Top New York Schools for Urban & Regional Planning

2017 New York Urban & Regional Planning Rankings Guide

About 29 students graduated with a degree in urban & regional planning from 1 different programs offered in New York.

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 New York

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

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Cornell University is the best choice if you are thinking about a college degree in Urban & Regional Planning. In addition to its bachelor's programs, Cornell 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 a lot of ethnicities thanks to Cornell's diverse student body.If you are interested in Cornell, hit the books. The average SAT score of applicants is 1,420. Check out some school videos to explore what's happening on campus.

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