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We’re seeking talented adjunct/part-time faculty for Spring 2013 and beyond who are ready to challenge students in one of higher education’s most dynamic learning environments.
Teach for UMUC and enjoy
Flexible Schedule – teaching that fits into your work and personal life
Choices – classes online or on-site in Maryland, Virginia or Washington, DC
Training – introductory and advanced preparation for online teaching
Support – professional development workshops, peer mentoring and collegial sharing
Satisfaction – interaction with highly motivated, professional adult students
Benefits – access to some State of Maryland benefits
Library – access to UMUC’s Information and Library Services while actively teaching
Teach graduate students in the Graduate School the following courses:
INMS600: Managing Intelligence Activities
INMS610: Intelligence Collection: Sources and Challenges
INMS620: Intelligence Analysis: Consumers, Uses, and Issues
INMS630: Espionage and Counterintelligence
INMS640: Intelligence Led Enforcement
INMS650: Intelligence Management and Oversight
INMS660: Leadership Seminar
Teach undergraduate students in the Undergraduate School within the Criminal Justice program the following courses:
CCJS411: History of Intelligence and the U.S. National Intelligence Community
CCJS412: The Intelligence Cycle
CCJS413: Legal and Ethical Issues in Intelligence
CCJS414: Intelligence Analysis
For curriculum information please visit our online undergraduate catalog at http://www.umuc.edu/students/catalogs/
To learn more about UMUC, please visit our website: http://www.umuc.edu .
A doctorate degree (PhD, DBA, JD, etc.) from a regionally accredited institution is required to teach at the graduate level.
A Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution is required to teach at the undergraduate level.
Professional/industry and/or teaching experience is preferred.
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