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What’s Driving Growth in Urban Planning Degrees?

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  1. Quote from Richard Florida’s Huffington Post article on his commencement speech
  2. Source: National Center for Education Statistics, table 323.10, Masters Degrees, Architecture and Related Services.
  3. Mike Maciag. (2013). 'Millennials Face Hurdles Breaking into Public Sector.' Governing. October 2013.
  4. Peter Viechnicki. (2015). 'Understanding Millennials in Government: Debunking Myths about our Youngest Public Servants.' Deloitte University Press.
  5. US Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Outlook Handbook.
  6. Data from
  7. Luisa Zottis. (2014). 'Planning for climate change and the urban future.' The City Fix.
  8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 'MIT News: Global Survey: Climate changes now a mainstream part of city planning.'
  9. Kirk Harris. (2015). 'Understanding the Disposition of Urban Planning Students Toward Social Justice and Equity Themes.' Sage Publications.
  10. Christine Killimayer. (2015). 'Huntsville City planners reveal data collected as part of “The Big Picture” plan.'
  11. Jared Downing. (2015). 'Birmingham struggles to cure 50 years of urban decay.'
  12. Archana Pyati. (2014). 'The Quickening of a Reborn Detroit?' Urbanland.
Andrew Killian
Andrew Killian
Deloitte Consulting LLP
Andrew is a Business Analyst in Deloitte Consulting’s Strategy and Operations division with a strong interest in urbanization. He is in the General Management service line, and although he serves across multiple clients and industries, his project roles are often focused around analytical pieces of work.