Top Michigan Schools for Urban & Regional Planning

2017 Michigan Urban & Regional Planning Rankings Guide

About 16 students graduated with a degree in urban & regional planning from 1 different programs offered in Michigan.

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.  Take a look at the list below to find out which school provides the best program for urban & regional planning students.

Below are the Best 10 Urban & Regional Planning Schools in Michigan

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

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Michigan State University is a wonderful decision for students pursuing an Urban & Regional Planning degree. In addition to its bachelor's programs, Michigan State University offers graduate degrees in Urban Planning. Prefer a sizable student body? This school has over 20,000 students on campus.

With 86.2% of the instructors being full time, students will get a good amount of face time with instructors.Michigan State University's default rate of 4.0% is considerably below the average of 7.0%. Take a deeper dive to check out just how well Michigan State ranks in other categories.

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