2023 African-American Studies Professors
There are about 2,404 students enrolled in African-American Studies in the USA.
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Fast Facts for African-American Studies: Median Professor Rating: 3.9 / 5, which is below average.
Instructors constantly play a monumental role in shaping your college experience, regardless of your focus. A great professor can help a student find their passion and even make a difficult subject seem easy. Contrarily, an ineffective professor can bring unwelcome frustration or even worse... flunk you!
Professors of African-American Studies have a median student rating of 3.9 / 5, which puts them in the upper 74th percentile in the nation grounded in overall professor quality. For context a 3.9 rating is 2.5% under the national median professor rating for all subjects. Professors of African-American Studies barely out-ranked those from "Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing", whereas "Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering" professors ranked one slot above African-American Studies.
Now for some statistics about African-American Studies professors. Colleges located in midsize suburbs tend to have the best African-American Studies professors. The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association has the highest rated African-American Studies professors. The Southeast region has the highest rated African-American Studies professors. Private universities tend to have higher rated African-American Studies professors than public universities. Finally, Oklahoma has the highest rated African-American Studies professors in the nation.
Andreas Woods, professor at Howard University in Washington, DC is the most popular African-American Studies professor in the US. Clarence George Iii, professor at Nassau Community College in Garden City, NY is the highest rated African-American Studies professor in America, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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