International Business Law

INT 310
Description: The course provides an overview of international legal principles used to facilitate international business, and the mechanisms of litigation, dispute resolution, regulatory control, applicable consumer protection, and international business legal norms. Focus areas include international trade; licensing, technology exchange, intellectual property, foreign direct investment, international sales, and regulation of the international market.

Prerequisite: Complete 60 credit hours and LAW-140; or by approval of the Dean.
Credits: 3

Currently Offered

Course # Days Time Dates Instructor Seats  
Spring
INT 310-51 TTH 5:30-6:45PM 01/12/15 - 05/01/15 Gadue 12 Register