Overview

General Description of Position: Adjunct Faculty positions are temporary, part-time positions hired each semester on an as-needed basis. The adjunct faculty member will be responsible for creating a learning environment that assists students in reaching their goals; and for providing effective instruction and assessment within the framework of common syllabi provided by the School.
Major Responsibilities:  
Minimum Qualifications:
Agriculture Program Standard:

A qualified faculty member in Agriculture meets the School of Technology criteria:

  1. Possesses an earned baccalaureate or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in the fields of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Agriculture Education, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Systems Management, Agronomy, Animal Science, Botany, Horticulture, or Plant Science; or
  2. Possesses a current Workplace Specialist License granted by the Indiana Department of Education appropriate to course objectives and directly linked to credentials, certifications, and competencies listed in the Curriculum of Record (COR), or
  3. Possesses an earned associate or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution directly related to the program’s discipline, and has two years of directly related work experience.
Preferred Qualifications: AGRI 110 Course Standard:

A qualified faculty member teaching Introduction to Agricultural Business and Economics possesses an earned master’s or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in Agricultural Economics, or Agriculture Education or a Master of Business Administration (MBA).

 

AGRI 111 Course Standard:

A qualified faculty member teaching Crop Production possesses an earned

master’s or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in Agronomy, or Agriculture Education.

 

AGRI 112 Course Standard:

A qualified faculty member teaching Fundamentals of Horticulture possesses an earned master’s or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in Horticulture, or Agriculture Education.

 

AGRI 113 Course Standard: A qualified faculty member teaching Animal Agriculture possesses an earned master’s or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in Animal Science, or Agriculture Education.

 

AGRI 114 Course Standard:

A qualified faculty member teaching Introduction to Agricultural Systems possesses an earned master’s or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in the fields of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Agricultural Systems, Management, Agronomy, Animal Science or Agricultural Economics, or Agriculture Education.

 

AGRI 209 Course Standard:

A qualified faculty member teaching Agricultural Commodity Marketing meets the course standard through one of two routes:

  1. Possesses an earned baccalaureate or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in the fields of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Agriculture Education, Agricultural Economics, Agricultural Systems Management, Agronomy, Animal Science, Botany, Horticulture, Plant Science, or other agriculture related discipline; or
  2. Possesses an earned baccalaureate or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution and holds a Series 3 commodity futures broker license from NASD.

 

AGRI 210 Course Standard:

A qualified faculty member teaching Management Methods for Agricultural Business possesses an earned master’s or higher degree, from a regionally accredited institution, in Agricultural Economics, or Agriculture Education or a Master of Business Administration (MBA).

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