Henley-Putnam School of Strategic Security employs experienced faculty to provide quality online education and service. Professional academic opportunities at Henley-Putnam range from online instruction of lower division general education to highly specialized doctoral courses, as well as service on dissertation committees.
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Adjunct faculty develop and deliver curricula to students in a virtual classroom. To maintain the quality and currency of Henley-Putnam’s rigorous academic programs, we require all remote faculty to manage online classroom activities, guide students in accessing necessary resources, grade coursework, and provide students with constructive and timely feedback.
Successful candidates must have a master’s degree in the specific area of expertise or 18 hours graduate work in the area of specialization accompanied by a related master’s or terminal degree. Teaching at Henley-Putnam also requires extensive industry and teaching experience. Candidates should exhibit exceptional organizational and communication skills, as well as ability to deliver online instruction to students with diverse learning styles.