Part Time Instructor - Department of Political Science Location:
Univ. of Middle Georgia Regular/Temporary:
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Middle Georgia State University (MGA), a multi-campus, baccalaureate and graduate degree granting public institution, is the most affordable public state university in Georgia. MGA has five campuses—Macon, Cochran, Dublin, Eastman, and Warner Robins, all located in central Georgia—and global outreach through its fully-online campus. Its enrollment of 8,000 students is largely comprised of students from most of Georgia’s 159 counties. The University has six academic schools, including Georgia’s flagship aviation university, that support its mission to educate and graduate inspired, lifelong learners whose scholarship and careers enhance the region through professional leadership, innovative partnerships and community engagement.
The Department of Political Science is one of three departments housed in the School of Education and Behavioral Sciences. We offer a recently-established bachelor’s degree in political science, as well as minors and certificates in areas such as African & African Diaspora Studies, environmental policy studies, European Union Studies, global studies, political science, and pre-law. The department also supports the general education program of the university by offering the required course in American government and other social science electives.
The School of Education and Behavioral Sciences at Middle Georgia State University is seeking candidates for part-time instructors of political science, to teach online or in person at one (or more) of the Cochran, Dublin, Macon, and/or Warner Robins campuses.
Teach lower and upper-level coursework with in general education and the political science bachelor’s program, including primarily sections of the introductory American government course (POLS 1101). Teaching responsibilities may include online, hybrid, and/or face-to-face day and/or evening classes.
Minimum of a master’s degree in political science or related field and at least 18 graduate semester hours in political science or a subfield thereof.
Required Documents to Attach
- Letter of interest including teaching philosophy
- A statement of availability discussing which campus(es) you are available to teach on and when
- Curriculum vitae
- Unofficial Academic Transcripts (undergraduate and graduate)
- Names and contact information for at least two references.
For more information, contact Dr. Christopher Lawrence, Chair, Department of Political Science at [email protected]