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|FRST 1002 - CRITICAL THINKING AND READING|
Prerequisite: Open only to freshmen. This is a freshman seminar.
A freshmen seminar designed with the goal of improving reading and critical thinking skills. Emphasis is on active reading with attention to analysis and criticism of authors' ideas and arguments, as well as improving students' ability to compare points of view and defend their own ideas. Faculty teaching FRST 1002 assign their individual sections specific titles, reflecting the course's content and readings. Attendance is mandatory. Grade of C or better is required to satisfy the College’s competency requirement.
4.000 Credit hours
4.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Seminar
General Studies Division
First Year Studies Department
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classifications:
Critical Reading Competency 7
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