Adjunct Faculty-Web Development
Franklin University seeks applicants for part-time faculty positions to teach an online Web Development and Deployment course in our Masters of Science in Information Technology program.
This 12-week course builds web applications by combining software development, database, and cloud concepts into a modern web development course. Students will use current technologies in all three areas to design, develop, and deploy web applications in a cloud-based environment. Topics will include web frameworks, model-view-controller or model-view-view/model architectures, front- and back-end technologies, asynchronous web requests, database integration, security, and cloud deployment design decisions and will be offered each term beginning with Fall.
The course covers:
• Python refresher
• HTML, CSS
• 3-tier, SPA, and PWA architectures
• HTTP Protocol and Request/Response Cycle, APIs and REST
• Managing dependencies
• Cloud Deployment, Heroku
• Authentication, Security, Sessions, Hashes, Injection and CSRF Attacks
• API Design
• Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment
• GitHub assignments
To learn more about the Masters of Science in Information Technology program, please visit:http://cs.franklin.edu/msit/.
Qualifications include a Ph.D. degree in information technology or closely related areas. A master's degree in information technology or closely related areas with strong expertise and work experience is also considered. Teaching experience is highly desirable.
Diverse candidates are encouraged to apply.
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