Not too easy. Not too difficult.
I would highly recommend this course at Westmoreland County Community College because the concepts learned revolve around contracts and how they influence our society's actions. It is important for people to understand these concepts to stay out of trouble and understand how the systems around them are working.
This course delved heavily into contract law, ranging from the rights of an individual in a contract to the limitations on contracts due to public policy and law. We learned how to go about law suits, and the actions that would be appropriate for particular types of cases. We also learned about how contracts are formed, how important wording is, and how many times people engage unknowingly into contracts.
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Advice for students:
Work on the case questions at the end of each chapter to become familiarized with the concepts and how they can be applied to real life scenarios. And of course, read the book as the class progresses without procrastinating because it can be easy to fall behind.