Bridgewater College seeks qualified, innovative, adjunct instructors to assist with our vibrant core curriculum. If you are creative and highly motivated about teaching students in small classes in a liberal arts setting, we would like to hear from you.
Adjunct in Equine Studies
Instructor needed to teach within the Equine Studies program. Minimum qualifications of a master’s degree in a related field and experience working within the equine industry.
Adjuncts in French
Instructor needed to teach introductory French Language courses at the 101 and 102 level. Minimum qualifications of a master’s degree in French; PhD preferred.
Adjuncts in German
Instructor needed to teach introductory German Language courses at the 101 and 102 level. Minimum qualifications of a master’s degree in German; PhD preferred.
Adjunct in Mathematics
Instructor needed to teach College Algebra and/or Quantitative Reasoning courses. Minimum qualifications of a master’s degree in mathematics or related field; PhD preferred.
Adjuncts in Spanish
Instructor needed to teach introductory Spanish Language courses at the 101 and 102 level. Minimum qualifications of a master’s degree in Spanish; PhD preferred.
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