Myanmar Institute of Business > Diploma Classes > ABE Endorsed > ABE Diploma in Business Law Curriculum

ABE Diploma in Business Law Curriculum

Program

Diploma in Business Law

Teaching hour 2 hrs. per session x 2 sessions per week
Duration 3 months teaching
Program fee 450,000 MMK per program

Learning Objectives

  • To be able to provide knowledge about how the law impacts on businesses.
  • It considers Company Law, Contracts, Consumer protection and Civil Liability and

Lecturer

U Kyaw Zaya

  • MD (MVP Law Firm)
  • LLB, DBL,M.A(Business Law),University of Yangon
  • Taught over 15 years in different institution in Myanmar with Specialization in Myanmar Law, Business Law.

Module Outline

  • Understand the requirements for company formation and the legal status of a company.
  • Understand the requirements for a valid contract including the meaning and effect of terms.
  • Describe the impact of statutory consumer protection on the parties to a contract and know the remedies available to the parties of a contract.
  • Explain the law of negligence and its impact on business, their employees and others and understand the extent of liability.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the law of nuisance and employers vicarious liability.

Assessment

  • Attendance 15%, Extra Curriculum 15% (Teaching sessions)
  • Group assignment or Group Presentation 30% (Group of 3 to 5 Persons)
  • Due Date: 2 weeks before the last day of class
  • Closed booked quizzes 40%
    1. (1) 40 Multiple Choice of 3 Answers - 1 hours
    2. (2) Exam Date: 2 weeks after the end of class
    3. (3) Total result 100%
    4. (4) 75% to 100% - Distinction
    5. (5) 50% and above - Passed
    6. (6) 49% and below - Failed
    7. (7) Result will be out within 2 weeks after the quiz exam

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand the requirements for Company formation and the legal status of a company.
  • Understand the requirements for a valid contract including the meaning and effect of terms.
  • Describe the impact of statutory consumer protection on the parties to a contract and know the remedies available to the parties of a contract.
  • Explain the law of negligence and its impact on businesses, their employees and others and understand the extent of liability.
  • Demonstrate an understanding of the law of nuisance and employers vicarious liability.
Scroll to top