Faculty and library (full-time) positions
The Faculty of Arts and Science is the largest of Concordia's four Faculties, offering more than 170 undergraduate programs and 50 graduate programs in 27 academic departments and colleges, encompassing the Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities. Our dedication and commitment to offering outstanding academic programs is exemplified by the top international rankings enjoyed by several of our academic units.
Concordia University's Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science is one of the "G15" major engineering schools in Canada. In the last ten years, it has achieved the highest growth rate of engineering schools in Canada in both graduate and undergraduate enrolment and has one of the youngest professoriate among engineering schools in the country. It has established a strong Canadian and International reputation in research and development.
Concordia University's Faculty of Fine Arts is unique in Canada. We offer, in a single faculty, an unparalleled range of fine arts programs across nine departments and three research institutes. We have experienced considerable growth since 1996, with a large increase in student enrolment, construction of state-of-the-art facilities, increased external research funding and vigorous faculty renewal. Our acclaimed faculty are artists and scholars dedicated to creative work and research. Their passion for teaching and research is the cornerstone of our reputation.
The John Molson School of Business (JMSB), one of Canada's leading business schools, is named after one of the country's most prestigious business leaders. John Molson's success as an entrepreneur is a key source of inspiration for our school's high academic standards, commitment to business excellence, and entrepreneurial spirit. The JMSB has five departments and is AACSB accredited. A full range of programs are offered at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
There are no positions currently available in the School of Graduate Studies
Concordia Continuing Education is an integral part of Concordia University and enhances the general mission of the University by delivering a wide range of innovative, non-credit programs that provide a unique and challenging experience for both local and international students.
Concordia Libraries provide students, faculty, and staff with the information resources fundamental to learning and the pursuit of knowledge. Through our collections, services, and library spaces we provide an environment and the tools to support the learning, teaching, and research at the University.
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