Qualified and Popular City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning Graduate Programs

In United States, 101 schools have the City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning programs in graduate level. Next table shows the top 20 schools that have the qualified City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning graduate programs. Massachusetts Institute of Technology has the most expensive graduate tuition & fees of $57,059 and Columbia University in the City of New York has the most completers (420 students) who earned their graduate degree for City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning program.
Next table compares the popular and qualified City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning graduate programs by rank, tuition, and number of completers. You can sort the schools by clicking column name that you want to sort. You may want see the overall tuition information and list of all graduate programs that offers City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning programs at City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning tuition information page.
2020-2021 Qualified and Popular City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning Graduate Schools Comparison
RankNameGraduate Tuition & FeesNumber of Completers1)Total Number of Graduate StudentsNumber of Total Graduate ProgramsStudents to Faculty Ratio
1 Harvard UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsCambridge, MA $49,214 198 21,616 274 programs 7 to 1
2 Columbia University in the City of New YorkPrivate, 4 yearsNew York, NY $49,968 420 22,861 375 programs 6 to 1
3 Princeton UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsPrinceton, NJ $53,770 30 2,946 86 programs 5 to 1
4 Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyPrivate, 4 yearsCambridge, MA $57,059 186 6,972 78 programs 3 to 1
5 Yale UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsNew Haven, CT $43,300 84 7,469 217 programs 6 to 1
6 University of PennsylvaniaPrivate, 4 yearsPhiladelphia, PA $40,182 169 14,009 255 programs 6 to 1
7 University of Southern CaliforniaPrivate, 4 yearsLos Angeles, CA $47,107 189 27,403 472 programs 9 to 1
8 University of California-Los AngelesPublic, 4 yearsLos Angeles, CA $28,055
($12,953 Residents)
162 12,960 213 programs 18 to 1
9 Cornell UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsIthaca, NY $29,585 120 8,418 226 programs 9 to 1
10 University of California-BerkeleyPublic, 4 yearsBerkeley, CA $29,289
($14,187 Residents)
143 11,648 196 programs 20 to 1
11 Georgia Institute of Technology-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsAtlanta, GA $31,164
($16,088 Residents)
183 16,674 86 programs 18 to 1
12 University of Michigan-Ann ArborPublic, 4 yearsAnn Arbor, MI $48,532
($24,218 Residents)
171 16,398 351 programs 11 to 1
13 Washington University in St LouisPrivate, 4 yearsSaint Louis, MO $54,750 118 8,101 180 programs 7 to 1
14 Rice UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsHouston, TX $49,403 25 3,132 88 programs 6 to 1
15 University of FloridaPublic, 4 yearsGainesville, FL $29,302
($12,737 Residents)
125 16,727 230 programs 18 to 1
16 University of Washington-Seattle CampusPublic, 4 yearsSeattle, WA $33,534
($19,293 Residents)
132 15,301 436 programs 19 to 1
17 University of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignPublic, 4 yearsChampaign, IL $31,490
($18,083 Residents)
135 15,787 239 programs 20 to 1
18 University of Virginia-Main CampusPublic, 4 yearsCharlottesville, VA $30,720
($19,528 Residents)
80 7,862 139 programs 15 to 1
19 The University of Texas at AustinPublic, 4 yearsAustin, TX $22,966
($11,998 Residents)
120 11,028 211 programs 18 to 1
20 Georgetown UniversityPrivate, 4 yearsWashington, DC $51,790 22 11,745 124 programs 11 to 1
1) Number of completers who received/competing graduate City/Urban, Community and Regional Planning program - master, doctorate, or post-graduate certificate.
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