IDS 1010 - Critical Thinking
3 sem hrs cr
This course teaches the tools and methodologies of critical thinking including inductive and deductive reasoning, principles of logic, categorization of values, argumentation, problem solving, etc. It analyzes the process of how individuals think and how certain views are developed. The impact of beliefs on social, civic and economic thinking in contemporary American is also addressed. Critical thinking tools are also applied to a variety of additional topics such as current events and ethical issues. Prerequisite: Documented eligibility for collegiate level English
In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.
Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
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