Metropolitan State University, America’s premier university for lifelong learning, is seeking applicants for a one-year, fixed-term faculty position in the School of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice to begin August, 2013. The successful candidate’s workload will include teaching undergraduate courses, student advising, maintaining expertise in a discipline and in pedagogy, serving on departmental and university committees, contributing to student growth and development, scholarly activities and service to the university and communities. Candidates are expected to be committed to multiculturalism and working with a diverse student body.
- Master’s degree in crimnal justeice or related discipline (e.g., sociology, cirminology).
- Minimum three years of criminal justice-related research, practice or advocacy experience.
- Demonstrated commitment to serving an ethnically and culturally diverse student body.
- ABD or terminal degree in criminal justice or related discipline.
- Demonstrated career and/or academic advising experience.
- Demonstrated ability to teach effectively at the college/university level within criminal justice/law enforcement related fields: i.e. applied criminology, diversity, research methods, ethics.
Minnesota State Colleges & Universities - 10 months ago