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San Diego State University

Department of Child & Family Development

Faculty Position Announcements

For more information on each position or to apply, please click on the links below:

Assistant Professor-LPCC Program

Assistant Professor-Early Childhood Education

 

Part-Time Adjunct Faculty Position-


SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY:

SDSU is an established and acknowledged leader in the twenty-three campuses California State University system. With more than 6,400 faculty and staff and over 33,000 students, it is one of the largest universities in the western United States.

Website: http://www.sdsu.edu.

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION:

The College of Education comprises seven diverse departments/schools committed to one unified mission: to prepare effective professionals for a variety of societal service delivery and leadership roles across a range of settings including schools, post secondary institutions, social service agencies, and vocational rehabilitation organizations.  The College contributes to the knowledge base in both educational theory and practice through professional inquiry and scholarship. The College engages in strategic partnerships with the field of practice to improve client outcomes, to increase institutional effectiveness, and to promote social justice.

Website: http://coe.sdsu.edu

DEPT. OF CHILD & FAMILY DEVELOPMENT:

The Department of Child and Family Development is a highly integrated academic unit within the College of Education. The Department offers a B.S. in Child Development in Applied Arts and Sciences and a Master of Science degree in Child Development, as well as a new graduate-level certificate program in Early Childhood Socio-Emotional & Behavioral Regulation Intervention.  The SDSU Child and Family Development (CFD) Department’s mission is to prepare students to become early childhood educators and professionals who work with children, families, schools and communities. The focus of the department is on the study of social emotional development as the underlying foundation for all other areas of development including physical, cognitive, motor and language. The program represents an interdisciplinary field of study with a basic assumption that development takes place across the lifespan in the context of the family, community, and public policy. The department’s emphasis on primary prevention prepares students with hands-on experiences through community-based learning.  The department includes seven full-time and approximately twelve part-time faculty and serves a student body of between 400 to 500 undergraduate majors and 60-70 graduate students.

Website:  http://go.sdsu.edu/education/cfd/

SDSU is a Title IX, equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against persons on the basis of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, age, disability, pregnancy, medical condition, or covered veteran status.

The persons holding these positions are considered “mandated reporters” under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and are required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.