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2023 Journalism Professors

There are about 33,711 students enrolled in Journalism in the USA.

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Fast Facts for Journalism: Median Professor Rating: 4 / 5, which is average.

Instructors continually have a critical influence your college experience, regardless of your primary focus. A great instructor may provide inspiration and even make a difficult subject seem fun. Contrarily, a bad experience with a professor can interrupt your schooling or even worse... flunk you!

Journalism professors have a median student rating of 4 out of 5, putting these professors in the upper 50th percentile in the United States based on overall professor effectivness. Suprisingly, this major is exactly the median for professor rating, which, in our opinion, is remarkably average! Professors of Journalism just out-ranked those from "Recording Arts Technology", whereas "Finance"&nbspprofessors ranked one slot above Journalism.

Now for some statistics about Journalism professors. Colleges located in remote rural areas tend to have the best Journalism professors. The California Pacific Conference has the highest rated Journalism professors. The Southeast region has the highest rated Journalism professors. Public schools tend to have higher rated Journalism professors than private schools. Finally, Maine has the highest rated Journalism professors in the United States.

Alice Tait, instructor at Central Michigan University&nbspin Mount Pleasant, MI is the most popular Journalism professor in the US. Reut Cohen, instructor at Glendale Community College&nbspin Glendale, AZ is the highest rated Journalism professor in America, with a rating of 5 / 5.

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