Multiple Faculty Positions in the Masters of Science in Information Technology Management

Louisville, Kentucky & Costa Mesa, California
Salary: Commensurate with academic and professional experience and qualifications.
Jan 30, 2018
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution

Founded in 1906, Campbellsville University is a private Kentucky based Christian institution dedicated to academic excellence solidly grounded in the liberal arts. The university, located in Campbellsville, fosters personal growth, integrity and professional preparation within a caring environment, preparing students as Christian servant leaders for life-long learning, continued scholarship, and active participation in a diverse, global society. 

The School of Business, Economics, and Technology provides students a quality education that helps develop their leadership and communication skills as well as equip them with the knowledge they need to succeed in their chosen career fields. The School offers Bachelor of Science degrees in 12 business disciplines including a BS in Business Administration in an online format. Additionally, the School offers four master’s programs in face-to-face and/or online formats (Master of Business Administration, Professional Master of Business Administration, Master in Management and Leadership, Master of Science in Information Technology Management) as well as a Ph.D. in Management. Degree programs are supported by 30 full-time and 15 adjunct faculty, most of whom have professional work experience.

Responsibilities: Teaching load of five graduate classes in the Fall and Spring semesters in a mixture of 16 week hybrid courses and 8 week on-line courses with the possibility of additional courses as overloads throughout the year. Faculty will be required to teach three days (Friday-Sunday) face-to-face at the beginning of each eight-week term in one of two current locations (Louisville, Ky. and Costa Mesa, Calif.) as well as future potential sites. Primary teaching will be in the Master of Science in Information Technology Management (MSITM) program. Interested faculty may be occasionally assigned to teach courses in the Ph.D. in Management program as well. Preference will be given to persons with a demonstrated record of excellence in teaching. Salary: Commensurate with academic professional experience and qualifications.

Qualifications: Ph.D. or D.B.A. in Management or Information Technology Management from a regionally accredited school. A directly related doctoral degree may be considered with justification. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and promise of succeeding in an online teaching environment committed to service and learning with Christian principles. Must have an appreciation for the missions of the University and the School of Business, Economics and Technology. Faculty may reside anywhere in the United States but must commit to assigned face-to-face teaching sessions at specifically-assigned locations.

The University and the School of Business, Economics and Technology are seeking up to three qualified candidates who would be available to begin teaching responsibilities in May 2018.

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Geralyn Franklin, Ph.D. and Alan Medders, Ph.D. will be assisting the University with the search. If you have questions or would like to have a confidential conversation about the position, call 256-239-2305 or e-mail:

Candidates for this position will be considered through March 2, 2018.