ADULT PROFESSIONAL (GPS) PROSPECTIVE ADJUNCT FACULTY

The Averett University Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) program is seeking applications from qualified adjuncts in a few, select disciplines to be added to our adjunct faculty pool.

Our expanded offerings in Criminal Justice/Sociology mean we need additional adjunct faculty members with experience in the field to teach online:

  • Candidates with a master’s degree (or higher) in sociology to teach at the undergraduate level
  • Candidates with a terminal degree in criminal justice, or a closely related field, to teach in the Masters of Science Criminal Justice Administration and Leadership program.  In addition to the terminal degree, candidates must have significant related professional experience.  Qualified instructors must be able to teach in one or more of these areas:
    • Crime and criminology
    • Criminal justice services
    • Crime data analysis
    • Administration & leadership
    • Policy analysis and evaluation
    • Ethics, diversity, computer applications, problem solving in administration, or media relations – specifically in the criminal justice context

A new minor for online undergraduate degree programs is in development. We are seeking online adjunct faculty who hold at least a master’s degree in cyber security, computer forensics, or closely related field with sufficient professional experience to teach one or more topics:

  • IT infrastructure
  • Data communication and networking
  • Information and network security
  • Digital forensic analysis

Candidates with a terminal degree in a business discipline with 18 or more graduate credit hours in: Economics or quantitative business research who can teach evening classes on-ground at one of our Virginia locations — Quantico, Glen Allen, or Danville.

Candidates with a terminal degree in nursing or nursing/healthcare administration to teach online.

If you meet the stated minimum requirements for one of these positions and would like to be considered to join our adjunct faculty pool, please submit an “Adjunct Interest” form. You may also submit a current C.V./resume, in addition to the “Adjunct Interest” form, to: akautzman@averett.edu.

About our students

GPS students are working adults who are seeking a degree (or two) to further their current career, obtain promotions, or change careers. We seek faculty members who have the expertise and experience to provide an education to support our students in reaching their goals.

About our degree programs

Averett GPS currently offers the following degree programs to adult learners:

  • Associate of Science – Business Administration
  • Bachelor of Applied Science – Leadership Studies concentration
  • Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA)
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
  • Bachelor of Science in Sociology & Criminal Justice
  • Master of Business Administration (MBA)
  • Master of Business Administration – Marketing concentration
  • Master of Business Administration – Leadership concentration
  • Master of Business Administration – Human Resource Management concentration
  • Master of Education (M.Ed.) – Curriculum and Instruction concentration
  • Master of Education (M.Ed.) – Administration and Supervision concentration
  • Master of Education (M.Ed.) – Special Education concentration with licensure track
  • Master of Science in Applied Data Analytics
  • Master of Science in Criminal Justice – Administration and Leadership
  • Additional degree programs in Nursing are being developed.

About our courses

Our GPS courses are offered in an accelerated format, running from five (5) to ten (10) weeks each depending on the course and level (undergraduate or graduate). On-ground courses meet one evening a week for four hours and have assignments due the first evening of class. Online courses have multiple assignments due throughout the week, often within a few days of the course start date. Courses are pre-developed and instructors are provided with a Faculty Instructional Guide for each course they teach. The program does not operate on a semester or term basis; rather cohorts of students and courses are scheduled as needed throughout the year. Since students are scheduled for their entire core program up front, faculty members normally are contracted well in advance of their course start date.

About our locations

While many of our programs are offered online, we are particularly in need of faculty members who can teach on-ground classes at one or more of our Virginia locations:

  • Danville
  • Quantico
  • Richmond
  • Roanoke

To learn more

Please visit our GPS website and review our course offerings.