Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs

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    The Essential Resource for Prospective Planning Students

    The Planetizen Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs is the only comprehensive ranking and listing of graduate urban planning programs available. In its 3rd edition, the guide is exhaustively researched by the staff of Planetizen. Thousands of students have used the Guide to inform their decision on which graduate programs to apply to, and ultimately, attend.

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    Features

    • Detailed Profiles of 105 Graduate Urban Planning Programs in the U.S. and Canada
    • Top 25 Planning Schools (in the U.S.)
    • Best Schools by Region (Midwest, Northeast, South, and West)
    • Top Programs by Specialty (12 specialty areas)
    • Largest and Most Diverse Schools
    • Profiles of Planning Students and Professionals
    • Advice for Selecting a Planning Program and Applying to Graduate School
    • Introduction to Graduate Study in the Field of Urban Planning

    Comprehensive Rankings:

    • Top 25 Ranked Schools for Urban Planning Programs
    • Top Ranked Schools in Your Region
    • Best Schools by Specialty (Urban Design, Housing, Preservation, etc.)
    • Detailed Profiles of 100+ Schools

    Narrow Down Your Graduate Program Search:

    • Admissions Requirements and Statistics
    • Cost of Attendance
    • Faculty and Student Demographics
    • Research, Internship and Study Abroad Opportunities
    • What other students are saying

    Hear From:

    • Current grad students, with advice on what to look for in a program
    • Practicing professionals, revealing what they seek in new applicants
    • A planning professor, who explains how to launch your planning career
    • Planetizen's editorial staff, on why one would choose a career in urban planning


    School Profile and Ranking by Geographic Region Sample Pages

    Table of Contents

    • Acknowledgements
    • About Planetizen
    • Introduction
      • Editors' Note
      • How To Use This Guide
    • Becoming a Planner
      • So You Want To Be A Planner?
    • Planning Professional Profiles
    • Launching your Planning Career
    • Planning Student Profiles
    • The Rankings: The Best Graduate Urban Planning Programs
      • Overall Top 25
      • How Planetizen Ranks Schools
      • Top 25 According to Educators
      • By Geographic Region
      • By Specialty
      • Additional Rankings
    • Additional Listings: Reference Guide
    • The Directory: Graduate Urban Planning Programs - Includes profiles of 100 programs in the U.S. and CanadPDF Download and

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    Copyright

    The Planetizen 2012 Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs (ISBN 978-0-9789329-1-6) is published by Planetizen Press.

    Copyright 2011 by Urban Insight, Inc. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form by any electronic or mechanical means (including photocopying, recording, or information storage and retrieval) without permission in writing from the publisher. All content included in this book, such as text, graphics, logos, images, and data compilations is the property of Urban Insight, Inc. or its content suppliers and is protected by United States and international copyright laws.


    What People Are Saying

    "The Guide will become the Michelin guide for planners!"
    - John Fregonese, Fregonese Calthorpe Associates

    "The Planetizen Guide to Graduate Urban Planning Programs fills a significant gap in an important market for both future planning students and planning educators. The Guide provides detailed and valuable information about a wide range of graduate planning programs that prospective students can look to as they evaluate their future in planning."
    - Dr. Edward J. Blakely, Executive Director of the Office of Recovery and Development Administration for the City of New Orleans.

    "I'm a huge Planetizen fan. If you're an urban planner like me or someone interested in cities, you'll soon realize it's just about the very best place on the web for anyone who's interested in the development and evolution of our communities, urban centers and regions."
    - Richard Florida, best-selling author of "The Rise of the Creative Class"

    “The Planetizen guide has been, and continues to be, an invaluable resource throughout the application process, containing detailed information about graduate programs that I could not find anywhere else.”
    -James McNally, aspiring planning student

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