My passion for teaching stems from my Christian-based calling as a minister of the gospel and over 15 years of teaching experience as a university professor within the higher education. I have engaged in tutoring/teaching in a variety of settings (i.e., academic, ministerial, etc.). Witnessing the intellectual growth of others is clearly the driving force that motivates my interest in sharing knowledge with others. My experience within the discipline of sociology stems from the following: a... [more]
My experience within the discipline of sociology stems from the following: a) a PhD in Juvenile Justice (which is a component of Sociology), b) a Master's degree in Sociology, and c) over 15 years of teaching experience within the discipline of sociology. This includes numerous courses such as Introduction to Sociology, Sociology of Education, Social Problems, etc.
My qualifications stems from over 15 years of teaching criminal justice courses within higher education. This includes, but is not limited to, the following courses:1) Introduction to Criminal Justice Administration, 2) Crime and Social Causation, and 3) Research Methods in Criminal Justice. My overall teaching and research experience in CJ includes both graduate and undergraduate instruction as well as academic advisement.