2017 Urban & Regional Planning Degree Buying Guide

2017 Best Universities for the Money in Wisconsin

The top value universities for Urban & Regional Planning degrees on this page were selected by highest instructional quality and most reasonable cost in Wisconsin. 10 Wisconsin Urban & Regional Planning undergraduate students graduated in 2015 with bachelor degrees. These recent graduates will have an average salary of $39,674 per year. The average income grows to $74,436, mid-career.

Find a Quality and Affordable Option to Study Urban & Regional Planning in Wisconsin

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University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh is among your top options if you're planning on studying Urban & Regional Planning. The location in a big city is great for scholars trying to find adequate chances for social networking, experience, and exploration.

About 69.6% of the professors at University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh are full-time and get normal office hours, so they should be more accessible to students.University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh offers graduate degree programs for those who want to keep going after earning a four-year degree. A virtual tour could be a good way to find out more about University of Wisconsin - Oshkosh.

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