HLS-355 Critical Thinking for Homeland Security
Offers an overview of critical thinking and its applications in the homeland security context. The focus is on essential elements of thought, asking the right questions, uncovering fallacies in reasoning and statistical misrepresentations. Evidence evaluation in a homeland security setting is featured with several examples interpreting real-world information.
Advisory: This is an upper-level course. Students should have knowledge and skills in critical thinking.
- Online Courses (HLS-355-OL):
- Aug 2016, Sep 2016, Oct 2016, Nov 2016, Dec 2016, Jan 2017, Feb 2017, Mar 2017
Semester Hours: 3
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