The School of Computer Science intends to offer the following courses during the Intersession/Summer 2021 term which might not be staffed by full-time faculty members as part of their normal teaching load. In accordance with section 54-07 of the 2017-2021Collective Agreement, the School invites applications from qualified individuals interested in teaching. This listing is subject to change.
Please be aware that this course posting may require the course to be offered using alternative learning technology in an online environment. To learn about what resources are available to learn about and use these technologies please contact the Office of Open Learning or the Centre for Teaching and Learning.
COMP 1047-91 12 weeks Computer Concepts for End-Users - Distance course
COMP 2067-91 12 weeks Programming for Beginners
COMP 2077-91 12 weeks Problem Solving and Information on the Internet
COMP 2097-91 12 weeks Social Media & Mobile Tech. for End User
COMP 2120-01 12 weeks Object-Oriented Programming
COMP 2560-01 12 weeks Systems Programming
COMP 2650-01 12 weeks Computer Architecture I
COMP 2707-91 12 weeks Advanced Website Design, Construction and Deployment
COMP 3057-91 12 weeks Cyber Ethics - Distance course
COMP 3300-95 12 weeks Operating Systems Fundamentals
COMP 3340-95 12 weeks World Wide Web Information System
COMP 8207-01 12 weeks Emerging Paradigms in Computing Technologies
COMP 8547-01 12 weeks Advanced Computing Concepts
COMP 8547-02 12 weeks Advanced Computing Concepts
COMP 8567-02 12 weeks Advanced Systems Programming
Applications should be submitted using the ONLINE APPLICATION Portal on or before February 14, 2021.
- A Master’s degree in Computer Science is required for teaching core undergraduate Computer Science courses (COMP1XX0 – COMP4XX0).
- A Ph.D. in Computer Science is required to teach CS graduate courses (COMP8XXX).
- Strong English communication and interpersonal skills.
- Computer Science teaching experience at the University level.
- Recent training (past 5 years) in university teaching and Blackboard LMS.
- Recent professional experience (past 7 years) in a position in IT/CS industry which is relevant to the course topics.
- Refereed publications related to the course field published in the past 6 years.
Not all of the above courses may be offered, subject to budgetary approval and teaching allocation changes.
For additional information, please contact the School’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Windsor is committed to employment equity and welcomes applications from Aboriginal Peoples, persons with disabilities and members of the visible minorities. Applications from women are particularly encouraged.
Notes: Subject to provisions of the Collective Agreement, preference will be given to applicants with preferred status and qualified applicants who are full-time faculty members. Applicants who did not hold a faculty position in the School of Computer Science in the past 24 months are required to submit an updated CV and three recent letters of reference (not older than 12 months) to email@example.com. Only those successful will be contacted.