Midland University
  • 13-Oct-2021 to 12-Dec-2021 (CST)
  • Academic Affairs
  • Omaha, NE, USA
  • Part Time

Midland University, a private, Christian, liberal-arts college in Fremont, Nebraska, (just outside of metro Omaha) is seeking exceptional faculty members to teach - Technology and Analytics for Managers: A Strategic Approach - in our growing MBA program (in-person in Omaha and online). The class will run during the late spring term of 2022. Professionals with extensive practical experience and an interest in engaging students are encouraged to apply.

Courses will be offered in eight-week terms, requiring in-person teaching every other weekend in Omaha, Nebraska. The remainder of teaching duties will take place through a combination of recorded lectures online and correspondence with students through e-mail, discussion boards, and online office hours. More details on the program calendar and curriculum can be found at http://www.mba.midlandu.edu/overview.

Applications for this position will be accepted until the position is filled, with priority given to applications received before January 1, 2022. Cover letters are strongly encouraged.

Need to have:

  • A relevant master's degree
  • Extensive, relevant professional experience

Should demonstrate:

  • Interest and experience engaging students through a combination of in-person and online learning
  • The desire and availability to be responsive to students

Nice to have:

  • A relevant doctorate
  • Teaching experience
  • Experience working with a learning management system such as Blackboard or Canvas to develop and deliver course content


Midland University offers comprehensive benefits including:

  • Wages commensurate with education, experience, and individual strengths
  • A respectful and productive working environment

(course description)

BID515: Technology and Analytics for Managers: A Strategic Approach

This course examines the role of information technology in business with an emphasis on the systems that support strategic, tactical, and operational needs of organizations. The impact of technologies on managerial decision-making and the various approaches to implementing technology solutions to effectively align IT with the rest of the business are explored. As part of this exploration, students employ a hands-on approach to business analytics via contemporary data visualization tools (like Qlik or Tableau). In doing so, students devise data-driven recommendations that are used to inform decisions that create value and enhance organizational effectiveness.

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