Bowen earns Doctorate in Educational Leadership
Cerro Coso's Coyote Corner
September 26, 2020
Cerro Coso Community College Administration of Justice Professor Jarrod Bowen has earned his Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership with Specialization in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Phoenix.
Bowen successfully defended his dissertation titled: Qualitative Exploratory Case Study of the Efficacy of Stress Inoculation Training in California Law Enforcement Academies. His research focused on the perceptions of incumbent law enforcement officers on the efficacy of stress inoculation training that they receive in the academy in the development of the critical thinking skills necessary to make adequate decisions concerning the use of force.
Bowen joined the Cerro Coso faculty in September of 2013 and was granted tenure in 2017.
He holds an Associate of Arts Degree from Tyler Junior College, a Bachelor's Degree from the University of Texas and a Master's Degree from the University of Phoenix.