Sociology and History
Ph.D., Sociology, Texas Woman’s University (TWU), Denton, Texas, 2014
M.S., History Education, Gazi University, Ankara-Turkey, 2003
B.A., History, Gazi University, Ankara-Turkey, 2001
Areas of Specialization: Primary areas of specialization: International Migration, Social Data Analysis (SPSS), Qualitative Research Methods, Archival Research.
Dr. Bilal Sert received his doctoral degree from Texas Woman’s University in Sociology. His research interests include race, ethnicity, international migration, Muslims in the West, immigrant communities of the US, and identity issues for Muslim youth in the U.S. Parts of his academic work resulted in a book entitled “Turkish Immigrants in the Mainstream of American Life: Theories of International Migration” that he published in 2018. He has also authored several book chapters and peer-reviewed articles on international migration, migrant’s adaptation, and sociology of terrorism. Dr. Sert has an extensive experience in teaching at various institutions and colleges and presented at conferences and seminars. He taught sociology courses at Texas Woman’s University, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Prairie View A&M University, and Collin College.