Open House

Join us on Tuesday, February 6 to learn more about our master’s and graduate certificate programs. The Open House will include faculty-led discussions about program requirements and career outcomes as well as a presentation about financial support, admission requirements, and application deadlines.

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Pollett Walk

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Temple is home to a talented and diverse student community. Ready to turn opportunities into accomplishments?

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Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Ready to advance your career and enhance your specialization in education?
 
Our graduate programs are driven by the most current research and groundbreaking models of teaching, learning, and practice.
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Undergraduate Programs

Undergraduate Programs

On the path to the professional world of teaching, leadership, and service, our undergraduate students become experienced problem-solvers, innovators and creative thinkers.

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Alumni & Friends

Alumni & Friends

The College of Education Alumni Community offers our alumni & friends opportunities to come together and discover ways to contribute to the community.

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U.S. News & World Report Best Graduate Schools of Education

The College of Education was named the 48th Best Graduate School of Education in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report rankings. The College of Education rose from No. 55 to No. 48, two years after it climbed eight spots.

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Latest News

Temple Teacher Residency Supports Veteran Students

Teacher in Classroom

At Temple University, the Temple Teacher Residency (TTR) provides tuition awards and stipends to students in the university’s intensive one-year MEd program, which prepares veterans and others who have STEM undergraduate degrees to become middle school STEM teachers. Although the residency is open to all students with an undergraduate degree in science or math, each of the program’s three cohorts has included one veteran as a result of active recruitment by Temple through Troops to Teachers.

FAST Fund Grants Made Available to Temple Students in Need

Sara Goldrick-Rab
Sara Goldrick-Rab, professor of higher education policy and sociology, raised $133,000 for her Faculty and Student Together Fund, which will be available to students in financial need. The FAST Fund will help students struggling financially by covering the cost of expenses other than tuition, like commuter car payments, textbook fees and housing.
 

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