PLST 230 Business Organization/Corporations (3)
Today’s business owners may choose among a variety of business entities for business formation. Besides the traditional sole proprietorship, partnership, and corporation, owners may form limited liability companies and limited liability partnerships. Students will learn about the different relationships, rights, obligations, and regulatory schemes of the various entities. In corporate law, students will develop knowledge and skill in preparing articles of incorporation, drafting corporate bylaws, preparing minutes of corporate meetings, drafting shareholder proposals, reviewing documents relating to the sale of corporate securities, assisting with corporate mergers and acquisitions, and filing papers necessary to terminate a corporation.
Prerequisite: Assessment at college-level English and reading.