2023 Managerial Economics Professors
There are about 14,165 students enrolled in Managerial Economics in the USA.
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Fast Facts for Managerial Economics: Median Professor Rating: 3.6 / 5, which is below average.
Instructors often play a humongous role in your college experience, regardless of your primary focus. A great professor can provide inspiration and even make a difficult subject seem fun. Conversely, an unpleasant professor can drive unwelcome frustration or even worse... flunk you!
Professors of Managerial Economics, concerningly, only have a median student rating of 3.6 out of 5, which puts these professors in the lower 10 percent in America based on overall professor quality. For context a 3.6 rating is 10% shy of the national median professor rating for all subjects. Professors of Managerial Economics barely edged-out those from "Chemistry", whereas "Accounting and Finance" professors ranked one slot above Managerial Economics.
Now for some statistics about Managerial Economics professors. Colleges located in remote rural areas tend to have the best Managerial Economics professors. The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference has the highest rated Managerial Economics professors. The Southeast region has the highest rated Managerial Economics professors. Public universities tend to have higher rated Managerial Economics professors than private universities. Finally, Alaska has the highest rated Managerial Economics professors in America.
Edmund Luquette, professor at The University of Texas at San Antonio in San Antonio, TX is the most popular Managerial Economics professor in the US. Thomas Garr, professor at Kennesaw State University in Kennesaw, GA is the highest rated Managerial Economics professor in America, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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