(one course) Most students fulfill this requirement during the fall semester of their first year. If a CTS does not fit into a student's fall semester, there are additional CTS courses offered in the spring semester.
Critical Thinking Seminars are spread throughout the curriculum so that students can select from a wide range of different disciplines and knowledge.
Courses that meet the Critical Thinking Seminar requirement:
(The courses listed below also fulfill an LO1 requirement.)
|ART 103||Design Lab (CP)||3|
|CHEM 121||Principles of Chemistry I (NSL, WV)||4|
|COMM 103||Introduction to Communication (CP)(WV for CRN 72232 only)||3|
|ECON 252||Principles of Microeconomics (CRN 71401 only) (SSII)||3|
|HUST 197W (In)famous Women: History, Myth and Legend (HP, WP, WV, GL, SR)||4|
|MUS 150||Voices in Time: A Critical Thinking Seminar (CP, WV)||3|
|PHIL 110||Introductory Philosophy (CRN 71535 only) (PW, WV, SR)||3|
|POSC 151W Political Issues (SSI, WP)||4|
|RLST 101||Introducing Religious Studies (RTI, WV for CRN 71288 only) (RTI, IC for CRN 71951 only)||3|
|SOC 203||Social Problems (CRN 71531 only) (SSII, GL, SR)||3|
|SOC 255||Race, Ethnicity, and Identity in the United States (SSI, SR, IC)||3|
|SW 202||Introduction to Social Work (CRN 71383 only) (PA, WV, SR)||3|