LAWS170 International Law (Experimental)

Department of Business Studies: Paralegal/Law

I. Course Number and Title
LAWS170 International Law (Experimental)
II. Number of Credits
3 credits
III. Number of Instructional Minutes
2250
IV. Prerequisites
LAWS100 or LAWS110
Corequisites
None
V. Other Pertinent Information
None
VI. Catalog Course Description
International Business law is designed to be a basic course covering the law of international trade, licensing, and investment. Students will be exposed to international business and the basics of the practice and procedures involved in the buying and selling of goods in foreign countries, through the case study method.
VII. Required Course Content and Direction
  1. Course Learning Goals

    Students will:

    1. contrast and define national and international law;
    2. describe the concept of "persons" in international law;
    3. define and classify international organizations;
    4. apply the rules of Extraterritorial Jurisdiction;
    5. discuss the concept of sovereignty;
    6. discuss the alternatives for arbitration and adjudication of international disputes; and
    7. describe methods for enabling international commercial transactions.
  2. Planned Sequence of Topics and/or Learning Activities

    1. Introduction
    2. Concepts of States
    3. International Organizations
    4. Individuals and Business Entities
    5. Extraterritorial Jurisdiction
    6. Sovereignty
    7. Economic Relations
  3. Assessment Methods for Course Learning Goals

  4. Reference, Resource, or Learning Materials to be used by Student:

    See course syllabus for required textbook.

Review/Approval Date - Unavailable; New Core 8/2015