Portland State University’s Department of Computer Science invites applications for Adjunct Instructors with expertise in core areas of computer science and teaching experience to teach undergraduate sections of courses in computer science. Instructors must be qualified to teach courses in one or more of the following core areas: (see PSU Bulletin for individual course descriptions):
CS 106 Computing Fundamentals II CS 161 Introduction to Programming and Problem-solving CS 201 Computer Systems Programming CS 202 Programming Systems CS 250 Discrete Structures I CS 251 Discrete Structures II CS 300 Elements Of Software Engineering CS 305 Social, Ethical, and Legal Implications of Computing CS 311 Computational Structures CS 320 Principles of Programming Languages CS 333 Introduction to Operating Systems CS 345U Cyberculture: The Internet and Popular Culture CS 346U Exploring Complexity in Science and Technology CS 347U The Internet Age CS 348U Digital Media, Tech., & Society CS 350 Algorithms and Complexity CS 420 Object Oriented Programming CS 441 Artificial Intelligence CS 445 Machine Learning CS 447 Computer Graphics CS 451 Numerical Computation CS 454 Software Engineering CS 457 Functional Languages CS 467 The Wireless Web CS 480 Randomized Algorithms and Probabilistic Analysis CS 485 Cryptography CS 486 Introduction to Database Management Systems CS 491 Introduction to Computer Security CS 492 Malware CS 493 Digital Forensics CS 494 Internetworking Protocols
B.S./B.A. in Computer Science ( or closely related field). Previous teaching experience.
Ph.D. in Computer Science (or closely related field). Previous experience teaching large undergraduate classes in Computer Science.
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