Introduction to Logic
This course is offered as an additional math course in the General Education requirements and is for students who have an ACT score above 24 or SAT above 550 and possess an ability to think analytically. It is a study of the most basic forms of reasoning and their linguistic, as well as symbolic, expressions. This course provides an introduction to the traditional theory of syllogism; contemporary symbolic logic; meaning and definitions; and the relationship of fallacies and argumentation. This course is taught from a sequential, algebraic operations approach and meant for students with a desire to expand their critical thinking skills.