Dr. Muhammad HaqueOffice: Kaufman 107-I
Dr. Haque earned his BA and MA in Sociology from the University of Dacca in Dacca, Bangladesh. He earned his PhD in Sociology from the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. Prior to joining the McNeese faculty, he taught at Winston-Salem State University, Northwestern State University, Saint Mary's College, and Ferris State University. He teaches Introductory Sociology, Organizations: Formal/Complex, Demography, Medical Sociology, Social Organization and Social Research Methods.
- Haque, Muhammad M. 2006. "Development, Individual Attributes, and Fertility in Bangladesh", pp 95-119 in Economic Analyses of Contemporary Issues in Bangladesh, edited by Akhtar Hossain, Farida Khan and Tanweer Akram. Dhaka, Bangladesh: The University Press Limited
- Indurthy, Rathman and Haque, Muhammad 2010. "The Kashmir Conflict: Why It Defies Solution." International Journal of World Peace V27 No 1: 9-24
- Haque, Muhammad M. 2010. "Medical Sociology Course Outline", in Teaching Medical Sociology: A Collection of Syllabi, Assignments, and Other Resources, American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C.
- Haque, Muhammad M. 2008. "Organizational Sociology Course Outline and Writing Assignments", Pp. 51-53, 175-176 in Teaching Organizational Sociology: A Collection of Syllabi, Assignments, and Other Resources, edited by Elizabeth Borland, American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C.
- Haque, Muhammad M. 2005. "Discussion Forum Questions and Writing Assignments for Introductory Sociology", Pp. 202-212 in Teaching Introduction to Sociology as a Hybrid Course: A Resource Manual, edited by Lynn Harper Ritchey, American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C.