Douglas R. Hume, J.D., is an assistant professor of political science. His areas of teaching emphasis include legal studies, Constitutional Law, and American politics. His primary research interests include the American founding, Constitutional issues involving religious liberties and freedoms, and the interaction between faith and political participation. Hume also serves as the campus pre-law advisor and strives for a vibrant, interactive learning environment for students.
J.D., Pepperdine University
B.A., Azusa Pacific University
Credentials/Certifications Member of California Bar
Admitted to practice before all courts in the State of California
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
History and Political Science
POLI 150 – American Government POLI 350 – Constitutional Law: Fundamental Freedoms POLI 352 – Constitutional Law: National Powers POLI 353 – Seminar on Legal Studies POLI 415 – The Federal Judiciary POLI 496 – Senior Seminar: Religion and Politics