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Hours of Work
Official TSU Title
Adjunct Instructor-Public Affairs
Job Description Summary / TWC Summary
The Barbara Jordan-Mickey Leland School of Public Affairs invites
applications for adjunct faculty to teach various courses in its
Departments of the Administration of Justice and Political Science.
Specifically, the Department of the Administration of Justice seeks
applicants who can teach various courses in criminal justice and
criminology. The Department of Political Science seeks applicants,
who can teach courses in its undergraduate Political Science
Program (including American Government and Texas Government),
undergraduate Public Affairs Program, undergraduate Emergency
Management and Homeland Security Program, and graduate MPA and eMPA
Applicants, who are desirous of teaching undergraduate courses must
have a minimum of 18 credit hours in the specific discipline or
closely related discipline with relevant practical experience.
Similarly, applicants for teaching graduate level courses must have
a terminal degree in the specific discipline or closely related
discipline with relevant practical experience, and be eligible to
apply for temporary graduate faculty status.
Essential Duties Summary
Teaching classes in BJ-ML School of Public Affairs.
Commensurate with experience.
M.A., ABD, Ph.D., or 18 graduate credit hours in the specific
discipline or closely related discipline with relevant practical
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Must have excellent verbal, written and presentation skills.
Must be able to work with a diverse student and faculty
A minimum of one-year experience as an adjunct in a community
college, a four-year college of university.
Prolonged standing and/or walking.
Handling light weight objects.
Using or carrying equipment.
Desired start date
Position End Date (if temporary)
Posting Detail Information
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Open Until Filled (overrides close field)
Special Instructions to Applicants
Open to all applicants.
Posting Supplemental Questions
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * Do you have a M.A., ABD, Ph.D., or 18 graduate credit hours
in the specific discipline or closely related discipline with
relevant practical experience?
- * Do you have a minimum of one-year experience as an adjunct in
a community college, a four-year college of university?
- Cover Letter/Letter of Application
- Official Transcripts
- Curriculum Vitae
- Other Document
- Reference Letter 1
- Reference Letter 2
- Reference Letter 3