Course Descriptions

Search Courses by Discipline:


PHIL-201

Logic and Critical Thinking

Credit(s): 3

PHIL 201 is a general introduction to the reasoning skills and psychological approaches used for effective decision making, problem solving, and argument analysis and evaluation. This course provides instruction in skills essential to success in everyday life, citizenship, and as a professional in any career. It fulfills the critical thinking requirement for the A.A. degree, but does not fulfill an arts and humanities requirement for either the A.A. or A.S. degrees. Lecture: 3 hours each week Recommended: ENGL 101 and/or COMM 101