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2023 Ceramics Professors

There are about 649 students enrolled in Ceramics in the USA.

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Fast Facts for Ceramics: Median Professor Rating: 4.5 / 5, which is Top 50.

Instructors frequently play an influential role in your college experience, no matter what you study. An effective professor can provide inspiration and even make a difficult subject seem easy. On the other hand, a bad experience with a professor can disenchant you from an entire field or even worse... flunk you!

Professors of Ceramics boast a median student rating of 4.5 out of 5, which puts these professors in 41st place in the United States grounded in student approval. For context a 4.5 rating is 12.5% over the national median professor rating for all subjects. Ceramics professors barely out-ranked those from "Agricultural Engineering", whereas "Printmaking"&nbspprofessors ranked one slot above Ceramics.

Now for some statistics about Ceramics professors. Colleges located in midsize citys tend to have the best Ceramics professors. The Pacific-12 Conference has the highest rated Ceramics professors. The Southwest region has the highest rated Ceramics professors. Public institutions tend to have higher rated Ceramics professors than private schools. Finally, Arizona has the highest rated Ceramics professors in the nation.

Tim Peck, professor at Azusa Pacific University&nbspin Azusa, CA is the most popular Ceramics professor in the US. Jennifer Prickett, instructor at Azusa Pacific University&nbspin Azusa, CA is the highest rated Ceramics professor in the nation, with a rating of 5 / 5.

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