The Office of Non-Credit and Continuing Education, located at the Ambler campus, provides training and seminars in professional development and personal enrichment topics, as well as computer applications. Courses and certificates are offered at all Temple University campuses. For further information on non-credit programs, visit our online registration system. For campus-specific information, visit the web sites of Temple University Ambler, Temple University Center City and Temple University Harrisburg.
Non-Credit Programs: Professional Development and Continuing Education
Professional development certificates and courses can be completed in many areas, including:
- Project Management
- Leadership and Management
- Financial Planning
- Floral Design
- Master Home Gardener & Landscape Design
- Interior Design
- Professional Meeting Planning
- Wedding Planning and Consulting
- Digital Advertising
Real Estate Institute
The Real Estate Institute is the largest professional real estate education program in the tri-state area offering pre-licensure or real estate broker courses, as well as a broad spectrum of elective courses, all taught by state-certified real estate instructors. The Real Estate Institute's courses are fully accredited by the Pennsylvania Real Estate Commission and are intended for those seeking state licensure and/or professional advancement, but not an academic degree. The courses allow you to qualify for the Pennsylvania Salesperson Licensing examination and, together with a three-year apprenticeship and additional courses, for the Pennsylvania Real Estate Brokers examination. All students who successfully complete a course of study are awarded Real Estate educational credits and a Temple Real Estate Institute transcript. For more information, call 215-204-1539 and/or visit the Real Estate Institute web site.
Tyler School of Art Professional Development
The Tyler School of Art offers continuing education opportunities in art topics, including professional development programs in painting and sculpture, graphic and interactive design and educator workshops. For more information, call 215-777-9010, e-mail email@example.com and/or visit the Tyler School of Art Professional Development web site.
Act 48 Programs for Educators
Educators can find high quality continuing education at Temple University to upgrade their knowledge and skills in the classroom and to comply with Pennsylvania's Act 48 requirements for certified educators. Temple offers a variety of Act 48 non-credit courses, conferences and workshops for educators at flexible times and in various formats. For more information, call 215-204-4866, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and/or visit the Act 48 Continuing Education web site.
Non-Credit Programs: Personal Enrichment
Personal enrichment certificates and courses are offered in a variety of areas, including:
- Digital Photography
- Arts, Literature and History
- Food and Entertainment
- Healthy Lifestyles and Exercise
- College and Test Prep (SAT, GRE, GMAT, LSAT Review Workshops)
For more information about non-credit courses and programs, or to receive catalogs, call the Office of Non-Credit and Continuing Education at 267-468-8500, e-mail email@example.com and/or visit the Non-Credit Programs web site.
Music Prep offers continuing opportunities for musical growth and enrichment for people of all ages and abilities, from the beginner to the experienced musician. There are programs designed for preschool through high school age students who are considering music as a future career or serious avocation and for adults who wish to develop their musical skills and interests. For more information, call 215-204-1512 and/or visit the Music Prep web site.
Pan-African Studies Community Education Program (PASCEP)
The Pan-African Studies Community Education Program (PASCEP) is a low-cost, non-credit continuing education service of the Office of Community Relations. PASCEP has remained a pillar in the community for over 40 years, and is the most unique community education program in Philadelphia. With over 25 volunteer faculty members, PASCEP offers a multitude of diverse courses, including Introduction to Computers, Credit Education, American Sign Language, GED Preparation, African American Genealogy, African Drumming, Photography, Etymology, Criminal Justice, Sewing, Poetry and Creative Writing, Hip Hop, Spanish, and much more. For more information, call 215-204-1993, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and/or visit the PASCEP web site.
Tyler School of Art Adult Programs and Teen/Pre-College Programs
The Tyler School of Art offers a variety of adult programs, including life-long learning, summer workshops and weekend workshops. Class topics rang from digital design to painting to working with clay. Tyler also offers teen and pre-college programs. For more information, call 215-777-9010, e-mail email@example.com and/or visit the Tyler School of Art Adult Programs and Teen/Pre-College Programs web sites.
Temple Ambler has been offering Summer Education Camps for more than 25 years at its convenient suburban campus. Camps are available for kids, tweens and teens (between the ages of 8 and 17) during the months of June, July and August. Most camps are one-week, full-day camps that run Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., although some shorter and longer camp sessions are also available. The Temple University Ambler Summer Education Camps provide a wonderful opportunity for youths to learn about a specific area of interest, experience a college campus and have lots of fun at the same time. For more information, call 267-468-8500, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and/or visit the Summer Education Camps web site.
Institute of Reading Development
Reading is a habit that lasts a lifetime. Our reading programs throughout the Greater Philadelphia area provide students with an engaging curriculum that improves reading and fosters strong language skills. Reading programs are designed and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development and are available in: Allentown, Ambler, Bensalem, Bethlehem, Doylestown, East Stroudsburg, Exton, Harrisburg, Jenkintown, Lancaster, Lansdale, Mechanicsburg, Media, Philadelphia, Scranton, Villanova, West Chester, Wilkes-Barre, Wyomissing and York. For more information, call 1-800-964-8888 and/or visit the Institute of Reading Development web site.
Lifelong Learning Society at Temple University Ambler
The Lifelong Learning Society provides stimulating classes with great teachers, topics and students. Classes are designed for learners 50 and up. After paying an annual fee, or semi-annual fee (fall or spring), students may enroll in as many of the LifeLong Learning Society courses as they like. Call 267-468-8500 for details or visit the LifeLong Learning Society web site for a listing of courses.
Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Temple University Center City
The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Temple University (OLLI) is an educational program for people who are retired, near retirement or adults with discretionary time to take daytime classes. There are no age limitations. The organization provides a lively, no-pressure atmosphere and offers a variety of courses.
OLLI instructors are also OLLI members, representing many professions, vocations and life experiences. Classes are held Monday to Friday. OLLI also presents the Friday Forum, featuring speakers with diverse and interesting backgrounds. Members may sit in on one undergraduate course each semester, subject to university policy and instructor approval. All classes are held at Temple's Center City campus — convenient for public transportation. For more information, call 215-204-1505, e-mail email@example.com and/or visit the OLLI web site.
Senior Scholars at Temple University
Temple Senior Scholars invites alumni and their spouses or partners age 50 and older to return to Temple's vibrant educational community and sit in on credit classes. For hundreds of Temple alumni each year, the Senior Scholars program means no tests and no grades, just the joy of learning with Temple's diverse students and acclaimed faculty. Choose from a variety of courses in subjects as diverse as American studies and anthropology, history and horticulture, political science and theater. Classes are offered weekdays and evenings at Main Campus, Center City and Ambler. For more information call 215-204-4866, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and/or visit the Senior Scholars web site.