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PT Lecturer - Commerce and Economic Development
Northeastern University | Boston, Massachusetts
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The College of Professional Studies at Northeastern University invites applications for a part-time faculty position to teach graduate level courses in the master's degree program in Commerce and Economic Development. Launched in Winter 2012, the CED program offers students the opportunity to apply economics and analytical techniques to commerce and economic development and distinguish themselves as analysts in either the public or private sectors. The position requires working with CED faculty to deliver high-quality course content and support students in learning and skills development. Current openings exist in the following courses, but not limited to: - Applied Mathematics and Statistics for Economics - Applied Econometrics - Applied Regression Analysis - Intermediate/Advanced Microeconomics - Intermediate/Advanced Macroeconomics - Data Analysis - Applied Microeconomics Theory - Applied Macroeconomics Theory - Economics of Human Capital - Cultural Economic Development - Law and Economics - Environmental Economics - Sustainable Economic Development - Economics of E-Commerce Please refer to our program's website to view a more detailed description of your course of interest. Teaching one or more 8 week (Summer term, usually starting in July) or 12 week (Fall, Winter and Spring; September, January and April starts, respectively) asynchronous online courses, or blended courses, per academic year. Both blended and online courses have a Blackboard component, which require pre-term course development (including weekly readings, assignments, and multi-media lectures), and in-term commitments of monitoring online discussion boards, general course management, grading, and online presence of at least one hour per day, five days a week at the instructor's schedule. Online courses are asynchronous, and although near daily participation is a must, an exact time is not required. Training in Blackboard (the online course platform) will be provided. NU Online - 137010

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