Which one of these online classes would you drop?
>Principles of Sociology
>US History To 1877
Dude's not asking which is the most important topic. He's asking which is the least valuable CLASS. If he already knows some basic stuff about how to think critically then he doesn't need some crappy class on it.
history... the other three will actually give you something to use. the history class is just some fact regurgitation. you could just read a damn history book on your own and get the exact same out of it. it will be boring as hell anyway unless you're already interested
US history to 1877
1500s or whatever
>spanish faggot "finds" land that vikings found hundreds of years before
1500s - 1700s
>brits come to the land and fuck up as many native americans as possible, some of them are leaders who end up forming the USA
>slaves are a problem all of a sudden and civil war happens
that's literally all you have to know. if you knew the equivalent of that for every country in the world, you'd be considered a well-cultured, smart person. You don't have to know this fucking miniscule, bullshit, negligible details that some history professor is acting like is important and you just need to know. fuck that noise. read a book about US history if you're interested yourself or do something else with your time.
critical thinking is definitely the most important class there, and then #2 is a tie between sociology and psychology. business people take psychology so that they can fuck over business partners and shit. it's useful. really, those three classes, sociology, psychology, and critical thinking are a p god-tier selection if you're just taking some online classes part-time.
>Principles of Sociology
Sociology classes are Marxist poison. Unless you want to hear about "white privilege" and how more handouts will fix all of America's problems, drop it.
Sometimes there's a "cultural diversity" requirement or some crap as a requirement for your major though. Look into that. I assume you're Undecided and just doing some pre-reqs?
this is the description of the sociology class
>This course is designed to be a student's first college-level sociology class. The topics to be covered include: the history of sociology, the methods, fields, and vocabulary of sociology; the social interaction of persons and groups; the process of socialization and social structures; social institutions such as family, religion and education. Through this course students should learn "what is sociology?" as well as how sociology fits with other academic disciplines and how sociology can be used outside of the classroom.
and i'm just taking some classes online from a local community college. I'm undecided and all of that.
history is definitely below sociology if we're talking about taking an online class. the history class will literally be
>read this shit
>you read that shit? take a quiz on it, now.
i guarantee it.
My critical thinking course spent most of our time studying Socrates, logical fallacies, and explaining why moral and aesthetic relativism are false.
My professor even liked to talk shit about Bolshevism and Marx since he came from an ex-soviet state.
>critical thinking course (who even knows what the fuck thats supposed to mean)
>US history to 1877
if you can find a good history teacher you will have the best time of your life. i had a teacher named professor hill that was one of the best teachers of the American south I ever knew.
>gee i wonder
drop crit thinking if the professor if more of a fag than the one for psych
nigga gets it