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Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

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Problem Solving and Critical Thinking

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Problems always present themselves in life and they can be simple or complex—from what to wear to which political candidate to vote for. No matter what the problem is, students need to be able to think clearly about problems and come to solutions. Courses in Problem Solving and Critical Thinking help students master the skills needed to handle the range and intricacy of the many problems they face during their lives. These include courses in mathematics and statistics which strengthen quantitative reasoning skills and logic to help form valid and sound arguments.