The Concentration in Business Law is the first designation of its kind in British Columbia. It is offered as a special designation to students in the Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) program who have an interest in supplementing their business education with a series of courses focused on specific legal topics and issues relevant to the modern business professional.
Acquiring a sound knowledge of the basic principles of business law is essential in today’s ever changing, highly complex and heavily regulated business environment. The Concentration provides you with practical skills for the business world that will distinguish you from graduates of other business programs. Obtaining a Concentratation in Business Law does not permit you to practice law or gain academic qualifications for admission to the Law Society Admission Program.
Concentration in Business Law:
- This concentration is only available to students in the Bachelor of Business Administration degrees at Douglas College
- Successful completion of 12 credits; a minimum of two (2) required upper level
- Students who have already taken and received credits for the required courses in their Bachelor's degree program can also apply the courses towards the requirements for this concentration
- Students must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.33 (C+) for the courses required to earn the concentration
|Select four courses from the following seven options:
||Introduction to Business Law
||Fundamentals of International Trade Law
||Sales and Marketing Law
|BUSN 3730 (See note 1)
||Law for Finance and Accounting Professionals
||Human Resources Law
||Real Estate Law
1) BUSN 2420 can count towards the Concentration if taken before September 2016. BUSN 3730 has replaced BUSN 2420 and students will not receive credit towards this Concentration for both courses
2) BUSN 4490 can count towards the Concentration if taken before September 2016
There are no separate admission requirements for a concentration, however the student must be enrolled in a Bachelor's degree program in order to complete a concentration.
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