Urban planners face the challenges that come with population growth and decline by considering physical, social, economic, and environmental outcomes when making decisions.
Planning is a dynamic and growing field. According to a 2008 United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) study, a Master’s degree in the field of urban and regional planning has a lifetime value of approximately $1,333,048.00.
Urban planning is a profession that offers you the opportunity to direct the evolution of cities and towns in the 21st century. A Master’s in Urban and Regional Planning prepares you to be involved locally, nationally, and internationally in a variety of ways.