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Adjunct Faculty - Cyber Security Program - Virtual

Position Deleted on 10/10/2011. This position is no longer an active posting on HigherEdJobs.
  • Faculty - Science - Computer Science
  • Faculty - Business - Information Systems and Technology
Application Due:
Open Until Filled
Make a Difference- TEACH

We're seeking talented adjunct/part-time faculty for upcoming semesters and beyond who are ready to challenge students in one of higher education's most dynamic learning environments.

Teach for UMUC and enjoy:

* Flexible Schedule - teaching that fits into your work and personal life

* Choices - online or on-site

* Training - superior preparation for online teaching with Web Tycho, our state-of-the-art proprietary platform and

opportunity for professional development workshops

* Support - collegial sharing and peer mentoring

* Satisfaction - interaction with highly motivated, professional adult students

* Benefits - access to some state of Maryland benefits

* Library - access to UMUC's Information and Library Services while actively teaching


Adjunct faculty teach core and specialty courses to non-traditional students on a part-time basis. Courses are taught in either an online or onsite format, depending on the course and the semester. Online courses are asynchronous. Most onsite courses meet in the evenings or weekends.

Graduate School Coursework for Cyber Security focuses on: Computer Security, Hardware Assurance, Hardware Assurance & Security Management, Network and Internet Security, Intrusion Detection & Intrusion Prevention, Cryptology & Data Protection, Computer Forensics, Security Policy, and Ethics & the Legal Environment.

Undergraduate School Coursework for Cyber Security focuses on: Information System Architecture, Information Systems & Security, Security Issues & Emerging Technologies, Disaster Recovery Planning, Information Security Needs Assessment & Planning and Cyber Terrorism.


To teach Cyber Security in the School of Undergrad Studies requires a Master's degree from a regionally accredited institution with relevant senior level professional experience. Terminal degree is HIGHLY PREFERRED. Relevant senior level professional experience, three years of teaching experience and CISSP, MCSE, CEH or Security+ certifications strongly preferred.

To teach Cyber Security Policy & Technical in the Graduate School requires a Doctoral degree (i.e., PhD, DBA, JD, etc.) from a regionally accredited institution. Relevant senior level professional experience, three years of teaching experience and CISSP strongly preferred.

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