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- Teach and develop undergraduate courses in health care policy, ethics, and health care finance for traditional and distributed learning modalities. Courses are taught to students enrolled in a B.A. in Public Administration with a Concentration in Health Care Administration and those enrolled in an upper division Certificate in Health Care Administration. Supervise senior projects, administrative practicum and independent study activities.
- Participate in curriculum development activities including the development of curricular materials and special instructional methods. Serve on program, division, and university committees. Render service to the professional and community relevant to academic specialty. Network with professional and community health organizations to develop additional practicum sites for student internships. Serve as faculty advisor for students in the program and in the student club, and perform other related tasks as assigned.
- Masters degree from a regionally accredited or recognized college or university in Health Care Administration, Public Administration, Public Health or a closely related field.
- Evidence of excellence in teaching in the areas of health care policy, ethics, and health care finance.
- Earned doctorate from an accredited university in Health Services Administration; Health Policy and Management; Public Administration with a Specialization in Health Administration; or Public Health or a closely related field.
- (An ABD will be considered, provided applicant completes dissertation by date of hire)
- Ability to interact effectively in a multicultural setting; experience in working with highly diverse communities and demonstrated excellence in teaching to culturally diverse students.
- Demonstrated ability to teach distance education courses.
- Evidence of independence, enthusiasm, and self-direction; ability to plan and organize assigned activities; possess excellent verbal and written
- communication skills.
- Dr. Kristina Guo; email@example.com
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