I have been browsing college instructor and adjunct instructor jobs because I am interested in one day teaching CJ to undergrads part time or even full time should the opportunity present itself. This leads me to some questions though to those who know. 1.) I see lots of positions at junior colleges that specify 18 graduate hours in the concentration in question, is this typical or only because they have shortages in those subjects? I see them frequently. 2.) Do they count the actual hours or is the degree preferred? For instance, NCU has a MBA in Criminal Justice that has 18 hour concentrations, but it’s an MBA. This would technically qualify one to teach, but is it less preferable than an MSCJ? What about the Fort Hayes MLS in Criminal Justice? Does this qualify one to teach both Liberal Arts and Criminal Justice? Do you guys have suggested websites to read or books?