Franklin University is seeking an adjunct faculty member to teach Advanced Quantitative Research Design and Analysis. This is an online 8-week course beginning Fall 2020. This is an advanced course in statistics that covers complex analyses used in education and data-driven decision making. The course is designed to broaden and deepen student understanding of advanced statistics in multivariate techniques. The emphasis of the course is on practical application of concepts learnt. To this end, the course is developed to balance theory and application and provides numerous opportunities for application to practical problems.
The position requires a Doctorate and previous scholarship and research experience. Candidates who are ABD may also be considered. Three years of teaching experience in higher education is preferred. Preference will be given to candidates that possess a doctorate with an emphasis in quantitative methodology or mixed methodology as well as experience in applying quantitative methods and design with proven success in conducting quantitative research and potential for excellence in guiding student research projects.
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