The purpose of this course is to help those working in complicated technologically intense businesses, and especially those involved in technology management, to understand and to function within that legal environment. To this end, we will look at the nature of the legal system as well as its institutions generally, and will also look at selected areas of law vital to the functioning of Canadian business. The course will also relate law to modern business practice, especially in the field of ethics.
$284.39 - $285.01 See individual course offerings below for actual costs.
This course forms part of the Bachelor of Technology in Technology Management degree program. You can proceed to register for this Instructor-Led NET course on-line or by calling the Student Information and Enrolment Services at 604-434-1610. IMPORTANT COURSE MATERIAL INFORMATION: To obtain your course material, go to the following link: www.bcit.ca/learn/ Your Username will be your student ID (A00?), Your Password will be the same as your MyBCIT Password. Logon to TMGT 7133 for the current term. You will find the course materials under the CONTENT section. All materials are provided within the D2L environment. Your submissions are asynchronous, but require that you logon and participate during set periods of approximately 4-5 days per module PARTICIPATION MARKS ARE ONLY AWARDED FOR POSTINGS MADE DURING THE PERIOD ASSIGNED PER THE COURSE CALENDAR. There are 8 modules in total. There will be a reading break in the middle of the course, from Sunday, February 16, 2014 to Saturday, March 1, 2014, which is designed to give you time to stay current and get ahead with the readings, which are substantial for this very brief course. NOTE: Your course material will be accessible one week prior to the start of the course. We recommend that you read Modules 1-2 before the course start date. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: computer, access to Internet, cable, xDSL or faster. Dial up speeds may not be adequate. MS Word and Power Point or equivalent, Web browser; Internet Explorer, Firefox or equivalent, Email client and an email address that can accept attachments. The following are a few key items for your reference: This is a 7 week course with a 2 week reading break (Sunday, February 16, 2014 to Saturday, March 1, 2014) Ensure you have read the Course Outline, Calendar and Student guide before you begin. These documents may be accessed on the Course ribbon at the top of the screen by clicking on the "Content" button. The Calendar is displayed on the home page D2L tutorials are available on the D2L homepage under "Student Resources". Reviewing the tutorials will assist you in navigating through D2L for functions such as assignment submissions Please note the assignment due dates for this course. Due dates are noted under "News" items once logged into the course, in the assignment "Dropbox" and on the CALENDAR tool on the homepage. If you experience technical difficulties during this course, contact Tech Help at: email: email@example.com or phone: 604-412-7444 (option 2) or Toll Free 1-800-351-5533 (option 2) The Instructor, Dean Palmer, is available at firstname.lastname@example.org or 604-677-7727 Good luck with your course!
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Below is one offering of this course for the Spring/Summer 2014 term.
This course forms part of the Bachelor of Technology in TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT degree program. You may proceed to register for this course online, or by contacting Student Information and Enrollment Services (SIES) at 604-434-1610 or 1-866-434-1610 Toll-Free (Canada and US only). You may register for TMGT courses prior to applying to the program, with the understanding that taking these courses in advance of acceptance, does not guarantee you acceptance into the program. If you wish to formally apply, please contact the Program Administrator at email@example.com for directions on how to apply. IMPORTANT COURSE MATERIAL INFORMATION: Course material for the CLASSROOM TMGT courses are accessed through Desire2Learn. To access your course material, go to the following link: www.bcit.ca/learn/ You are encouraged to take the Guided Tour of D2L (under Student Resources) prior to the start of your course. Your USERNAME is your student ID (A00...), and your PASSWORD is the same as your myBCIT password. If you experience technical difficulties during this course, please contact the Technology Helpdesk at Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 604-412-7444 (option 2) or Toll Free 1-800-351-5533 NOTE: Your course material will be available for downloading THREE (3) days prior to the start of class. PLEASE BE SURE TO BRING YOUR COURSE MATERIAL TO YOUR FIRST CLASS.
Upon successful completion, the candidate will be able to:
describe the Canadian legal system and explain how it works.
discuss the history and major sources of Canadian law.
describe the provincial and federal court structures and outline the judicial process involved when a dispute is taken to court.
trace the development of the Canadian constitution including the Charter of Rights and Freedoms and discuss its impact on our technologically based society.
indentify the legal concepts and rules associated with specific areas of law including torts, contracts, secured transactions, employment and agency, partnership and corporations, negotiable instruments and intellectual property.
describe the legal means of protecting technological innovations including licensing of use.
explain how the law and legal process relate to ethical and moral considerations in business.
display an understanding of the impact of environmental statutes and laws on business activities.
discuss the practical implications of corporate responsibility.
TMGT 7133 is offered as a part of the following programs:
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