MPYE LAW 7402
The objective of this course is for students to be able to identify legal problems in the environment of IT.
To enable students to develop a genuine understanding of the legal implications for new information and communication technologies (including e-commerce) .
PGE-1: Acquire fundamental skills
PGE-5 : Acquire ethical reasoning
Principles of Law
Students should not memorize texts, since all exams will be open book, but learn to apply legal concepts discussed in class to fact patterns involving technology laws issues. Grading will be on a scale of 0 to 20. A grade of 10 is average, a grade of 20 perfection and a grade of 0 a nullity. Due to the limited session, you will have one open book final exam, which will be a case study.
I do not give extra credit or make-up work. All absences during the exam will result in a zero, unless justified with the Registrar, who will communicate to me directly whether she has accepted to excuse the absence. In such a case, and only with the Registrar’s approbation, will I offer a replacement exam at a time and place agreed upon.
Lectures, student presentations and case studies
PowerPoint presentations, texts and cases to read will be sent to every registered students . All are obligatory and should be read before the designated class. Suggested Readings will be given during the first course.
Master of Science