Overview

Did you know you could teach for our university without leaving your current job? At University of Phoenix, our flexible class schedules mean you can teach for us part-time without interrupting your full-time career. That’s because we want faculty members who are active in their fields and bring real-world experience to the classroom.

University of Phoenix College of Security and Criminal Justice offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs that provide the skills needed to develop the next generation of leaders in security and criminal justice. Students are supported by faculty members who are experts and leaders in their fields. The College’s Faculty Advisory Council reviews trends and helps keep curriculum on pace with national and international market demands.

RESPONSIBILITIES

As a faculty member you’ll be challenged with adding your professional expertise to instruct a curriculum which is centrally developed with specific learning objectives.
Provide timely and detailed feedback on a weekly basis and offer student support via classroom, phone, and email.
Utilize classroom learning system technology (provided by university), the Internet, and Microsoft Office software.
Perform other duties as assigned or apparent.

QUALIFICATIONS

MUST meet one of the numbered pathways below, as well as any applicable clarifications stated, (including education, area of study and previous work experience, including minimum number of years and types of experience):

Master’s degree or higher in Criminal Justice (or related) and 2 years of supervisory/administrative level experience designing and/or conducting qualitative and/or quantitative scientific research related to criminal justice and/or public administration.

Master’s degree or higher in any field and 18 hours of graduate criminal justice or related credits and 2 years of supervisory/administrative level experience designing and/or conducting qualitative and/or quantitative scientific research related to criminal justice and/or public administration.

Master’s degree or higher in any field with 5 years of supervisory-level experience (process or personnel) designing and/or conducting qualitative and/or quantitative scientific research related to criminal justice and/or public administration.