Academic Instructors in the Department of English and Philosophy teach classes in the core curriculum. Generally, an instructor will teach four sections each semester from the following list of courses: Basic Composition (EN101), Literature (EN102), Introduction to Philosophy (PY201), or Advanced Composition through Cultural Studies (EN302). Each section typically ranges from 14-18 cadets. Other duties, as assigned, could include academic engagement with other faculty and cadets, participation in cadet extra-curricular development, service to the department, or participation with one of the Department’s Cadet Fine Arts Forum clubs.
Requirements for consideration include an outstanding pattern of military service, a BA or BS, and a level of academic accomplishment that will allow for competitive acceptance into top graduate programs in the fields of Philosophy or English.
Department of English and Philosophy, United States Military Academy, Room 228, West Point, New York 10996
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