Adjunct Faculty-Research Methods
Franklin University is seeking adjunct faculty members to teach Research Methods courses in an online format beginning Spring Term 2021. These doctoral courses include Advanced Qualitative Research Methods Design, Introduction to Quantitative Research Methods and Design, Introduction to Qualitative Research Methods, Data Visualization, and Text Analysis, are all 8 weeks in length, and will be taught each semester with the exception of Data Visualization and Text Analysis which are future courses that will likely be taught twice per year.
- Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. from an accredited university; prior online teaching experience; as well as research experience in qualitative and quantitative methods.
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