Michigan State University’s School of Criminal Justice has openings for up to 10 part time fixed term instructors/assistant professors; to teach one to two courses per year. Searching for candidates with expertise or experience teaching in criminal procedure, criminology, policing, courts, corrections, cyber-security, and private security, for the summer 2018 session and the 2018-2019 academic year. Duties include teaching undergraduate students during the year on campus. Salary and terms are negotiable based on experience.Required Degree
Masters - Criminal Justice or Social ScienceDesired Degree
Doctorate - Criminal Justice or Social ScienceMinimum Requirements
The positions require a master's degree for the rank of Instructor or PhD for the rank of Assistant Professors; from an accredited university. Candidates must have a demonstrated record of teaching excellence and/or significant work experience in areas related to the teaching assignment (e.g., policing, courts, corrections, private security, or cyber-security). Candidates must have the ability to teach at the undergraduate level.Required Application Materials
Applicants will be required to submit a Resume and Cover LetterSpecial Instructions
- Please indicate your availability for teaching (i.e. Summer 2018, Fall 2018, Spring 2019).
- Review of applications will begin on March 7 and continue until filled.