Through the Office of Extension Services, the university offers a wide array of off-campus credit courses, certificates, undergraduate and graduate degrees; non-credit workshops, certificates, and ACT 48 seminars.
The staff of Extension Services, in partnership with the various university departments, schools and colleges, administers the same high quality education programs students receive on Temple's campuses at various off-site locations. These include, but are not limited to, middle schools, high schools, school districts, community colleges, career and technical schools, businesses and non-profit agencies.
The Office of Extension Services has unique features that set it apart from other area training providers. All administrative support services are provided on site. Registration, tuition collection, and textbook purchases are arranged so that no student is required to travel to a Temple campus location to enroll in their specific program. All students are also given a Temple University ID, providing access to all campus resources, programs and special events. For more information, please contact one of the Extension Services staff at (215) 204-5018 or (215) 204-7239 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Extension Services is proud of its affiliation with various Public School Districts, Intermediate Units and Community Colleges throughout the Delaware Valley. Currently, Temple's Master of Science in Education degree program (MSEd.) is offered in public school affiliated locations in Delaware, Chester, and Montgomery Counties. The Career and Technical Education Program (CTE) can be taken at select community colleges in the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys. Specialized education credit programs are also offered at Delaware County Community College and Melmark.
In addition to the university's core-to-core transfer and dual admission agreements with numerous local community colleges, the Office of Extension Services also offers certificate and complete degree programs at Montgomery County Community College (MCCC)-West, Delaware County Community College (DCCC), Luzerne Community College, and Lehigh Carbon Community College (LCCC). Currently, the areas of study available at these institutions include MSEd., Bachelor and Master of Science in Education with a major in Career and Technical Education (CTE), Bachelor of Science in Engineering Technology (BSET) and Teaching in Higher Education.
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Temple University is a proud member of the University Center Partnership through Montgomery County Community College. In addition to the other four universities/colleges comprising the Partnership, Temple engages in joint efforts to promote access to post-Associate Degree education in the Western portion of Montgomery County. Temple currently offers its MSEd and CTE programs at Montgomery County Community College's Pottstown campus. For more information, visit the University Center Partnership web site.