Location: Alfred, NY Category: Adjunct Faculty Posted On: Thu Oct 13 2016 Job Description:
The Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences at Alfred State is seeking Adjunct Instructors to teach undergraduate courses in criminal justice for the spring of 2016. The courses include Criminology, Policing in a Free Society and The Corrections Process in the United States. Policing in a Free Society examines the contemporary issues facing law enforcement such as the balancing of individual liberties in a free society while providing effective crime control at the local, state and federal level. Introduction to the Corrections Process provides a historical perspective of corrections in the United States to include the evolution from incarceration to community corrections and the ethical dilemmas confronting the discipline today.
All applicants must have teaching experience and a minimum of 12 graduate credits in criminal justice. A Master's degree is preferred.
Preference will be given to candidates with one or more of the following experiences:
local or state correctional experience
probation or parole experience
management and/or assignment of personnel to operational functions
Project-based learning is a cornerstone of our Alfred State culture. When students work on real-world problems, they learn how to think, not what to think. As a result, Alfred State has a 99% employment and transfer rate. Many of our programs lead to internships with area companies. We also offer job placement services and very active academic advising and counseling. In our most recent placement ...survey, 99% of our graduates either found jobs or went on to pursue four-year degrees.Being well-prepared and work-ready gives ASC students a significant head start on life and in their professional careers. Employees consistently marvel at how ASC graduates are able to hit the ground running; making an ASC degree worth more in the marketplace.