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- General Education
- The General Education Program
- For students enrolled prior to Fall 2012
- Second Language Requirement
- General Education Outcomes
- Advising Guide for General Education
- Which General Education Program am I in?
- General Education Honors
- First Year Seminars
- Writing in the Discipline Requirement
Natural and social sciences require probabilistic reasoning, with special logical features. This course studies general principles of logic, special principles of probabilistic reasoning, their scientific applications, and common probabilistic fallacies.
4 credit hours
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