In the Critical Thinking and Decision Making course you will:
- Explore deductive thinking and meta-cognition in order to understand problems and how to solve them
- Analyze alternative solutions critically in order to identify types of evidence for or against alternative solutions
- Examine information literacy and research techniques for forming conclusions
- View real-world applications for argument diagramming, including assessing the strength of evidence and relating evidence to social and technical factors
- Apply Bayes's Law to determine event probability based on prior knowledge of related conditions
- Practice group decision-making processes by utilizing the Pugh Matrix and the Evaluation Matrix
For more detailed information, you may view the week by week schedule here.