Adjunct Faculty-Undergraduate Criminal Justice (Marietta), Saint Leo University
|Job Title:||Adjunct Faculty-Undergraduate Criminal Justice (Marietta)|
|Job Summary:||Saint Leo University is creating a pool of potential adjunct instructors to teach POL 123, Introduction to Law and the Legal System; CRM 220, Survey of the Criminal Justice System; CRM/POL 222, Introduction to Homeland Defense; CRM 225, Criminal Investigation; CRM 230, Introduction to Crime Scene Investigation; CRM 231, Forensic Science and Criminal Justice; CRM 301, Leadership and Management in Criminal Justice; CRM 302, Critical Incidents in Policing; CRM 303, legal Issues in Criminal justice Administration; CRM 321, Substantive Criminal Law; CRM 322, Law of Criminal Procedure; CRM 328, Drugs, Society, and Human Behavior; CRM 330, Organized Crime; CRM 331, White-Collar Crime; CRM 332, Terrorism; CRM 333, Violent Crime; CRM 341, history and Science of criminal Identification; CRM 342, Evidence Collection and Preservation; CRM 343, Bodily Fluids as Evidence; CRM 344, Scientific Writing and Courtroom Testimony; CRM 350, Criminal Justice Ethics; CRM 355, Stress Management in law Enforcement; CRM 361, Legal Issues in Counter-Terrorism; CRM 363, Exploitable Weaknesses in Terrorist Organizations; CRM 365, local Response to Terrorism; CRM 367, International Sex Trafficking of Women and Children; CRM 370, Juvenile Justice; CRM 419, Police Organization and Administration; CRM 422, Law Enforcement Systems; CRM 425, Field Placement in Criminal Justice; CRM 426, Theories of Criminal Behavior; CRM 430, Correctional Systems; CRM 489, Organizational Design and function; and CRM 499, Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice at our Marietta location.|
Appointments are for immediate and upcoming terms.
|Basic Function:||An adjunct instructor is a term-to-term appointments with responsibility to students, course material and classroom instruction.|
Master’s degree (with 18 graduate hours in Criminal Justice or closely related field) from a regionally accredited institution is the minimum requirement for undergraduate programs. Doctorate degree (with 18 graduate hours in Criminal Justice or closely related field)from a regionally accredited institution is required for graduate programs.
A doctorate degree in criminal justice from a regionally accredited institution is preferable.
A Master’s degree and at least 18 graduate credit hours in Criminal Justice or a closely related field is the minimum requirement for undergraduate programs. The degree must be from a regionally accredited institution.
|Open Until Filled||No|
|Special Instructions to Applicants:||Official transcripts for Master and Doctorate degrees are required to complete your application packet and are to be issued directly to Saint Leo University from the respective education institution.|
Please have transcripts and certified evaluations mailed to:
SAINT LEO UNIVERSITY
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS – MC2006
ATTN: VERONICA MANTEGNA
PO BOX 6665
SAINT LEO FL 33574-6665
Transcripts mailed to any other address or location will result in a delay of your application process.
Transcripts that are issued / addressed to the student or received by the student are NOT accepted.
A certified evaluation and translation from World Education Services (WES) is required for foreign transcripts. You may contact WES directly at www.wes.org or 800-937-3895.
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