The Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science at Augsburg University is seeking applicants for adjunct teaching positions in spring 2018.
Each course pays approximately $4,250-$4,400 depending upon highest degree completed, and requires approximately 12-15 hours/week. Responsibilities include preparing the use of class time, constructing assignments, grading, teaching the class, and office hours, and regular contact with department chair. Shared offices are provided. A maximum of two courses per instructor is possible.
CSC 160 Introduction to Computer Science and Communication. Description: An introduction to computer science topics in hardware, software, theory, and computer communications: algorithm design, logical circuits, network concepts, the Internet, and programming. Currently introduces Python. Class meets: MWF 9:20-11:10 a.m. with some availability before and after for office hours.
CSC 170 Introduction to Programming. Description: A study of problem-solving, algorithm development, and programming using a high-level programming language. Currently introduces Java. Class meets: MWF 12:30-1:40 p.m. with some availability before and after for office hours. Could be MWF 8:00-9:00 a.m. instead.
CSC 240 Intro to Networking and Communications. Description: Principles and methods of data communications, information theory, distributed processing systems, network protocols and security, standards, network management, and general computer interfacing. Prerequisite(s): = one semester of computer programming. Class meets: MWF 1:50-3:00 p.m. with some availability before and after for office hours. Possibly could be moved to one evening a week 6-9:30 p.m.
CSC 395 Topics in Computer Science Topic and prerequisite negotiated with the department. Meets Thursday 6-9:30 p.m. Possibly could be moved to a different evening.
Candidates must hold a Master's degree or higher in Computer Science or an allied field. Some experience teaching or working with undergraduate students is preferred.
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