Equip yourself with the analytic, reflexive and critical thinking skills required for effective problem solving in the workplace.
The knowledge and skills you will develop
How do you tell a good idea from a bad one? Critical thinking is the ability to objectively analyse and evaluate arguments and ideas based on logic and evidence.
This module brings together courses that will hone your skills in the analytical, reflective thinking required for effective problem-solving in the workplace.
How this module can be useful in your career
Employers need people who can think clearly, evaluate information objectively and consider problems in a disciplined and rational way. These skills save organisations and companies time and money and help them to deliver better results.
Well-developed critical thinking skills will enhance your ability to contribute to your workplace at a high level. These skills will help you to succeed in nearly every career path, and are particularly useful for careers in business management, government, and software development.
The courses you can take
You must complete three of the courses listed below (45 points), including PHIL 105 Critical Thinking.
Each course is worth 15 points. Before you can enrol in a Stage II course you need to have passed the prerequisite courses for enrolment in that course.
Stage I course
Stage II courses
Power, Critique and Emancipation
Modern Political Thought
Social Reality and Ideology
Stage III courses
Theory and the Gothic