The Computer Information Systems faculty in the School of Business at North Carolina Central University invites applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the Assistant/Associate level, to begin December 2013, subject to funding availability.
The CIS Discipline is currently composed of five full-time and two adjunct faculty. Our program graduates have obtained positions with Bank of America, SAS, GE and CISCO, just to name a few. Students have the option to graduate with two network certifications via our Cisco Networking Academy. We pride ourselves on our engagement with our students to accomplish on-time graduation, internships, and placements in industry. We are also engaged in high school outreach, and partnerships with the IT industry both local and global.
The School of Business (http://www.nccu.edu/academics/sc/business/) is accredited by AACSB and ABSCP. The college offers bachelor’s degrees in Business Administration with concentrations in Accounting, Economics & Statistics, Finance, Management and Marketing, and Bachelor of Science degrees in Hospitality & Tourism, as well as a Masters of Business Administration degree. Programs offered by the School are designed to provide the student ample opportunity to develop views, attitudes and values regarding society-its institutions, progress, and problems. The participating student is provided a working knowledge of principles and procedures that are fundamental to his or her future role as a manager or executive. The objective of the School of Business is to provide each student with the knowledge of an entry-level specialist in one of the major fields of business administration and management.
North Carolina Central University (http://www.nccu.edu) is one the highest ranked public HBCU in the United States according to US News rankings. Since 1910, the mission of North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has been to prepare students academically and professionally to become leaders. NCCU is a comprehensive institution with nearly 9,000 students enrolled and offers bachelor’s degrees in more than 100 fields of study and awards graduate degrees in an estimated 40 disciplines. The University has a state-of-the-art biotechnology research institute, which collaborates with pharmacy and biotech companies in the much-touted Research Triangle Park area, where NCCU is found.
Successful candidates will develop courses and teach in the areas of Cisco networking, mainframe systems, programming and/or other IS areas primarily at the undergraduate level, but could also teach graduate courses. Research interests should support teaching interests.
Candidates should hold a Ph.D. in Information Systems or related field from an AACSB-accredited (or equivalently accredited) institution. Candidates who are ABD must demonstrate that they will complete the requirements for their degree prior to their first semester. Candidates are also required to be authorized to work in the United States. Significant industry experience is preferred.
CIS faculty representatives will conduct interviews at the AMCIS Conference in Chicago, IL August 15-18, 2013. Please contact Dr. Alisha Malloy or Dr. Dr. Donna Grant at the conference hotel.