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Learning Framework | EDUC | 1300

EDUC 1300 is a study of the research and theory in the psychology of learning, cognition, and motivation; factors that impact learning; and application of learning strategies. Theoretical models of strategic learning, cognition, and motivation serve as the conceptual basis for the introduction of college-level student academic strategies. In addition, the course focuses on numerous college, career, and life management topics necessary for students to make the most of their college investment. Core curriculum course.

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Legal Aspects of Corrections | CJCR | 2325

A study of the operation, management, and legal issues affecting corrections. Analysis of constitutional issues involving rights of the convicted, as well as civil liability of correctional agencies and staff.

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Legal Aspects of Fire Protection | FIRT | 1353

Study of the rights, duties, liability concerns, and responsibilities of public fire protection agencies while performing assigned duties.

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Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement | CRIJ | 2323

Police authority; responsibilities; constitutional constraints; laws of arrest, search, and seizure; police liability. Designated as Criminal Justice Transfer Curriculum.

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Legal Aspects of the Entertainment Industry | MUSB | 2355

Copyright law and the various agreements used in the entertainment industry. Emphasizes contracts used by music publishers, record companies, artist managers, record producers, film and television producers, and booking agencies.

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Legal Issues for Enterprise | BUSG | 2370

Legal Aspects of Enterprise explores both the for- profit and not-for-profit legal requirements and provides applications activities to help the beginning business entrepreneur or social entrepreneur actually set up a new enterprise. Topics include: types of business structures, types of not-for-profit structures, legal forms and paperwork required to set up each type of structure, resources for assistance in setting up enterprises (such as legal clinics, lawyers who provide pro bono services for social enterprise); important considerations in retaining a lawyer, and legal pitfalls for the beginning entrepreneur to avoid.

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Legal Research I | LGLA | 1091

Learn how to use the law library, electronic resources and a range of other tools to analyze relevant primary and secondary law.

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Legal Research II | LGLA | 1091

Legal Research II is a continuation of Legal Research I and will assist the students to convey the concept of authority in legal writing; to begin in depth study of legal research and familiarization of the law library. Prerequisite: Introduction to Law and Legal Research I.

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Legal Research III | LGLA | 1091

Legal Research III is a continuation of the first two modules of Legal Research and will assist students to convey concepts basic to the common law system, such as the function of the appellate courts, state desists and dictum. This module will continue the utilization of the law library, electronic resources and range of other tools to analyze primary and secondary law. Prerequisite: Introduction to Law, Legal Research I and II.

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Legal Research | LGLA | 1303

This course provides a working knowledge of the fundamentals of effective legal research. Topics include law library techniques, computer assisted legal research, citation forms, briefs, and court opinion discussions.

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