Upper division classes are generally open to students who have satisfied the Junior Rising requirement of the College of Business at Idaho State University.  In addition to the Infomatics courses, below are a sample of upper division elective courses.

Law

HCA 3375 Health Care Law 3 credits.
Principles governing application of contemporary law to health care organizations and personnel, standards of care, and liability for breach of care. Examines tort, contract, and statutory law related to health care delivery. S
POLS 3345 Jurisprudence and Legal Systems  3 credits.
Nature, source, and theories of law; the role of law in modern society; and the application of legal philosophy to the political system. D
ANTH g4479 Tribal Governments 3 credits
Complex legal position of Indian tribes as self governing entities; principles of inherent powers; governmental organization, lawmaking, justice, relation to state and federal government. Cross-listed as POLS g4479. D
M C 4440 Media Law and Ethics 3 credits
Principles of the law of libel, privacy, copyright, obscenity, press freedom, responsibility and ethics as they apply to the news media. R2
POLS g4478 Federal Indian Law 3 credits
Examination of tribal governments; their relationship with the federal government; sovereignty, jurisdictional conflicts over land and resources; and economic development. Crosslisted as ANTH g4478. D
POLS g4479 Tribal Governments 3 credits
Complex legal position of Indian tribes as selfgoverning entities; principles of inherent powers; governmental organization, lawmaking, justice, relation to state and federal government. Cross-listed as ANTH g4479. D
POLS g4404 The Legislative Process 3 credits.
Nature and functions of the U.S. Congress. Topics covered: legislative campaigns, the politics of lawmaking, congressional investigations, and major problems facing the Congress. S
POLS g4441 Administrative Law 3 credits.
Introductory survey of the legal principles defining governmental administrative processes. Topics include judicial review, tort liability of governments and offices, rules and rule-making, due process, and the limits of administrative discretion. D
POLS g442 Constitutional Law 3 credits.
Analysis of opinions of the United States Supreme Court concerning the distribution of authority between the national government and the states and the relationship among the branches of the national government. F
POLS g4443 Constitutional Law 3 credits.
Analysis of opinions of the United States Supreme Court with a special emphasis on criminal cases and civil liberties. S
PSYC g4463 Clinical Psychology and the Law 3 credits
An introduction to the field of forensic psychology by exposing students to the primary areas in which clinical psychology relates to the legal system. Emphasis will be on expert testimony by clinicians in matters of criminal responsibility, mental competency, civil commitment, and child custody. D
ACCT g4433 Legal Environment of Accounting 3 credits
Study of legal issues facing accountants, including business law, forms of organizations, and regulatory requirements. PREREQ: MGT 261. F
ANTH g4478  Federal Indian Law 3 credits
Examination of tribal governments; their relationship with the federal government; sovereignty, jurisdictional conflicts over land and resources; and economic development. Crosslisted as POLS g4478. D
MGT 3362 Business Law 3 credits
Traditional business law. Topics include the law of contracts, sales, agencies, business organizations, and personal property and bailments. PREREQ: MGT 2261. D
MGT g4480 Labor and Employment Law 3 credits
Study of state and federal laws, domestic and foreign, governing employment relationships, including labor-management relations, discrimination and employee rights, work place safety, compensation and benefits, and related topics. PREREQ: MGT 2261. F
ENGR g4483 Engineering Law and Ethics 3 credits
Contracts, liability, registration laws, codes of ethics and professionalism applied to engineering. Includes seminar with guest speakers and student presentations. PREREQ: Senior standing in Engineering.. F
PHAR 5550 Pharmacy Law 2 credits.
The study of federal and state statutes, regulations and court decisions which control the practice of pharmacy and drug distribution; and an introduction to civil liability in pharmacy practice. PREREQ: Third professional year. S

ETHICS

BIOS 2230 Bioethics 3 credits.
Examination of recent advances in biology and medicine in relation to basic ethical theories and traditional value systems. Focuses on human reproduction, genetic engineering, medical care, humans as experimental subjects, environmental issues, and death and dying. D
PHIL 1103 Introduction to Ethics 3 credits.
An introduction to philosophy through an analytical and historical study of major ethical theories. The course will focus on the basis of judgments and reasoning concerning questions of good and bad, right and wrong. Satisfies Goal 8 of the General Education Requirements. F, S. PHIL 201 Introduction to Logic 3 credits. An introduction to the concepts and methods of deductive and inductive logic, with special emphasis on the use of logical methods to identify, analyze,
PHIL 2230 Bioethics 3 credits.
An examination of ethical issues that arise in medical practice and biotechnology. Includes an overview of ethical theories and principles. F, S
M C 4440 Media Law and Ethics 3 credits.
Principles of the law of libel, privacy, copyright, obscenity, press freedom, responsibility and ethics as they apply to the news media. R2
POLS g4458 Public Administration Ethics 3 credits.
A course in applied ethics serving to educate students from a theoretical and a practical point of view. The course provides an historical and social perspective of ethics in public administration. D
MGT 2261 Legal Environment of Organizations 3 credits.
Covers the legal, ethical, social, economic, political, and regulatory environment of business. Topics include: Business ethics, constitutional law, tort law, product liability, antitrust, employment law, securities regulation, and bankruptcy. PREREQ: Sophomore standing. F, S, Su
ENGR g4483 Engineering Law and Ethics 3 credits.
Contracts, liability, registration laws, codes of ethics and professionalism applied to engineering. Includes seminar with guest speakers and student presentations. PREREQ: Senior standing in Engineering.. F
DENT 4408 Ethics and Jurisprudence 2 credits.
The study of legal, ethical, and moral responsibilities of health care professionals as related to the practice of dental hygiene. Licensure, legal terminology and the Idaho Dental Practice Act will be discussed. F
IDEP g4444 Values and Ethics 1 credit.
Designed to identify and understand one's own ethical decision-making processes and the relationship of religion with values and ethics. Students will discuss the areas of value of care for people as individuals, challenges of personal and professional opportunities, code of ethics of the A.D.A. and dental care delivery systems. Graded P/NP. F
HCA 3350 Organizational Behavior in Health Care 3 credits.
Study of individual and group behavior in HCOs. Topics include social responsibility and ethics; decision making; motivation; leadership; communication; power, politics and stress; organizational culture, change and development. F
HCA 3375 Health Care Law 3 credits.
Principles governing application of contemporary law to health care organizations and personnel, standards of care, and liability for breach of care. Examines tort, contract, and statutory law related to health care delivery. S
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