Undergraduate Bulletin for 1998-99

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Temple University Continuing Education (TUCE)

Temple University Continuing Education (TUCE) provides a broad administrative framework to present and support a wide range of University offerings not falling within the province of typical undergraduate and graduate degree work on Temple campuses. It acts as an umbrella organization promoting all of the continuing education possibilities available at Temple. It assists all of the schools and colleges in making companies and individuals in the region aware of the multiplicity of opportunities for adults at Temple. In addition to credit programs, TUCE develops and offers a wide range of non-credit programs.

Course offerings of TUCE respond to the differing needs of adults seeking additional education. Some offerings are of common interest to all, such as writing and general computer skills. Others, tailored for those adults who wish to change their work situation, focus on new skill and knowledge development. Course work is also designed for adults who wish to maintain their current work position in a profession that requires re-certification to maintain appropriate licenses. Course offerings also are geared to those adults seeking personal enrichment as their primary goal.

The form of TUCE programming includes full degrees, degree completion programs, credit certificates, non-credit professional certificates and non-credit personal enrichment courses. TUCE presents offerings at the following Temple sites: Ambler, Temple University Center City, Harrisburg and a variety of public and private off-campus sites through the auspices of Extension Services.

Post-Baccalaureate Program in Health Professions
Office of Continuing Education

Main Campus

Post-Baccalaureate Program in Health Professions

William Nathan, Director
Academic Resources Center

This program is designed to help recent college graduates prepare to enter professional schools in medicine and dentistry. The ideal candidate is a recent college graduate with a strong academic record in a filed other than science. This is not a remedial program or a program for those wishing to raise their academic records. The core program consists of four year-long courses:

General Chemistry
Organic Chemistry
General Biology
General Physics

Normal Temple University undergraduate tuition schedules and fees apply. Financial aid loans are available for qualified students. For more information contact the Director.

Office of Continuing Education
Miguel A. Gonzales, Director
Academic Resource Center
Curtis Hall, Rm. 113
13th St. and Montgomery Ave.
(215) 204-2500
FAX: (215) 204-2516
Office Hours (EST)
Mon - Thurs: 8:30 am - 6:30 pm
Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

The Main Campus Office of Continuing Education is the University's central office serving non-matriculated students. Non-matriculated students are those who have not been formally admitted to a degree program. The Office serves a variety of students including adults returning to school for undergraduate or graduate courses; professionals updating their skills; students taking courses to meet admissions requirements into graduate or professional schools; qualified students seeking undergraduate admission; students taking courses for personal enrichment, and visiting students. There is no formal application to enroll as a Continuing Education student.

Services include:

See Policies and Regulations for non-matriculated students for more information.

Temple University Center City (TUCC)
Telephone: (215) 204-TUCC

Temple University Center City (TUCC) brings the educational resources of Temple University to downtown Philadelphia. The concentration of corporate offices, professional firms, and public agencies in the immediate area make it highly convenient for students to continue their education after work. Most graduate and undergraduate courses are offered in the evening or on Saturdays.

Academic Credit Programs

Most of Temple University’s schools and colleges offer courses at TUCC during the academic year. You may take one or a few courses here without formally applying for admission to the University. If you choose to enroll in a degree program, you may complete selected full degrees at TUCC. These include undergraduate degrees in Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, English, History, and Women’s Studies, and graduate degrees in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, General & Strategic Management, History, Human Resource Administration, International Business, Journalism, Law, Liberal Arts, Management Science/Operations Management, Marketing, Real Estate, and Risk Management & Insurance.

Non-Credit Programs

See TUCC campus for more information.

Temple University Ambler (TUA)

Campus Information
Campus and Community Services Division
(215) 283-1201
Website: http://www.temple.edu/ambler/

Temple University's Ambler campus offers extensive undergraduate, graduate, and non-credit offerings available days, evenings, and weekends. Workshops dealing with returning to school, financial aid, women and careers, and graduate and professional school options are offered each semester.

For more information about the workshops, open houses, or to receive catalogs or general information, please call Campus Information at (215) 283-1201. If you wish to be placed on a campus mailing list, Campus Information will assist you as well.

Providing academic advising to students who wish to take courses toward future matriculation (enrolling in a degree program) or for business or personal growth, advisers are available at least two nights a week to meet with students. Call the Office of Academic Advising, (215) 283-1237, for an appointment.

Health Sciences Center (HSC)

The Schools of Medicine (http://www.temple.edu/medschool/), Dentistry (http://www.temple.edu/dentistry/), and Pharmacy (http://www.temple.edu/pharmacy/), and the College of Allied Health Professions (http://www.temple.edu/CAHP/) sponsor continuing education activities for their graduates as well as for graduates of other institutions. Many programs meet the requirements of professional accrediting agencies to take refresher courses or seminars in order to keep abreast of changes in the field.

Health Information Management (215) 707-4811
Nursing (215) 707-4686
Occupational Therapy (215) 707-4813
Physical Therapy (215) 707-4815
School of Pharmacy (215) 707-4959

Temple University Harrisburg Campus (TUHC)

Temple University Harrisburg Center (TUHC) is a satellite of Temple University in Philadelphia, offering graduate programs designated for the adult learner. The Harrisburg Center currently offers graduate degree programs in Adult Education, Educational Administration, Journalism, Liberal Arts, Pharmacy, Psychoeducational Processes, and Social Work. Principal, Superintendent, and Supervisory Certification programs are also available, as well as a non-credit certificate program in Family Therapy and a graduate credit certificate program in Business Studies and Gerontology.

Extension Services
(215) 204-7265
Julie Reich, Acting Director
William Schreiber, M.A., Manager, Off-Campus Credit Programs
Doris Clowney, M.Ed., Assistant Manager
Cassandra Bellew, B.S., Assistant Manager

Extension Services brings a Temple University education, both credit and non-credit courses, to organizations at their sites. The Temple At Work program has a long history of providing high quality creative programming, effective customer services, and enriching experiences such as study skills workshops, faculty office hours, and extra lectures by industry experts. Organizations with credit programs have included the Environmental Protection Agency, Children's Hospital, Rhone-Poulenc Rorer, IBEW, and local school districts. Non-credit programs have included long-term projects with SmithKline Beecham, the Philadelphia Protestant Home, Prudential Insurance, and the YMCA, and short-term projects with MBNA America, the Philadelphia Corporation for the Aging, and the US Army Corps of Engineers. Organizations interested in Temple at Work should contact Extension Services.

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