Dean, Faculty of Organisational and Political Psychology
Dr. Dan Jordan is a California licensed social psychologist. He has an inter-field Doctor of Philosophy degree in psychology and education from Claremont Graduate School. His has focused his career on advocating for equality and social justice, developing systems of care, writing grants, consulting, and conducting applied research. He has 30 years years of experience in mental health, human services, health care systems, and in politics in the California State legislature. With a long-standing commitment to human rights and social justice, Dan has advocated for and worked to improve equal access and cultural competency in all areas of health and human services. In addition to numerous published works, Dan has developed continuing education courses such as "The Clinician and Social Justice." With his far-reaching efforts, Dan has created educational opportunities for those who are not fortunate enough to obtain an education. He is a dedicated lecturer who teaches courses such as "Social Problems" and "Racial and Ethnic Relations." Dr Jordan is continually developing strategies to advocate for social justice and the need to include human rights and equality as a part of contemporary social dialogue. He is a member of Psychologists for Social Responsibility.
On a part-time basis, most candidates are anticipated to complete their degree requirements within eighteen months. The determining criteria are dedication and the candidate’s previous academic and professional portfolio.