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Most Popular Schools for City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning Major & Degree Program

A program that prepares individuals to apply principles of planning, analysis, and architecture to the development and improvement of urban areas and surrounding regions, and to function as professional planners. Includes instruction in principles of architecture; master plan development; service, communications, and transportation systems design; community and commercial development; zoning; land use planning; applied economics; policy analysis; applicable laws and regulations; and professional responsibilities and managerial duties.


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Rank School Name Students % of Total Total On-Campus Cost
1 Arizona State University-Tempe 123 1% $23,837
2 Ohio State University-Main Campus 116 1% $25,479
3 Columbia University in the City of New York 103 1% $64,144
4 University of Southern California 92 1% $62,180
5 University of California-Davis 89 1% $33,066
6 University of California-Los Angeles 87 1% $32,416
7 University of Arizona 82 1% $25,179
8 Harvard University 79 1% $59,950
9 University of Pennsylvania 77 1% $61,800
10 California State Polytechnic University-Pomona 76 2% $22,571
11 Rutgers University-New Brunswick 76 1% $29,468
12 University of Michigan-Ann Arbor 75 1% $26,240
13 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 75 3% $59,020
14 University of Cincinnati-Main Campus 72 1% $27,434
15 Cornell University 65 1% $61,618
16 University of Colorado Denver 63 2% $24,555
17 University of Illinois at Chicago 57 1% $29,320
18 Michigan State University 54 1% $24,648
19 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 54 0% $29,086
20 New York University 54 0% $63,540
21 Florida State University 53 1% $21,543
22 Florida Atlantic University 53 1% $21,583
23 University of Washington-Seattle Campus 48 0% $27,034
24 University of California-Berkeley 47 0% $33,319
25 Ball State University 45 1% $22,250
26 Texas A & M University-College Station 45 0% $21,051
27 California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo 43 1% $24,285
28 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main Campus 42 1% $23,384
29 University at Buffalo 41 1% $23,316
30 University of New Orleans 41 2% $19,825
31 Portland State University 36 1% $23,528
32 San Jose State University 36 0% $23,629
33 University of Minnesota-Twin Cities 36 0% $25,281
34 Temple University 35 0% $29,632
35 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 35 1% $24,024
36 The University of Texas at Arlington 35 0% $22,234
37 University of Iowa 34 1% $20,691
38 University of California-Irvine 34 0% $30,504
39 Pratt Institute-Main 34 2% $58,734
40 University of Virginia-Main Campus 33 1% $26,075
41 Texas State University 31 0% $19,620
42 The University of Texas at Austin 31 0% $26,156
43 Iowa State University 29 0% $18,920
44 University of Oregon 28 0% $24,352
45 University of Hawaii at Manoa 28 1% $22,996
46 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee 27 0% $22,142
47 University of Wisconsin-Madison 22 0% $23,931
48 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 21 0% $26,165
49 Eastern Washington University 20 1% $21,626
50 University of Florida 19 0% $19,103
51 Auburn University 18 0% $25,282
52 SUNY at Albany 17 0% $22,419
53 Eastern Michigan University 17 0% $20,756
54 University of Georgia 17 0% $22,064
55 San Diego State University 16 0% $25,068
56 Minnesota State University-Mankato 16 1% $17,562
57 Prairie View A & M University 16 1% $17,592
58 University of Louisville 16 0% $22,796
59 University of Oklahoma-Norman Campus 15 0% $23,441
60 Boston University 14 0% $61,446
61 Washington University in St Louis 14 0% $61,808
62 Clemson University 14 0% $28,502
63 University of North Carolina at Charlotte 13 0% $19,080
64 University of New Mexico-Main Campus 13 0% $20,094
65 University of Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras 13 1% $13,387
66 Wayne State University 12 0% $23,586
67 Westfield State University 12 1% $21,296
68 East Carolina University 12 0% $20,831
69 University of Massachusetts-Amherst 12 0% $26,282
70 University of Kansas 12 0% $22,277
71 University of Central Florida 11 0% $20,839
72 Indiana University of Pennsylvania-Main Campus 11 0% $23,920
73 Kent State University at Kent 10 0% $24,926
74 University of Idaho 10 0% $19,598
75 University of Nebraska-Lincoln 10 0% $22,246
76 University of New Hampshire-Main Campus 10 0% $30,300
77 Jackson State University 9 1% $20,640
78 Morgan State University 9 1% $22,269
79 University of Southern Maine 9 0% $24,062
80 CUNY City College 9 0% $26,631
81 Alabama A & M University 9 1% $21,849
82 University of Memphis 9 0% $23,535
83 University of Akron Main Campus 9 0% $23,956
84 Missouri State University-Springfield 8 0% $19,251
85 New Jersey Institute of Technology 8 0% $31,484
86 Miami University-Oxford 8 0% $29,701
87 Texas Southern University 8 1% $24,566
88 Boise State University 7 0% $20,944
89 University of Missouri-Kansas City 7 0% $28,396
90 Saint Louis University 7 0% $53,438
91 Arizona State University-Downtown Phoenix 7 0% $25,521
92 Appalachian State University 6 0% $19,058
93 Plymouth State University 6 0% $26,555
94 New York Institute of Technology 6 0% $48,552
95 The University of Texas at San Antonio 6 0% $20,598
96 Savannah College of Art and Design 5 0% $51,279
97 Kansas State University 4 0% $21,331
98 West Chester University of Pennsylvania 4 0% $25,690
99 University of South Florida-Main Campus 4 0% $20,760
100 Carnegie Mellon University 4 0% $62,032

This list indicates the number of students that completed the City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.