BULA Course Descriptions
BULA 151 BUSINESS LAW I (3)
A basic study of the judicial system, contracts, agency, fraud, sale of personal property, warranties, transfer of title, and legal remedies.BULA 251 BUSINESS LAW II (3)
A detailed study of the law of bailments, public carriers, negotiable instruments, secured transactions, real property, personal property, landlord and tenant rights and obligations, real estate mortgages, wills and estate of descendants, trusts, insurance, suretyship, guaranty, bankruptcy and labor law. Representative CPA law questions are reviewed and discussed. Note: Business Law II cannot be substituted for a 300- or 400-level business or management elective. prerequisite: BULA 151BULA 312 REAL ESTATE LEGAL RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBLITIES (3)
This course focuses on how law impacts real estate, it ownership, conveyance, and development. Emphasis is on real property ownership interests, restrictions on such interests, methods of transferring such interests, private and public land use controls, and legal transactions involving real estate, such as gifts, sales and leases. Prerequisite: BULA 151 or equivalent or permission of the program director.