Top City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning All Programs - 2020

Students studying City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning can advance up to a Doctors degree other. On average, 51% percent of women and 49% percent of men make up the degrees awarded across all college campuses. City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning is has the largest number of granted degrees in California. The average annual income for a graduate with a bachelor's degree in City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning is $44,000.

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Total Students
2,669
Total Males
1,315
Total Females
1,354

Degree Type

  • Total Masters degree

    1,681

  • Total Bachelors degree

    825

  • Total Doctors degree research scholarship

    92

  • Total Postbaccalaureate certificate

    36

  • Total Award of less than 1 academic year Degree

    18

  • Total Doctors other degree

    9

  • Total Post masters certificate

    5

  • Total Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years Degree

    3

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See where City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning is the most popular major in the U.S.
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Top Colleges for City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning

The best ranked schools for City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning majors include Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Haverford College and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with 87 students graduating with a degree in City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Learn more about college options in the table below.

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