Top Urban & Regional Planning Schools in the Middle Atlantic Region

Middle Atlantic Regional Urban & Regional Planning Rankings for 2017

With just 2 Middle Atlantic area schools and 39 students graduating in the Middle Atlantic region, Architecture & Related Services is an unpopular subject to study in this region.

Urban & Regional Planning students in the Middle Atlantic region will probably pay anywhere between $135,119 and $267,517 to pursue their degree. Financial aid packages and in-state tuition when available will help you afford to pay for your degree. The common cost of an urban & regional planning degree is $145,437.

Learn what the top urban & regional planning schools in the Middle Atlantic region are by browsing this ranking.

Below are the Rankings of the Finest Urban & Regional Planning Schools in the Middle Atlantic Area.

The list of urban & regional planning colleges below are created using College Factual's ranking methodology. First, universities and colleges are filtered by region and then ranked based on quality factors such as graduation rates, education quality, Architecture & Related Services program accreditation, and more.

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Looking for the best of the best? Check out Cornell University to pursue your degree in Urban & Regional Planning. Cornell University urban & regional planning majors make 27.7% more than the typical urban planning graduate. With more than 20,000 students, this institution is one of the biggest schools in the country.

This school stimulates collaboration amongst students and their instructors, as evidenced by its 9:1 student-to-faculty ratio.Applicants should not let concerns about affordability stop them from applying to this school since 56.0% of undergraduates receive financial aid. See every one of Cornell University's rankings to find out more.

It's hard to find a better school than Temple University if you wish to study Urban & Regional Planning. In addition to its bachelor's programs, Temple University offers graduate degrees in Urban Planning. With more than 20,000 undergraduates, this institution is one of the largest schools in the nation.

You'll be able to learn about numerous ethnicities thanks to Temple's diverse campus.Temple University appeals to the best of the best, and the average SAT score of applicants is about 1,120. Where is Temple really succeeding? Take a look at all of the school's rankings.

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