Career Questions tagged Professor

Typically an educator at college institutions, a professor possesses a Masters or Doctorate degree in their field of expertise. For more information, please read below.

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Alejandro B. Nov 15, 2018 116 views

what type of benefits othe than those from the ollege come with being a foreign language professor

is the career of being a foreign languages professor interesting other than the languages being ta #foreign-languages #professor...

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Alejandro B. Nov 15, 2018 155 views

have you had the chance to teach foreign languages in other countries?

wonder for the possibility of travel while being a future professor in foreign languages #foreign-languages #professor...


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Alejandro B. Nov 15, 2018 133 views

what college did you go to for foreign languages teaching

for the wondering on which #foreign-languages #teaching #professor which college would be best to enroll for the sake of advancement to become a foreign languages...

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Katherine S. Oct 25, 2018 207 views

What is college like?

Is it fun, hard, stressful? Do you learn things that are important? Does it help your future? Are the professors fair and understanding? Is living on campus fun? Is joining a club or organization fun? #college #college-advice...


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Cierra M. Oct 15, 2018 119 views

What is an easy way out find out if a college professor isn't good at their job before taking their class?

In the past, I have had poor experiences with signing up for professors that have no passion or little expertise in the topic that they choose. It feels like a gamble, honestly. I am aware of sites that have student reviews on professors, but only two of mine in my entire college are on any of...

#education #professor #college

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Muhammad K. Aug 30, 2018 136 views

How many interns and students can over watch a doctor?

In my mind, I would suppose that a group of 10 or more people would follow around doctors to learn new and innovative things. #doctor #professor...


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Stephanie S. Aug 29, 2018 183 views

When becoming a college professor, is it more beneficial to start at a 4-year or transfer from a 2-year?

I want to know if it would be better for me to go to a 4-year college right off the bat when wanting to become a professor so I can familiarize myself when professors there who can help me. Or transfer from a community/2-year college to a 4-year. (based around finances) #college-professor...

#professor #higher-education #community-college #professors

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Stephanie S. Aug 29, 2018 137 views

What is the process of becoming a college professor?

Curious on how many credits I would need or what kind of degree I will need for a math or art professor. I want to know for any type of college too; community, CSU, UC, private, etc? #professor #california #mathematics...


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Amberly S. Aug 27, 2018 151 views

How do I avoid student debt?

As a chemistry major, all I can think about is the hundreds of thousands of dollars I'm going to spend on college. How, other than scholarships, am I supposed to avoid going into debt when college is extremely unaffordable? #student #university #teacher #professor...


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Yuniba Y. Aug 25, 2018 167 views

What is the best way to approach a professor about research opportunities

I am wondering about in laboratory research opportunities for undergraduates #professor #network #research...


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Kayleigh K. Aug 20, 2018 172 views

What would you recommend when trying to make connections with faculty?

As an incoming freshman, I've heard a lot about the importance of making connections with your professors if you want good recommendations or opportunities. What are some tips on how to do that (besides being a respectful and good student)? #student #college #professor...


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Angel S. Jul 24, 2018 114 views
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Rebecca A. Jun 21, 2018 352 views

What career options are there for economics majors?

I am studying economics at Brown; I really like how economic thinking can solve problems, but I am not a huge fan of math (I do not plan to take any beyond statistics and Calc II which are required). I am very interested in public policy, but more from an applied microeconomics view (rather...

#economics #research #government #phd #professor #career #policy

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Alexandra C. Jun 15, 2018 247 views

How much do college professors get paid?

I'm a CareerVillage staff member and I'm posting this because we know that many young people are looking for the answer to this question. This is among the most popular questions searched by youth, and we're hoping you will take a moment to share your response to it. Thank you! #college...

#higher-ed #salary #professor #higher-education

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Ellena B. May 24, 2016 370 views

What college electives would be beneficial to me if I want to be a post-secondary teacher?

I aspire to be a college professor, which I realized requires much dedication and time, all that I am willing to put in. I want to know what electives I should take or perhaps campus jobs that would help prepare me for this career. #professor #jobs #electives #teaching #university-teaching...

#higher-education #post-secondary #college

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Rahul S. May 25, 2018 200 views
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Carson M. May 24, 2018 250 views

What would the ideal professor-student relationship look like for recommendation letter status for graduate school?

What is the ideal dynamic between student and professor to ensure a positive recommendation letter in the future? Aside from visiting during office hours, what should I, as an incoming college freshman, do to build that relationship? #professional #professor #student #college-student...

#law-school #prelaw #rec-letter #graduate-school #law

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Hailey T. May 24, 2018 202 views
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Brooklyn S. May 19, 2018 200 views

What are some useful study habits for visual learners?

I am a visual learner and want to get the hang of studying, but I know each professor is different so I need my own study skills accustom to my learning habits. #student #professor...


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Evelyn D. Jan 16, 2018 198 views

Besides a Master’s in Philosophy, what can help me become a University Philosophy teacher?

Are there other things that can help my prospects on becoming a University Philosophy teacher? #philosophy #higher-education...


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Evelyn D. Jan 16, 2018 193 views

What more is to becoming a Philosophy Professor for a University?

I was wondering what other things beside teaching maybe expected from a Philosophy Professor at a University. #philosophy #professor #higher-education #instructor...


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zarah Z. May 27, 2016 511 views

What type of jobs does an economics degree lead to?

I am trying to figure out my major for undergraduate studying. #college #professor...


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Madeleine W. Mar 18, 2018 228 views

What is the gender gap like in upper level sciences, first hand?

I am a female, high school senior considering a career path in upper level mathematics, academia and research. I am very concerned with underrepresentation of women and I would like to know of any first hand experiences. Researching online I find a lot of statistics, but I would like more. Has...

#stemcareers #women-in-stem #academia #science #computer-science-phd #mathematics #research #graduate-school #phdbound #science-phd #stem #professor #phd

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Madeleine W. Mar 18, 2018 199 views

What kind of flexibility comes with being a professor? Any big pros and cons of the job?

I am a high school senior looking toward a possible career as a math professor. The things is, I have so many other passions like theatre. I am perfectly happy doing art on the side, but I would like to know if I pursue mathematics if it will be a possibility. #mathematics #professor #theatre...