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Photography for the Mass Media
New Media Interdisciplinary Concentration
Strategic and Organizational Communication
Public Communication
Organizational Leadership
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Theater
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General Theater Studies
Acting Emphasis
Design Emphasis
Minor in Theater

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Advising

SCT Advising Center
9 Annenberg Hall
2020 N. 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122
215-204-5273
http://www.temple.edu/sct/sct-advising2/index.htm

advise@temple.edu

Students in the School of Communications and Theater are advised by professional academic advisors and faculty advisors. New students (up to 30 credits), transfer students in their first semester, interdepartmental majors, undeclared students, and students on academic probation make advising appointments in the Advising Center on the ground floor of Annenberg Hall. All other students are advised by faculty in their respective departments. See the department office for assignment to the appropriate advisor.

Academic advisors attempt to avoid errors when advising students about their program requirements, but schools and colleges cannot assume liability for errors in advising. Therefore, students must assume primary responsibility for knowing the requirements for their degree and for acquiring current information about their academic status.

Most students will be eligible to register for classes on-line via OWLnet. However, all students should meet with an advisor prior to the eligible registration period.

Students preparing to graduate must file the necessary paperwork one semester prior to the graduation date. At that time, an appointment should be made in the Academic Advising Center for a graduation review.

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