Business 103: Introductory Business Law

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This Introductory Business Law course provides a fun video format, using expert instructors who convey sometimes difficult topics in a way that is easy to understand and enjoyable to learn. Our Business 103 course is a quick and affordable way to earn transferable college credits in business.
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Ch. 1:  History of American Law
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Ch. 2:  Sources of Law
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Ch. 3:  Constitutional Law
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Ch. 4:  American Legal Systems
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Ch. 5:  Legal Procedures
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Ch. 6:  Contract Law Basics
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Ch. 7:  Capacity in Contract Law
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Ch. 8:  Contract Law and Third Party Beneficiaries
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Ch. 9:  Contracts: Assignment and Delegation
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Ch. 10:  Contracts: Statute of Frauds
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Ch. 11:  Contracts: Scopes and Meanings
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Ch. 12:  Contracts: Breach of Contract
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Ch. 13:  Contracts: Discharge of Contracts
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Ch. 14:  The Legal Environment
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Ch. 15:  Securities and Antitrust Law
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Ch. 16:  Property Law
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Ch. 17:  Creditors Rights
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Ch. 18:  Product Liability and Consumer Protection
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Ch. 19:  Torts in Business Law
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Ch. 20:  The Role of Agency in Business Law
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Ch. 21:  Sales & the Law
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Ch. 22:  Studying for Business 103
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