Adjunct Faculty-Accounting

Bryant & Stratton College Syracuse , NY 13201

Posted 2 days ago

Job Knowledge/Systems:

  • Provide instruction for the assigned contact hours per week.

  • Participate in campus wide initiatives in support of recruitment, retention, and graduation goals.

  • Maintain one Skills Assistance contact hour per week for every five instructional hours assigned.

  • Maintain one-half Administrative contact hour per week for each course assigned.

  • Maintain a current knowledge of teaching discipline.

  • Attend required staff meetings and in-service training.

  • Utilize active learning (facilitation), authentic assessment, and portfolio assignments to support the teaching and learning outcomes of the College.

  • Adhere to and uphold all established operational policies and procedures as described in operating documentation (Official Catalog, Faculty Guide, Associate Guide).

Requirements Knowledge, Skills, & Experience

All instructors will possess and exhibit qualities of professionalism, integrity, self-esteem, self-motivation, and a strong desire to guide students to improve their career prospects.

All instructors are expected to possess the credential and experiential requirements as described in Bryant & Stratton College Policy No. 035: Master's degree in Accounting, or an MBA with an Accounting Concentration

All instructors are expected to maintain a contemporary skill set in support of active learning and authentic assessment evaluation methodology.

All instructors are responsible for establishing and maintaining a classroom climate consistent with the College values


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