MSBCS-BCSIII-9: The students will examine basics of business
a) Identify sources of business law.
b) Understand the different classifications of business law.
c) Distinguish between civil and criminal law.
d) Identify different areas of civil law that impact business
(ie., tort, contract, property law).
e) Differentiate among types of business crimes. (ie., arson,
forgery, embezzlement, computer crimes).
f) Understand the applicability of business law from the
standpoint of citizens, workers (includes business owners) and consumers in their communities and in society at large (ref. National Standards of NBEA, pg. 10).
g) Introduce to OSHA state and federal regulatory guidance.
h) Create a safety manual
i) Equal pay act
j) Describe their individual code of ethics using word processing
MSBCS-BCSIII-3: The students will demonstrate the ability to problem solve.
a) Utilize brainstorming techniques.
b) Identify cause and effects.
c) Understand how a process works.
d) Understand the big picture and beyond yourself.
MSBCS-BCSIII-4: The students will exhibit critical thinking.
a) Understanding the importance of making informed or educated decisions.
b) Develop cohesive and logical reasoning patterns.
c) Importance of accepting, rejecting or suspending judgment.
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Introduce Law terms Business Law: Torts Terminology:
1. Battery –
2. Assault –
4. Invasion of privacy
5. Other intentional torts:
Tort of Negligence:
10. natural law
18. social engineering
How it Feels to be a Bystander and What to Do
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