Adjunct Faculty: Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology
Yorkville University is a Canadian national university that delivers leading professional degree programs through traditional and interactive course-delivery models with the aim to provide accessible programs to every qualified student. Yorkville University’s programs offer adult learners the flexibility needed to complete a degree while balancing other commitments by providing a supportive, highly collaborative and interactive learning community. Yorkville University offers courses in a traditional face-to-face format, fully online, and in a blended delivery model.
The Faculty of Behavioural Sciences is seeking associate faculty for its online Master of Arts in Counselling Psychology program. Relocation to the campus is not required.
Faculty candidates should possess the following:
- An earned doctoral degree in Counselling/Psychology (or a related field) from a recognized university.
- At least five years experience working in the field of Counselling Psychology or a related profession.
- At least two years experience teaching university courses at the graduate level.
- Online teaching experience is preferred but not required.
A letter of application, indicating courses previously taught as well as a current CV, including the names of three references should be forwarded by email to [email protected]
The Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, Department of Psychology, welcomes Canadian, American, and worldwide applications to teach in our diverse and culturally sensitive programs. Online faculty need not be residents of Canada.
About Yorkville University
Founded in 2004, Yorkville University is a Canadian university with a national presence. With campuses in New Brunswick, Ontario and British Columbia, Yorkville University offers professional, practitioner-oriented masters and bachelor degree programs, delivered entirely online, in class or a blend of both.
Please visit www.yorkvilleu.ca for further information.