|Responsibilities include teaching a variety of undergraduate courses in computer science consistent with the needs of the department, participating in curriculum development in undergraduate and graduate programs in computer science, advising undergraduate students, performing research in an area of interest in computer science, and providing service to the department, the college, the university and the profession.
The Department of Computer Science offers three degree programs: the Bachelor of Science in Computer Science (accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org), the Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Systems, and the Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology.
The Department of Computer Science will consider exceptional candidates in any computing area, but is particularly interested in candidates whose primary expertise is in cyber security, architecture, or database management. We are interested in applicants with the ability to teach a wide range of computer science courses, including Analysis of Algorithms, Data Structures, System Administration, and Network Administration, and whose areas of expertise complement existing strengths in the department.
A Ph.D. in computer science or a related discipline is required. Appropriate teaching experience at the university/college level, computing experience in industry and demonstrated potential for research productivity are desirable. Unix Administration expertise is also advantageous.