Mark Hohmann teaches a wide array of humanities courses including: U.S. History, World History, Criminal Procedure, Constitutional Law, Political Science, American Literature, Sociology, and Junior High Social Studies. Mark received dual baccalaureate degrees in History and Sociology from Arizona State University. In addition, he holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Arizona. Currently, Mark is also an instructor of Administration of Justice at Central Arizona College. For the past thirteen summers. he has taught humanities courses (Law and Politics in U.S. History, Great Cases: American Legal History, Making the Case: Effective Legal Arguments, and Constitution in Crisis) at the John Hopkins University's Center for Talented Youth Program.