This page reports information required by the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) to be made publicly accessible.
Updated: Apr 13, 2016
Annual (2015-2016) Cost of Tuition and Fees, ECU:
In-state: $3,290.00 including $2,078.50 tuition and $1,211.50 fees.
Out-of-state: $11,077.00 including $9,865.50 tuition and $1,211.5 fees.
Note: 2016-2017 costs not available as of Apr 13, 2016.
Student achievement means that students will:
This section summarizes the outcomes measured.
1. Knowledge of Planning: Students will demonstrate the ability to identify and manage planning issues and problems by an exit exam and individual presentations.
2. Skills of Planning: Students will demonstrate the ability to prepare plans by individual presentations.
3. Expertise in Specialized Planning: Students will demonstrate knowledge of at least one specialized area of planning such as community development, coastal development, environmental planning or urban design as measured by a specialized exit exam and individual presentation.
4. Development and Impact of Human Settlements: Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the development and impact of human settlements as it relates to planning as measured by embedded questions in an exit exam.
5. Global Interdependence: Recognizes the global interdependence of societies, economies, and environmental systems and the implications of his or her actions on the wider global environment, including the natural earth environment.
6. Successful Collaboration: Collaborates effectively in diverse groups to promote successful outcomes.
7. Ethical Principles: Demonstrates knowledge of ethical principles and their application in leadership.
Graduation and Retention Rates, Students of the Urban and Regional Planning Program By Academic Year, 2002-03 to 2013-2014
Note: Responses to the question: "Within two to five years after graduation from ECU, how satisfied were you in terms of how the urban and regional planning program at ECU prepared you for your current employment?"
Source: Compiled by the urban and regional program via 2012 survey with resurvey of non-respondents in 2014.