Position Title Per Course Faculty-Finance & General Business (Spring 2022
Work Location Springfield Campus
Department Finance & General Business
Term Summer/Fall Semester (per course faculty only)
Begin Date -Spring Term 01/18/2022
Begin Date - Summer Term 06/07/2021
Begin Date - Fall Term 08/23/2021
Maximum credit hours Per Course faculty can teach 12 Credit Hours per 12
Month Period - Springfield Campus
Description of Primary Duties
The Finance and General Business Department offers courses in Business,
Business Law, Finance, and Insurance. Courses may be taught in traditional
lecture format, online format, blended (mix of online and lecture), or as an
iCourse (lectures delivered via iTunes-U). Per Course faculty teach 1-2
sections of assigned course(s), are available for student assistance
relating to their course(s), maintain course records, determine and enter
final course grades.
Minimum Acceptable Qualifications
Per Course Faculty should possess a master's degree or the equivalent
professional experience in a field determined acceptable by the Dean.
A JD is required to teach business law courses. All full time and part time
faculty members in the COB are required to document their faculty
qualification as part of their annual review. The determination is made
annually on a 5-year rolling window basis.
Special Instructions to Applicants
Missouri State University accepts applications for Per Course Faculty to
establish a broad and diverse pool of available candidates. By submitting an
application for this posting you are applying to be a part of Missouri State
University's Per Course Faculty pool for a potential course that may be
offered in the applicable semester. There may not be a current opening.
Applications and transcripts are evaluated prior to the selection of
interviewees. To receive full consideration, include all documents requested
by the department. Please attach an updated, detailed Curriculum Vitae.
Unofficial transcripts can be attached as an optional document to the online
application. Official transcripts may be required at time of hire to comply
with reporting requirements for Missouri Law.
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Background Check Statement
Employment will require a criminal background check at University expense.
Open Date 10/08/2021
Close Date 01/28/2022
Posting Number 20210045PCF
Quicklink for Posting https: // jobs.missouristate.edu/postings/57964
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How did you hear about this vacancy?
Missouri State University Website
Job Board (CareerBuilder.com, Monster, etc.)
Personal Contacts / Networking
Diversity website posting
(HERC) Higher Education Recruitment Consortium
Please specify the recruitment source where you located this posting. If you selected Employee Referral above, please list the name of the current MSU employee who referred you.
(Open Ended Question)
Are you a current full-time regular Missouri State University employee?
Yes, I am a current full-time faculty/staff University employee.
No, I am not currently employed by the University.
No, I am a current per course faculty member.
No, I am a current part-time staff University employee.
No, I am a current University graduate assistant or teaching assistant.
No, I am a current student University employee.
Do you have a master's degree or terminal degree (e.g. Ph.D., J.D.)?
Do you have experience teaching business-related courses?
Less than one year
What subject area(s) are you interested in teaching?
(Open Ended Question)
Please list any professional certifications or licenses you currently hold.
(Open Ended Question)
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Letter of Recommendation-1 (Non-confidential)
Letter of Recommendation-2 (Non-confidential)
Letter of Recommendation-3 (Non-confidential)
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