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Introduction to Business Law (WSTC)Western Sydney University Unit Code: 700004.3


Student Contribution Band: 3

Level: 1

Credit Points: 10

Equivalent Units
200184 - Introduction to Business Law, 700254 - Enterprise Law (WSTC)

700216 Introduction to the Australian Legal System (UWSCFS)

Unit Enrolment Restrictions
Students must be enrolled at Western Sydney University, The College. Students enrolled in Extended Diplomas must pass 40 credit points from the preparatory units listed in the course structure prior to enrolling in this University level unit. The co-requisite unit 700216 - Introduction to the Australian Legal System (UWSCFS) applies to students in the following courses: 7059 Diploma in Business and Commerce Extended, 7063 Diploma in Business and Commerce, 7064 Bachelor of Business and Commerce (UWSC First Year Program), 7071 Bachelor of Business and Commerce Extended (UWSC First Year Program).

About this Unit
In 2016, this unit replaced by 700254 - Enterprise Law (WSTC). This is an introductory law unit designed to place the fundamentals of law in a commercial context. The unit introduces students to the basic principles of law and the legal system as well as examining some of the major areas of law that impact on commercial dealings. This unit examines the structure of the legal system, the way law is made, and the main areas of law relevant to starting and running a business including contracts, torts and consumer protection.

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