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*Saint Leo University is seeking adjunct instructors to teach Graduate level CRJ 530 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice Administration course from their home to a number of University Centers.
Appointments for upcoming terms.
Applications processed upon receipt of all official transcripts, while the posting is active.
An adjunct instructor is a term-to-term appointment, with responsibility to students, course materials and classroom instruction.
Instructors will be responsible for teaching within the Department of Public Safety Administration, CRJ 530 Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice Administration via Video Conferencing (VTT) from their home.
A Doctorate degree in the discipline. The degree must be from a regionally accredited institution.
A Master’s degree in the discipline from a regionally accredited institution.
*A Doctorate degree:
Ph.D. in Criminal Justice
EDD with specialization in Criminal Justice
DBA with specialization in Criminal Justice.
The degree must be from a regionally accredited institution.
Juris Doctorates will not be considered for this position
*10 Years Criminal Justice experience
*Computer with high-speed internet
*Capability of loading software used for video conferencing or VTT.
*Webcam for video conferencing
*Available for teaching Monday and Tuesday evenings
*Comprehensive knowledge of APA formatting
A Doctorate degree in Criminal Justice. The degree must be from a regionally accredited institution.
7-10 years teaching experience
Experience with teaching via video conferencing/VTT.
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