The Citadel invites applications for a tenure-track position in Military History at the rank of Assistant Professor in the Department of History. Must have the ability to teach courses on a range of military history topics. The candidate must participate in the design and delivery of online courses for a new Online MA in Military History. The standard teaching load is four classes per semester, consisting usually of two preparations. Course reductions are often available. Teaching responsibilities may include upper-level, graduate, and general education courses. The department offers a full range of courses in the undergraduate program, and a second, general MA degree is offered jointly with the College of Charleston. The availability of grants from The Citadel Foundation to support faculty research is an attractive feature of academic life at the college.
Ph.D. by date of employment is strongly preferred.
A complete c.v., transcripts, and three letters of recommendation can be uploaded to your application OR you can send those materials to:
Professor Keith Knapp, Department of History, The Citadel, 171 Moultrie St., Charleston, SC 29409.
Applications should be submitted by December 7. Preliminary interviews will be conducted by Skype in late December or early January. The Citadel is an AA/EEO actively committed to ensuring diversity in all campus employment. Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Internal Number: 495596
About The Citadel Military College
The Citadel is a landmark in Charleston and South Carolina that is noted for its educational reputation as well as its rich history. Founded in 1842, The Citadel has an undergraduate student body of about 2,300 students who make up the South Carolina Corps of Cadets. Another 1,000 students attend The Citadel Graduate College, a civilian evening and online program that offers graduate and professional degrees as well as undergraduate programs.The Citadel is best known nationally for its Corps of Cadets, which draws students from about 45 states and a dozen countries. The men and women in the Corps live and study under a classical military system that makes leadership and character development an essential part of the educational experience.The History Department offers a full range of courses in the undergraduate program attended by approximately 2,300 students, and an MA degree is offered jointly with the College of Charleston.