Urban & Regional Planning at MIT
Information on Getting an Urban & Regional Planning Degree at MIT
Interested in attending MIT to study
Urban & Regional Planning?
Review the number of students who graduated during the 2016 - 2017 academic year, the ethnic diversity of those graduates,
the average starting and mid-career salaries graduates earned, and find out how
Massachusetts Institute of Technology ranks among other schools offering a major in Urban & Regional Planning.
Grad Earnings for MIT Urban Planning GraduatesUrban & Regional Planning
graduates earn an average of $51,000
when starting their career and $86,000 at mid-career.
MIT Urban Planning Rankings
2017 Bachelor Degree Graduates
2017 Bachelor Degrees Earned by International Students
None of the degrees were awarded to foreign nationals.
Male/Female Breakdown of Undergrads at MIT Studying Urban & Regional Planning
A significant percentage of degrees ( 67.0% )
were awarded to women.
The following chart and table show the ethnicities of the
U.S. citizens who earned undergraduate degrees in Urban & Regional Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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Focus Areas Within Urban & Regional Planning
- City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning
Salary data is estimated by College Factual using 2013 data provided by PayScale