Adjunct Faculty

Maryland Institute College of Art
Baltimore, MD (remote)

The Open Studies Unit of Maryland Institute College of Art invites applications for multiple part-time faculty positions beginning December 2018 to teach one of the following courses as part of the Master of Professional Studies curriculum at MICA:

Foundations of UX Design
Human Machine Interaction and Usability
Technology Intensive
Prototyping
UX Design Lab I: Users
UX Design Lab II: Utility
UX Design Lab III: The Industry Challenge
UX Business Basics
Thesis and Reflection

The Master of Professional Studies in User Experience Design program offers an online degree in a concentrated field of study from the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). This 15-month online program allows students to master the fundamental principles of interface design, project management, prototyping, and usability as applied to industries from gaming to healthcare and education to defense. Industry partners bring real-world projects to the classroom and advise students on networking, best practices, and the dynamic nature of the profession. Graduates leave with a portfolio full of compelling and novel, next-generation user experiences ready to support their professional aspirations.

Qualifications: 
  • Master’s degree and or years of industry experience
  • Minimum three years of college level teaching or equivalent professional experience
  • Demonstrated excellence in creative work
  • Candidate must successfully complete a full background check
Compensation & Benefits: 

The courses are taught online in the evening. Adjunct faculty do not have to reside in Baltimore, can teach from the confirm of their home/office.

Individuals interested in applying should send their resume to Crystal Shamblee (cshamblee@mica.edu) along with the name of the course they are interested in.

Further descriptions of the courses can be found here: https://www.mica.edu/graduate-programs/ux-design-mps/course-list/