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Part-Time Adjunct Teaching Opportunities

Unique opportunities

Central Michigan University's Off-Campus and Online is currently looking for part-time adjunct faculty to join a pool of qualified instructors. This is “as needed” employment perfect for retired faculty or any qualified instructor who appreciates the unique environment created when teaching to adult students. Adjunct positions are offered to candidates based not only on their academic and teaching qualifications but also on their availability to teach evenings and weekends and ability to travel to other locations.  

Before you apply

  1. When qualified instructors are approved, assignments are based on class location, instructor location and availability, as well as student enrollment.
  2. Successful candidates will teach adult students in classes offered on alternating weekends (usually Friday evening and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday every other week for eight weeks) or one night a week for eight weeks.
  3. Local candidates are preferred for teaching assignments; however, qualified instructors from outside the local area may be considered.
  4. You may be asked to travel to multiple sites if approved.
  5. A generous stipend is paid for teaching the course plus reimbursement of reasonable travel expenses.
  6. CMU does not sponsor candidates or reimburse them for moving expenses for part-time adjunct assignments.
  7. All online courses require the instructor to have online teaching experience or be willing to successfully participate in the online training provided by CMU’s Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.
  8. Acceptance letters will be sent to qualified candidates along with a copy of a Master Course Syllabus (MCS) for each course approved to teach.  Please note - Approval to teach does not guarantee a teaching assignment.
  9. All course approvals are at the sole discretion of the academic department responsible for the specified course and are subject to review/removal at any time.

Requirements

  1. The completion of the online application.
  2. CV/Resume attached to the online application
  3.  Copies of transcripts with the degree and award date posted on the transcripts must be attached to the application.

Experience working with non-traditional adult students is desired. Learn more information about teaching for CMU’s Off-Campus and Online.

College of Business Administration

CourseMBA 640: Data Analysis for Managers
Minimum RequirementDoctorate
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsUnderstanding and applying quantitative methods of data analysis that facilitate obtaining information for business decisions from the raw data that business professionals have available. The College of Business Administration at Central Michigan University is seeking candidates for part-time adjunct faculty to teach MBA courses: Required Qualifications: Ph.D., DBA and/or an Ed.D. in Management, Statistics, Math, Economics, Business Administration, or related field. CMU adheres to the appropriate faculty qualifications status within the AACSB framework. Doctorate degree awarded within 5 years or ABD status declared within 3 years. PhD student candidates with dissertation proposal defended and business professionals with MS in a business discipline or an MBA may be considered. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the graduate level; Demonstrated knowledge of data-based decision making in private/public organizations is desirable. Sustained currency and relevance through professional engagements, relevant activities such as in programs and/or curriculum development, contribute to instruction-related technology initiatives; participate in teaching assessment activities. Faculty who augment preparation as academic scholars with development and engagement activities that involve substantive linkages to practice, consulting, other forms of professional engagement and who have the ability to translate theory into applied business decision-making are preferred. Please note approved instructors must complete CMU online training to teach online courses.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

Course MBA 680: Global Economic Environment
Minimum RequirementDoctorate
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsThe global economy and its impact on managerial decision-making. Economic growth, fiscal and monetary policy, trade, exchange rate determination, capital, and financial flows. Required Qualifications: Ph.D., DBA and/or an Ed.D. in International Business, Management, Economics, Finance, Business Administration, or related field. Doctorate degree awarded within 5 years or ABD status declared within 3 years. PhD student candidates with dissertation proposal defended and business professionals with MS in a business discipline or an MBA may be considered. Individuals who hold master’s degrees to include but not limited to an MBA, MSA or other appropriate degrees will be considered based on experiential credentials. As such, it calls for an instructor who has a minimum of 3 years management, decision-making roles, and/or technology experience in a global/international work environment required. CMU adheres to the appropriate faculty qualifications status within the AACSB framework. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the graduate level; Demonstrated knowledge of international or global business, management, fiscal and monetary policies, capital, and financial flows and/or leadership experience in a global/international work environment. Sustained currency and relevance through professional engagements, relevant activities such as in programs and/or curriculum development, contribute to instruction-related technology initiatives; participate in study abroad programs or travel study programs and teaching assessment activities. Faculty with the ability to translate theory into applied business decision-making, augment preparation as academic scholars with development and engagement activities that involve substantive linkages to practice, consulting, other forms of professional engagement are preferred. Please note approved instructors must complete CMU online training to teach online courses. Location: Online
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

Counseling and Special Education

 

CourseCED 603: Introduction to Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; and 6) two or more years of clinical experience in an agency or school setting

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 604: Introduction to School Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)School Counseling
CommentsApplicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA, ASCA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; 6) two or more years of experience as a school counselor
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 610: Career Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
CommentsApplicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 615: Postsecondary Planning for School Counselors
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)School Counseling
CommentsApplicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA, ASCA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; 6) two or more years of experience as a school counselor
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 617: The Counseling Supervisor
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
CommentsApplicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; and 6) two or more years of clinical supervisory experience, ACS preferred. 
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 620: Introduction to Multicultural Issues in Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Psychology, Marriage & Family Therapy, Social Work
CommentsApplicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 630: Ethics and Professional Orientation
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
CommentsApplicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 640: Assessment in Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Psychology
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education or Clinical Psychology; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 641: Introduction to Counseling for Addictions
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Psychology, Social Work
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education, Addiction Studies or Psychology; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; 5) preferred CADC or CAADC certification. 

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 642: Neuropsychopharmacology
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Psychology, Addiction Studies, Social Work
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) preferred CADC or CAADC certification 

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 643: Etiology of Addiction
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Addiction Studies, Psychology
CommentsApplicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and; 5) preferred CADC or CAADC certification 
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 644: Addiction Oriented Systems and Methods of Care
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) preferred CADC or CAADC certification

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 645: School Counseling Seminar
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)School Counseling
CommentsApplicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA, ASCA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; 6) two or more years of experience as a school counselor.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 650: Theories and Techniques of Group Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals associations. At this time, we are especially seeking someone who has licensure or certification and teaching experience for substance abuse and addictions issues.

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 651: Counseling Children and Adolescents
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)School Counseling
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA, ASCA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; and 6) two or more years of experience as a school counselor

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 660: Counseling Techniques
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; and 6) 2 or more years of clinical experience in a community or school setting. 

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 665: Personal and Professional Development Across the Lifespan
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Psychology
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; and 6) 2 or more years of clinical experience in a community or school setting.

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 668: Family Counseling and Therapy
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Marriage & Family Therapy, Psychology
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment. 

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 677: Counseling Theories
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Psychology
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment or closely related field, active membership in a counseling professional organization (including conference attendance) or a record of relevant research.

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 679: Crisis and Trauma Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Psychology, Social Work
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment or closely related field; 5) 2 or more years’ experience in either crisis or trauma counseling

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 686: Psychopathology in Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based online students; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment or closely related field, active membership in a counseling professional organization (including conference attendance) or a record of relevant research.

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 690: Counseling Practicum
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; 6) Two or more years of clinical experience.

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 691: Internship
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; and 6) two or more years of clinical experience in an agency or school setting

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 695: Research in Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling, Psychology
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment

Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseCED 699: Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Counseling
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)Counseling
Comments

Applicants must possess: 1) an earned Master Degree; Doctorate preferred in counselor education; 2) a history of graduate teaching experience in one of the requested courses; 3) experience and/or interest in working with cohort-based students in satellite locations; 4) demonstrated competence in teaching with advanced technological platforms, hybrid pedagogy, and/or in an online environment; and 5) a professional counseling identity, including membership in ACA or other counseling-specific professionals associations; 6) Two or more years of clinical experience


Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

English


Fashion, Interior Design and Merchandising

CourseIND 332: Human Shelter and Environment
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsMaster’s degree in Interior Design or closely related area required. Ph.D. or terminal Master’s degree preferred.
Special ConsiderationsThis course may be part of the General Education curriculum and will be assessed on a regular basis. During rotating semesters, you will be required to participate in assessment by submitting course materials to the Assessment Committee as requested.
LocationsOnline

 

Geography and Environmental Studies

CourseGEO 373: Latin America
Minimum RequirementDoctorate
Preferred Discipline(s)Geography
CommentsGraduate level coursework in the topic to be taught is preferred.
Special ConsiderationsThis course may be part of the General Education curriculum and will be assessed on a regular basis. During rotating semesters, you will be required to participate in assessment by submitting course materials to the Assessment Committee as requested.
LocationsOnline

 Journalism


Master of Science in Administration

 

CourseMSA 647: People and Project Administration
Minimum RequirementDoctorate
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsTerminal degree required, Ph.D., DBA, Ed.D. with PMP certification and a minimum of 5 years’ leadership experience in project management. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the graduate level; Must have demonstrated knowledge and application experience of the key mechanisms, process flows, tools, and measurement criteria for improving stakeholder performance throughout the project life cycle. Candidates from all disciplines will be evaluated very carefully to ensure comparable courses and experiences have been included in their graduate programs and employment records to ensure significant experience in the project management arena. All MSA courses require proof of extensive graduate level teaching plus 5 years of documented work experience directly related to course. In addition, MSA instructors must complete the following mandatory trainings prior to their first assignment: Blackboard Fundamentals, WebEx Preparation, and the Self-Paced Graduate Level Writing and APA Workshop.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
Locations
Detroit, MI

 

Recreation Parks and Leisure Services

CourseRPL 521: Fund Development & Grant Writing for Public & Non-profit Organizations
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Qualification(s)Recreation Parks & Leisure
CommentsRequired: Minimum of a master’s degree. At least one degree must be in Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services or similarly titled program. Evidence of prior teaching experience. Evidence of content knowledge in specific course(s). Preferred: PhD or EdD, or ReD with at least one degree (Bachelor, Master's or Doctorate) in Recreation, Parks and Leisure Services or similarly titled program. Evidence of teaching effectiveness in RPL course work. Prior teaching experience at the graduate level. Evidence of content knowledge in specific course(s). Course development/revision experience.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work

CourseANT 320: North American Indian Cultures
Minimum RequirementDoctorate
Preferred Discipline(s)Anthropology
CommentsPh.D. in Anthropology with graduate level course work, research experience or teaching experience relevant to the course topic.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseSWK 270: Introduction to Community Development
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsMasters in Social Work (MSW) and graduate level course work in the subject area and teaching philosophy statement required. Ph.D. in Social Work or related area preferred. Documented higher education teaching experience in social work (with evidence of teaching proficiency) preferred. At least 4 years post MSW practice experience required with course work and/or experience in Community Development preferred. Two writing samples required (may be papers used in prior graduate courses or other professional writing samples). Approved instructors must complete CMU’s Blackboard Fundamentals and Online Teaching Experience trainings prior to an assignment, unless applicants have prior documented experience teaching online.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

CourseSWK 490: Community Development: A Critical Approach
Minimum RequirementsMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsMasters in Social Work (MSW) and graduate level course work in the subject area and teaching philosophy statement required. Ph.D. in Social Work or related area preferred. Documented higher education teaching experience in social work (with evidence of teaching proficiency) preferred. At least 4 years post MSW practice experience required with course work and/or experience in Community Development preferred. Two writing samples required (may be papers used in prior graduate courses or other professional writing samples). Graduate level research and/or program evaluation experience preferred. Approved instructors must complete CMU’s Blackboard Fundamentals and Online Teaching experience trainings prior to an assignment, unless applicants have prior documented experience teaching online.
Special ConsiderationsN/A
LocationsOnline

 

World Languages and Cultures

CourseFRN 101: Elementary French I
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsDesigned for students who have had no French. Basic language skills. Introduction to the cultures of French-speaking countries. Students who have previous preparation in French are required to take a placement test. May be offered in an online format. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition) Required Qualifications Minimum of master’s degree required; one degree must be in subject area or similarly titled program to French. Evidence of content knowledge in French language and Francophone cultures. Prior experience teaching French to non-French speaking students. Preferred: Ph.D. in French. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and course work in French and world languages. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate/graduate level. Evidence of sustained practice in the French language and ongoing dedication to current trends and practices in the course content. Please note approved instructors must complete CMU online training to teach online courses Location: Online
Special ConsiderationsThis course may be part of the General Education curriculum and will be assessed on a regular basis. During rotating semesters, you will be required to participate in assessment by submitting course materials to the Assessment Committee as requested.
LocationsOnline

 

CourseFRN 102: Elementary French II
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsThe Department of World Languages and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Central Michigan University is seeking candidates for part-time adjunct faculty to teach language courses. Teaching basic language skills. Continuation of FRN 101. Recommended: FRN 101. May be offered in an online format. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition) Required Qualifications Minimum of master’s degree required; one degree must be in subject area or similarly titled program to French. Evidence of content knowledge in French language and Francophone cultures. Prior experience teaching French to non-French speaking students. Preferred: Ph.D. in French. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and course work in French and world languages. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate/graduate level. Evidence of sustained practice in the French language and ongoing dedication to current trends and practices in the course content. Please note approved instructors must complete CMU online training to each online courses Location: Online
Special ConsiderationsThis course may be part of the General Education curriculum and will be assessed on a regular basis. During rotating semesters, you will be required to participate in assessment by submitting course materials to the Assessment Committee as requested.
LocationsOnline

 

CourseGER 101: Elementary German I: Language and Culture
Minimum RequirementMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsThe Department of World Languages and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Central Michigan University is seeking candidates for part-time adjunct faculty to teach language courses: GER 101 Elementary German I Designed for students who have had no German. Basic language skills. Introduction to the cultures of German-speaking countries. Students who have previous preparation in German are required to take a placement test. This course may be offered in an online format. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition) Required Qualifications Minimum of master’s degree required; one degree must be in subject area or similarly titled program to German. Evidence of content knowledge in German language and the cultures of German-speaking countries. Prior experience teaching German to non-German speaking students. Preferred: Ph.D. in German. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and course work in German and world languages. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate/graduate level. Evidence of sustained practice in the German language and ongoing dedication to current trends and practices in the course content. Please note approved instructors must complete CMU online training to each online courses. Location: Online
Special ConsiderationsThis course may be part of the General Education curriculum and will be assessed on a regular basis. During rotating semesters, you will be required to participate in assessment by submitting course materials to the Assessment Committee as requested.
LocationsOnline

 

CourseGER 102: Elementary German II: Language and Culture
Minimum RequirementsMaster's
Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
CommentsThe Department of World Languages and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Central Michigan University is seeking candidates for part-time adjunct faculty to teach language courses: GER 102 Elementary German II Continuation of GER 101. Basic language skills and introduction to the cultures of German-speaking countries. Students with high school preparation in German are required to take a placement test. May be offered in an online format. Recommended: GER 101. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition) Required Qualifications Minimum of master’s degree required; one degree must be in subject area or similarly titled program to German. Evidence of content knowledge in German language and the cultures of German-speaking countries. Prior experience teaching German to non-German speaking students. Preferred: Ph.D. in German. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and course work in German and world languages. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate/graduate level. Evidence of sustained practice in the German language and ongoing dedication to current trends and practices in the course content. Please note approved instructors must complete CMU online training to teach online courses Location: Online
Special ConsiderationsThis course may be part of the General Education curriculum and will be assessed on a regular basis. During rotating semesters, you will be required to participate in assessment by submitting course materials to the Assessment Committee as requested.
LocationsOnline


CourseSPN 101: Elementary Spanish I
Minimum Requirements 

Master's

Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
Comments

The Department of World Languages and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Central Michigan University is seeking candidates for part-time adjunct faculty to teach language courses: SPN 101 Elementary Spanish I- Designed for students who have had no Spanish. Basic language skills. Introduction to the culture of the Spanish-speaking countries. Students who have previous preparation in Spanish are required to take a placement exam. May be offered in an online format. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition) Required Qualifications Minimum of master's degree required; one degree must be in subject area or similarly titled program to Spanish. Evidence of content knowledge in Spanish language and Hispanic cultures. Prior experience teaching Spanish to non-Spanish speaking students. Preferred: Ph.D. in Spanish. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and course work in Spanish or world languages. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate/graduate level. Evidence of sustained practice in the Spanish language and ongoing dedication to current trends and practices in the course content. Please note approved instructors must complete CMU online training to each online courses Location: CMU Online

Special ConsiderationsThis course may be part of the General Education curriculum and will be assessed on a regular basis. During rotating semesters, you will be required to participate in assessment by submitting course materials to the Assessment Committee as requested.
LocationsOnline

 

CourseSPN 102: Elementary Spanish II
Minimum Requirements 

Master's

Preferred Discipline(s)N/A
Comments

The Department of World Languages and Cultures in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at Central Michigan University is seeking candidates for part-time adjunct faculty to teach language courses: SPN 102 Elementary Spanish II- Designed for students who have had Spanish 101 or the equivalent. Basic language skills. Introduction to the culture of the Spanish-speaking countries. Students who have previous preparation in Spanish are required to take a placement exam. May be offered in an online format. (University Program Group IV-B: Studies in Cultures Outside of the Anglo-American Tradition) Required Qualifications Minimum of master’s degree required; one degree must be in subject area or similarly titled program to Spanish. Evidence of content knowledge in Spanish language and Hispanic cultures. Prior experience teaching Spanish to non-Spanish speaking students. Preferred: Ph.D. in Spanish. Evidence of teaching effectiveness and course work in Spanish and world languages. Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the undergraduate/graduate level. Evidence of sustained practice in the Spanish language and ongoing dedication to current trends and practices in the course content. Please note approved instructors must complete CMU online training to each online courses. Location: Online

Special ConsiderationsThis course may be part of the General Education curriculum and will be assessed on a regular basis. During rotating semesters, you will be required to participate in assessment by submitting course materials to the Assessment Committee as requested.
LocationsOnline