The UNH Department of Security Studies is seeking one or two adjunct faculty to teach classes in the MS in National Security Intelligence Analysis. The successful applicant will be expected to teach the course 2 times each year for at least two years. We are committed to supporting and sustaining an educational community that is inclusive, diverse, and equitable. The values of diversity, inclusion and equity are inextricably linked to our mission of teaching and research excellence, and we embrace these values as being critical to development, learning, and success. NSIA 830 National Security Research Design and Methods In this class students explore how academic research methods can be used to enhance intelligence analysis. Students will explore research design methodologies and learn how to select a research design based on intelligence requirements. Students will learn about the ethical conduct of social science research. Building on a framework of intelligence requirements, students will learn how to define a research problem, develop related research questions, hypotheses, and how to evaluate research hypotheses. NSIA 840 National Security Qualitative Research Design and Analysis: Students are exposed to the types and nature of qualitative research methodologies. Qualitative research includes methods that elucidate meanings, concepts, definitions, characteristics, metaphors, symbols, and descriptions of phenomena for study in the natural world. In this class students will create linkages to existing research theories and intelligence methodologies, including case study research and potential challenges in choosing various research designs. These will be asynchronous online courses. Cover letter should explain oneâs interest in, preparation for and experience in teaching at the graduate level.
Masterâs Degree in a security related field. Evidence of effective past teaching experience at the graduate level. Analytical experience in a discipline related to intelligence studies.
Internal Number: AFP0185FY20
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