Graduate

Department of Architecture and Environmental Design (Tyler School of Art and Architecture)

Getting Started

To enroll in graduate classes, it is not necessary for students to apply and be admitted to a degree program (matriculated students). Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) graduate students take courses for professional development, for personal enrichment, or for future application to a degree program. However, at the time of initial registration, new students must provide proof of graduation, a final transcript or diploma, from a baccalaureate degree program at an accredited college or university.

As a general rule, non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) graduate students can take up to three graduate courses (a maximum of 9 s.h.) before they are formally admitted into an academic program, although some graduate departments do not authorize the enrollment of Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) students.

Getting Information on a Program of Choice

There are a number of ways that prospective graduate students can learn about programs and courses available at Temple University Ambler.

Key Contacts 
Visit the Landscape Architecture and Horticulture programs page for important contact information. For other Temple University graduate programs, refer to the Bulletin for specific information and contact persons within the program of choice. The staff at the Ambler Campus, 267-468-8500, is also available to provide assisstance.

Registering for Classes
Registration services for Ambler graduate courses is available through the Ambler Campus offices of Academic Advising and Academic Services/Registration.

Note: Continuing Temple students can register online through the Self Service Banner at Tuportal, the Temple University Online Registration System.)

Applying for Graduate Admission
If you are ready to apply for admission, go here for instructions.

Additional Resources

Search the Temple University Schedule of Courses to learn about all Temple offerings.

See the Degree Program Chart for a listing of the programs that can be completed at Temple.