Details at a Glance
The University is comprised of seventeen schools and colleges. All of them offer graduate programs in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences, Life Sciences, Health Related Programs, Business Administration, Education, Fine and Performing Arts, Communication, Psychology, Engineering, Applied Sciences and Community & Regional Planning. The University also offers certificate programs in Engineering, Women’s Studies and Education. Approximately 10,000 students attend graduate programs on a full-time or part-time basis at the Main Campus, Health Sciences Center, Temple University Center City , Ambler College, Fort Washington, and Harrisburg.
Temple University graduate students become thought leaders and innovative scholars who distinguish themselves in their fields and create impactful solutions in an evolving world. The university’s master’s, doctoral and certificate programs integrate advanced coursework with cutting-edge research and dedicated faculty mentor-ships, designed to help you graduate at the forefront of your discipline. At Temple, you’ll be a part of a diverse, vibrant community of lifelong learners.
All admission requirements for individual programs are located here.
Varies: All deadlines located in our Graduate Bulletin.
We have admissions for Spring, Fall and some Summer.
Clubs & Associations
Clubs & Organizations at Temple University Graduate School