The Department of History and Political Science at Perimeter College is devoted to enlivening our studies and teaching and wholly engaging our students in the learning process. The department is home to History, Political Science, and African-American Studies. Political science classes examine human behavior through data, political systems, institutions and behaviors. Students who study here go on to pursue bachelor's and advanced degrees and careers in law, business, journalism and education-among other professions. The department feels, as did Aristotle, that the study of politics (as well as history and related subjects) is essential to achieving a stable and orderly society-one that develops, advances and improves lives.
Tenure-track positions are academic year (August-May) appointments.
The selected candidate will be responsible for:
* Providing 27-32 semester hours of instruction per academic yea
* Providing student support and guidance
* Maintaining weekly office hours
* Working effectively and professionally with colleagues
Perimeter College places emphasis on fostering innovation and nurturing professional advancement. The prospective candidate is expected to actively participate in professional development activities that reflect career aspirations aligned with the college's mission and vision. Expected responsibilities include a commitment to serve Perimeter College at the department, college, and university levels.
Ph.D in Political Science or closely related field.
Experience teaching political science at the collegiate level.
Experience in teaching Online.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
Please be sure to indicate you saw this position on Globaljobs.org