Getting an online adjunct position

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  1. hal123

    hal123 New Member

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    Happy new year to all. I was wondering if someone can provide some suggestion about how to get an online adjunct position. I have two masters degree (accounting and taxation), and CPA, CFE designation with professional experience for more than 7 years. Currently, I am an adjunct with a local B&M four year college. However, I had no luck with online teaching. So far, I sent so many applications but no response. Is it because of lack of PhD or something else?

    Thank You.

    hal123
     
  2. Randell1234

    Randell1234 Moderator

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    What schools have you applied to? With a CPA I would assume they would be beating down your door with offers.
     
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    hal123 New Member

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    I sent to Post U, AMU, etc.
     
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    When?

    You need to keep applying.....
     
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    I easily got my first two online teaching jobs over ten years ago when this was sort of a "new" thing. I still work for the same two schools. One of the schools hired me with a Master's but now requires all new hires to have a doctorate. I did get my doctorate but this school did not pressure me to do so.
    I recently got hired for a third online school. I believe they did require the Ph.D. but I'm not sure. It was over a year since I had submitted an application so I was rather surprised when they called. I had sent out many applications to many other schools, hoping to get one or two additional schools, and it sure is different than when I applied ten years ago!
     

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