2023 Human Resources Professors
There are about 87,100 students enrolled in Human Resources in the USA.
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Fast Facts for Human Resources: Median Professor Rating: 4 / 5, which is below average.
Instructors oftentimes play a meaningful role in your college experience, no matter what you study. A thoughtful instructor may provide inspiration and set a student up for future success. Alternatively, a bad experience with a professor can mess up your development or even worse... fail you!
Human Resources professors have a median student rating of 4 / 5, putting these professors in the top 58th percentile in the nation based on overall professor effectivness. Suprisingly, this major is exactly the median for professor rating, which, in our opinion, is remarkably average! Human Resources professors slightly out-ranked those from "Radio, Television, and Digital Communication", whereas "Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology" professors ranked one slot above Human Resources.
Now for some statistics about Human Resources professors. Colleges located in small suburbs tend to have the best Human Resources professors. The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has the highest rated Human Resources professors. The Rocky Mountains region has the highest rated Human Resources professors. Public colleges tend to have higher rated Human Resources professors than private colleges. Finally, Colorado has the highest rated Human Resources professors in the US.
Bill Sokol, instructor at San Francisco State University in San Francisco, CA is the most popular Human Resources professor in the US. Sherman Henry, professor at Florida International University in Miami, FL is the highest rated Human Resources professor in the United States, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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