Full-Time Non-Tenure-Track (FTNTT) Faculty Workload Policy, Department of Psychological Sciences, Kent Campus

The Department offers Ph.D. degrees in both Clinical Psychological Science and Psychological Science, and offers undergraduate students with both major and minor concentrations for the bachelor’s degree.  FTNTT instructional faculty members in the Department are employed annually and on a year-by-year basis primarily to teach undergraduate courses. 

During the academic year, every FTNTT faculty member is responsible for 30 credit hours.    The Chair is responsible for determining the workload assignments of individual FTNTT instructional faculty.  The Chair may adjust the total number of courses taught by a FTNTT faculty member based on equivalent work in other areas (referred to as “course equivalency”).