College of the Muscogee Nation

Academic Achievement. Native Values.

The College of the Muscogee Nation, the state’s premier tribal college, has degree programs to meet the unique needs of students seeking careers in the tribal sector. Degrees will also serve as a foundation for a bachelor’s degree.

Our Mission…

The College of the Muscogee Nation is the institution of higher education for the Muscogee Creek Nation emphasizing native culture, values, language and self determination. The College will provide a positive learning environment for tribal and non-tribal students as citizens of a tribal and global society supported by teaching excellence and will offer exemplary academic programs that meet student, tribal, and societal needs. Through instructional quality and visionary leadership, the College of the Muscogee Nation will encourage lifelong learners, for personal growth, professional development, and intellectual advancement.

College of the Muscogee Nation Okmulgee, OK, USA
Jul 29, 2020
Full time
General Summary: Under the direction of the Dean of Academic Affairs, the Instructor in Science is responsible for teaching college level classes, contributing to the development of curriculum in their field of expertise, working with the Academic Dean for course design, syllabi, lesson plan development, and assessment.  Instructors are expected to follow College of the Muscogee Nation and Regent’s Board-level policy.  A full time instructor is expected to teach 12 to 15 hours, or 4 to 5 courses each trimester, with teaching loads adjusted for service responsibilities and class size.  Instructor must be able to teach on the College of the Muscogee Nation sites in Okmulgee, and other locations, as necessary.  The instructor will be the academic adviser for their degree field, and will be expected to meet with advisees periodically throughout each trimester and maintain appropriate records pertaining to their advisees.  The instructor must be comfortable in multicultural and...
College of the Muscogee Nation Okmulgee, OK, USA
Jul 29, 2020
Full time
General Summary:  Under the direction of the Dean of Academic Affairs, the Instructor in Mathematics is responsible for teaching college level courses, contributing to the development of curriculum in their field of expertise, helping with course design, syllabi and lesson plan development.  Instructors are expected to follow College of the Muscogee Nation and Board of Regent’s policy. A full time instructor is expected to teach a minimum of 15 credit hours or 5 courses each semester, with teaching loads adjusted for service responsibilities.  The instructor must have knowledge of multicultural and Native American classroom settings.   Principal Duties and Responsibilities  The provisions of the following Instructor duties include, but are not limited to:   Teach a minimum of 5 courses a semester in their field or discipline. Remain current in subject matter, computer, and multimedia technology. Must be available for student advisement; office hours must be...