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Adjunct Sociology And Criminal Justice

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Saint Joseph's University

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Date Last Verified

Mar 08,2019

Valid Through

Jun 21,2019

Posted on

Jun 14,2018


Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Practice Area
Criminal Law >> Criminal Law
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Adjunct, Sociology and Criminal Justice
The candidate will staff a variety of courses each semester in the fields of Sociology and Criminal Justice. May instruct 1 or 2 courses each semester on an “as needed” basis. Courses available for adjunct staffing are offered during the day and also in the evening and may include: Introduction to Sociology; Social Problems; Juvenile Justice; Social Deviance; Sociological Theory and Other courses as they become available. Teaching of a specified course. Preparation of course materials. Providing support and guidance to students. Grade reporting. May be expected to teach a specified online course. Cooperating with course coordinators or other program faculty to assure quality and consistency across the program. Must have Master’s Degree in Sociology or Criminal Justice or closely related majors and/or a Juris Doctorate. (In some cases, individuals with a Bachelor’s Degree and extensive experience as a practitioner may qualify.). Preference will be given to candidates who have an ABD or PhD in Sociology or Criminal Justice, previous teaching experience, and willingness to be flexible in class scheduling.

Deadline : 05/31/2019.

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Send Cover Letter/Letter of Interest; Resume/Curriculum Vitae; Letters of Recommendation; Teaching Evaluations; Transcript.

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Hiring Coordinator
Saint Joseph's University
5600 City Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19131

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