Top Indiana Schools for Urban & Regional Planning

2017 Indiana Urban & Regional Planning Rankings Guide

About 13 students graduated with a degree in urban & regional planning from 1 different programs offered in Indiana.

For reference, the average cost of an urban & regional planning degree across the country is $145,437.

Starting salaries of $39,674 and mid-career salaries of $74,436 are typical for a graduate with an urban & regional planning degree.  Find the very best urban & regional planning degree programs inside Indiana.

What are the Best Schools in Indiana for Urban & Regional Planning?

Find a list below of the finest colleges to study urban & regional planning in Indiana. Some of the factors of our methodology include graduation rates, education quality, accreditation, and other relevant factors.

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Ball State University is a good option for students pursuing an Urban & Regional Planning degree. In addition to its bachelor's programs, Ball State University offers graduate degrees in Urban Planning. Situated in Muncie, Indiana, this university is ideal for learners who flourish in a city atmosphere.

Only 36.0% of college students graduate on time. Ball State is way ahead of the pack on that mark with 37.0% of students finishing on time.Liberal arts general studies is the most popular program at Ball State University. If you are interested in knowing more, you will find all of Ball State University's rankings here.

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