2017 Urban & Regional Planning Degree Buying Guide

Finest Value School Rankings in North Carolina

The top value universities for Urban & Regional Planning degrees on this page were selected by highest instructional quality and most reasonable cost in North Carolina. North Carolina universities saw 11 Urban & Regional Planning individuals graduate with degrees in 2015. These recent graduates will have an average salary of $39,674 per year. The average income grows to $74,436, mid-career.

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It's hard to beat Appalachian State University if you want to study Urban & Regional Planning. This is an exceptional choice for students who desire the charms of a compact college town.

The program with the most undergraduates enrolled at this school is general psychology.88.0% of freshmen return for their second year of school. See every one of Appalachian State University's rankings to find out more.

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