At Temple, you'll get all the resources and opportunities of an internationally recognized research university, and the individual attention of a small college. In fact, when you look past the studios, technology centers, theaters, and cutting-edge laboratories, you'll see that the average class size is just 27 students. You'll work with professors who invest in your education and challenge you to expand your capabilities. At graduation, you’ll look ahead with confidence, positioned for real-world success.
Learn more about our academic programs and see for yourself what it means to be Temple Made.
We offer 125 undergraduate majors in a wide range of challenging and high-demand fields. No matter what your goals are—graduate school, law, medicine, starting your own business, or entering the professional world—Temple gives you all the tools you need to accomplish them. Learn more about our degree programs.
Schools and campuses
Temple offers degree programs in 12 schools and colleges, plus five professional schools. We have seven campuses and sites in Pennsylvania, international campuses in Rome and Tokyo, and programs in London, China, Korea, Greece, Israel, and more. Explore our schools and campuses.
Online Learning Program
The Online Learning Program provides courses online and via videoconference, offering students more flexibility and enabling professionals to continue their education according to their own schedules. Courses are offered at the undergraduate and graduate levels, and to continuing education students. Learn more about the Online Learning Program.
Academic program highlights
General Education (GenED)
Focuses on making connections locally and globally, and looks at cutting-edge issues from multiple angles.
Offers seminars, academic advising, leadership opportunities, and housing for high-achieving students.
Diamond Research Scholars
Provides the opportunity to engage in a focused, mentored research or creative arts project during the summer and fall.
Health Scholars Program
Offers multiple academic and fast-track options for pre-med students and other future health care leaders.
Graduate with a bachelor of science in a math or science field and the qualifications to earn a middle or high school teaching certificate.
Offers academic and technical skills training and paid internships for students looking to become law enforcement park rangers in the National Park Service.