Mathematical Science Teacher, Postsecondary Salary
The average pay for a Mathematical Science Teacher, Postsecondary is $45,320 per year.
Job Description for Mathematical Science Teacher, Postsecondary
Postsecondary mathematical science teachers provide instruction to students in higher education on subjects such as statistics and the actuarial sciences. These instructors are responsible for developing a curriculum and lesson plans for all of their classes. They then must implement their curricula to classes of students ranging from small classes to large lecture halls. Occasionally, they may be assigned specific unit plans to teach, and they must implement the units they’re given. Postsecondary mathematical science teachers must assess students’ work using methods such as exams, quizzes, homework and in-class exercises.Read More...
Some postsecondary mathematical science teachers act as academic advisers to part of the student body, assisting students in developing a plan for their education. They may also conduct research in their field, as well as employ graduate students as teaching assistants or researchers. Exact teaching, research and advising requirements vary depending on the teaching position and the instructor's experience and interests.
Typically, post-baccalaureate education such as a Ph.D. is required in the field in which the postsecondary mathematical science teacher wishes to teach. Previous teaching experience may be required or preferred, and some institutions may require or prefer teachers with previous research experience and publications. In addition to being highly skilled in their field, postsecondary mathematical science teachers must have excellent communication skills and be able to share information about their field of study to students at a wide range of knowledge and skill levels.
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