The faculty will be responsible for educational leadership, student instruction and advising on a full-time basis in the Economics curriculum. Position requires teaching 15 credits per semester with primary teaching responsibilities for Macro and Microeconomics. Secondary instructional responsibilities may include courses in the areas of: finance, accounting, quantitative methods of business, data analytics, and/or related business areas consistent with educational and experiential skillset. This person will provide vital instructional and other programmatic support to general education and applied technology programs within the School and College. Position requires teaching both face-to-face and online courses. Position will start in the Spring semester, January 2024.
Minimum education and experience include:
- Master's in Economics or Master's in Business Administration from an accredited college or university, with a focus in Economics or finance. Continued professional development in teaching or content related field.
Minimum abilities and skills include:
- Ability to embrace work within a multidisciplinary social sciences and humanities department supporting varied undergraduate applied technology programs within the School and throughout the College. Demonstrated ability to teach creatively and effectively. Developed organizational skills. Ability to work with a diverse student population. Available to work day and evenings. Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Interdisciplinary approach to education with the ability to teach across disciplines.
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