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Dec 09, 2019
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BUS 315 - Crit. & Creative Thnkng in Org
Critical and Creative Thinking in Organizations
Prerequisite: Completion of an LAC Tier 1A or Tier 1LT course

This course develops students' critical and creative thinking skills to improve their ability to analyze information, develop insightful explanations, solve problems, develop creative solutions and make decisions in an organizational context. The skills emphasized in this course include: critically analyzing and interpreting information and quantitative data, applying scientific research methods to an understanding of social phenomena, distinguishing between sound and fallacious reasoning, understanding cognitive biases, developing innovative insights into organizational behavior, developing creative solutions to problems, and writing analytically and persuasively. The course will emphasize clarity, precision, persistence and creativity in thinking, the value of questioning one's own assumptions and openness to multiple perspectives, intellectual humility and an appreciation for complexity. This is a Stage 2 writing enhanced course for business majors.

3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Levels: Undergraduate
Schedule Types: Lecture

Business Administration Department

Course Attributes:
Middle Level Writing Enhanced, LAC T2CE-Creative Expression

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