BSLĀ 691. The Public Corporation: Legal Perspectives. 2 Credit Hours.

The Public Corporation: Legal Perspectives reviews the laws governing the formation, operation, regulation, and governance of the public corporation with the objective of providing the graduate business student a sophisticated examination of the legal and social aspects of managing the money of others. Further, the course examines the rules and regulations governing the raising of capital from the public through the sale of securities for the development of and investment in a private enterprise.
Components: LEC.
Grading: GRD.
Typically Offered: Fall.