Instructor of Computer Science (non-tenure track)
In addition to adhering to the general faculty guidelines, as specified by the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Provost/Vice President for Academic Affairs, duties will include:
•Teaching a variety of upper-division Computer Science and Information Systems courses,
•Developing and delivering courses in a variety of modes, including online courses that ensure quality and effective assessment,
•Working with a range of students to assist them in reaching goals and learning outcomes,
•Holding office hours and advising students,
•Participating in service, including department and university committees and accreditation activities,
•Working with business/industry partners in the region to develop programs and learning opportunities that respond to regional needs, and
•Willingness to contribute to the University’s mission and assuming other professional duties and responsibilities as assigned by administrative personnel.
- An earned M.S. degree in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, Information Technology or closely related degree from a regionally accredited institution.
- Meet minimum qualifications and hold certifications from CompTIA (Linux+, Network+, and/or Security+), EC-Council (CEH), or (ISC)^2 (CISSP).
- Experience teaching different types of learners with a variety of teaching methods (traditional, blended, and on-line).
Start date: August, 2019