The Department of Information Systems and Analytics (ISA) in the McCoy College of Business at Texas State University is seeking applicants for a non-tenure track Assistant Professor of Practice position starting in Fall 2024. The ISA department offers an undergraduate degree in Computer Information Systems with business analytics, information security, and software development concentrations, and a master’s degree in Data Analytics and Information Systems. In addition, the ISA department hosts a university-wide undergraduate minor in Analytics.
We are interested in applicants who have practical experience in the business analytics domain with the potential to contribute to the department’s research agenda by publishing journal articles, collaborating with faculty, supervising students, creating connections with industry and/or state/federal organizations, and bringing applied research opportunities. Practical experience includes experience in industry/non-profit, research centers, or government organizations. The selected applicant should be able to teach and develop graduate and undergraduate courses in analytics, database, and big data management as well as apply their expertise to enhance teaching and student learning. Additional job duties include service at the department, college, university, and professional levels. The selected candidate will be required to teach courses at both the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses.
Texas State’s San Marcos campus is located in a growing community along the I-35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio. With its strategic location in the heart of the region’s innovation ecosystem, where Blackland prairies roll into beautiful hills, Texas State University enjoys a unique setting among Texas universities. Texas State University is a Hispanic-serving institution and an Emerging Research University within the State of Texas.
The College complements these efforts with research that adds to knowledge, provides solutions to business challenges, and contributes to pedagogical advances. The College is AACSB-accredited, has grown more than 30 percent over the last 10 years, and serves over 4,200 undergraduate and nearly 500 graduate students.
This position is subject to the availability of funds.