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Online Adjunct Faculty--ME 201: Engineering Mechanics: Statics

This is an interest list posting for ME 201 Engineering Mechanics: Statics. This course covers concepts of forces, moments and other vector quantities, free body diagrams, particle and rigid body statics, trusses, frames and machines, friction, centroids, and moments of inertia. Vector analysis used. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FAML 160: Family Relations

This is an interest list posting for FAML 160 Family Relations. This is an overview course of family development across the lifespan including the study of the family as a system, family interaction, family issues, and family roles. The course will emphasize the relationship of the family and its environment. Consideration is given to the cultural diversity and heritage of families. Online a… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--POLSC 150: Introduction to Comparative Politics

This is an interest list posting for POLSC 150 Introduction to Comparative Politics. This course consists of the major types of government in present use: historical development, organization, and operation. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and the LDS Church. They support the BYU-Idaho L… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--Economic Principles and Problems

This is an interest list posting for those interested in teaching introductory economics courses online for BYU-Idaho. These courses include: ECON 150: Economic Principles and Problems-Micro. Microeconomics studies the behavior of individual economic agents such as consumers and businesses in a market economy. More specifically, the course introduces students to the eco… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--Recreation Management

This is an interest list posting for those interested in teaching online Recreation Management courses for BYU-Idaho. These courses include: RM 370: Therapeutic Recreation: Introduction. This course is an introduction to the field of Therapeutic Recreation and clinical interventions for individuals with special needs or problems. Students will participate in an in depth exploratio… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--ME 250: Materials Science

This is an interest list posting for ME 250 Materials Science. Atomic structure and microstructure of engineering materials, including metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites. Factors influencing the fabrication, processing, and selection of materials in engineering analysis and design. Case studies of engineering material failures. Use of material selection. Online adjunct faculty mento… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--POLSC 170: International Politics

This is an interest list posting for POLSC 170 International Politics. This course consists of the study of the geographic, demographic, economic, and ideological factors affecting international behavior, including the function of power, national, ethnic and other forms of identity, diplomacy, international law, and organization, etc. Instructors should be familiar with the major theories expla… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--B 183: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

This is an interest list posting for B 183: Introduction to Entrepreneurship. This course is intended to guide student’s exploration and introspection as they prepare for the next stage in their Life’s Journey. Through case studies, entrepreneur video clips, LDS perspectives, ethical challenges, life-planning, and accountability exercises, students will get clearer about what matters most to th… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--ART 110: Drawing I

This is an interest list posting for ART 110 Drawing I. This course teaches students the fundamentals of theoretical and applied perspective, structural and proportional drawing, light and shade, art vocabulary, and basic composition. Note: In addition to a link showing your current work, it is essential that the review committee see samples demonstrating your knowledge of: linear perspectiv… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 262: System Analysis and Design

This is an interest list posting for CIT 262 System Analysis and Design. This course teaches the concepts of systems analysis and design for those desiring to work in the field of information technology. Initially, an overview of an information system and the software development life cycle (SDLC) processes are covered. Each phase of the SDLC process is then examined in depth and real experienc… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CHILD 300: Infant and Toddler Development

This is an interest list posting for CHILD 300 Infant and Toddler Development. The primary objective of this course is to provide students with opportunities to increase their understanding of the needs, development, and important variation in development during the first 2 – 3 years of life by a process of reality-based assignments and instruction. Students will have opportunities to devel… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--WDD 100: Introduction to Web Design and Development

This is an interest list posting for WDD 100: Introduction to Web Design and Development. This course introduces students to the World Wide Web and to careers in web site design and development. The course is hands on with students actually participating in simple web designs and programming. It is anticipated that students who complete this course will understand the fields of web design and d… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FCS 110: Food Safety and Sanitation

This is an interest list posting for FCS 110 Food Safety and Sanitation. Students learn proper food safety and sanitation processes in preparation for gaining a food safety and sanitation industry-based certification. Credit is granted upon successful completion of the Certification Examination. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the miss… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CS 101: Introduction to Programming

This is an interest list posting for CS 101 Introduction to Programming. This course provides an introduction to computer programming intended for people with no programming experience. This course is recommended for non-majors in order to get an overview of programming principles and techniques. This course covers the basics of programming in Python including elementary data types (numeric typ… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 425: Data Warehousing

This is an interest list posting for CIT 425 Data Warehousing. This course defines the theory and practice of data analysis. It also compares and contrasts the operational and analytical database models. Students are taught to define, implement, and query a database warehouse by leveraging sample data warehouses built from Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Customer Resource Management (CRM… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--ME 142: Engineering Computation I

This is an interest list posting for ME 142 Engineering Computation I. This course provides an introduction to computation in the context of engineering problem solving. Fundamental principles of computation, such as computer representation of numbers and round-off error, are presented. Basic numerical methods, including numerical integration, differentiation, and root finding, are covered. An … View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--Computer Science

This is an interest list posting for those interested in teaching online computer science courses for BYU-Idaho. These courses include: CS 124: Introduction to Software Development. This course is the first step in the computer science major tract. The goal of this class is that each student will be able to solve problems in C++ and have a solid foundation in software … View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 336: Web Backend Development

This is an interest list posting for CIT 336-Web Backend Development. This programming course focuses on constructing dynamic web sites using PHP with databases and design patterns. The concepts introduced in the Web Frontend Development course are expected to be continued and implemented. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, v… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 325: Database Administration

This is an interest list posting for CIT 325: Database Administration. This course is a continuation of CIT 320 and focuses on the development of stored functions, libraries, objects, procedures and packages. Students will learn to design and write stored database program units in PL/SQL. Students will also learn to use an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to write and test programs agai… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 301B: 01 Advanced CSS

This is an interest list posting for CIT 301-01 Advanced CSS This course provides a deeper dive into topics in CSS. Topics of study will include: advanced CSS layout and positioning techniques, complex CSS selectors, CSS transitions and animations, CSS Preprocessing (Sass), and an using svg with html and css. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They u… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 225: Database Design and Development

This is an interest list posting for CIT 225: Database Design and Development. This course covers the physical and logical design elements of relational and object relational databases, including the definition of and organization of structures into a database catalog. It explores symbolic drawing methodologies, like Information Engineering and UML. It teaches SQL language semantics, including … View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 360: Object-Oriented Programming 2

This is an interest list posting for CIT 360: Object-Oriented Programming 2. This course is designed to allow students to experience a work-like environment. It pulls together Software Engineering and Object-Oriented Programming techniques learned in previous courses. Based on customer requirements, students learn to find, evaluate, and select solutions to problems that have many “right” soluti… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 261: Mobile Application Development

This is an interest list posting for CIT 261 Mobile Application Development. This course is designed to begin to give students the skills required to create mobile device applications for modern mobile devices. Because of this the course focuses on how to solve larger, ill-structured business problems by designing and creating applications using a framework that lets the user install cross plat… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 260: Object-Oriented Programming

This is an interest list posting for CIT 260 Object-Oriented Programming. This course is an introduction to object-oriented programming using the Java programming language. Students will write computer programs using primitive data types, control structures, classes, and objects. Students will read and draw UML class diagrams and will use Java swing to write programs with a graphical user inter… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--HS 401: Community Health Methods

This is an interest list posting for HS 401 Community Health Methods. This course is designed to give Public Health students practical hands-on health promotion experience working in a community. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and the LDS Church. They support the BYU-Idaho Learning Model… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--FDMAT 112: Calculus 1

This is an interest list posting for FDMAT 112 Calculus 1. This course includes the study of limits, continuity, derivatives, integrals, and transcendental functions. Properties and applications of the above. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and learning. They uphold the mission, values, and standards of BYU-Idaho and the LDS Church. They support the BYU-Idaho L… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--HS 310: Environmental Health

This is an interest list posting for HS 310 Environmental Health. Environmental health comprises those aspects of human health including quality of life that are determined by physical, biological, social, and psycho-social factors in the environment. This course provides concise knowledge base of how our environment including air, water, food, and environmental agents may affect human health…. View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--ME 172: Engineering Graphics

This is an interest list posting for ME 172 Engineering Graphics. This course teaches fundamentals of 3D parametric modeling, assemblies, and drafting of mechanical systems using SolidWorks. This course includes two industry certification exams: Certified SolidWorks Associate (CSWA) and Certified Solid Works Professional (CSWP). Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching … View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--Family History

This is an interest list posting for those interested in teaching online family history courses for BYU-Idaho. These courses include: FHGEN 111: Introduction to Family History Research, Part 1: Record Groups and Methodology. An introduction to basic genealogical research principles and record groups. Students are taught how to use United States records to solve basic re… View Details Bookmark

Online Adjunct Faculty--CIT 241: Network Design I

This is an interest list posting for CIT 241 Network Design I. This course teaches the principles of network administration, design standards, and architectures. Students learn the configuration and use of networking protocols and devices such as routers, repeaters, hubs, bridges, and switches to create enterprise networks. Online adjunct faculty mentor students and facilitate teaching and … View Details Bookmark