The Department of Engineering Management seeks applications for quarterly adjunct lecturers (QALs) for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Santa Clara University operates on a quarter system. Each quarter (fall, winter, and spring) is 10 weeks long, with an extra week for final examinations. Graduate classes are typically held during the 7:10-9:00 a.m., 5:10-7:00 p.m., and 7:10-9:00 p.m. time slots.
QALs are allowed to teach up to 4 course equivalencies (CEs) per academic year with no more than 2 CEs in any particular quarter. Additionally, QALs are allowed to teach an additional 2 CEs during the summer terms.
Generally, course equivalencies are:
GRADUATE: 4 unit lecture = 1 CE 2 unit lecture = 0.66 CE
$1,600 per unit (lecture courses are generally 2 or 4 units)
Earned graduate degree (Ph.D. preferred) in Engineering, or a closely related field. At a minimum, candidates should hold a Master's degree with equivalent experience.
Demonstrated excellence in teaching at the graduate level.
Minimum of 20 years industry experience in area of expertise
Teach one or more graduate courses in Engineering Management, including:
1. Prepare and conduct all assigned class meetings; 2. Assign and evaluate/grade student work appropriately; 3. Be available to students for consultation outside of class; 4. Assign student grades appropriately and submit them on time to the Office of Student Records; 5. Conduct course assessments as required by the department; and 6. Follow departmental procedures regarding employment of graders and comply with university and school policies, including those delineated in the School of Engineering Term Faculty Handbook (http://cms.scu.edu/engineering/graduate/faculty/Faculty-Resource.cfm)
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