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The department of Art and Design seeks a candidate to teach 300-level course, Interactive Design.
Teach one or more courses in the College of Adult & Professional Studies as assigned by program director.
*This posting does not represent a specific adjunct opening. Availability of adjunct positions is based on the current needs of the College of Adult & Professional Studies and an applicant's qualifications (education and work-related experience).*
Teach one or more courses in the College of Adult & Professional Studies and/or Graduate School as assigned by program director.
*This posting does not represent a specific adjunct opening. Availability of adjunct positions is based on the current needs of the Graduate School and an applicant's qualifications (education and work-related experience).*
Adjunct faculty members are an important part of our academic programs. Thank you for your interest in supporting Bethel’s commitment to provide high quality learning experiences for our students.
Teach face-to-face and online sections of MATH301M: Managerial Mathematics to adult, undergraduate business students.
This art education professional will teach a graduate-level methods of visual arts course. This course takes place on weekends and weeknights in November and December in Arden Hills, Minnesota. This person will also supervise some of the visual arts teaching candidates during their student teaching placements.
The department of Art and Design seeks a candidate to teach 100-level course, Foundations: Color, Composition, and Ideation.
Introduction to Creative Arts is a large General Education Studies requirement that is team taught, covering an introduction to Visual Art, Theatre Arts, and Music. Candidate will be responsible for teaching the Visual Arts portion of the course content. The format of this course alternates between large group lectures (135 students), off-campus field trips, and smaller discussion groups for hands-on learning (45 students).
Bethel University seeks a passionate, dynamic, and culturally competent leader to serve as the dean of Bethel Seminary. The dean provides vision and leadership to the Seminary on two campuses, one in Saint Paul, MN, and one in San Diego, CA. The dean will be responsible to evaluate and draw on the strengths of Bethel Seminary and develop a vision that will meet the variable academic needs of students engaging ministry, defined broadly, to a changing world.
The dean has the primary responsibility to develop a strategic vision, provide leadership, and manage educational programs that serve all Bethel Seminary students. This individual is responsible to grow the Seminary enrollments and increase academic quality while overseeing the Seminary’s financial performance. In addition to leading the Seminary, the dean serves as a campus dean for either the Saint Paul or San Diego campus. A key partner in the work will be a campus-based leader at the corresponding campus who will report to and be hired with significant input from the Seminary dean.
This is a full-time faculty position with extensive teaching, research, and leadership responsibility in the College of Adult & Professional Studies and Graduate School, specifically the Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) program. Courses taught in this area will depend on the candidate's specializations and the needs of the DNP program.
Full-Time Faculty Appointment in the Department of Business and Economics (Tenure Track).
The COAMFTE-accredited Marital and Family Therapy and Mental Health Counseling programs at Bethel Seminary San Diego (Bethel University) invite applications for a tenure-track faculty position at the advanced assistant or the associate professor level beginning Fall 2018. As a faith-based institution, Bethel's MFT/MHC programs emphasize integration of faith into clinical practices and teaching. The MFT/MHC programs have approximately 60 students for which the professor will teach graduate-level courses. The professor will also be required to direct the clinical training portion of the programs.
Teach undergraduate courses in Neuroscience. Collaboration with the Biology Department on the new Neuroscience program is expected.
Candidate must be committed to the liberal arts educational mission and evangelical Christian orientation of the University and demonstrate commitment to excellence in undergraduate teaching, mentoring students, and scholarship.
Bethel University seeks an innovative, experienced leader to serve as the founding program director of Bethel’s planned Doctorate of Physical Therapy program. The program director will lead the design, development, launch, and growth of a successful, high-quality Doctorate in Physical Therapy program. This person must be knowledgeable about and responsible for program organization, administration, fiscal management, continuous review and analysis, planning, development, and participation in the accreditation process.