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Adjunct Faculty Criminal Justice and Security Studies

  • Title

    Adjunct Faculty, Criminal Justice and Security Studies
  • Type

    Adjunct
  • Full-/Part-Time

    Part-Time
  • Hours

    Friday 02:00-03:25 pm
  • Start Date

    9/4/2019
  • Date Posted

    7/30/2019

Description

The instructor will deliver coursework in order to fulfill the learning outcomes according to existing syllabi, with flexibility in content and delivery as appropriate. 
 
Senior Thesis I is the first phase of a two semester thesis sequence. Students choose a topic in their respective field, and through library research, they write a comprehensive literature review that is then developed into an original thesis project in Senior Thesis II. Senior Thesis I also synthesizes the full-semester internship with prior coursework, providing students with the opportunity to study a specific area of their major more deeply. Thesis section completed during the fall include; Introduction, Literature Review, Proposed methodology and Annotated Bibliography.
 
In the Fall, Senior Thesis II is offered. It is a continuation of Thesis I. While the faculty from Thesis I is preferred, it not required or automatically assumed.
 
 

Qualifications

MA in relevant field of criminal justice, criminology, security studies, etc. (Ph.D. preferred); previous teaching experience required.
 

To apply for a position, please send a letter of application, resume and names and phone numbers of three references to:

Endicott College
Human Resources
376 Hale Street, Beverly, MA 01915
FAX: (978) 927-0084
E-mail: humanresources@endicott.edu
AA/EOE

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