@ Centralia


Introduction to state and federal constitution, laws and procedures including international trade, crimes, torts, contracts, sales, property, bankruptcy, securities, consumer protection, employment, and debtor-creditor relationships. The relationship between ethics and law will be discussed.

Note: It is important to get started ASAP and manage your time wisely. Do not wait for me to contact you - online classes are very time-consuming. Success requires hard work, motivation, persistence, discipline and effort. If you log into the class regularly, participate in class discussions, submit all materials on time, and master the content materials, you have the potential to excel, not only in this class.


Adjunct Professor @ Centralia

To the left is a list of courses I teach at Centralia Online. Simply click on the title to go to the course page. I will post the most recent syllabus with meeting information and the book title for each semester. Each course will have a corresponding Canvas Instructional page which I will use throughout the semester.

Prior to each semester I ask students to fill out a course survey. Please take a few minutes at the beginning of the semester to fill out the appropriate course surveys:

Initial Student Survey
Zoom Class Session Archives

12/01/2020 - At this time all classes are online via LMS Canvas. Each course has its own Canvas page which you will log in to to complete the course. Class content is broken down in content modules which are dated to follow our syllabus. Please take note of the time line for exams and testing. If you have question or need to contact me, simply use the Canvas messaging 'inbox' service via the navigation menu.

All my courses will be managed via CC Canvas. Use your student ID and login to access your classes here: https://centralia.instructure.com/login/canvas