Math and Statistics Adjunct Beavercreek

Franklin University, located in Columbus, Ohio is seeking adjunct faculty members to teach Re-Entry Mathematics, a course covering topics from Pre-Algebra; Fundamental Algebra, a Mathematics course covering Introductory and Intermediate Algebra; and Statistical Concepts, an algebra-based, college level statistics course covering both inferential and descriptive statistics. These classes will be taught at the Beavercreek location, teaching in a student-centered environment that is focused on teaching working adults.

Requirements for these positions include at least a Master’s degree in Mathematics or Statistics with at least two years of teaching experience in these areas. If a potential candidate does not hold such a Master’s degree, then the candidate must have at least 18 graduate credit hours in Mathematics. Computer literacy, proficient use of MS Word and Excel, and a desire to teach adult student learners are also required.

In addition to the educational qualifications described above, the candidate should have some experience with various online learning products, graphing calculators and should have an excellent work ethic and passion to teach Mathematics and statistics to busy working adult students with flexibility and integrity.  

The University promotes a student-centered, quality-teaching environment. Founded in 1902, Franklin University has been the leading educator of nontraditional students in Central Ohio and surrounding areas and enjoys the strong support of the local business community.  The University highly appreciates its adjunct faculty and has awards for excellent teaching and professional development support.

To apply, please visit https://forms.franklin.edu/employment to complete the adjunct faculty application for the Math and Statistics Adjunct Beavercreek position and attach a copy of your resume or curriculum vitae along with your unofficial transcripts.

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