Need a Summer Course? Try Introduction to Logic

Looking for a summer course you can take online? Reserve a seat in Dr. Melinda Hall’s Introduction to Logic course (3546-PHIL-104Q-OL1), which is completely online from June 20 to July 19 and counts as a Quantitative Reasoning (Q) course. In this course, we will discuss how arguments are made and learn what differences hold between good and bad arguments. This core philosophical training is invaluable and will serve you well elsewhere (including the LSAT). Logic is only one branch of philosophy, but it comprises fundamental skills of argumentation and analysis important throughout philosophy and for every other field of study.