PHIL 103 - Critical Thinking
Offers logical and effective approaches to addressing everyday complexities using logic and critical thinking tools to decipher and understand social, political, moral, philosophical and other forms of reasoning. The course affords students an opportunity to become aware of and develop intellectual skills that build strong reasoning and analytic abilities. Critical thinking describes what constitutes an argument, examines rhetoric and fallacious reasoning as well as the roles that language and culture can play in everyday reasoning. Critical thinking provides the thinking skills necessary to effectively function in a complex global society and provides an understanding of barriers to good reasoning. Course offered every fall, spring and may be offered during additional sessions.
Prerequisite(s): and ESOL 054 or ACLT 052 or ACLT 053; and MATH 081
General Education: Arts and Humanities (A)
Common Course Outline: PHIL 103 CCO
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