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Urban and Regional Planning, Graduate Program
668 N. Riverpoint Blvd, Suite A
Spokane, WA 99202
email: murp@ewu.edu
phone: 509.828.1230
fax: 509.828.1275

Public Information MURP

1. Student Achievement

Following Planning Accreditation Board (PAB) recommendations, Eastern Washington University Planning Faculty developed an Urban Planning Programs Student Achievement Assessment Plan. Part of this plan implements annual direct, integrative evaluations of graduating students' performance. All planning faculty jointly participate in this assessment. This rubric, consisting of the following categories, constitutes faculty assessment of students' capabilities at the ends of their course of study, as evdienced by demonstrated performance in core planning courses and capstone activities. For graduate students, this is their performace (both oral and written) in their Capstone studio course as well as on their thesis-equivalent research report, the oral defense of that product and their performance on a comprehensive oral examination which covers material from the core curriculum. The assessment categories are given below, and are based on faculty judgement of the student's grasp of the topic and their capability to apply it in an entry-level planning position.

Very Good Student exceed basic capabilities needed to perform well in an entry level planning position.
Good Student possess basic capabilities needed to perform well in an entry level planning position.
Fair Student understands basics of the material but may not be able to function independently without further mentoring in an entry level planning position.
Poor Student demonstrates gaps in basics of the material any will not be able to function independently in an entry level planning position without further mentoring.
Very Poor Student demonstrates serious gaps in basics of the material will likely not succeed in an entry level planning position without extensive mentoring.

Eastern Washington University takes pride in our applied focus in urban and regional planning. This report documents student achievement and provides public information on our Masters in Urban and Regional Planning.

The table below shows the results of the faculty evaluation of student learning success for the MURP.

Very Poor Poor Fair Good Very Good No Opinion
A1 General Knowledge 0% 0% 15% 38% 46% 0%
A2 Planning Skills 0% 0% 15% 23% 62% 0%
A3 Values and Ethics 0% 0% 8% 54% 38% 0%

2. Tuition and Fees

Graduate Program 2017-2018 Academic Year
Resident Tuition and Fees $12,059.25
Non-Resident Tuition and Fees $26,862.99

3. Graduates, Four Year Graduation Rates and Retention Rates

Degrees Awarded 2008-2016

Academic Year Number of Masters' Degrees Awarded
2016-2017 6
2015-2016 6
2014-2015 8
2013-2014 5
2012-2013 11
2011-2012 8
2010-2011 6

Four-year MURP Graduation Rates

Academic Year Graduated Graduation Rate
2013-2014 4/11 36%
2012-2013 6/8 75%
2011-2012 6/8 75%
2010-2011 6/10 60%

Retention Rates

Fall 1st Year Enrollment Fall 2nd Year Enrollment Rate
2016 11 2017 10 91%
2015 8 2016 7 88%
2014 7 2015 6 86%
2013 11 2014 9 81.8%
2012 9 2013 9 100%

4. AICP Exam Pass Rate

 AICP Certification

Percent
Percentage of master's graduates taking the AICP exam within 5 years who pass, for the graduating class of 2012. 100%

5. Employment Rates

Graduation Year Number of Graduates Graduates with Full Time Employment Rate
2017 6 5 83%
2016 6 6 100%
2015 9 6 66.7%
2014 6 6 100%
2013 11 9 81.8%
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