Chris Cox, M.A.

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Bachelor's Program Faculty

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Social stratification; social problems; global sociology; sexuality; sociology of education; human rights.


M.A., Sociology, San Jose State University
B.A., Sociology, CSU San Bernardino


Chris Cox teaches Social Problems for the Psychology and Social Action program. He has 13 years of experience in higher education, including teaching the disciplines of Sociology and Global Studies in the community college and California State University systems. While an adjunct faculty member at Mission College in Santa Clara, CA, he helped to develop course curriculum for the Global Studies program; he has also been instrumental in the development of the Global Studies program at San Jose State University, where he is a Lecturer in the department of Sociology. He has led national and international service learning experiences for students to the Southwestern United States and El Salvador. Mr. Cox has received awards for excellence in teaching service learning courses, and his work with disabled students. Additionally, he works as a facilitator in a leadership training program with the MOSAIC multicultural center at SJSU. He is an active member of the California Faculty Association and the American Association of University Professors. He was a finalist in consideration for the Outstanding Lecturer Faculty of the Year award at SJSU (2010).

Chris Cox has an MA in Sociology from San Jose State University, and a BA in Sociology (minor in Spanish) from CSU San Bernardino. 

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