Nature & Purpose of Position/Usual Duties:
The AOS is Ethics with the ability to teach upper-level courses such as Ethical Theories, Bioethics, and Research Ethics/Professional Responsibility online. The successful candidate will be expected to hold regular on-campus office hours and participate in program and departmental activities, which will include helping to develop an online Minor in Ethics.
The regular teaching load will be four online undergraduate courses per semester. It will include, among other things, some combination of Contemporary Moral Issues, Ethical Theories, and Bioethics.
Other Specifications/Instructions for the Position:
The application will require (a) a letter of interest, (b) a curriculum vitae, © three letters of reference, (d) a writing sample, (e) graduate and undergraduate transcripts (Applicants may submit unofficial transcripts for initial screening; however, official transcripts are required for credential review prior to on-campus interviews.), (f) evidence of teaching ability, (g) a statement of online teaching philosophy (with evidence of online teaching experience if it is available), and (h) sample syllabi for online versions of a 2000-level Contemporary Moral Issues course and a 4000-level Bioethics course.
Inquiries should be directed to Dr. Glenn Sanford, Philosophy Program Coordinator, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 936-294-1510. Review of materials will begin September 5, 2017 and continue until the position is filled-incomplete applications will not be reviewed.