Description: In addition to traditional topics in business law, this course will include discussions on how ancient doctrines are being adapted to meet modern cases involving the Internet and other new technologies.
This section of LEB 320F is a semester-based online course, with no face-to-face meetings.
Students are required to take at two, scheduled proctored exams in a face-to-face setting, planned for July 10 and August 8. There may be additional proctoring fees. Students are responsible for securing authorized proctors. Students in foreign countries and rural US locations far from college testing centers must ensure they will be able to arrange for proctoring before registering for the course.
An independent study version of LEB 320F is also available.
This course may be used to fulfill a requirement for the Business Foundations Certificate program.
Official UT Course Description: Introduction to the legal problems confronting businesses in the global environment.
Prerequisites: Completion of 45 college hours or consent of University Extension.