Dr. McCann is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Criminology. He received his PhD in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Washington State University. Dr.McCann is an experienced college professor having taught a wide variety of courses at the undergraduate and master’s level as well as in face-to-face and blended/online courses at CUNY-John Jay College of Criminal Justice, University of Idaho, Colorado Mesa University, and his alma mater Washington State University. His teaching and research interests focus on criminal law, immigration, terrorism, and political crime. He has recently published Courts: A text/reader and is currently working on another book for Routledge that examines the historical evolution of immigration and criminal justice policy in light of different domestic and foreign policy agendas. This fall, Dr. McCann is teaching Introduction to Criminology (CRI 100) and Judicature (CRI 201). In spring 2019, he will teach Criminal Law and Procedure (CRI 301) and International Terrorism (CRI 340).
- CRI 100 Introduction to Criminolgy
- CRI 201 Judicature
- CRI 301 Criminal Law and Procedure
- CRI 340 International Terrorism