Dr. Julie K. Chisholm
Professor of Culture & Communication | California State University | Maritime Academy
EGL 225 Creative Writing
Emphasizes style and self-expression in prose and poetry. Through a combination of lecture, small class discussions, and intensive workshops, students will develop the elements of their own literary practice.
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EGL 220 Critical Thinking
Introduces the use of critical thinking skills with emphasis on examining those structures or elements of thought implicit in all argumentation: deductive and inductive reasoning; logical fallacies; implications, assumptions, and consequences; denotative and connotative elements in language; and rhetorical modes and methods.
HUM 400 Ethics
Examines ethical dilemmas from theoretical perspectives and considers their application to personal and social issues, with an emphasis on moral reasoning and decision-making.