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The Planning Accreditation Board requires this information be posted for the Bachelor of Science in Urban Planning (BSUP) and Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP) programs.

The Department of Community and Regional Planning (DCRP) assesses student achievement in terms of student retention, graduation and employment rates. The DCRP will develop an annual alumni survey to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and values gained by graduates beginning in May 2020.

2019-2020 Tuition and Fees

Please see the official Cost of Attendance page.

BSUP Program
In State Residents, per full-time academic year
Out of State Residents, per full-time academic year
 
MURP Program
In State Residents, per full-time academic year
Out of State Residents, per full-time academic year

 

Student Retention Rate

  Percent
Percentage of MURP students who began studies in fall 2018 and continued into fall 2019 73%
Percentage of BSUP students who began studies in fall 2018 and continued into fall 2019 83%

Student Graduation Rate

  Percent
Percentage of MURP students graduating within 4 years, entering class of 2015 60%
Percentage of BSUP students graduating within 6 years, entering class of 2013 72%

Number of Degrees Awarded

  Degrees
Number of MURP degrees awarded for the 2018-2019 Academic Year 9
Number of BSUP degrees awarded for the 2018-2019 Academic Year 5

AICP Certification

  Percent
Percentage of MURP graduates taking the AICP exam within 5 years who pass, graduating class of 2014 0%
Percentage of BSUP graduates taking the AICP exam within 7 years who pass, graduating class of 2012 0%

Employment

  Percent
Percentage of fulltime MURP graduates obtaining professional planning, planning-related or other positions within 12 months of graduation, graduating class of 2018 77%
Percentage of fulltime BSUP graduates obtaining professional planning, planning-related or other positions within 12 months of graduation, graduating class of 2018 80%