Adjunct Faculty-Data Analytics
Franklin University invites applicants to apply for part-time Adjunct Faculty position(s) teaching one (or more) courses in-person on our Columbus, Ohio campus for our MS Data Analytics program. The courses include: Introduction to Analytics, Data Visualization & Presentation, Big Data Analytics, Applied Machine Learning, Data Mining, and Advanced Analytics. Schedule of these courses can be during the day or in the evening.
A Doctoral degree in Computer Information Systems, Management Information Systems, Information Systems, Information Technology, Information Security, Computer Science, Information Analytics, Statistics or a closely related discipline is required. Candidates with experience in data science, data analytics, data visualization and machine/statistical learning are preferred. Educational background should include at least 18 graduate credit hours in one of the aforementioned fields and three or more years of experience directly related to the course outcomes.
The program will also offer a graduate certificate in SAS Data Analytics. The candidate should have knowledge and experience with this software, especially with SAS Visual Analytics, VIYA, and Enterprise Miner. Other software and analytics tools such as Tableau, Hadoop, R and Python will be used throughout the program and the faculty candidate is expected to be comfortable with using and teaching these tools. Teaching experience at the college or university level in the classroom and online preferred. Familiarity with multiple learning management systems, teaching-related technologies and industry certifications relevant to the course are also preferred.
Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.
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