The Professional Science Master's Program (PSM) invites applications for part time Curriculum Developers/Designers. We seek qualified candidates who can contribute to the university's educational mission and bridge the gap between the classroom and the industry.
Successful candidates will create and/or update curriculum to meet and include the evolving topics and industry, as well as the demand for hybrid and fully online courses. Applicant's core knowledge should include, but is not limited to, any concentration under agriculture, biotechnology, environmental science, food science, kinesiology and physiology, life sciences (chemistry, biology, physics, etc.), engineering (i.e., biomedical, biochemical, chemical, electrical, computer, pharmaceutical, etc.), pharmacology, computer and information science (i.e., statistics and biostatistics, discovery informatics and data science, applied computing, information technology, networking, etc.), and business (i.e., accounting, finance, leadership, marketing, etc.)
Successful candidates will be responsible for the following:
Conducting research of curricula in order to determine what materials, resources and innovations should be added, revised, or adapted to meet new learning models
Developing/redesigning curricula at the graduate level, which will include traditional lecture, hybrid, and/or fully online courses (e.g., transitioning from traditional lecture to hybrid course)
Preparing course materials (i.e., syllabi, presentations, hand-outs, reading materials, videos, etc.), in multiple variations for use in both traditional lectures and online platforms/technology
Minimum Education and Experience:
Master's degree in a related field and/or relevant industry experience is required; doctorate degrees are preferred. Prior teaching experience at the graduate level is preferred.
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