LG 324 Contract Management and Law
F2QQ 2006 HIZ
Washington, Benita D.
Park University Hill AFB Site
23 Oct - 17 Dec 2006
4:00 - 6:45 PM
Textbook: Purchasing Manager's Desk Book of Purchasing Law 3rd Edition ISBN 0-13-671462-5 (Hardcover)
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Educational Philosophy: This course is based on lectures, reading, examinations and writings.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Mid-Term and Final Exam in essay/research format. The final Exam is comprehensive. Students will conduct research of a large corporation and Analyze the role of legal council in the organization. The student should include a discussion of corporate, and outside legal services, alternate dispute resolution, mediation, and arbitration. Define an agent and principle; include a description of the duties and liabilities of each. Discuss the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). The student should explain its origin and use. Explain offers and acceptance in relation to contracting. Include the essentials of a purchase contract. Analyze delivery, acceptance, and payment as related to contracting. Discuss the Convention on the International Sale of Goods. The student should explain its origin and use to include its relationship to the UCC. The research paper is due on 13 Dec 2006. Students should use the MLA format.
A 90 - 100; B 80 - 89; C 70 - 79; F 69 - below
Mid-Term 50%; Final Exam 50%
Late Submission of Course Materials: Unacceptable
23 Oct (M) Introduction
25 (W) Section A
30 (M) Section B
01 Nov (W) Section C
06 (M) Section D
08 (W) Section E Mid-Term Review
13 (M) Mid-Terms
15 (W) Section F
20 (M) Section F
22 (W) Section G
27 (M) Section G
29 (W) Section H
04 Dec Section H
06 (W) Section I
11 (M) Section I and Final Exam Review
13 (W) Final Exams (Comprehensive - covers section A - I)
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Last Updated:10/25/2006 6:58:15 AM