Lecturer of Criminal Justice
Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice
Kennesaw State University is now accepting applications for a nine month, non-tenure track faculty position as a Lecturer of Criminal Justice in the Department of Sociology & Criminal Justice which begins August 7, 2017. Candidates should possess expertise in the field of Criminal Justice. The position will primarily support the department by offering a mixture of online and face-to-face courses at the upper and lower levels, as needed by the department, including Police in America, Criminal Courts, and Corrections to be taught online each semester. An earned master's in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a closely related field or the foreign equivalent is required. Applicants with the training, ability, and/or experience equivalent to the minimum degree may be considered. An outstanding A.B.D. may be considered if the candidate can provide evidence of experience in teaching at the university level.
For more than 50 years, Kennesaw State University has been known for its entrepreneurial spirit and sense of community. Offering campuses in Marietta and Kennesaw, the university is located just north of Atlanta and combines a suburban setting with access to one of the country's most dynamic cities. As Georgia's third-largest university, Kennesaw State offers more than 100 undergraduate and graduate degrees, including a growing doctoral program. Designated by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia as a comprehensive university, Kennesaw State is committed to becoming a world-class academic institution positioned to broaden its academic and research missions and expand its scope on a local, regional and national level.
Review of applications will start immediately.
applications must be received by April 3, 2017.
For a full description of this position and application procedures, go to https://facultyjobs.kennesaw.edu.
Kennesaw State University, a member of the University System of Georgia, is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer and does not discriminate on the basis of age, color, disability, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and/or veteran status.
Georgia is an Open Records state.