2023 Voice and Opera Professors
There are about 1,656 students enrolled in Voice and Opera in the USA.
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Fast Facts for Voice and Opera: Median Professor Rating: 5 / 5, which is Top 10.
Professors consistently play a heavy role in shaping your college experience, regardless of your major. A great teacher may help a student find their passion and set you up for future success. Contrarily, a poor professor can derail your development or even worse... flunk you!
Voice and Opera professors boast a median student rating of 5 / 5, putting these professors in 2nd place in the nation based on overall professor quality. For context a 5 rating is 25% higher than the national median professor rating for all subjects. Professors of Voice and Opera just edged-out those from "Directing and Theatrical Production", whereas "Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering" professors ranked one slot above Voice and Opera.
Now for some statistics about Voice and Opera professors. Colleges located in fringe towns tend to have the best Voice and Opera professors. The North Coast Athletic Conference has the highest rated Voice and Opera professors. The Great Lakes region has the highest rated Voice and Opera professors. Private institutions tend to have higher rated Voice and Opera professors than public schools. Finally, Ohio has the highest rated Voice and Opera professors in the United States.
Steven Splitt, instructor at The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, IL is the most popular Voice and Opera professor in the nation. Gregory Ristow, instructor at Oberlin College in Oberlin, OH is the highest rated Voice and Opera professor in the United States, with a rating of 5 / 5.
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