A minor in business law is available to students in all schools and departments except business majors.
The minor in business law will provide students with practical legal knowledge of substantive business law topics and current legal issues. The minor provides skill sets to identify and manage issues encountered within personal and business contexts including litigation, contract law, employment and human resources, real and personal property law. This minor exposes students to such topics as: commercial transactions, constitutional law, Internet and online commerce; intellectual property and entertainment law; bankruptcy and securities law; law of business and non-profit organizations; and international law.
It also prepares students for career opportunities in management, technology and politics. The minor is an excellent preparation for further legal education.
To enroll, students must have completed a minimum of 32 units of college-level course work and have a minimum overall GPA of at least 2.75.
A minimum of 16 units is required to complete the minor.