Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine: Faculty & Salaries

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Quality of education at any specific college strongly depends on people who teach there.

In this report for Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine we provide you with information about faculty structure, salaries, and class sizes, as well as comparisons to competing and nearby colleges.

Faculty Compensation and Workload

As a rule, adequately compensated instructors are better motivated and have more opportunities to concentrate on teaching; therefore, we consider faculty compensation to be an important factor for evaluating education quality.

Monthly faculty salaries at Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine vary approximately from $10,000 to $14,000. The average full-time faculty salary at this college is approximately $139,000 a year, which is 50% higher than Alabama average faculty compensation.

Women faculty members at this school are paid $8,524 a month on average; that is way lower than average men faculty salaries, $13,237 a month.

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Annual Faculty Wages
Students to Faculty Ratios

Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine Faculty Compensation and Workload Chart
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Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine has an outstanding, 0:1 students-to-faculty ratio.

Low ratios typically imply smaller class size, more attention to students, better quality of education, and higher satisfaction both for students and instructors. High ratios are usually a sign of the opposite.

Use the charts above to compare faculty compensation and workload at Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine versus nearby colleges.

Faculty Ranking and Demographics

The full-time faculty at Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine consists of 3 professors, 7 associate professors, and 10 assistant professors - 13 men and 7 women:
Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine Faculty Demographics Chart

Please note that faculty rank (e.g. associate professor, lecturer, instructor) is typically assigned by the college itself.

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Our listing contains 46 medical schools and colleges in Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery, Huntsville, Tuscaloosa, Dothan, Bay Minette, and 24 more cities. Approximately 4,100 medical diplomas are awarded each academic year. Average tuition cost for medical degree programs in AL is approximately $16,200.

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