BUS 830: International Law
Course Syllabus Overview
This course is a study of the international political, bureaucratic, and legal structures regulating and governing international trade and commerce, including multilateral and bilateral arrangements and organizations. Planning for the removal of trade barriers, methods of international contracting, and doing business abroad in the context of international legal environment will be a primary course focus. The definition and role of business ethics in national contexts is considered.
Textbook:International Business Law, 5/E Ray A. August, Don Mayer, Michael Bixby. Prentice Hall, 2009. ISBN-10: 013600864X, ISBN-13: 9780136008644