Adjunct Faculty - Public Administration
Franklin University invites applicants to apply for part-time Adjunct Faculty position(s) teaching one (or more) courses for our Master of Public Administration (MPA) program. Classes are offered in an online format and are 6 weeks in length except for the 12-week capstone course. In addition, there might be opportunities for interested candidates to teach in the Undergraduate political science program at our branch campus, Urbana University.
Position Requirements: Doctorate in Business Administration, Nonprofit Administration, Public Administration, Quality Management, or a doctorate degree in a related field with at least 18 graduate credit hours in one of these areas. Professional experience in the government or nonprofit sectors engaging in process improvement, operations, or project management activities is preferred. Prior teaching experience is preferred.
Core Courses for Master of Public Administration Program:
- Foundations of Government & Nonprofit Administration
- Managing Personnel & Information Systems
- Methodological Reasoning & Quantitative Analysis
- Management Decision Making Methods
- Financial Management & Budgeting
- Strategy, Collaboration & Communication
- Leading Government & Nonprofit Organizations
- Public Administration Capstone
*Preference is given to individuals qualified to teach one or more of these courses.
Please click below for additional information regarding the MPA program and course summaries.
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