This is a short-term, non-credit course that is part of the Professional Program at Southern States University. Using reading and case study materials from a reputable business law textbook, this course presents an overview of the ethical issues and laws that affect business sustainability. Students will also learn the relationship between ethics and laws, and how they have an overall impact on the stakeholders in an organization. The course will analyze various sources, statutes, and regulatory issues that affect U.S. business operations. At the end of the course, students will analyze and present their analysis of an existing business law case.
Advised English Proficiency: Intermediate or Higher Level.
A typical Professional Program class consists of 15 to 30 students. Each course has required learning materials. Classes are offered during the day or evening to fit a variety of schedules. Each course lasts four weeks for a total of 72 hours of meeting time, which is 18 hours per week.