To be successful in today’s global economy it is essential to understand business law. Studying for a minor in Business Law will add value to any student’s future business career, no matter which area they work in. Suffolk’s Business Law courses provide a strong foundation in legal concepts, regulations in domestic and international settings and vocabulary and pertinent laws.
With a business law minor, students learn about alternative types of businesses including trusts, corporations, subchapter corporations, partnerships and limited liability hybrids. Students will study global problems and find out how modern commercial law correlates to businesses.
In addition to completing the Principles of Business Law course, Business Students will be required to select 3 other electives from a list of options. College of Arts & Sciences Students will do the same, however they also have to complete the Business Foundations course.
Level: Undergraduate Associate
Language of instruction: English