2023 Agriculture Professors
There are about 334,837 students enrolled in Agriculture in the USA.
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Fast Facts for Agriculture: Median Professor Rating: 4 / 5, which is average.
Instructors often play a colossal role in shaping your college experience, no matter what you study. A thoughtful teacher may help a student find their passion and even make a difficult subject seem fun. Contrarily, a poor professor can disenchant you from an entire field or even worse... flunk you!
Professors of Agriculture have a median student rating of 4 / 5, which puts them in the upper 52nd percentile in America grounded in student approval. Suprisingly, this major is exactly the median for professor rating, which, in our opinion, is remarkably average! Professors of Agriculture just out-ranked those from "Arts, Entertainment, and Media Management", whereas "Natural Resources and Conservation" professors ranked one slot above Agriculture.
Now for some statistics about Agriculture professors. Colleges located in remote rural areas tend to have the best Agriculture professors. The Conference Carolinas has the highest rated Agriculture professors. The Southwest region has the highest rated Agriculture professors. Public schools tend to have higher rated Agriculture professors than private colleges. Finally, Virginia has the highest rated Agriculture professors in America.
Neal Eash, professor at The University of Tennessee-Knoxville in Knoxville, TN is the most popular Agriculture professor in America. Bill Kelly, instructor at Bakersfield College in Bakersfield, CA is the highest rated Agriculture professor in the US, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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