PLS 302 METHODS OF CRITICAL REASONING
The first course for students who transfer in with an Associates in Arts or Sciences; not required of students who take BGS 201. Advanced skills in critical analysis, argumentation, and research. Analysis of arguments in popular and academic publications; evaluation of print- and web-based sources; comparison of quantitative and qualitative research; practical statistical literacy; and the
construction of reasoned arguments using a range of sources. Also available through External Studies Program in print-based format and over the Internet through RU Online.
There are no prerequisites listed for this course.
60SH or AA or AS