Adjunct Faculty, Computer Science, MCIS
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Academically JSU offers 95 academic programs and concentrations, including bachelor's, master's, post-baccalaureate, doctoral and advanced certificate programs in a variety of disciplines that prepare graduates for meaningful careers and ongoing education. More than 40 online programs are offered. The University features seven schools on its 459-acre campus - Arts and Humanities; Business and Industry; Education; Health Professions and Wellness; Human Services and Social Sciences; Science and Library. Most academic programs have discipline-specific accreditations, a reflection of their quality and JSU’s commitment to excellence.
All adjunct faculty must meet JSU’s minimum requirement for course work at the graduate level, i.e., having completed at least 18 graduate semester hours of course work in the discipline to be taught and holding at least a master’s degree or holding the minimum of a master’s degree with a major in the teaching discipline. Adjunct faculty members receive no fringe benefits other than those required by Federal or State Law, e.g. FICA, and do not accrue time toward and are not eligible for tenure or promotion or retirement credit.
Located in 119 Ayers Hall and part of the College of Science and Mathematics, the Department of Mathematical, Computing, and Information Sciences (MCIS) offers Bachelor of Science degrees in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, and Mathematics.
In addition, MCIS offers Master's of Science degrees in Mathematics, and Computer Systems and Software Design.
Adjunct instructors are needed to teach developmental courses to assist students who are not prepared to begin study in college mathematics. Experience teaching in a traditional classroom is desired. The Department of Mathematical, Computing, and Information Sciences (MCIS) at Jacksonville State University (JSU) is seeking applicants to provide in-person instruction
- Master’s degree in an appropriate field and at least 18 hours credit in graduate computer science courses
- Teaching experience at the secondary or college level
Required Application Documents
- Cover Letter
- Teaching Philosophy
- Unofficial Transcripts (Official Transcripts required upon hire)
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