The Department of Economics occasionally needs part-time instructors to teach courses. See a list of courses offered and their descriptions. Please note that there may not be a teaching need for a particular course at any given time. In that case, we will keep your materials on file for two years should the need arise for a part-time instructor with your expertise.
If interested in being considered for a part-time teaching opportunity, please submit your cover letter, current curriculum vita/resumé, and the names and contact information of three academic references to email@example.com.
Your cover letter should indicate the courses in which you are interested in teaching and your expertise in teaching the course(s). The minimum educational level requirement is a master's degree in economics.
Par-time faculty pools
- ECO 1000 Survey of Economics
- ECO 2010 Principles of Microeconomics
- ECO 2020 Principles of Macroeconomics
- ECO 5000 Intermediate Microeconomics
- ECO 5050 Intermediate Macroeconomics
- ECO 5100 Introductory Statistics and Econometrics
- ECO 5200 Regulation and Regulated Industries
- ECO 5210 Market Power and Economic Welfare
- ECO 5300 International Trade
- ECO 5310 International Finance
- ECO 5480 Economics of Work
- ECO 5550 Economics of Health Care
- ECO 5600 Introduction to Development Economics
- ECO 5700 Money and Banking
- ECO 5800 Urban and Regional Economics I