This posting is on ongoing pool. When an opening arises in the math department, coordinators will access applicants in this pool to find candidates to interview; MATH-131 College Algebra - Students study polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions along with techniques for solving equations and inequalities, complex numbers, operations on functions and inverse functions; MATH-133 College Trigonometry - Topics will include defining trigonometry using the unit circle approach, classical right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric identities and equations, laws of sines and cosines, graphs and properties of trigonometric form and their inverses, parametric equations, complex numbers and Demoivre's theorem; MATH-135 Pre-calculus - Day/Evening Classes- Students will develop skills in the analysis of functions and solving equations and inequalities. The function concept will be a central theme of the course. Polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions will be studied in detail; MATH-140 Calculus I - Teaches students to find limits of functions, be exposed to the epsilon-delta process and learn about continuous and discontinuous functions. Will also cover the chain rule, rules of operations and usubstition for both definite and indefinite integrals; MATH-145 Business Calculus - Teaches students in the initial content of both differential and integral calculus. Also will cover limits of functions, continuous and discontinuous functions, derivatives and integral of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic and special functions; MATH-150 Calculus II - Teaches students about derivatives and integrals extended to hyperbolics, inverse trig, inverse hyperbolics, and power series. Integration techniques include parts, partial fractions and trigonometric substitution; MATH-240 Calculus III - This course concludes the calculus sequence. It contains vector calculus in both two and three dimensional space along with classical theorems of Green, Stokes and Gauss. Also covers partial derivatives and multiple integrals; MATH-260 Differential Equations - Course content includes solving differential equations, linear and specific non-linear differential equations, Laplace transform, power series solutions and undetermined coefficients; Elementary Algebra-Day Classes; Ideas in Mathematics-Monday/Wednesday evenings classes

Requirements:

Master's degree in Mathematics plus teaching experience; Prefer prior teaching experience

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College-level Math Adjunct Faculty Pool Category: Adjunct / Part-time Department: Mathematics Locations: Columbia, MD Posted: Jun 13, '16 Type: PT - No Benefits Share About Howard Community College: Howard Community College (HCC) is an exciting place to work, learn, and grow! HCC has been awarded the distinction as a "Great College to Work for" since 2009 from The Chronicle of Higher Education. Howard Community College values diversity among its faculty, staff and student population. We are an innovative institution that is committed to responding to the ever-changing needs and interests of a diverse and dynamic community. No matter where you want to go in your career, you can get there from here! Job Description: This posting is on ongoing pool. When an opening arises in the math department, coordinators will access applicants in this pool to find candidates to interview. MATH-131 College Algebra - Students study polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions along with techniques for solving equations and inequalities, complex numbers, operations on functions and inverse functions. MATH-133 College Trigonometry - Topics will include defining trigonometry using the unit circle approach, classical right triangle trigonometry, trigonometric identities and equations, laws of sines and cosines, graphs and properties of trigonometric form and their inverses, parametric equations, complex numbers and Demoivre's theorem. MATH-135 Pre-calculus - Day/Evening Classes- Students will develop skills in the analysis of functions and solving equations and inequalities. The function concept will be a central theme of the course. Polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions will be studied in detail. MATH-140 Calculus I - Teaches students to find limits of functions, be exposed to the epsilon-delta process and learn about continuous and discontinuous functions. Will also cover the chain rule, rules of operations and usubstition for both definite and indefinite integrals. MATH-145 Business Calculus - Teaches students in the initial content of both differential and integral calculus. Also will cover limits of functions, continuous and discontinuous functions, derivatives and integral of polynomial, rational, radical, exponential, logarithmic and special functions. MATH-150 Calculus II - Teaches students about derivatives and integrals extended to hyperbolics, inverse trig, inverse hyperbolics, and power series. Integration techniques include parts, partial fractions and trigonometric substitution. MATH-240 Calculus III - This course concludes the calculus sequence. It contains vector calculus in both two and three dimensional space along with classical theorems of Green, Stokes and Gauss. Also covers partial derivatives and multiple integrals. *MATH-260 Differential Equations - Course content includes solving differential equations, linear and specific non-linear differential equations, Laplace transform, power series solutions and undetermined coefficients. Elementary Algebra-Day Classes Ideas in Mathematics-Monday/Wednesday evenings classes Requirements: Master's degree in Mathematics plus teaching experience. Prefer prior teaching experience. Additional Information: Compensation: $720 per credit hour. Application Instructions: The following are required documents: 1) Resume/CV 2) Cover Letter

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