Franklin University is seeking adjunct faculty for Economics courses at both graduate and undergraduate level. The courses will be taught at the downtown Columbus location; teaching in a student-centered environment that is focused on teaching working adults.
To effectively teach this class, candidates must possess an in-depth understanding of economic theory along with the knowledge of application of core concepts of economics. Communication and computer skills sufficient to maintain good rapport with the students are essential. Requirements for this course also include at least a Master’s degree in Economics, Agricultural Economics, or a closely related field, with preference given to the candidates, possessing a Doctorate degree in the field. In addition, the qualified candidate will also have a minimum of five years of relevant professional experience.
Founded in 1902 and based in Columbus, Ohio, Franklin University is busy executing a strategic plan to expand educational opportunity to ever greater numbers of students across the country and around the world. Franklin currently offers 30 undergraduate majors and five graduate programs and teaches classes at four locations in Ohio and a location in Indianapolis, as well as online. In addition, Franklin’s MBA Program is offered internationally through agreements with institutions in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
The University values faculty, who make contributions to the quality and visibility of its programs, encourages and rewards teamwork, and places a premium on excellent teaching. Review of applications begins immediately and continues until the position is filled. Please send a letter of application including a statement of teaching philosophy, resume, curriculum vita, and contact information for three references titled “Economics Instructor” to: email@example.com.
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