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When you want to get the best flexible business degree in Law that will offer a combination of legal and business proficiency, then a NAHCEU business law degree is your best bet. This expertise is particularly vital for wannabe attorneys, corporate executives, and entrepreneurs. In addition to learning legal theories, students will become skilled at regulatory climates that affect business policies and decisions as well as explore various ethical issues. Upon graduation, our students would have gained the necessary tools for a successful journey into different industries including, agency compliance and new business endeavors.

Business Law Degree Courses

A business degree in Law equips students with analytical skills to handle business challenges from a legal point of view while further training them through such courses such as –

  • Applied Ethics
  • Argumentation
  • Business Law
  • Business, Law, and Society
  • Consumer Protection Law
  • Copyright and Intellectual Property in the Electronic Age
  • Court Room Oratory
  • Foundations in American Business Law
  • Introduction to Corporate Tax Law and Policy
  • Justice and Everyday Life
  • Justice Theory
  • Law, Culture, and Community
  • Marketing and Business Performance
  • Persuasive Writing on Public Issues
  • Philosophy of Law
  • Real Estate Law
  • Rhetorical Studies
  • The Global Legal Community
  • Topics in Concepts and Issues of Justice

Careers In Business Law

Armed with a business degree in Law, you can hit the ground running when you graduate. You can choose to go on with graduate programs in Law, economics, or any other business-oriented field or venture into any of the under-listed careers –




Median Salary*

Administrative Services Managers



Chief Executives 



Compliance Managers  



Construction Managers  



Cost Estimators 






General and Operations Managers  



Industrial Production Managers 



Investment Fund Managers 



Loss Prevention Managers 



Management Analysts 



Political Scientists



Regulatory Affairs Managers  



Sales Managers 



Security Managers 



Social and Community Service Managers



Storage and Distribution Managers 



Supply Chain Managers  



Transportation Managers 



*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).

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Application Requirements

All students are required to meet general university and NAHCEU admission requirements.

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