So I'm finally graduating from Metro State in Denver with a BA in Urban Land Use Planning. But the more I've been exposed to the planning field through this and other forums the more I feel my education has been lacking in some key areas. I'm working with another student and a faculty advisor to create a steering committee to help improve the program.
Looking for leads on good undergraduate programs to see what they are teaching. I'd also like any suggestions for what should be taught at that level to benefit students wanting to enter the workforce or move on to a graduate school.