MG 260 Business Law I
F2GG 2006 MI
Jespersen, Chad M.
BA - Business Administration/Human Resource ConcentrationJD - Juris Doctorate
Oct 24 - Dec 14
4:45 - 7:15 PM
Textbook: Business Law: The Ethical, Global, and E-Commerce Environment, 13th Edition; by Mallor, Barnes, Bowers, Langvardt
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Educational Philosophy: The facilitator's educational philosophy is one of interactiveness based on lectures, readings, quizzes, dialogues, examinations, internet, videos, web sites and writings. The facilitator will engage each learner in what is referred to as disputatious learning to encourage the lively exploration of ideas, issues and contradictions.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
There will be two tests and one quiz throughout the semester. Each test/quiz will consist of multiple choice, true false, fill in the blank, and short essay questions. The exams test only the material presented up to the test/Quiz. They are not cumulative but conceptually may build, to some degree, on knowledge acquired during the course. Although the tests will be weighted evenly, there is no guarantee that each test will be worth the same amount of points as the others. Class attendance and participation is expected and encouraged. Class attendance and participation will affect the students final grade. Additionally, each student will be a required to present to the class a case decision during the course.
The comprehensive final is not a take home exam. The comprehensive final is not open book or open note.
Two Tests @ 84 points each = 60% of final grade
One Quize @ 56 points = 20% of final grade
Case Study Presentation @ 28 points = 10% of final grade
Class Attendance @ 14 points = 5% of final grade
Class Participation @ 14 points = 5% of final grade
A - 90% - 100%
B - 80% - 89%
C - 70% - 79%
D - 60% - 69%
F - Below 60%
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Students are to be prepared and participate in class discussion.
Cell phones/pagers are to be turned off or placed on silent during class. Any calls will be handled with discretion and outside the room/earshot.
If a student is not going to make it to class inform the instructor.
Oct 24: Read Chapter 1 – pg 1-15 INTRODUCTION
Oct 26: Read Chapter 2 – pg 27 - 47
Oct 31: Read Chapter 6 – pg 166 - 194
Nov 2: Read Chapter 7 – pg 202 - 229
Nov 7: Read Chapter 9 – pg 274 – 287; Chapter 10 – pg 291 – 304; Chapter 11 – pg 309 – 322, Chapter 12 – pg 327 - 340
Nov 9: Review
Nov 14: TEST on prior reading
Nov 16: Read Chapter 14 – pg 360 – 370; Chapter 16 - pg 394 – 410; Chapter 17 – 415 - 427
Nov 21: Read Chapter 18 – pg 432 – 454
Nov 23: Read Chapter 19 – pg – 460 – 476 (NO CLASS – THANSGIVING)
Nov 28: TEST on prior reading
Nov 30: Read Chapter 21 – pg – 522 – 536
Dec 5: Read Chapter – 20 – pg 482 – 516
Dec 7: Read Chapter 35 – pg 856 - 869
Dec 12: Review
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