CRIT150G - Critical Thinking in the Humanities

Credits: 3

This is a reading, writing, and speaking course that applies critical thinking skills to an interdisciplinary theme, aesthetic frame, complex issue, or other broad area of investigation within the Humanities. Students will develop a sophisticated understanding of how facts, assumptions, implications, inferences, opinions, and bias work, and then make careful observations, and draw thoughtful conclusions about the texts that they work with. (Fulfills Humanities requirement.)

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