CRT 100 5000 - Critical Thinking

Critical Thinking presents reasoning and problem-solving techniques. It begins with a description of the thinking process and proceeds to examine areas such as identifying and defining problems; understanding the roles of evidence, interpretation, and perception in reasoning; distinguishing between belief and knowledge; understanding the role of language; techniques for organizing information; and methods for building and analyzing arguments.

This is an elective course and is open to the general student population. Students placed in remedial courses must be at the 095 level (e.g., ESL095, ACR095, ENG095) in order to register for CRT100.

Course Credit: 3

Professor Ewa Barnes

Special Instructions and Information:

This is a hybrid course that meets every Tuesday from 3pm to 4:15pm in S737.