Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor
Computer Science & Software Engineering: Visiting Assistant Professor/Instructor to teach a full load of undergraduate courses in Business Computing (CSE 148). CSE 148 is an introduction to business-oriented computer skills based on Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access and SQL (structured query language) involving extensive hands-on use of electronic spreadsheets and database software by students. Examples and exercises stress problem-solving in a business context.
The Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering offers undergraduate Bachelor of Science degrees in computer science and in software engineering. A Master of Science in Computer Science degree is the highest degree program offered by the department. The department’s faculty is comprised of 28 tenured or tenure-track professors, lecturers, teaching professors, and visiting assistant professors. Each semester, the department offers approximately 25 sections of the Business Computing course that is taken primarily by students in degree programs offered by the Farmer School of Business.
Required: Master's degree in computer science, software engineering, computer engineering or a closely related field or a master’s degree with a minimum of five years working with the relevant application(s) in a professional environment for appointment as an Instructor. For appointment as Visiting Assistant Professor, an earned doctorate in a business or computing field. Position is not eligible for H1B sponsorship.
Considerations may be given to candidates with prior experience in teaching courses related to business and/or computing.
Submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching effectiveness and description of courses taught previously to https://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/499006/visiting-asst-professorinstructor. Inquiries may be directed to Patty Strecker at firstname.lastname@example.org. Screening of applications will begin July 26, 2021 and continue until the position is filled.
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