Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is currently hiring adjunct faculty for graduate courses
in the Master of Science in Aeronautics Degree (College of Aviation School of
Graduate Studies) at the Daytona Beach campus. This is an excellent opportunity
to help shape the next generation of rising leaders in the aeronautics industry
while remaining current in your discipline and forming part of a dynamic team
of scholars. We have 100 graduate
students from all parts of the world and are searching for a few part-time
(adjunct) instructors to teach face-to-face (traditional classroom) courses on
our Daytona Beach Campus in a wide variety of topics that are all related to
aeronautics. Adjunct instructors are
invited to all functions in the School of Graduate Studies, such as faculty
meetings and retreats.
The position requires only teaching with no expectation of service duties, research, or
other scholarly activity; although opportunities exist to participate in faculty
research projects if so desired. Adjunct
faculty may be invited to teach one to two courses per semester (January
through May and August through December).
Courses may be taught during business hours or during evening hours,
subject to instructor and student availability.
The candidate must possess effective oral and written communications
skills. The ideal candidate will have
established a record of, or be able to successfully demonstrate, teaching
excellence. The campus has an Center for
Teaching and Learning Excellence to assist new and experienced instructors in
the science and art of creating learning.
Please read about the course you are applying for, prior to submitting your application:
Graduate course catalog: https://catalog.erau.edu/daytona-beach/graduate-courses/
All applications will be reviewed towards current course openings.
We are currently hiring adjunct instructors to teach the following specialization areas of the Master of Science in Aeronautics degree program: Space Studies, Unmanned Aerospace Systems, Aviation Safety Systems, Aviation Operations, and Research Methods and Statistics.
Current courses are listed below:
MSA 601 – Applications
in Space: Commerce, Defense, and ExplorationMSA 511 – Earth
Observation and Remote SensingMSA 512 – Space Mission
and Launce OperationsMSA 513 – Space Habitation
and Life Support SystemsMSA 533 – Unmanned
Aerospace SystemsMSA 531 – Robotics and
ControlMSA 637 – Unmanned
Aerospace Systems Operations and PayloadsMSA 638 – Human Factors
in Unmanned Aerospace SystemsMSA 611 – Aviation/Aerospace
System SafetyMSA 621 – Aviation/Aerospace
Safety Program ManagementMSA 515 -
Aviation/Aerospace Simulation SystemsMSA 516 – Applications
in Crew Resource ManagementMSA 619 – Airport Safety
and CertificationMSA 620 – Air Carrier
OperationsMSA 622 – Corporate Aviation
OperationsMSA 662 – Statistical
Analysis for Aviation/AerospaceMSA 670 – Research
Methods for Aviation/Aerospace