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Job TitleAssistant Professor of Criminal Justice
OrganizationConcordia University Texas
ContactKim Akalski
Address11400 Concordia University Drive
LocationAustin, Texas 78726
Position Overview-POSITION SUMMARY

The College of Liberal Arts at Concordia University Texas invites applications for a full-time instructional faculty position in Criminal Justice at the starting rank of Assistant Professor, beginning in August of 2018. Teaching assignments may include courses at any level in Criminal Justice & Criminology. The candidate must be able to demonstrate excellence in teaching advanced, upper-level courses in both online and traditional formats and in directing the implementation of the newly created Criminal Justice major. Applicants must hold a terminal degree in Criminal Justice, Criminology, or a related field.

Please go to Concordia University Texas web page for the full job description and how to apply:


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