The Adjunct Faculty Pool consists of positions in the three main areas of teaching: business, economics and finance, with emphasis on international issues and quantitative tools.
Brandeis International Business School (IBS) invites applications for its adjunct faculty pool that serves both the graduate school and the undergraduate Business program. Individuals in the pool are asked to teach courses on a part-time basis, usually in the evenings. Main areas of teaching involve business, economics and finance.
Adjunct faculty members are typically distinguished practitioners with concurrent professional careers. In most cases, they also have successful teaching experience. Our adjuncts teach courses such as:
- Transnational Negotiations
- Applications of Econometrics
- International Corporate Finance
- Options & Derivatives
- Corporate Governance
About Brandeis IBS
Brandeis IBS provides an education grounded in rigorous economic and financial theory and gives students the knowledge, skills and experiences they need to build rewarding lives as citizens and professionals in the global economy.
The school is part of Brandeis University, one of the world’s leading research universities, and is located a short distance from Boston, Massachusetts, one of the most vibrant cities in the country for finance, healthcare, biotechnology and innovation. It enrolls 500 students from over 70 countries in MBA, MA, MSF and PhD programs.
In our undergraduate business program, we teach a way of thinking that cuts across disciplines and is rooted in practice. We offer undergraduates an array of business courses covering all the primary business disciplines, supported by a large number of liberal arts courses.
Brandeis University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.