Punishment and the Death Penalty
Instructor: McKenzie Wood
Monday, August 26, 2013 - Friday, September 27, 2013
Instruction Mode: Internet-Asynchronous
Available Seats: 28 of 60
Academic Level: Undergraduate
Review of philosophical principles, policies, and procedures of punishment as used in the death penalty practices of the U.S.
What students say:
DCE classes are simple straightforward and are the epitome of convenience. From all of my experience with these classes, the professor has provided plentiful contact and I have never felt left in the dark. As long as the assigned work gets done (which may be the only difficulty as compared to campus classes) the courses are simple, the exams are easy, and you will really learn a lot. Most of these DCE classes include a discussion component that requires you to utilize a discussion board to push student to student interaction and free thought on the subject, even as I find this tedious and unnecessary, I can see the importance in expanding what you have learned through this process while simultaneously gaining interaction in an otherwise peerless setting.
- Cody, Fargo, ND