B.A. University of South Alabama
M.A. University of South Alabama
M.S. Troy University
Ed.D Nova Southeastern University
Social Problems, General Sociology, Human Growth and Development, Research Methodology, Foundations of Social Science
Dr. David Schjott currently serves on the Board of Directors for C.O.P.E. Center, a non-profit community mental health agency in Walton County, Florida, and the Choctawhatchee Basin Alliance, an advocacy group for protecting natural habitats.
David has been an active community volunteer for such civic organizations as the United Way, the Crisis Line of Okaloosa County, The Shelter House (Domestic Violence Shelter), and the Fort Walton Beach Chamber of Commerce. He has made numerous presentations to public and private organizations on such topics as Stress Management, Time Management, Setting Personal and Professional Goals, Communication in the Workplace, Dealing with Difficult People, Reaching Your Personal Best, and Improving Communication with Children and Adolescents.
David has conducted research on Domestic Violence and Interpersonal Sexual Assault. Populations for these studies have included Mental Health Providers, Victim Advocates, Law Enforcement, and Victims themselves. He is a full-time Professor of Social Science at Northwest Florida State College.
Sociology of Small Groups
Social Science Theory
Statistical Application of Social Science Inquiry
Sociology of the Family