Top Urban & Regional Planning Schools in the Great Plains Region

Great Plains Regional Urban & Regional Planning Rankings for 2017

With just 2 Great Plains area schools and 32 students graduating in the Great Plains region, Architecture & Related Services is an unpopular subject to study in this region.

Urban & Regional Planning students in the Great Plains region will probably pay anywhere between $104,302 and $167,088 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 Great Plains region are by browsing this ranking.

Below are the Rankings of the Finest Urban & Regional Planning Schools in the Great Plains 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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It's hard to beat Iowa State University if you want to study Urban & Regional Planning. Students who graduate from this program report average early career income of urban planning and mid-career income of $76,043. Based in Ames, Iowa, this institution is a good option for students who enjoy the excitement of a popular city.

If you're concerned with racking up too much student debt, you should note that graduates leave Iowa State with an average of only $27,472 in student loans.Freshmen are not required to live on-campus at Iowa State University. Get a better idea of what student life at Iowa State is really like by seeing a few campus videos.

It is hard to find a better school than University of Missouri - Kansas City if you wish to pursue Urban & Regional Planning as a major. Kansas City, Missouri is an appropriate location for young people who relish the fast moving city life.

Due to the fact the usual SAT score of University of Missouri - Kansas City applicants is about 1,185, the school is able to be pretty selective.You may want to invest in an ACT preparation class before taking the exam because the average ACT score is 24. Learn more and discover just how University of Missouri - Kansas City ranks in other categories.

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