Adjunct Faculty - Ed.D. Program
Franklin University invites applicants to apply for part-time Adjunct Faculty position(s) teaching one (or more) Doctoral courses online within two (of the three) concentrations (PK-12 Educational Leadership & Higher Education Leadership) of the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Leadership program.
An earned doctorate in Organizational Leadership, Educational Administration/Leadership, Higher Education, or a closely related field. Evidence of successful experience in a leadership capacity and/or administrative experience within an Organization, the PK-12 educational setting, or the Higher Education setting. Online teaching experience at the doctoral level within an Ed.D. program preferred. Successful dissertation service (chair or committee member) and doctoral faculty advising experience also preferred.
Summary of Duties:
The successful candidate will teach one (or more) doctoral courses online within the Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Leadership program at Franklin University. Franklin University’s new innovative online Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Organizational Leadership program offers a broad focus on organizational leadership. Through core leadership courses, students in the Ed.D. program will learn what it takes to effectively lead organizational change in a variety of settings. In addition, students can choose from three concentrations including: (1) Organizational Leadership; (2) PK-12 Educational Leadership; and (3) Higher Education Leadership. The courses within the leadership core and the two concentrations (we are hiring for – as referenced above) include:
Leadership Core Courses
• EDUC 801 – Leadership of Organizational Principles
• EDUC 805 – Leadership of Organizational Resources
PK-12 Educational Leadership Concentration Courses
• EDUC 820 – Leading Schools in the 21st Century
• EDUC 825 – Building & District Leadership Structure
Higher Education Leadership Concentration Courses
• EDUC 840 – College & University Leader Structures
• EDUC 845 – History of Higher Education
See a list of full course descriptions here:
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