Dr. Paul Muller graduated in 1997 from Brigham Young University with a bachelor of science degree in sociology. He earned a master of arts degree in 1999 and a doctoral degree in 2004, both in sociology from the University of New Hampshire. A member of the Mount Union faculty since 2004, Muller’s areas of specialization include criminology, family, social stress and mental health.
He teaches courses within the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice. Some of the courses he teaches include Introduction to Sociology, Introduction to Criminal Justice, Research Design, Juvenile Delinquency, Stress and Mental Health and Corrections and Family Violence. His current research interests include issues related to family violence as well as the health consequences of childhood exposure to stress.