In today’s business world, employees and employers alike need to have some basic familiarity with systems of law and their application to business activities. They should also have a foundation for thinking about ethical problems in our economic and social environment. Students will gain insights into such current issues as government regulation of business, the impacts of business on the natural world, the duties and obligations of individuals in their communities, and the scope of legal rules in directing human behavior.
This course consists of 16 learning modules to reinforce understanding of the concepts. Video cases and homework problems that have immediate feedback provides the student with the opportunity to apply the concepts addressed in each module. Module components include quizzes, tutorials, crossword puzzles, and other thought provoking activities.
This course is part of the All University Core Curriculum 3F
U.S. Public Values and Institutions
This course can be applied towards:
None. Credit not allowed for both BUS 205 and BUS 260.
Textbook and Materials
Textbooks and materials can be purchased at the CSU Bookstore unless otherwise indicated.
- Law and Ethics in the Business Environment, 7th Ed.
Halbert, Terry and Ingulli, Elaine
Please contact the professor via email to receive information on textbook and materials.
Ph.D. University of Colorado; J.D. University of Colorado; B.A. Fort Lewis College
Dr. Hogler is currently a professor in the College of Business at Colorado State University. His research interests include employment law, labor law, labor-management relations, collective bargaining and arbitration.