Teaching Assistantship Opportunities
TA Application Timeline:
|| Summer Term
|| Fall Term
| October 15 to November 15
|| February 15 to March 15
|| June 15 to July 15
Please note that applications must be received online by 4:30 PM Pacific Standard Time on the closing date. Late applications will not be accepted.
Qualifications will be based on your previous academic performance in your course of interest, previous academic performance in the subject area, breadth of knowledge and applicable experience in the subject area and English proficiency. Please note that you must be both qualified and available for the course(s) position you apply for.
How to apply:
- Determine your availability, view the Summer 2013 Schedule of Classes. The term schedule of classes will be available one day before applications open, and select your course(s) of interest. Please note: kindly refer to sis.sfu.ca for most current course offerings and tutorial/lab/seminar schedules.
- Compare your personal academic (classes and exam)/work schedule with the undergraduate course you are interested in being a TA for
- Ensure there are no time conflicts. Remember also to check the location of courses, keeping in mind that it takes about one hour to commute from one campus to another.
- Please note that you must be both qualified and available for the course(s) position (lecture/tutorial and the final exam invigilation) you apply for.
- Complete the online TA application via the “Apply Now” link below. Cover letters and resumes must be entered into the “Resume” section of the online form.
- If you have attended a college or univeristy other than SFU, please email your non-SFU transcripts to Wei Qiao Zhang (email@example.com), combined into one pdf attachment at the time of application. Please do not send SFU transcripts.
Teaching Assistantship Application for Summer 2013 is now closed.
Teaching Assistant Opportunities – Summer 2013 Course List
Teaching Assistantship opportunities are usually available for the following Beedie School of Business undergraduate courses:
|Accounting||Bus 251||Financial Accounting|
|Bus 254||Managerial Accounting 1|
|Bus 320||Financial Accounting: Assets|
|Bus 321||Financial Accounting: Equities|
|Bus 322||Intermediate Managerial Accounting|
|Bus 329|| Income Tax for Business Decision Making
|Bus 420|| Advanced Accounting - Markership
| Entrepreneurship & Innovation
|| Bus 314
|| New Venture Finance - Markership
| Bus 342
|| Foundations of Entrepreneurship
|Bus 338||Managing Technological Innovation|
|Finance||Bus 312||Introduction to Finance|
|Bus 316||Derivative Securities – Markership|
|Human Resource Management||Bus 272||Behavior in Organizations|
|Bus 374||Organization Theory|
|Bus 381||Introduction to Human Resource Management|
|International Business||Bus 346||International Business|
|Management Information Systems||Bus 237|| Introduction to Computers and Information
Systems in Business
|Bus 361||Project Management|
|Bus 362||Information Analysis and Systems Design|
|Operations Management||Buec 232||Data and Decisions I – Open Lab positions|
|Bus 336||Data and Decisions II – Open Lab positions|
|Marketing||Bus 343||Introduction to Marketing|
|Bus 345||Marketing Research|
|Bus 347||Consumer Behavior|
|Policy||Bus 207||Managerial Economics|
|Bus 303|| Business, Society and Ethics - Markership
|Bus 393||Commercial Law|
|Bus 360W||Business Communication - Requirements: Writing skills – both conceptual and linguistic, some knowledge of contemporary composition pedagogy, experience in grading and the ability to provide feedback on students’ academic and non-academic writing.|
Teaching Assistantship opportunities are usually available for the following Beedie School of Business graduate courses:
||Bus 552||Managerial Economics|
|Bus 553||Quantitative Methods|
|Bus 554||Management Information Systems|
|Bus 555||Managerial Finance|
|Bus 557||Human Resources / Organizational Behaviours|
|MBA (Segal)||Bus 714||Entrepreneurship|
|Bus 715||Operations Management|
|Bus 718||Business Strategy|
|MSc Finance (Segal)|| Bus 805
|| Financial Economics I
|Bus 810||Fixed Income Security Analysis|
|Bus 816||Strategic Asset Allocation|
|Bus 824||Law & Regulation of Financial Institutions|
|Bus 864||Credit Risk Management|
|Bus 865||Market Risk Management|
Qualifications for Teaching Assistant positions for graduate courses include strong writing skills, proficiency with Microsoft Word or Excel and experience in an online learning environment using WebCT or NetMeeting. Note that all positions above are conditional upon enrolment.