Business Law introduces you to the general principles of commercial law and to aspects of legal regulation which are especially relevant to the business community. These include company law, labour law, competition law, European Union law, environmental law, intellectual property law and human rights law.
The study of Business Law at Strathclyde is regarded not only as a vocational study but also as a broad liberal education. It is an interdisciplinary degree programme offered by the Business School together with the Law School in the Faculty of Humanities & Social Sciences, one of Scotland’s leading providers of legal education.
Business Law can be studied as a second subject only, within Strathclyde Business School’s BA programme. This means you can study Business Law as a joint Honours option only. Single Honours study of Business Law is not available.
Note: Taking Business Law within the BA degree will not qualify you for entry into the legal profession.