Mohamad Abdel Haq
Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Mohammad Abdel Haq is an adjunct professor of sociology at Saddleback College, Mt. San Antonio College, Fullerton College and California State University, Fullerton. He graduated from La Roche College in Pittsburgh, PA with a B.S. in Administration and Management in 2003. Recently, he was awarded his M.A. in Sociology from CSUF. His research interests lie in sociology of religion, sociology of education, collective behavior, and deviance.
2013, M.A., Sociology, California State University, Fullerton
2003, B.S., Administration and Management, La Roche College
Courses Regularly Taught:
Social Psychology, Collective Behavior, Writing for Sociology Students, Introduction to Sociology, Criminology, Statistics, and Sociology of Religion.
Thesis: “The Collective Consciousness of Atheism: How do Atheists’ Social and Political Frameworks Differ from Protestants in the United States?” - California State University, Fullerton, CA
Fazzino, Lori L., Michael Ian Borer, and Mohammed Abdel Haq. “The New Moral Entrepreneurs: Atheist Activism and Performed Political Deviance.” in The Death and Resurrection of Deviance, edited by M. Dellwing, J.A. Kotarba, and N. Pino. New York: Palgrave Macmillian.