2023 Geological Engineering Professors
There are about 1,489 students enrolled in Geological Engineering in the USA.
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Fast Facts for Geological Engineering: Median Professor Rating: 3.5 / 5, which is below average.
Professors always have a great influence your college experience, no matter what you study. A good teacher can provide inspiration and even make a difficult subject seem easy. Alternatively, an unpleasant professor can turn you off of a subject or even worse... flunk you!
Geological Engineering professors, disappointingly, only have a median student rating of 3.5 / 5, putting these professors in the bottom 4 percent in the nation grounded in student satisfaction. For context a 3.5 rating is 12.5% under the national median professor rating for all subjects. Geological Engineering professors slightly edged-out those from "Business Statistics", whereas "Neuroscience" professors ranked one slot above Geological Engineering.
Now for some statistics about Geological Engineering professors. Colleges located in large citys tend to have the best Geological Engineering professors. The Mountain West Conference has the highest rated Geological Engineering professors. The Far West region has the highest rated Geological Engineering professors. Public schools tend to have higher rated Geological Engineering professors than private universities. Finally, Nevada has the highest rated Geological Engineering professors in the US.
J. David Rogers, professor at Missouri University of Science and Technology in Rolla, MO is the most popular Geological Engineering professor in the US. Debasmita Misra, professor at University of Alaska Fairbanks in Fairbanks, AK is the highest rated Geological Engineering professor in the nation, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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