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Online Adjunct Professor | Cyber Security
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Job Summary/Basic Function
Liberty University is actively seeking online faculty to teach
Cyber Security. Are you an exceptional professional who has the
academic credentials and certifications to teach and prepare
students to protect data and equip them with the skills to fight
cybercrime and data breaches within their organizations?
LU Online is seeking adjunct online faculty who have earned a
graduate degree or doctorate in Computer Science/Cybersecurity or a
related discipline with relevant technology certifications, to be a
part of preparing students to keep information safe from hackers
and cyber attacks.
Undergraduate and Graduate courses cover topics such as: Advanced
Programming, Network Architecture and Protocols, Digital Forensics,
Ethical Hacking and Modern Cryptography to name just a few. Classes
are available at the undergraduate and graduate levels and there is
also the opportunity to chair doctoral research. For every level of
degree program, there are a wide variety of courses that may fit
your academic and professional experiences. Multiple positions are
Classes are offered in an asynchronous format, with eight 8-week
terms offered each year. Class assignments are done only at the
request of the faculty member, with no minimum number of class
Online faculty expectations:
• It is expected that an online faculty member will model a
personal commitment to the goals and values of Liberty University,
engage in an active commitment to, and experience of, personal
spiritual formation within a biblically-informed Christian
worldview. Candidate must be committed to the evangelical standards
and mission of Liberty University.
• Teach from approved curriculum in accordance with assigned
schedule to ensure student satisfaction.
• Assist students in achieving completion of objectives and
• Provide regular and timely feedback to students.
• Participate in school retention initiatives by maintaining
productive conduct with students and by getting in touch with, and
offering assistance to absent students.
• Advise students in matters related to academics, attendance, and
• Motivate students to actively participate in all aspects of the
• Maintain and report student grades and attendance in accordance
with university policies.
• Other duties as assigned.
To teach at the baccalaureate level, faculty will need to possess a
minimum of 18 graduate hours in the related discipline with
experience desired. Relevant certifications are a definite
To teach at the Master’s level or to chair doctoral research,
faculty will need to possess a minimum of 18 graduate hours in the
related discipline and hold a related, conferred terminal
All degrees must be earned from an institution recognized by the
U.S. Department of Education.
At least 3 years experience in your discipline at the mid- or
senior-level of an organization.
Special Instructions for Applicants
- Curriculum Vitae
- Teaching Philosophy
- Pastoral Reference Letter
- Academic/Professional Reference Letter 1
- Academic/Professional Reference Letter 2
- Unofficial Transcript 1
- Unofficial Transcript 2
- Unofficial Transcript 3
- Professional License(s)
- Career Advancement Form (For Current LU Employees ONLY)
- Other Document
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).