We offer 32 master's degree programs to prepare you for the next phase of your career
Family studies and gender-related issues, immigration, ethnicity and social change Dr. Das brings a comparative perspective to her teaching.
Ethics (Theoretical and Applied), Philosophy of Law, Environmental Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion
Europe in the Middle Ages, Crime & Social Control, Britain and Modern Ireland
International security studies, terrorism, weapons of mass destruction, homeland security.
Nineteenth and Twentieth Century American Literature, Southern Literature, American Poetry
Gothic novel, American literature, law & literature, New England witchcraft trials, disability in literature
Evidence-based practice; global crime and justice; criminal justice technology.
Youth gangs; transnational human trafficking; identity theft.
Crime and mental illness, mental health law, statistics and research design.
Mental illness & the criminal justice system; sex offender management policy; juvenile justice policy & practice.
Policing, Developmental Criminology, Quantitative Research Methods
Victims Of Crime, Particularly Spouse Abuse; International Criminal Justice; Legal Issues In Criminal Justice.
Mental health issues in the Criminal Justice system, especially Corrections; Self-handicapping behavior
Policing and Police Organizations, Public Health and Mental Illness, Comparative Policing, Gender
Crime Reporting, Corrections, Intimate Partner Violence, Sexual Assault.
Human trafficking, sexual violence, child maltreatment, victimology, and recovery of crime victims
Crimes of Violence, Terrorism/Counter-Terrorism, Homeland Sec., Natnl. Sec. & Counter-Intelligence/Counter-Espionage
Industrial Security and Education
Delinquency, criminology, & corrections.
Offender re-entry & recidivism, Registered sex offenders, Public policy-making, Environmental criminology, GIS, Spatial Analyses.
Methodology & statistical analysis; criminal careers.
Violence against women, human trafficking, trauma & memory, research methods.
Comparative Politics, International Relations, Middle East, Muslim World
Charles Dickens, Victorian Fiction, British Literature, Transatlantic Studies, Creative Nonfiction.
Research methods and human development
Old & Middle English Literature, History of English, Great Books, World Literature, Composition, Women Writers, Literary Theory, Film
Atlantic, Circum-Caribbean, Intellectual, Slavery and Abolition, Civil War & Reconstruction
Dr. Berkowitz’s graduate & undergraduate teaching (“Teaching is a first love”) has focused on community and social psychology.
Child Maltreatment, Psychology & Law, Memory for Trauma, Child Eyewitness Testimony, Prevention Science
Community psychology, workplace diversity and interpersonal dynamics
Composition and Literature
Domestic violence, with a specific focus on criminal justice & societal interventions; victimology; police organizations & behavior.
Homelessness, supported housing policy for persons with mental illnesses & other disabilities, health, mental health, criminal justice & other public services.
Personality, human development, & on-line teaching. Faculty Advisor Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology
Early Modern Europe, Renaissance Italy, Western Civilization
Sound recording technology
Musicianship & Music Business; Composition, Electroacoustic music, Music technology, Performance
Early American History, Public History
US Diplomatic History, Modern Chinese History, and Asian American History
Cambodian & Asian Studies & Culture
Genocide politics, mass media, sports
Music History, Jazz History
Immigration, Race & Ethnicity
Curriculum and Instruction
Poetry & Poetics
Clinical & community psychology
Human sexuality, research methods, & distance learning
Methods and social policy
Youth participatory action research, Critical community psychology, Conflict transformation and peacebuilding, Northeast India/South Asia
American Politics, Parties and Interest Groups, Public Policy
Social theory, social stratification, political sociology, war & peace, globalization
U.S. History, Labor Studies, Global Development, Industrial History
Research methods, statistics, adolescent psychopathology, emerging adulthood
Labor economics, the economics of disability, applied econometrics
American Politics, Political Theory, Media Studies
Visual art & visual culture
American Politics, Politics and Sports, State and Local Politics
Health Communication, Health Campaign Design, Health Psychology, Research Methods & Statistics
Rhetoric & Composition
ESL Exposition, the Research Process, Linguistic Analysis, Gender & Nineteenth Century British Gothic Fiction, British Travel Literature & National Identity.
Ethics, Feminist Theory
Neuropsychology, psychophysiology & autism spectrum disorders (ASD)
Health psychology, psychophysiology, victimization & women's health
Metaphysics, Feminist Philosophy
Adult development & aging, adolescence, personality, cross-cultural psychology, the psychology of gender & research methods, service learning
Instrumental ensembles, conducting, music technology & music education
War and peace, social movements, complex organizations
Lifespan development, applied developmental psychology, cross-cultural development & psychological assessment
Rhetoric/Composition, First-Year Writing, 19th, 20th, & 21st Century British Literature, Travel Writing, British Empire & National Identity
Critical Cultural & Rhetorical Studies, Rhetoric and Composition, Affect Theory, Neurorhetoric
Economic growth and development, income inequality, migration
Aesthetics, Philosophy of Mind, American Philosophy
Business Law, Family Law, Real Estate Law
Contemporary literature (American & postcolonial), literary theory, Asian American studies, narrative theory, gender & sexuality, Marxism
Experimental Economics, Environmental Economics, Public Policy
British Literature pre-1642; Honors Program
Technology, Society & Human Values
Cognitive psychology, statistics, psychology of consciousness, abnormal psychology
Applied Macro and Micro Models, Energy & Environmental Economics, Economics of Occupational Health
Sensation and perception, research methods and statistics, portals of consciousness, computer applications in psychology, neuropsychology, and chaos and nonlinear dynamics applications in psychology
Civil Liberties, Constitutional Law, Political Leadership
Modern European History, Economic History
Poetry, Twentieth Century American Literature
International Trade, International Migration, Economic Growth & Development
Music Studies, Choral and Community, Choral Music, World Music
American Politics, Political Psychology, Political Communication, Electoral Politics
Performance, Woodwinds, Instrumental conducting, instrumental ensembles
Developmental psychology and research methods
Choral conducting, music history
American Politics, The Congress, Electoral Politics
Applied Ethics, Engineering Ethics, Ethics and Technology
Compostion and Literature
Musicianship and Musicology
Music Performance- Guitar
American Studies; a globally oriented American Literary Studies (especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries); Political & Critical Theory; Public Humanities & Digital Humanities; Gender & LGBQ Studies
Middle Eastern History, Islamic World, Death Studies
African American, Caribbean and Nineteenth & Twentieth century American literature
U.S. Environmental, Labor, & Women's History
Labor Economics, Community Economic Development, Public Policy Analyst
Sound recording technology, music theory
Community psychology and women's studies
Gender studies, women & work, qualitative research methods, & the sociology of disabilty
Eighteenth & Nineteenthcentury British Literature, The British Novel, Women Writers
School level improvement and professional learning.
Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century European Philosophy, Eastern and Comparative Philosophy and Religion, Ethics and Social-Political Philosophy
19th & early 20th century American Literature, American Women Novelists, Mystery & Detective Fiction
Composition and Literature; Renaissance Literature
American Political Culture
Development Economics, Microfinance
Areas of expertise include social change, work and inequality, and gender and science.
Applied Voice, Choral Ensembles
Philosophy of war, peace, and nonviolence, world philosophy and religion, aesthetics and philosophy of art, philosophy of sex, GLBTQ studies, and Middle East studies.
Music Education and Music Technology
Environmental sociology, participatory communications, public sociology
British Literature I and II, Renaissance and Seventeenth-Century Literature, Poetry, Literature and Women
Theatre Arts, Faculty Advisor - Off Broadway Players
Applied Behavior Analysis in the treatment of autism; Experimental Analysis of Behavior; auditory & visual discrimination learning; simulation in distance-learning applications.
Sound recording technology, music theory, electronic ensemble
Journalism, American Studies, Composition and Popular Culture
Psychological issues of migration, qualitative research methods, narrative analysis
Japan, U.S. History, Radicalism, Reform
Greek Philosophy, Modern German Thought, Rhetoric and Theories of Argument, Hermeneutics
Composition Pedagogy, Information Literacy, British Modernism, Cinema Studies, & Cultural Studies
Creative Nonfiction, Literary Journalism
Global, Comparative, Transnational, Native American and African History
Business Writing, Early Twentieth Century British Fiction, Oral Communication, Editing & Publishing
American Courts, American Public Administration & Public Policy.
International Trade, Labor Economics
Sound Recording Technology
Comparative Politics, International Relations, Southeast Asian Politics
Susan contributes to/integrates service learning in her courses, giving students real life and work skills.
20th Century American Literature & Culture, American Philosophy & Intellectual History, Cold War Studies, Aesthetic & Literary Theory.
Civil Litigation, Employment Law, Business Law, Trade Secrets, Noncompete Agreements
Community Psychology, Cultural Psychology, Race, Discrimination, & Social Justice Research, Educational Psychology
Cognitive Psychology, Human Memory and Cognition, Applying Cognitive Psychology to Education, Metacognition, False Memory, Cognitive Errors
Media Politics, Political Communication, Research Methods
Public Policy, International Political Economy, British Politics
Modern French and European History
Acting, Directing, The Creative Processes, Cross Cultural Exchange, Ensemble & Group Dynamics, Native/Indigenous Studies, Expressive Therapies, Improvisation, Clowning, Visual Arts
Orchestral conducting, Strings
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