Students will develop a working knowledge and overview of the legal system and begin to understand and use the language and terminology of Business Law. Students will gain an appreciation of contract and business law issues and begin to develop skills they can apply in their working life to avoid problem situations. Students will learn techniques to locate the appropriate law to apply law to a contract problem. The learning and teaching in the unit supports and prepares students for further study and the workplace through the scaffolded development of academic and professional skills.
|1.||Analyse legal issues in common business law scenarios and discuss the stakeholder's legal rights and responsibilities;|
|2.||Explain the fundamental legal rights, duties and responsibilities of parties in a business context;|
|3.||Locate, apply and reference the appropriate law from particular statutes and case law relevant to specified contexts;|
|4.||Demonstrate a working knowledge of the law relating to contract issues by analysing basic problem scenarios and applying relevant legal principles to advise on likely possible legal outcomes;|
|5.||Interpret fundamental business law and begin to apply relevant knowledge of the law to solve issues; and|
|6.||Demonstrate the development of key fundamental academic and professional skills required for further study and the workforce in business contexts.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Test||Online Test (60 mins conducted in supervised class time)||20%|
|Test||Online Quizzes (5 x30 mins conducted in supervised class time)||25%|
|Case Study||Application of the law (Case Scenarios) (1500 words)||25%|
|Test||In Class supervised Test (2 hours)||30%|
|Test||Online Test (60 mins conducted in supervised class time)||10%|
|Test||Online Quizzes (5 x30 mins conducted in supervised class time)||20%|
|Essay||Essay (1500 words)||20%|
|Examination||Final Exam (1500 words)||50%|
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