Part-Time Faculty - ECS392 Ethical Aspects of ECS
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Teach undergraduate courses related to Ethics in Engineering,
Computer Science, and Technology fields. Candidates should be
available to teach both Fall and Spring semesters. We expect an
ideal candidate would be also interested in developing and teaching
courses in Diversity and Inclusion in Engineering, Computer
Science, and Technology.
The instructor is expected to teach ECS392 in Spring and Fall.
Depending on enrollment sizes, two sections may be offered.
ECS392 Ethical Aspects of ECS
3 credits – every semester
Ethical issues related to engineering and computer science studied,
including professionalism, collective and individual moral
responsibility, codes of ethics, whistle blowing, conflict of
interest, pluralism in the workplace, product liability, and
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Job Specific Qualifications
Advanced degree in Philosophy, Ethics, Engineering/Computer Science
Ethics, or related area.
Developing and/or updating a class syllabus.
Ordering the appropriate books and materials in advance of the
class start date.
Preparation of lectures, projects or other student
Maintaining regularly scheduled office hours.
Presenting instruction based on the competencies and performance
levels of the course.
Meeting all designated class periods.
Submitting completed progress reports and final grades according to
Collect and prepare assessment data for program
Grading student assignments and exams in timely manner.
In addition to completing an online application, please attach a
curriculum vitae, cover letter and list of 3 professional
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