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Adjunct CHEMI 121 and 122 General Chemistry I and II with lab

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Part Time

The Division of Health, Mathematics and Sciences is seeking adjunct instructors to teach courses for the Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 semesters. Opportunities are available for teaching the following classes:

CHEMI 121 and 122 General Chemistry I and II with lab.

These are face-to-face classes offered during the day. Minimum requirements are a masters degree in the field of the course to be taught OR a masters degree in any field plus 18 hours of graduate credits earned in the field of the course to be taught. Priority will be given to applicants with prior college teaching experience and familiarity with an LMS such as Canvas. Instructors are expected to adhere to all college policies and procedures, teach in accordance with established course goals and student learning outcomes, and uphold the mission and values of Columbia College.

Qualified applicants should upload a letter of application, CV, unofficial graduate transcripts, and the names and contact information for three current references through the online submission website at

If you have any additional questions regarding the positions, please contact Dr. Julia Baker, Dean of Health, Mathematics, and Sciences (

The successful candidate must arrange for all official undergraduate and graduate transcripts to be sent to the Provost Office.

About Columbia College

Columbia College was founded in 1854 as Columbia Female College by the Methodist Conference of South Carolina. Today, Columbia College offers a personalized liberal arts education that is open and inclusive to all. The College provides educational opportunities that develop students capacity for critical thought and expression, lifelong learning and acceptance of personal responsibility.

Columbia College empowers students to change the world with Courage for Innovation, Commitment to Social Justice, Confidence through Service, and Competence in Leadership. In furtherance of its mission, the College is responsive to the needs of students, the communities to which it belongs, and the greater global society.

Columbia College encompasses the historic undergraduate day college as well as evening, online, and graduate programs. Total enrollment is approximately 1200. The College is noted for faculty who foster academic excellence through collaborative teaching and learning; a vital learning community in which character, ethics, and values are cultivated; the study of leadership enhanced by opportunities for practical application; programs that capitalize on advances in technology; and learning environments that extend beyond the classroom.

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