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Teaching responsibilities will include U.S. Media History, a sophomore-level class required of all students in our School of Communications, and one or more of the following undergraduate courses: Media Law, Media Research Methods, or Introduction to Media Communications.
A Ph.D. in communications or a related field is preferred, but advanced ABDs also will be considered. The successful candidate will teach a 4-4 load of undergraduate media studies courses and advise undergraduate students.
The School of Communications emphasizes a commitment to academic excellence, diversity, inclusiveness and shared governance and embraces the teacher/scholar model of higher education. The School has approximately 1,000 undergraduate students in journalism, public relations, media studies, film, video and interactive media. The School offers graduate programs in journalism, public relations, and interactive communications. The Ed McMahon Mass Communications Center at Quinnipiac University is a state-of-the-art instructional facility that includes a high definition television studio and post-production facility.
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