This course doesn’t aim to be a complete critical thinking course, instead it focuses on different aspect of decision making. The course is taught by Rob Stone from University of California, Irvine Extension. It is also a part of Career Success specialisation, created by the same university. The specialisation is focused on skills like project management, productivity, finance management, communication, business writing, negotiations, and entrepreneurship.
The course can teach you how to apply appropriate methods of problem solving and decision making, how to identify common obstacles, how to take into account a human factor. You can also study how to assess different blocks and challenges, how to enhance personal and organizational performance, and how to explain concepts of decision making to other people.
Unfortunately the course mostly teaches the main concepts of these topics without much of practical work. So it can serve as a starting point, of you can look for other courses about decision making which have more practice for students. The course has some examples, but it is up to students to implement something like this in their life.
I recommend to check for yourself if you are interested, you can also look for course reviews to make your own opinion. But better don’t have too high expectations from the course.
Here is one aspect of decision making I know about: people usually have a confirmation bias so they tend to look for information to confirm their opinions and belief. So if you are going to check reviews for this or any other course, look more closely for non-positive reports. Thus you can focus on the information that do not confirm the idea that the course is very good and you need to take it. You can also look from another point of view: many courses have good reviews but it does not mean you should take them all.