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Summer semester 2016 Online Business Law 1 course.


I would like to welcome all the students who have registered for the online Business Law 1 course. 

 

Insight page.  The Business Law 1 Insight page is scheduled to open on June 13.  I am trying to open the page for all the registered students so that, if you wish, you can start to read the resources.  Unfortunately, there are regulations governing this issue, and it is possible that I may not be able to open it before the first day of class. 

 

Orientation meeting.  The required orientation meeting for this class will be held on June 13 at the Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.  The meeting will start at 6:30 pm and should last a little over one hour.  It is very important that you attend this meeting.

 

In addition, there are two other required meetings for the mid-term examination (July 1) and for the final examination (July 28). 

 

Textbook.  You should also consider purchasing the textbook for the course either through the campus bookstore or through sellers of used books such as Amazon.com and Ebay.com.  The best book deals on Amazon.com will be snapped up very quickly, and the campus bookstore does run out of books from time to time.  

We are currently using the 12th edition of Essentials of Business Law and the Legal Environment, (ISBN: 9781133188636) Cengage Learning Publisher, but the 11th  or 10th edition can also be used.    

 

Adding this class.   This class is closed to new students at this time, but the number of students who are registered will fluctuate.  Between now and the start of the class, I estimate that as many as fifteen students may decide, for a number of reasons, not to continue with this class during the summer semester.  For this reason, if you wish to register for the class, it maybe useful for you to try from time to time. 

 

 

Email.  My email is huchida@ccsf.edu.  Please send me an email if you have any other questions regarding the class.

 

Richard Uchida









Fall semester 2016 Online Business Law 1 course.


I would like to welcome all the students who have registered for the online Business Law 1 course. 

The Business Law 1 Insight page is ready for the Fall semester, but the campus is converting to the Canvass page, and Canvas is ready as well.  You should consider purchasing the textbook for the course either through the campus bookstore or through sellers of used books such as Amazon.com and Ebay.com.  The best book deals on Amazon.com will be snapped up very quickly, and the campus bookstore does run out of books from time to time.  

We are currently using the 12th edition of Essentials of Business Law and the Legal Environment, (ISBN: 978130507543-6) Cengage Learning Publisher, but the 11th or the 10th editions can also be used.    

There are three very important dates that all of you should keep in mind.

  1. August 13.  Orientation meeting--Required.  9 am – 10:30 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.  This is the first of three required on-campus meetings for students in this course.  At this meeting, I will explain how I plan to teach this course and lead everyone through the Insight/Canvass program so that you will know exactly how to access the teaching resources, submit homework assignments, participate in class discussions, and to communicate with other students.  If you can, please look over the syllabus (the Insight/Canvas page will hopefully be opened) and come to the meeting with your questions.  If you have a question and cannot wait for the orientation meeting, please send me an email.  My campus email address is: huchida@ccsf.edu
  2. October 15.  Mid-term examination--Required.  9 am – 10 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.
  3. December 10. Final examination--Required.  9 am – 10 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.

Adding this class.

This class may close once the maximum number of students register, but the number of students who are registered will fluctuate.  Between now and the start of the class, I estimate that as many as fifteen students may decide, for a number of reasons, not to continue with this class.  For this reason, if you wish to register for the class, it maybe useful for you to try and register from time to time. 


Cannot attend the orientation meeting.

If you cannot attend the orientation meeting, please read very carefully the welcome comments on the Insight/Canvas page, the course syllabus,  Keys to Success, and the Frequently Asked Questions.  The last three resources are all located in the introductory section of the Insight/Canvas  page.  There is also a short quiz that all students are required to take during the first week, and the quiz will be based upon the information noted above.


I am looking forward to seeing you at the orientation meeting and to work with you during the semester.

 

Richard Uchida



Fall semester 2016 Online Business Law 2 course.


Please read the introductory paragraph of the online BSL 1 course above.  The information, including the book to be used, apply to the BSL 2 course as well.
1. August 13Orientation meeting--Required.  10:30 am – 12 noon.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.  This is the first of three required on-campus meetings for students in this course.  At this meeting, I will explain how I plan to teach this course and lead everyone through the Insight/Canvas program so that you will know exactly how to access the teaching resources, submit homework assignments, participate in class discussions, and to communicate with other students.  If you can, please look over the syllabus (the Insight page will hopefully be opened) and come to the meeting with your questions.  If you have a question and cannot wait for the orientation meeting, please send me an email.  My campus email address is: huchida@ccsf.ed

2. October 15.  Mid-term examination--Required.  11 am – 11:30 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.

3. December 10. Final examination--Required.  10:30 am – 11:00 am.  Phelan campus, Cloud Hall building, room 111.
  • I look forward to meeting all of you at the orientation meeting. 
  • Richard Uchida