Law 110
Spring, 2013


Instructor:  Dr. Mary Pribble, M.B.A., J.D. 
  SS - 30
: (562) 860-2451 Ex. 2703 or 2710
(562) 467-5090
Web Site/Home Page

Office Hours:  Mon. 2-3 p.m., Tues. 2:00-3:00  p.m., Thurs. 12:30-1:30 p.m.

(Note: The instructor reserves the right to make any changes necessary to the syllabus or other online materials during the session to respond to the special needs of the class).

Student Requirement:  All students must put their current email address and phone number on their student account.  This is done by going to the Cerritos College website at www.cerritos.edu and accessing "My Cerritos".  You must then insert your student number and pin number (six digit birthdate).  This will allow you to add your current email address and phone number.  This information will immediately be added to Dr. Pribble's current roster so that she may contact you either individually or through the class
You are responsible for updating this information if either your email address or phone number change during the session. 

All e-mails to Dr. Pribble must have a completed subject line referencing your first and last name and the specific class you have enrolled in Without this information there will be no way to appropriately respond to your e-mail.

Technical Support Questions should be directed to Online Student Support at extension 2404 or website: www.cerritos.edu/de.

The instructor will be providing  practice questions, vocabulary words, and lecture notes for each exam.  These will be emailed to you.  Vocabulary definitions plus additional practice questions for each assigned chapter are provided on the publisher's website at www.academic.cengage.com to assist the student in studying the assigned chapters.    These resources in conjunction with the completion of assigned reading materials provide most students with adequate support to successfully complete this course.  The additional  study materials are available through the textbook publisher online at no fee at the following site: www.academic.cengage.com.

The instructor may be reached 24/7 via email if there are questions or concerns regarding the material.

All students must attend orientation scheduled for their respective class.  Orientation for this class is Wednesday, January 16 from 6 - 7 p.m. in room BE 120.   Any student not attending the orientation will be dropped from the class to allow another student who is on the waiting list to add the class.

All regularly scheduled tests will be given online. You may also take the exams on  Saturdays in the lab BE 14 from 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. in room BE 120.  Please see Grading and Methods of Assessment for further instructions.    


Course Syllabus
Business Law Syllabus contents:
Course Description
Course Objectives
Required Text and Materials
Course Content
Weekly Assignments
Methods of Instruction Grading and Methods of Assessment
Sample Rubric
Sample Brief
Assessment Project
Disabled Students
Student Contact

Lab Hours