Franklin Pierce University's College of Business is seeking applications from candidates interested in teaching undergraduate and graduate courses on a part-time basis. These courses will be held in the the Spring 2022 semester in-person at our Rindge campus, as well as Online for our 2021-2022 academic year terms. This post is for the purpose of developing a deeper pool of qualified instructors to meet our growing needs.
Courses are offered both in-person, for our undergraduate Rindge campus classes and online, for our graduate and undergraduate online courses.
Anticipated teaching needs include the following content areas:
Franklin Pierce was founded in 1962 from the perspective that "only the small college can provide the intimate relationships between those who learn and those who teach." More than five decades later, the University remains committed to this vision. With an environment that fosters intellectual curiosity and a sense of place, the community of educators at Pierce prepares every graduate for life on the other side of a degree through a combination of personalized teaching, and experiential and applied learning, including research, internships, and co-ops.
Through campuses in Rindge, New Hampshire and Goodyear, Arizona, as well as centers across New Hampshire in Manchester, Portsmouth, and Lebanon, Franklin Pierce provides flexible learning options that serve a wide range of students. Whether on-campus or online, students can follow a traditional undergraduate track to an associate or bachelor's degree, or pursue an advanced master's or doctoral degree.
The University community affectionately referred to as "Raven Nation" includes its Division II athletics program, which involves approximately 40% of the undergraduate student body. With more than 75 NCAA Championship appearances..., the University boasts six national championships in both men's and women's soccer, more than 40 conference championships, and 10 national players of the year. Franklin Pierce continues to establish itself as a resource and partner to the regions it serves, building relationships with employers and stakeholders that mutually benefit its students and businesses in need of a highly-prepared employee base. As such, the institution delivers on its vision to provide distinctive opportunities that intentionally connect academic majors and programs to meaningful career options, and produce ethical leaders and catalysts for positive change within and beyond their communities.