Michigan State University, The Eli Broad College of Business, Department of Marketing, is seeking applications for a fixed-term faculty member with responsibilities in teaching face-to-face to MBA students a 1.5 credit-hour course in Pricing during the second-half of spring semester. This is a one-semester appointment subject to annual review. A master’s degree is required, and a doctorate in an area related to marketing is strongly preferred. There are no research requirements for this position. The position will start in March 2019. Please apply only if you are qualified and able to effectively teach Pricing at the MBA-level.
Position is planned to recur every Spring Semester.Required Degree
Doctorate -MarketingMinimum Requirements
A master’s degree is required.Desired Qualifications
A doctorate in an area related to marketing is strongly preferred.Required Application Materials
CV and Cover Letter.Special Instructions
The review of applications will continue until the position has been filled. Submit applications online at http://careers.msu.edu. For additional information, contact Vickie Lehtonen ([email protected]ad.msu.edu) or Dr. Douglas E. Hughes([email protected]).Review of Applications Begins On
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