Adjunct Assistant Professor - Object-Oriented Programming using C# (180560)

Johnson County Community College Shawnee Mission, KS
Instruct students in one evening section of CS236 (Object-oriented programming using C#).

Required Skills

* Required Skills:

* A master's degree or above in computer science (or subfield) or computer information systems; or a master's degree or above with 18 graduate hours in computer science (or subfield) or computer information systems; or a bachelor's degree or above with 1) at least two years of discipline-related, non-teaching work experience and 2) a significant amount of discipline-related course work at least one level above the course desired to teach.

* Effective communication and interpersonal skills

* Solid knowledge of the C# programming language

Preferred Skills

* Experience with learning management systems

Required Experience

* Teaching experience in an academic setting preferred

* Current industry or educational experience in the field preferred

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