Available Summer term*
Ean H. Ng
404 Rogers Hall
This course is a survey of legal topics relevant to engineers, including basic of legal system, labor law, intellectual property, torts, and contracts. This is an introductory course, emphasizes on legal principles that can provide engineers with the ability to recognize legal issues that are likely to arise in the engineering profession and engineering management.
Note: This is an introductory course; students are advised to seek legal representation if he/she encounters legal issues.
- Legal principles applicable to engineering practices
- Systems of laws that govern engineering practices and business environment
- Intellectual property
- Employment law
The student, upon completion of this course, will be able to:
- Gain basic understanding of the legal system in the context of engineering practices and business environment.
- Gain substantive knowledge of intellectual property law, including patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secrets
- Gain basic understanding of contract and tort law
- Gain basic understanding of employment law and equal employment opportunity
* Engineering management courses regularly scheduled during the summer term may also be repeated during non-summer terms on a rotating basis. Please contact Engineering Management Program Director Ean H. Ng for information.