Critical Thinking provides opportunities for students to practice skills in both intellectual and personal development. Throughout the course, students will examine cognitive development, sound inductive argument development, biases and fallacies in decision formation, and problem solving skills. Students will apply these aspects of thought formation and critical thinking skills to writing development, goal setting, social analysis, and problem solving. This course satisfies three credit hours of the General Education humanities requirement for all Associates in Arts, Science, and Diversified Studies degrees.
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