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Instructor-Issues in Today's Economy-SUMMER 2017-ONLINE COURSE-INTERNAL SEARCH ONLY

E-appoint Tracking Number: ECON000217

Job Type: Unclassified

Job Category: Faculty

Is position tenure earning: No

Position Department/Office: Economics, Finance, and Banking

Appointment Duration: Other

Position Responsibilities: One opening to teach one 3-hour on-line course (ECON 191-99 Issues in Today’s Economy) for Summer 2017 (June 5-30).

Minimum Requirements: The required degree is a Master of Business Administration or an MA in Economics from an AACSB-accredited institution. Previous experience in teaching economics courses and in conducting online classes at an AACSB-accredited business program is also required.

The Following Background Checks Are Required:

Range/Salary: Contingent upon Funding

Position Closes: Open Until Filled

Application Review: For first consideration, apply by 03/04/17

Application Instructions:

Send credentials (letter of application including vita and names, addresses and contact information of three references) to Dr. Kevin Bracker, Department of Economics, Finance & Banking, Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS 66762, at

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