Mount St. Mary's College - Criminology
Mount Saint Mary's College

Criminology

Faculty

Because careers in Criminology cross many occupational areas, we have designed a program that addresses this multi-faceted field. Our criminology faculty therefore comes from a range of backgrounds. Courses are taught from a systems perspective that explores criminal behavior as the result of the interactions of family, culture, socioeconomic status, social structure, opportunities, socialization, community, and environment. Thus, our faculty possess expertise in social work, the court system, social justice, cultural and social diversity, sociology, psychology, and law enforcement, contributing to an in-depth and holistic understanding of crime, the individual and society.

Bunce, Charles
Charles Bunce, Assistant Professor, Film, Media & Communications
MA, Humanities, University of Chicago
Avid Certified Instructor

Ensley, Matthew
Matthew Ensley, Instructor, Sociology
MS Criminal Justice, California State University, Long Beach
BA Communication, Spanish, California State University, Long Beach
Member, Los Angeles Police Department

Gordon, Jim
Jim Gordon, Instructor, Sociology
PhD, Counseling Psychology, Sierra University
Masters, Sociology, Azusa Pacific University
BA, Business Administration/Economics, Cal Lutheran University

Haldeman, Pam
Dr. Pam Haldeman, Department Chair, Film, Media & Communications
PhD, Sociology, USC
BA, Sociology, Mount St. Mary's College

Harte, Sande
Dr. Sandra Harte, Department Chair, Sociology
PhD, Sociology, USC
MA in Sociology, USC
MA in MFT, USC
BA, Sociology, Mount St. Mary's College

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Jeffrey Phillips, Instructor, Sociology
PhD, Public Administration, La Verne University
MS, Public Administration, California State University, Los Angeles
BS, Criminal Justice, California State University, Los Angeles
Member, L.A.P.D.

Romero, Amanda
Amanda Romero, Assistant Professor, Sociology
EdD, Cal Lutheran
MSW, University of Southern California

BA, Sociology, Mount St. Mary's College