Business Law and Society
The Department of Business Law and Society in the Carroll School of Management does not offer a major or concentration. The courses taught by the Department of Business Law and Society are designed to give students a basic understanding of legal procedures and the legal environment of business. Undergraduate students in the Carroll School of Management are required to take Law I—Introduction to Law and Legal Process. This course covers the legal system, the sources of law, business ethics, the regulatory environment of business including antitrust and employment law, securities regulation and corporate governance, the international trade environment, and contract law. Elective courses are offered in a variety of topics that may interest students interested in starting their own business, considering law school, or preparing for the Certified Public Accounting examination. A core course and other electives that relate to concentrations are offered at the graduate level.