2023 General Studies Professors
There are about 911,096 students enrolled in General Studies in the USA.
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Fast Facts for General Studies: Median Professor Rating: 4.1 / 5, which is above average.
Professors frequently have an astronomical influence your college experience, no matter what you study. An awesome instructor might help a student find their passion and set a student up for future success. Contrarily, a bad professor can turn you off of an entire field or even worse... flunk you!
General Studies professors have a median student rating of 4.1 / 5, putting them in the upper 41st percentile in the United States grounded in student approval. For context a 4.1 rating is 2.5% over the national median professor rating for all subjects. Professors of General Studies barely out-ranked those from "Social Sciences", whereas "Religious Studies" professors ranked one slot above General Studies.
Now for some statistics about General Studies professors. Colleges located in distant rural areas tend to have the best General Studies professors. The Conference Carolinas has the highest rated General Studies professors. The Southeast region has the highest rated General Studies professors. Public colleges tend to have higher rated General Studies professors than private schools. Finally, Montana has the highest rated General Studies professors in the United States.
Kurt Olson, professor at Modesto Junior College in Modesto, CA is the most popular General Studies professor in the nation. David Teeple, professor at University of California-Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, CA is the highest rated General Studies professor in the US, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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