2017 Urban & Regional Planning Degree Buying Guide

Colleges Offering Majors / Degrees in Urban & Regional Planning Ranked for Top Graduate Pay : North Dakota.

Urban & Regional Planning has an average starting salary of $39,674 and an average mid-career income of $74,436. Depending on the school you graduate from, it can vary by as much as $31,084. Look through the list below, and choose wisely.

Not every school produced the same outcomes for Urban & Regional Planning graduates. If you're interested in earning a high salary after graduating, this is the list for you.

Due to lack of data, we couldn't rank every college that offers Urban & Regional Planning. To see a full list of all the colleges offering this program check out our listing of Annual Urban & Regional Planning Graduates. To see a list of all the colleges that offer online degree options in Urban & Regional Planning, check out our listing of Annual Urban & Regional Planning Graduates From Programs Offered Online.

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