May 8, 2013
This Information Session will afford the opportunity for prospective part-time instructors interested in teaching on-ground and online courses in undergraduate programs to meet with the Schoolâ€™s Academic Program Managers and Staff to meet with prospective part-time instructors interested in teaching on-ground and online courses in undergraduate programs.
Candidates must have a Masterâ€™s degree; a Ph.D. is preferred. A minimum of five years work experience in the teaching field of interest is expected. Degreed candidates with previous online or on campus teaching experience will be given immediate consideration. The School of Arts and Sciences is looking to add up to 20 associate faculty members to its team within the next six months.
The School is seeking qualified, experienced individuals interested in teaching in the following areas in our undergraduate program:
Art History I and Art History II as well as History of Architecture; general survey courses for non-Art majors
General Biology; Human Biology; Nutrition; Forensics; Anatomy and Physiology; Botany; Zoology; Environmental Science and Microbiology.
General Chemistry; Organic Chemistry;
Environmental Impact; Policy and Implementation; Environment and the Economy; Toxicology; Soil Science; Sustainability; Environmental Law and Practice
General Physics; Statics and Dynamics; Natural Physical Laws
Programming; Software Development and Management; Technical Writing; Networking; Computer Ethics; Web Design; Search Engine Technology; Systems Analysis; E-Business; Database Development; Computer Auditing Systems; Cyber Security
Communication Theory; Popular Culture; Social Media; Literacy and Culture; Mass Communication; Public Relations
College Writing; Literature; Speech; Poetry; Fiction; Journalism; Film; Creative Writing
General; World Civilization; US History; International History; African American History
Game Theory and Game Design
College Algebra, Statistics, Calculus, Quantitative Analysis
Introduction to Philosophy; Eastern Philosophy; Political Philosophy
Foundations of Music; Music Appreciation; American Music
State and Local Government; American National Government; Comparative Governments;
Spanish; French; Italian
College Success Seminar prepares students for learning in a university environment. Emphasis is placed on critical thinking, study strategies, and effective writing and reasoning skills. Students will also identify their own learning styles and motivations that support their educational, personal, and professional goals. Interested persons should have teaching or professional experience in one or more of the following areas: Communication, Career/College Planning, and/or English; Education and Educational Leadership or Administration
Interested candidates should bring two copies of their current resume that includes references.