The Planning Accreditation Board requires this information to be posted for the Master of Urban and Regional Planning Program. Our most recent strategic plan is from 2018 and we expect to update it in 2023.
|2022-2023 Tuition and Fees|
|In-state residents, per full-time academic year||$7,594.00|
|Out-of-state residents, per full-time academic year||$20,690.00|
|Student Retention Rate|
|Percentage of students who began studies in fall 2021 and continued into fall 2022||79%|
|Student Graduation Rate|
|Percentage of students graduating within 4 years, entering class of 2018||83.3%|
|Number of Degrees Awarded|
|Number of degrees awarded for 2020-2021 Academic Year||13|
|Percentage of master’s graduates taking the AICP exam within 3 years who pass, graduating class of 2016||44%|
|Percentage of full-time graduates obtaining professional planning, planning-related, or other positions within 12 months of graduation, graduating class of 2021||100%|
Students are assessed according to portfolios that reflect the entirety of their work while in the MURP program. Faculty assess portfolios according to 18 planning areas of knowledge, skills, and abilities identified by the Planning Accreditation Board as important learning outcomes.
Areas identified for improvement include: