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Public Information

This page reports information required by the Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) to be made publicly accessible.  More detailed information and explanations are provided in the attached report.
View the full report here.

 

Cost for Full-time Students for One Academic Year

Annual (2013-2014) Cost of Tuition and Fees, ECU:

          In-state: $6,143, including $3,959 tuition and $2,184 fees.

          Out-of-state: $20,256, including $18,072 tuition and $2,184 fees.


Student Achievement as Defined by the Program

Student achievement means that students will:

  • Succeed in life, civically, professionally, and personally.
  • Have the knowledge and the skills needed to prepare plans, conduct independent research, manage planning issues and problems, and make significant decisions.
  • Develop sufficient depth in functional and substantive areas of planning to attain expertise in a specialized planning area such as community development, coastal planning, environmental planning or urban design.
  • Understand the development and impact of human settlements as it relates to planning; understand the historical and contemporary planning practice, policy and process; and have full knowledge of the planning process and how it operates in a diverse environment.
  • Collaborate effectively in diverse groups to promote successful outcomes.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of ethical principles and their application in leadership.
  • Understand the variety of disciplinary perspectives that form the core base of knowledge.
  • Make decisions informed by the core base of knowledge.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in information technology appropriate to the discipline of planning.
  • Understand diverse cultures in a broad context of global awareness.
  • Develop leadership traits and serve their communities as leaders.

Summary of Outcomes Measured

This section summarizes the outcomes measured
(see full report for details on assessment measures, results, and actions taken as appropriate.)

Outcome

Measure #

Criterion for Success Met?

The Leadership University
(Successful Collaboration)

1 Presentation

Yes (2013)

The Leadership University
(Ethical Principles)

1 Examination

No (2012);
No (2013)

Knowledge and Skills of Planning

1 Presentation

Yes (2013)

2 Presentation

Yes (2012);
Yes (2013)

3 Presentation

No (2013)

4 Examination

No (2012);
No (2013)

5 Presentation

Yes (2013)

6 Presentation

No (2013)

Expertise in Specialized Planning

1 Examination

No (2013)

2 Presentation

Yes (2012);
Yes (2013)

3 Examination

No (2013)



 

Retention and Graduation Rates 

Retention Rates, Students of the Urban and Regional Planning Program
By Academic Year, 2002-03 to 2011-2012

 


Year

# Students (Degrees Granted)

Graduated in 6 Years or Less


% of Total

2002-03

17

17

100%

2003-04

19

18

94.7%

2004-05

14

14

100%

2005-06

16

15

93.8%

2006-07

22

20

95.5%

2007-08

15

15

100%

2008-09

15

14

93.3%

2009-10

17

16

94.1%

2010-11

15

15

100%

2011-12

12

12

100%



Passage Rates for the Exam of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)



Year


# Students

Passed the AICP Exam within 5 Years of Graduating

% of Total Graduates  Passing the AICP Exam within 5 Years of  Graduating

2002-03

17

0

0%

2003-04

19

0

0%

2004-05

14

4

28.6%

2005-06

16

1

6.3%

2006-07

22

0

0%

2007-08

15

0

0%

Total for years shown


103


5


4.9%



Graduates Finding Employment in Planning or Planning-related Profession within One Year of Graduation, by Academic Year, 2002-03 to 2011-12 (Sample Data)

Graduation Year

Number
 of Responses

% of All Graduates Finding Planning Employment
 in 1 Year

2002-2003

9

56%

2003-2004

4

25%

2004-2005

4

100%

2005-2006

11

73%

2006-2007

5

80%

2007-2008

4

75%

2008-2009

4

25%

2009-2010

1

0%

2010-2011

4

25%

2011-2012

5

0%

All Years

51

53%



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