Start a degree. Finish a degree.
Students at Temple University Ambler say they have the best of both worlds — an opportunity to earn a Temple University degree at a small, suburban campus. Flexible scheduling means students can select the schedule that is right for them — day or evening classes, weekend, or online.
A variety of students call Ambler Campus their home, from freshmen coming to college right after high school to students transferring from a community college or another institution to non-traditional students and adult leaders — students over 25 who are seeking to start or finish their college career.
Temple Ambler additionally offers a variety of graduate and certificate programs for individuals looking to advance their career or make a career change.
With personal attention, small class sizes and access to all of the resources that a large research university has to offer, the Ambler Campus is the perfect place to take charge of your future!
At Temple University Ambler, students can begin more than 100 Temple undergraduate programs and complete numerous degree programs in areas such as business, community development, horticulture, landscape architecture and the liberal arts. Learn more about Undergraduate Programs at Ambler.
Temple Ambler is also home to the Master of Landscape Architecture (MLarch) degree program, which is offered through the Tyler School of Art and Architecture. Learn more about the MLArch Graduate Program at Temple Ambler.
Still exploring your options? Enroll in a certificate program and experience credit courses in everything from business to sustainability to national park management. Learn more about Certificate Programs at Ambler.
Learning never ends! Temple University Ambler offers courses and programs for students or every age interested in college admission, professional development or simply expanding their horizons. Learn more about Continuing Education.
Digital editing. Aquaponics. Web Design. Self Defense. Temple University Ambler offers hundreds of non-credit courses and certificates for professional or personal enrichment every semester. Learn more about Non-Credit Programs at Ambler.