This course examines issues in recent history as a means to introduce, develop and enhance critical thinking skills and to supplement writing, oral communication, library and computing skills objectives for General Education Cluster One. A seminar format allows for careful examination of issues in both oral and written formats. The course emphasizes the development and articulation of well-reasoned arguments in organized and grammatically acceptable prose. May be used for general education credit. May not be used for major credit. Enrollment Requirements: Prerequisite: Freshman or Sophomore Standing Only If you have already completed, or are currently registered for, a Cluster One Critical Thinking class, you must secure permission to receive credit for a second Cluster One Critical Thinking class.
Spring 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018, Spring 2018