2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    Feb 24, 2021  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]


Major Requirements   Minor Requirements  


Jon Shefner, Head

Frey, R.S., PhD – Colorado State
Jalata, A., PhD – State University of New York (Binghamton)
Jones, R.E., PhD – Washington State
Presser, L., PhD – Cincinnati
Shefner, J., PhD – California (Davis)

Associate Professors
Bohon, S.A., PhD – Penn State
Brown, M., PhD – Indiana
Dahms, H.F., PhD – New School for Social Research
Gellert, P.K., PhD – Wisconsin

Assistant Professors
Christian, M., PhD – Duke
Ergas, C., PhD – Oregon
Henricks, K., PhD – Loyola
Ray, V., PhD – Duke
Wall, T., PhD – Arizona State

Chumakov, Y., PhD – Notre Dame

Adjunct Faculty
Chen, C., PhD – Washington State

The undergraduate curriculum emphasizes the theme of social justice through coursework and research in the areas of criminal justice/criminology, political economy, and environmental issues and globalization. Students develop an understanding of both everyday social behavior and the structural factors that contribute to social injustice and inequality within the community, region, nation and world. Students also acquire the methodological tools to identify and critically analyze social phenomena, trends and policies. The program also helps students gain the international and intercultural knowledge they will need to understand the challenges of the 21st century.