Adjunct Faculty, Master in Professional Studies (MPS) User Experience Design (UXD)
Maryland Institute College of Art
Internal Number: R149
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âÂ Â To provide instruction for User Experience Design (UXD) graduate students and to convey knowledge from a professional perspective..
Summary of Essential Functions: âÂ Â Â Holds instructional class session once a week for the duration of the class. âÂ Â Â Holds office hours once a week for the duration of the class. âÂ Â Â Provides core instruction to satisfy primary learning objectives of course.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities: âÂ Â Â Create lesson plans for duration of course âÂ Â Â Deliver live lectures for students âÂ Â Â Maintain communication with students, delivering a reply within 24 hours of receipt of communication âÂ Â Â Perform other related duties as assigned
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: âÂ Â Â Knowledge of: User Experience Design subject matter
Minimum qualifications: âÂ Â Â Education: Bachelor's degree in a related field âÂ Â Â Experience: 5+ years of related experience
Preferred Qualifications: âÂ Â Â Masterâs degree in a related field âÂ Â Â Experience: 10+ years of related experience
Conditions of Employment:Â âÂ Â Â Conditions: Background Check Â
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