BADM301 – Business Law
The course emphasizes the development and application of legal principles and concepts and their application to Canadian businesses. The general areas covered are the law of torts, contract law, forms of business, special contractual law (employment, labour, bailment, sale of goods, restrictive trade, and insurance), real property, and debtor-creditor relationships.
This course surveys the field of organizational behaviour and provides frameworks for analyzing people and their attitudes and behaviour in organizations. The course covers individual (e.g., motivation, decision making, values, attitudes), interpersonal, and group phenomena (e.g., leadership, norms, power and influence). These psychological constructs are related to such concerns as job design, reward systems, decision making, and productivity. This course is global in its content and orientation.