2023 Nuclear Engineering Professors
There are about 1,601 students enrolled in Nuclear Engineering in the USA.
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Fast Facts for Nuclear Engineering: Median Professor Rating: 5 / 5, which is Top 10.
Instructors often play a massive role in shaping your college experience, regardless of your major. An amazing professor might help a student find their passion and even make a difficult subject seem fun. Conversely, an ineffective professor can mess up your development or even worse... fail you!
Professors of Nuclear Engineering boast a median student rating of 5 out of 5, which puts these professors in 4th place in America grounded in overall professor effectivness. For context that's 25% north of the national median professor rating for all subjects. Professors of Nuclear Engineering just edged-out those from "Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering", whereas "Industrial and Organizational Psychology" professors ranked one slot above Nuclear Engineering.
Now for some statistics about Nuclear Engineering professors. Colleges located in small citys tend to have the best Nuclear Engineering professors. The Big Ten Conference has the highest rated Nuclear Engineering professors. The Great Lakes region has the highest rated Nuclear Engineering professors. Public universities tend to have higher rated Nuclear Engineering professors than private colleges. Finally, Illinois has the highest rated Nuclear Engineering professors in the US.
Kathryn Huff, professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Champaign, IL is the most popular Nuclear Engineering professor in the nation. Kathryn Huff, instructor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in Champaign, IL is the highest rated Nuclear Engineering professor in the nation, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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