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FDCNC 350 Foundations Capstone:
Analytical Thinking and Moral Judgment
In this course students will learn how to make difficult decisions well. They will apply analytical thinking and moral judgment to problems with no easy solutions. Students will learn to identify important factors to consider, understand and articulate opposing viewpoints, analyze factual claims for accuracy, spot logical weaknesses in arguments, anticipate consequences of possible solutions, and think strategically. They will also discover how writing and preparing to present substantive positions can further sharpen heir analytical skills.
(Fall, Winter, Spring )
FDAMF 101, FDENG 201, FDSCI 101, Foundations Math Requirement