COURSES TAUGHT

During my tenure at CSULA I have taught the following courses:

(1) FIN 205 - Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business I

(formerly "Foundations of Business Law")
"Development and functions of common law, mercantile law, and the courts; law contracts and sales."
(2) FIN 261R - Law for the Business Manager
"Law of contracts, agency, business organizations, sales, lnegotiable instruments, antitrust, and administrative agencies."
(3) FIN 305 - Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business II
(formerly "Commercial Law")

            "Forms of business organization; partnerships, corporations; securities regulation, commercial paper,
             bankruptcy, legal responsibilities of accountants and business management."

(4) FIN 335 - Personal Portfolio and Risk Management

            "Understanding and planning of personal finance; managing basic personal assets including financial assets, real
             assets, insurance, and retirement; extensive analysis of risk management of assets, liabilities and equisty in
             a personal portfolio context."

(5) FIN 338 - Real Estate Principles

"Economics of land ownership and use; fundamentals of ownership, financing, appraisal, management, and transfer of residential and other real property."
(6) FIN 339 - Real Estate Practice
"Analysis of real estate contracts, agency and brokerage relationships, physical components of real estate, private ownership interests, documents of transfer, escrows, title insurance, recording, and professional licensing."
(7) FIN 381 - Real Estate Law
"Legal aspects of real property ownership and management; emphasis on California law affecting escrows, contracts, licensing, brokerage, coownership, deeds, conveyances, trust deeds, mortgages, titles, encumbrances, estates in land, and leases."
(8) FIN 432 - Real Estate Management
"Management of real property as part of the real estate industry; nature, functions, scope of management principles, services, property care, tenant relations, and records."
 (9) FIN 500 - Business Finance and Law

           "Legal and financial theories and applications pertaining to a business orgznization: forms of business organizations,
            business organizations law, capital markets, analysis of financial statements, securities law, security valuation,
            bankruptcy, and reorganization."


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