False
questions, 25 Multiple Choice questions and four short answer essay questions.
There is a comprehensive final exam consisting of 13 true/false questions, 25 multiple choice questions and four short answer essay questions. Your final exam is a comprehensive exam on ALL materials assigned during the course. This will not be a take-home exam. This comprehensive final exam will be closed book and closed notes. The final exam will be 40% of your grade.
In additon to the comprehensive final exam, there will be two quizzes and a mid-term exam, all being closed book, closed notes AND WILL NOT BE TAKE-HOME EXAMS. These additional quizzes and mid-term exam are described as follows:
There will be two quizzes, each consisting of 50 true/false questions each being 15% of your grade.
The mid-term exam will be 30% of your grade, will consist of true/false and multiple choice questions.
Quiz No. 1, 100 Pts. - 15% of Final Grade
Quiz No. 2, 100 Pts. - 15% of Final Grade
Mid-term Exam 100 pts - 30% of Final Grade
Final Exam, 100 pts - 40% of Final Grade
The grading system below will be used. No half-letter grades will be awarded:
90 --100 A
80 -- 89 B
70 -- 79 C
60 -- 69 D
0 -- 59 F
Oct. 24 - Introduction of Course and Chapter 20, The Formation of Sales and Lease Contracts
Oct. 26 - Chapter 21, Title, Risk, and Insurable Interest, and begin Chapter 22
Oct. 30 - Complete Chapter 22, Performance and Breach of Sales and Lease Contracts and review for quiz on Chapters 20 - 22
Nov. 2 - Quiz on Chapters 20 - 22, and Chapter 23, Warranties and Product Liability
Nov. 7 - Chapter 24, The Function and Creation of Negotiable Instruments
Nov. 9 - Chapter 25, Transferability and Holder in Due Course and review for mid-term exam on Chapters 20 - 25
Nov. 14 - Mid-Term Exam on Chapters 20 - 25, Begin Chapter 26
Nov. 16 - Complete Chapter 26, Liabilities, Defenses and Discharge and Chapter 27 Checks, the Banking System, and E-Money
Nov. 21 -Chapter 28, Creditors Rights, and begin Chapter 29, Secured Transactions
Nov. 23 - Thanksgiving - No class
Nov. 28 - Complete Chapter 29 and Review for Quiz on Chapters 26 - 29
Nov. 30 - Chapter 31, Agency Formation and Duties
Dec.5 - Chapter 32, Liability to Third Parties and Termination
Dec. 7 - Capter 33, Employment and Labor Law
Dec. 12 Review for Final Exam, Chapters 20 - 33, Excluding Chapter 30
Dec. 14 Final Exam Chapters 20 - 33, Excluding Chapter 30
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Additional Information:To the students of Business Law II: I know how important it is for each of you to achieve your personal goals. I want to assist you to do your best in Business Law II. During this course, please do not hesitate to ask questions.
Last Updated:10/8/2006 5:10:26 PM