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The successful applicant must have a Ph.D. in Criminal Justice or Criminology or a terminal degree in a related field. Experience in forensic science is essential. Faculty members are expected to demonstrate excellence in teaching, evidence of scholarly research and involvement in university and/or community activities. The ideal candidate will be a generalist with the ability to teach a range of courses including, but not limited to: crime scene investigation, forensic criminology, forensic victimology, sex crimes, violent crimes, forensic lab techniques and statistics. A typical teaching load for the Assistant Professor of Forensic Science may include four courses per fall and spring semesters. Duties will include serving as academic advisor for the forensic science majors and administering the forensic science internship course.
Founded in 1852 by the Society of Mary, Marianists, St. Mary’s is a comprehensive Catholic and Marianist university with a strong tradition of integrating liberal arts with professional studies. St. Mary’s enrolls 4,000 students in a diverse university with five schools, more than 40 academic programs including Ph.D. and J.D. programs, and numerous pre-professional programs. St. Mary’s has been cited for high graduation rates among Texas colleges and is ranked among the best in the West Region for value and academic quality by U.S. News & World Report.
St. Mary’s is the oldest Catholic university in the Southwest, and continues to advocate the Marianist mission of academic excellence and servant leadership. St. Mary’s fosters a community of faith in which people of varied traditions and experiences unite in commitment to an educational venture, in dedication to a life of scholarship, and in service to society. The successful candidate does not need to be of the Catholic faith, but is expected to contribute to the University’s mission and be supportive of the Roman Catholic and Marianist educational mission.
Doctoral degree must be from an accredited institution and must be completed at time of employment (August 2013). Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
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