PAB Student Achievement and Public Information

PAB required information on student achievement.

PAB Student Achievement and Public Information

PAB required information on student achievement.

PAB Student Achievement and Public Information

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Tuition and Fees for One Semester of Full Time Study for Academic Year 2016-2017   

Urban Planning Program

Urban Planning & Public Administration


Per Hour
Full-Time (9 or
more credit hours
per Semester)
Resident$781.00$7,023.00
Non-Resident$1,517.00$13,643.00

Explanation of bundled tuition and fees.

 

 

Student Retention and Graduation Rates

Student Retention and Graduation Rate                    Percent
Percentage of degree-seeking Master's students who began studies in Fall 2015 and continued in Fall 2016100%
Percentage of degree-seeking Master's students who began studies in Fall 2014 and continued in Fall 201579%
Percentage of single-degree Master's students graduating within 4 years, entering class of 201288%
Percentage of single-degree Master's students graduating within 4 years, entering class of 201194%

Number of degrees awarded, 2015-2016 Academic year = 16

Number of degrees awarded, 2014-2015 Academic year = 14

Number of degrees awarded, 2013-2014 Academic year = 11

Number of degrees awarded, 2012-2013 Academic year = 16

Number of degrees awarded, 2011-2012 Academic year = 13

 

 

Percentage of Graduates Who Pass the AICP Exam Within Three Years After Graduation

Year Graduated

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

Pass Rate

50%(1/2)

100% (2/2)

100%(1/1)

NA

100% (1/1)

**Information calculated by the Department of Urban and Public Affairs, University of Louisville

 

 

Employment Rate of Full-time Graduates in a Professional Planning or Planning-Related Job

The Employment Rate measures the percentage of MUP graduates who obtain planning positions or elect to pursue an advanced degree within one year of graduation.

93% of 2014-2015 graduates were employed in a full time planning or planning related position within one year of graduation.

82% of 2013-2014 graduates were employed in a full time planning or planning related position within one year of graduation.

63% of 2012-2013 graduates were employed in a full time planning or planning related position within one year of graduation.

69% of 2011-2012 graduates were employed in a full time planning o planning related position within one year of graduation.

69% of 2010-2011 graduates were employed in a full time planning or planning related position within one year of graduation.

82% of 2009-2010 graduates were employed in a full time planning or planning related position within one year of graduation.