Business Law & Corporate Governance Minor

Chair: Matthew Sarkees, PhD.
Associate Chair: Rishtee Batra, PhD.
Office: 3015 Bartley Hall
Telephone: 610-519-4350
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Minoring in Business Law & Corporate Governance will enable you to develop a robust understanding of the legal and ethical impact of business practices and the global economy. You will learn about contracts, commercial transactions, forms of business entities and other legal issues. You also learn how business entities are governed and managed and the rights and obligations of the entities’ stakeholders. Most importantly, Business Law & Corporate Governance minors are presented with a focus on ethical decision making and socially responsible behavior.

Course Requirements for Business Law & Corporate Governance Minor (3 Courses)

Three (3) courses listed below; two must be Business Law (BL) courses, one of which must be either BL 2135 or BL 2185.

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Minor