This course introduces logic and critical thinking. It covers persuasion, argument, semantic and logical consistency, and the accurate use of language, both meaning and structure. It evaluates the effects of advertising, politics, religion, and the news media. The course also explores the gulf between reasoning in theory and in practice. Students critically evaluate world philosophies, religions, cultural influences, and history, and analyze deductive and inductive proofs through categorical and sentential logic.
BHMT participants are responsible for making sure selected course(s) will transfer to the accepting institution.