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Busnss Assocs (LAW-611-003)
The first class readings are posted below. If you are unsure whether you plan to remain in the class and don't want to buy the textbooks, you can get by during the first week using the First Class materials and materials posted to mywcl. You should immediately get the books if you plan to remain in the class, because they will be needed beginning the second week of class. If you use and are comfortable with Amazon Kindle, on any device, feel free to purchase the Accounting book as a cheaper e-book. In addition, students will have to purchase a student Wall Street Journal subscription for use during the semester; information for how to obtain the cheap student rate will be provided during the first week of class. There will be regular assignments to be turned in during the semester, including a short reaction paragraph due at the beginning of each class (doubles as attendance check), starting in Week 2.
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Textbooks and Other Materials
The textbook information on this page was provided by the instructor. Students should use this information when considering purchases from the AU Campus Store or other vendors. Students may check here to determine if books are currently available for purchase at the AU Campus Store.
The following books are required for this course:1. Corporations: Examples & Explanations, 7th. Edition, Author: Palmiter (Aspen Publishers, 2012, ISBN: 978-1454802471) 2. Accounting Made Simple, Author: Piper (Simple Subjects, LLC; ISBN: 9780981454221) 3. Commentaries & Cases on Law of Business Organizations (Casebook), Author: Allen, 4th Edition (Aspen Publishers, 2013, ISBN: 9781454813613); and 4. Commentaries & Cases Law Bus Org (2012-13 Stat Suppl), Author: Allen (Aspen Publishers, ISBN: 9781454818557) In addition to textbooks to be purchased, there will be additional materials on mywcl that are required reading as well.
First Class Readings
Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 of the first text book listed above ('Corporations: Examples and Explanations' by Palmiter). The pdfs of these chapters are posted on MyWCL page, under Course Materials/First Class Readings.