Category: Adjunct Faculty
Requisition ID: 10010902
School of Business
The Business School of the University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC) seeks graduate adjunct faculty to teach in the MS in Accounting and Information Systems degree program. Specifically, we are looking for faculty to teach the following courses:
Accounting Information Systems (ACCT 618): A study of the use of information systems in the accounting process, with an emphasis on computer systems and internal controls. Focus is on the analytical tools necessary to evaluate users' accounting information needs and to design, implement, and maintain an accounting information system to support business processes and cycles. Topics include the components of contemporary accounting information systems; security and internal controls, particularly within Internet and e-commerce environments; traditional flow charts and data-flow diagrams; computer networks; theory and application of relational databases; and relational database management systems. Assignments include designing an accounting information system using a commercial database software package.
Cyber-Accounting: Management and Compliance (ACCT 620): An applied study of the principles of information systems management and their integration within private-sector organizations served by accounting professionals. Emphasis is on developing strategic cyber accounting initiatives to increase cybersecurity awareness inside organizations, with organizations in its supply chain, and with other stakeholders. Topics include cybersecurity compliance requirements issued by federal and state regulatory agencies and voluntary cybersecurity standards, such as the G-7 Fundamentals of Cybersecurity for the Financial Sector; and the AICPAs Cybersecurity's Risk Management Framework.
Cyber-Forensics in Accounting (ACCT 645): An applied study of the tools, techniques, and technologies used in forensic accounting investigations, data analytics, and litigation. Focus is on disentangling obscure evidence discovered during fraud investigations using data analytics. Activities include conducting a forensic accounting investigation, performing analytical tests on financial data, preparing written forensic accounting reports for legal proceedings, and serving as an expert witness providing testimony supported by evidence and analytical tests.
IT Auditing (ACCT 660): This course integrates subject matter from accounting and information systems program courses. Advanced principles, techniques, and theories are applied through the analysis and presentation of case studies by student teams. Assignments include a research paper that comprehensively assesses an important current issue or emerging trend in the fields off accounting and information systems.
Cyber-Accounting: Risk Management (ACCT 670): A capstone exploration of the principles of risk management as practiced by federal, state, and local entities. Discussion examines cyber accounting risks management as promulgated by professional accounting organizations such as the AICPA. Risk management techniques are applied to cybersecurity issues confronting professional accounting service providers. Focus is on developing skills in assessing client risks, designing, and developing cybersecurity controls to mitigate cyber-attacks on client data, and conducting penetration tests to identify potential cyber accounting vulnerabilities.
The ideal candidate is a scholar-practitioner currently working as an expert in accounting, information systems, and cyber-security.
Experience in the following fields:
Required Education and Experience:
Materials needed for submission
Who We Are and Who We Serve
UMGC - one of 11 degree-granting institutions in the University System of Maryland (USM) - is a mission-driven institution with seven core values that guide us in all we do. At the top of the list is "Students First," and we strive to do just that for our 90,000 students at home and abroad. From its start in 1947, UMGC has demonstrated its commitment to adult learners. We recognize that adult students need flexibility and options. UMGC is proud to be a global, 24-hour, institution of higher learning.
The typical UMGC student is an adult learner juggling a career, family, and other priorities. Roughly 80% work full time, half are parents, and half are minority students. They are continuing their education to better themselves, their families, and their professional opportunities. UMGC is also a leading higher education provider to the U.S. military, enrolling 55,000 active-duty service members, reservists, National Guard members, veterans, and family members annually. We are proud of our military heritage and are committed to this service.
The Adjunct Faculty Role at UMGC
UMGC is committed to helping students achieve success not only with us, but also in their professional fields. As a result, we actively seek faculty members who are scholar-practitioners: professionals who are actively and successfully engaged in their field who additionally wish to help the next generation of professionals grow in their knowledge and expertise through education. Your role as an adjunct faculty member will be to:
The Business and Management program at UMGC
To learn more about this program, including its description, outcomes, and coursework, please visit: https://www.umgc.edu/academic-programs/business-and-management/
Faculty Training at UMGC
We are committed to your professional success at UMGC. Each new faculty member is required to successfully complete our online two-week new faculty orientation,
FacDev 411, as a condition of hire.
Position Available and will Remain Open Until Filled
Salary Commensurate with Experience
All submissions should include a cover letter and résumé. UMGC offers competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits for qualifying positions, such as tuition remission, generous leave and healthcare. For detailed benefits information, please visit: https://careers.umuc.edu/benefits.html.