2020-2021 Course Catalog

PHIL 100 Critical Thinking

develops the student's ability to identify and correct faulty reasoning, to distinguish between scientific and pseudoscientific reasoning, and to reason according to elementary valid argument patterns. Throughout the course, students examine and evaluate examples of good and bad reasoning and construct several extended arguments of their own on a variety of topics. This course is applicable toward all certificates and degrees; group requirements include humanities; areas of concentration include philosophy (credit hours 3.0, lecture hours 3.0). IAI:H4 906




eligibility for ENGL 101

Division and Department

Liberal Arts / Humanities