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BHR 3301 – Compensation & Benefits

Compensation & Benefits

Pay differences among university faculty explained

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Hierarchy at most U.S. Colleges and Universities (listed from highest-paid to lowest paid):

ProfessorAssistant ProfessorAssociate ProfessorInstructor

Structure at University of Kansas Medical Center:

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To understand how faculty is compensated, we must first understand the different levels of faculty.Most colleges and universities in the United States follow a hierarchy as described in the previous slide. The next several slides will provide detail on each position and a breakdown of qualifications needed for each position.

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Average Salaries

Professor – $103,684.00Associate Professor – $74,126.00 Assistant Professor – $62,246.00Instructor – $57,797.00

As reported by the National Center of Education Statistics for academic year 2009 – 2010

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Professor

Senior levelMust move through the ranksAverage Salary (2010) – $103,684.00

Requirements and ResponsibilitiesTeaches courses in the discipline area of chemistry. Develops and designs curriculum plans to foster student learning, stimulate class discussions, and ensures student engagement. Provides tutoring and academic counseling to students, maintains classes related records, and assesses student coursework. Collaborates and supports colleagues regarding research interests and co-curricular activities. Typically reports to a department head. Requires a PhD or terminal degree appropriate to the field. Has considerable experience and is qualified to teach at undergraduate and graduate levels and initiates research and case studies in field of interest and may publish findings in trade journals or textbooks. Provides intellectual leadership and has made significant contributions to the field. May offer independent study opportunities and mentoring to students. Typically this individual is a leader in the field and has been published (Salary.com, 2018).

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Associate Professor

Mid-levelTenuredMust hold PhD and fulfilled institutional requirements for associate professorshipAverage Salary (2010) – $74,126.00

Requirements and Responsibilities: Teaches courses in the discipline area of applicable field. Develops and designs curriculum plans to foster student learning, stimulate class discussions, and ensures student engagement. Provides tutoring and academic counseling to students, maintains classes related records, and assesses student coursework. Collaborates and supports colleagues regarding research interests and co-curricular activities. Typically reports to a department head. Requires a PhD or terminal degree appropriate to the field. Has considerable experience and is qualified to teach at undergraduate and graduate levels and conducts research and case studies in field of interest and may publish findings in trade journals or textbooks (Salary.com, 2018).

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Assistant Professor

Entry-level positionTenured track – after seven years, must either be awarded tenure or dismissed.Must hold PhD in teaching fieldAverage salary (2010) – $62,246.00

Requirements and Responsibilities:Teaches courses in the discipline of applicable field. Develops and designs curriculum plans to foster student learning, stimulate class discussions, and ensures student engagement. Provides tutoring and academic counseling to students, maintains classes related records, and assesses student coursework. Collaborates and supports colleagues regarding research interests and co-curricular activities. Typically reports to a department head. Requires a PhD or terminal degree appropriate to the field. Has experience and is qualified to teach at undergraduate and graduate levels and contributes to research In a specialized field (Salary.com, 2018).

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Instructor

Often part-time employeeEntry-level rank of college instructorsNon-tenured (and not leading to tenure)Minimum of Masters DegreeAverage salary (2010) – $57,797.00 annually

Requirements and Responsibilities:Teaches courses in the discipline area of applicable field. Develops and designs curriculum plans to foster student learning, stimulate class discussions, and ensures student engagement. Provides tutoring and academic counseling to students, maintains classes related records, and assesses student coursework. Collaborates and supports colleagues regarding research interests and co-curricular activities. Typically reports to a department head. Has a Master’s degree or is a PhD candidate in the applicable field. Has experience and is qualified to teach at undergraduate level andpossesses the qualifications to participate in research (Salary.com, 2018).

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Tenured facultyBoth associate professor and full professor are tenured positions whereas the assistant professorAnd the instructor are non-tenured. An assistant professor will, after a given time, be promoted Into tenured status if he or she meets the requirements outlined by his or her organization whereas the instructor must apply for a tenured position.

References

National Center for Education Statistics. 2010. Average salary of full-time instructional faculty on 9-month contracts in degree-granting institutions. Retrieved from https://nces.ed.gov/programs/digest/d10/tables/dt10_267.aspFarland, L. 2018. The Career Column: The Path to Becoming a Full Professor. Retrieved from http://www.siop.org/tip/backissues/jan%2004/13mcfarland.aspx




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