Top Urban & Regional Planning Schools in the New England Region

New England Regional Urban & Regional Planning Rankings for 2017

With just 1 New England area schools and 21 students graduating in the New England region, Architecture & Related Services is an unpopular subject to study in this region.

An Urban & Regional Planning degree from a college in the New England region costs about 101550. The U.S. average price of an urban & regional planning degree is $145,437.

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

Below are the Rankings of the Finest Urban & Regional Planning Schools in the New England 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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Every student pursuing a degree in Urban & Regional Planning has to take a look at Westfield State University. Positioned in Westfield, Massachusetts, offers a dependable, suburban atmosphere for scholars.

Liberal arts general studies is the most popular program at Westfield State University.Rated #1,196 in the United States for overall value, we might have estimated this university's terrific instructional programs to come with a larger price tag. If you're interested in finding out more, you can view every one of Westfield State University's rankings here.

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