Minor in Business Administration Legal Studies
The Minor in Business Administration Legal Studies is designed for students who would like to develop a practical understanding of legal theory and the rules of law applicable to public and private institutions, with emphasis on business enterprises. Students contemplating graduate studies in business, law, medicine, or other professional areas and those who intend to serve in an organizational leadership capacity would find that the Legal Studies Minor complements their major field of study.
The total number of credit hours from courses particular to this minor is 18.
Requirements for the minor are:
- The following three courses are required for completion of the minor:
- At least one three-hour course in law focusing on business regulation: BUSN-3338/ECON-3338, INTB-3361, ECON-3339, or appropriate BUSN-3090, BUSN-3190, BUSN-3290, BUSN-3390, BUSN-3490, BUSN-3590, BUSN-3690 or other course approved by the minor adviser.
- At least one three-hour course in law applicable to business from a perspective other than business or economics: COMM-3362, PHIL-3453, PLSI-3351, SOCI-3350 or other law course outside of business and economics approved by the minor adviser.
- One additional three-hour course in law from either 1 or 2 above.
Note: If a student wishes to pursue a minor in Business and a minor in Business Administration Legal Studies, the courses required by one minor cannot simultaneously be counted to fulfill the requirements of the other. Moreover, a student receiving any Michael Neidorff School of Business major may not receive a minor in Business or a minor in Business Administration Legal Studies.