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Temple University Ambler Temple University Fort Washington

Spring 2012 Schedule of Classes

Temple University Ambler

580 Meetinghouse Road Ambler, PA 19002

Temple University Fort Washington

401 Commerce Drive Fort Washington, PA 19034

The Temple University course schedule is listed on the Ambler campus Web site at www.ambler.temple.edu - visit "Registration" under "Academic Services." 267-468-8000 www.ambler.temple.edu

Temple University Ambler/Fort Washington

Undergraduate Programs

[email protected] www.ambler.temple.edu Most of Temple University's undergraduate programs can be started at Ambler. Temple University Ambler students may take classes at any Temple campus. The following programs can be completed entirely at Ambler (also see notes below):

During the Day#:

· Associate's Degree: Horticulture · Bachelor's Degrees

Accounting* Business Management Community and Regional Planning* Criminal Justice* Early Childhood/Elementary (Pre-K to 4) Economics (B.A and B.B.A.)* English*/ ** Environmental Studies (B.A.)* History* Horticulture Interdisciplinary/Liberal Arts Landscape Architecture Marketing* Psychology* · Minors (in addition to those listed above with *)

In the Evening/Weekend#:

· Associate's Degree: Horticulture · Bachelor's Degrees

Accounting* Adult & Organizational Development* (formerly, Applied Communication) Business Management Economics (B.A. and B.B.A.)* Human Resource Management Interdisciplinary Liberal Arts Marketing* Nursing - RN to BSN (for RNs only) ***

· Preparation for Professional Programs

Health Information Management Law

· Credit Certificate Programs

Business Basics (for non-degree students) Business Plus (for non-degree students) Horticultural Therapy Landscape Plants Management Career (through Economics) Native Perennial Garden Design People First (for Business students) Political Economy (Certificate of Specialization)

Business

General Business Studies

· Credit Certificate Programs

Business Basics (for non-degree students) Business Plus (for non-degree students) Environmental Sustainability Gerontology Landscape Plants Management Career (through Economics) Native Perennial Garden Design People First (for Business students) Political Economy (Certificate of Specialization) Writing (Liberal Arts/English)

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· Preparation for Professional Programs **

Health Information Mgmt. Law Medicine/Dentistry/Podiatry Occupational Therapy Pharmacy Physical Therapy

Notes: # In some day programs, a few courses may be given in the evening only. In some evening programs, a few courses may be given on weekends. * Also available as a minor ** Majority of the classes for the major/program are available at Ambler. ***All required Nursing classes are online. Note to all students: In many majors, required courses are not offered every semester. In order to complete their program in a timely manner, students (especially transfers) should carefully plan their semester-by-semester course selections in consultation with an Ambler academic advisor.

Graduate Programs

CRP, Landscape Architecture, and Social Work classes meet at Ambler Campus. Classes for the other degree programs are held in the evening & weekend at Temple University Fort Washington Graduate and Professional Education Center (TUFW.) Other graduate courses are also available.

Master's Degrees

Business Administration (Professional M.B.A.) Community and Regional Planning (CRP) (M.S.) Optional concentrations: Sustainable Community Planning Transportation Planning Education (M.S.Ed.) Educational Administration (M.Ed.) Landscape Architecture ((M.L.Arch) ^ Concentration in Landscape Restoration Pharmaceutical Quality Assurance/Regulatory Affairs (M.S.) Pharmaceutics (Non-thesis M.S.) Social Work (M.S.W.) Note: Saturday program.

Certificate Programs continued

Education: Principal's Certification Pharmaceutical QA/RA: Pre-Master's - Basic Pharmaceutical Development (for M.B.A.s) -Drug Development Pre- or Post-Master's - Biopharmaceuticals and Generic Drugs - Clinical Trial Management -Global Pharmacovigiliance: Benefit-Risk -Assessment -GMPs for the 21st Century - Medical Devices Post- Master's -Advanced QA or RA Pharmaceutics Social Work: Play Therapy (post-graduate)

Revised 9-5-11

Certificate Programs

Community & Regional Planning: Sustainable Community Planning Transportation Planning

^ Day classes are required.

Planning for the Spring 2012 Semester

To current students:

It's already time to plan for spring! If you are currently enrolled, register during Continuing Student Priority Registration. The registration procedures, including registration "start dates" are outlined at www.temple.edu/registrar/students/registration/info.asp This site also contains information about schedule planning and payment in addition to sections on course numbering and "Policies and Procedures for Undergraduate Students." Please read over the calendars and procedures before planning your course schedules. Call your advisor with any questions.

To new, readmitted, and visiting students:

Welcome! We're glad you've thought of Temple for your educational needs. Whether you are planning to take individual courses or seek admission into a degree program, this booklet can tell you what courses are offered and how to enroll. The current online Temple University Bulletins (Graduate at www.temple.edu/grad and Undergraduate at www.temple.edu/bulletin) include admission, program, degree requirements, and information on courses. Please feel free to call the Office of Academic Advising and Career Development (or the Fox School of Business and Management Advising Office) with your questions, and/or to make an appointment to discuss your educational goals and plan your schedule. See the Campus Directory on Page 4 for contact information. New, reinstated, re-enrolling, and visiting students register during the "Open Registration" period starting Wednesday, November 9, for Spring. Note: Students newly admitted to start in January will receive information about placement testing, orientation, advising, and registration. If you have never attended Temple and want to enroll in one or more courses, please follow these procedures: 1. Contact the Ambler campus Admissions/Enrollment Services Office at 267-468-8100 or [email protected] temple.edu. 2. Make an advising appointment. (You do not have to wait until the Open Registration period to see an advisor.) Please bring copies of transcripts from college-level institutions previously attended. 3. After you have seen your advisor, take your signed advising form to the Ambler Campus Registration Office in West Hall when Open Registration begins. Note: Your Social Security number is required to register.

Distance Learning Program and Registration

Matriculated students register for online/videoconferencing courses through Self Service Banner. Visiting or non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) students, please call 267-4688200 for information. For up-to-date information on course listings and general information, go to www.temple.edu/distanceandsummer, call 215-204-2712, or e-mail [email protected]

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Table of Contents/Web Resources

Bill Payment: www.temple.edu/bursar/current/billing.htm Bulletin/Course Descriptions Undergraduate: www.temple.edu/bulletin Graduate: www.temple.edu/grad Calendar Spring 2012 Semester: www.temple.edu/registrar/documents/calendars Campus Directory, Ambler and TUFW ...........................Below Core Courses at Ambler/Spring 2012 ................................... 7-9 Education Aborad and Overseas Programs: www.temple.edu/studyabroad General Education Courses at Ambler/Spring 2012 ................ 6 Housing and Dining: www.temple.edu/housing Programs of Study, Ambler and TUFW ................................... 2 Registration Instructions Continuing Student Registration Procedures ..................... 5 New, Re-enrolling/Reinstated, Visiting Students ............... 3 Self Service Banner (SSB) Registration: tuportal.temple.edu Registration Information/Spring 2012: www.temple.edu/registrar/students/registration/info.asp Registration Dates: www.ambler.temple.edu/ac_services/registration.htm Schedule of Classes and Course Availability: www.temple.edu/courses Schedule Revision/Spring 2012: www.temple.edu/registrar/students/registration/info.asp Schedule of Classes/Ambler and TUFW: www.ambler.temple.edu/ac_services/registration.htm Tuition, fees, and other charges: www.temple.edu/bursar TUportal: tuportal.temple.edu Undergraduate University Requirements Core Curriculum and General Education Curriculum: www.temple.edu/vpus/resources/RegResources.htm

Campus Directory

Academic Advising, West Hall 109 ([email protected]) .................................................................................................267-468-8200 Academic Services Cashier/Bursar, West Hall 101 .....................................................................................................................................267-468-8250 Identification Cards (OWLcard), West Hall 102 ..........................................................................................................267-468-8248 Re-enrollment/Reinstatement, West Hall 102 ..............................................................................................................267-468-8248 Registration Office, West Hall 102 ([email protected]).......................................................................................267-468-8248 Admissions/Enrollment Services, West Hall Lobby ([email protected]) ...........................................................................267-468-8100 Bookstore, Bright Hall ............................................................................................................................................................267-468-8460 Bus Service, Bright Hall 101 (www.temple.edu/facilities - "shuttles") ..................................................................................267-468-8425 Business and Management Advising Undergraduate, West Hall 112 .....................................................................................................................................267-468-8350 Graduate, Fort Washington, Room 119 ............................................................................................267-468-8555 or 215-204-7678 Career Development, West Hall 109 (www.ambler.temple.edu/careerdev) ...........................................................................267-468-8212 Center for Sustainable Communities (CSC) ...........................................................................................................................267-468-8312 Community and Regional Planning (undergraduate and graduate) ........................................................................................267-468-8300 Computer Services, Learning Center 106 (ACT - Ambler Campus Technology Center) ......................................................267-468-8323 Criminal Justice, West Hall LL2 .............................................................................................................................................267-468-8280 Diamond Dollars ................................................................................................................................................ diamonddollars.temple.edu Disability Services, West Hall 109 ....................................................................................... 267-468-8200 (voice); 267-468-8262 (TTY) Emergency Procedures/Closing Numbers ........................................................................... www.ambler.temple.edu/about/emg_prep.htm Executive Director (William Parshall, Executive Director) ...................................................................................................267-468-8020 Financial Aid, West Hall 103 ..................................................................................................................................................267-468-8443 Landscape Architecture and Horticulture, Dixon Hall 201 ....................................................................................................267-468-8181 Library.....................................................................................................................................................................................267-468-8644 Non-Credit Courses (Fort Washington) ................................................................................................................................267-468-8500 Parking, West Hall 102 ...........................................................................................................................................................267-468-8248 Pharmaceutical QA/RA Master's Program, Fort Washington .................................................................................................267-468-8560 PIN (Random Access Pin - RAP Code) Information ..............................................................................................................267-468-8248 Registration - For information: www.temple.edu/registrar/students/registration/info.asp Questions: [email protected] Self Service Banner (SSB) for Registration .................................................................................................. Go to tuportal.temple.edu Student Financial Services Cashier/Bursar, West Hall 101 .....................................................................................................................................267-468-8250 Financial Aid, West Hall 103 .......................................................................................................................................267-468-8443 Student Life, Bright Hall 101..................................................................................................................................................267-468-8425 Temple University Fort Washington Graduate and Professional Education Center (TUFW) ................................................267-468-8500 Tuition, fees, and other charges .........................................................................................................................www.temple.edu/bursar Tutoring: General Information ................................................................................................................................................267-468-8200 Tutoring: Writing-Math-Science Center, Learning Center 102 ..............................................................................................267-468-8386 4

Continuing Student Registration

Advising and General Procedures Continuing Student Priority Registration is the period in which all currently enrolled students should register. This registration period is intended to give preference to all continuing students by class level, ensuring that they are able to schedule classes before new students. To register: 1. Determine your priority registration start date: See the Spring Schedule at: www.temple.edu/ registrar/students/registration/info.asp 2. Arrange an advising appointment before your registration start date. Although your advisor's signature is not required for Self Service Banner (SSB) registration (with exceptions as noted below), you are responsible for fulfilling program guidelines/requirements and course prerequisites, so consulting your advisor is very helpful. All matriculated and non-degree seeking students (non-matriculated/continuing studies) should make an appointment though Academic Advising and Career Development, West Hall 109, 267-4688200, EXCEPT as follows: Fox School of Business and Management: Undergraduate: Ambler, West Hall 112, 267-4688350. Graduate: Fort Washington Room 119, 215-204-7678 or 267-468-8555. Community and Regional Planning (CRP) ­ Graduate students: West Hall 203, 267-468-8300. Education (M.S.) ­ 215-204-1197. Educational Administration ­ Graduate students: Call your advisor or 215-204-8063. Master of Landscape Architecture (MLArch) ­ 267-468-8181 or [email protected] Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical QA/RA ­ Fort Washington: 267-468-8560. Social Work ­ Graduate students: MSW: Call your advisor or 215-204-7612. Play Therapy: Call Lynn Notestine: 866-769-1860 All Other Graduate students ­ Call Fort Washington for information: 267-468-8500. Non-degree Graduate students ­ See below. 3. Prepare your roster. Remember to check for course prerequisites and corequisites. If you are an undergraduate student, you can obtain your Degree Audit Report (DARS) from TUportal through Self Service Banner. This report is your personal record of academic progress, semester hours completed, and degree requirements still to be met. When you have reviewed your requirements, you can consult your advisor about course selections. At the same time, you can obtain any forms needed for special course authorizations or approvals. Once you plan your roster, you are ready to register. 4. Determine which registration method (SSB or on-campus registration) you must use. You need advisor approval to register by SSB if: you are a first semester freshman or first semester transfer with fewer than 30 semester hours OR you are a non-degree seeking undergraduate You are eligible for SSB registration if: You are a continuing student and (for undergraduates) your cumulative AND last semester (fall or spring) grade point averages are at least 2.00, and You have no academic or financial holds on your registration. If you are not eligible for SSB registration, you must obtain an advisor's signature and register in person at the Academic Services Office in West Hall. 5. Register. 6. Confirm registration: Secure the reserved classes by paying the balance or the minimum due on the first bill. Failure to confirm classes may result in the cancellation of the registration. Go to www.temple.edu/registrar/students/registration/info.asp for additional information.

Non-degree seeking (non-matriculated) graduate students who are:

· · interested in taking business courses at the graduate level should contact the Fox School of Business Graduate Office at 267-468-8555 or 215-204-7678. planning to apply to a graduate degree program will be advised and registered by the department of interest. Refer to the Graduate Bulletin at www.temple.edu/gradbulletin for specific information and contact persons, or call 267-468-8500. interested in taking classes for personal/professional development register through the Ambler Campus Office of Academic Services, West Hall 107, 267-468-8260, and may petition to take course work in excess of 9 credits for personal/professional enrichment. See www.temple.edu/ grad/forms on the Graduate Bulletin web site. 5

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D=Day E=Evening O=Online Note: See the statement on "Duplicate Credit" on Page 7. Note: See the statement on "Using Alternate Course Work to Satisfy General Education Requirements" below.

GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES AT AMBLER IN SPRING 2012

GENERAL EDUCATION AREA /RCI/ DEPT NO. 0808 0804 0812 0815 0818 0818 0831 0832 0829 0835 0867 0863 0866 0864 0863 0824 0835 0836 0837 0845 0846 0856 0851 0852 0802 TITLE ARTS OF WESTERN WORLD SHAKESPEARE AND MUSIC EXPLORING MUSIC LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY HUMAN SEXUALITY HUMAN SEXUALITY IMMIGRATION & AMER DREAM POLITICS OF IDENTITY HIST SIGNIF RACE IN AMER ETHNICITY & IMM EXP-US WORLD REGIONS & CULTURES RELIGION IN THE WORLD WORLD AFFAIRS WAR AND PEACE RELIGION IN THE WORLD MATHEMATICAL PATTERNS CYBERSPACE & SOC

DISASTERS: GEOL.VS HOLLYWOOD EVOLUTIONS & EXTINCTIONS

S.H. 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 D D D E E D E D E D E D D E E D E D E E D D E E D D D D D E

GEN ED ARTS (GA) ART HISTORY MUSIC STUDIES MUSIC STUDIES GEN ED HUMAN BEHAVIOR (GB) EDUCATION PSYCHOLOGY SOCIOLOGY GEN ED RACE & DIVERSITY (GD) HISTORY POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIOLOGY SOCIOLOGY GEN ED WORLD SOCIETY (GG) ANTHROPOLOGY ASIA ST GEOGRAPHY & URBAN STUDIES HISTORY RELIGION GEN ED QUANTITATIVE REASONING (GQ) MATHEMATICS GEN ED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY (GS) COMPUTER + INFORMATION SCIENCE EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE EARTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGR TECHNOLOGY PHYSICS GEN ED U.S. SOCIETY (GU) LAW S.B.M. GEN ED MOSAIC (GY/GZ) INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE GEN ED ANALYTICAL READING & WRITING (GW) ENGLISH

THE ENVIRONMENT THE UNIVERSE AS WE KNOW IT LAW & AMERICAN SOCIETY MOSAIC I MOSAIC II ANALYTIC READ & WRITING

Note: As of 10-5-11 For update see www.temple.edu/courses. Errors here do not guarantee inappropriate credit.

Using Alternate Course Work to Satisfy General Education Requirements

You must consult an academic advisor for details. Human Behavior (GB) Students pursuing undergraduate degrees in the College of Education may be exempted from the GenEd Human Behavior requirement upon completion of collegiate requirements. You must consult an academic advisor for details. Quantitative Literacy (GQ) Students considering undergraduate degrees with advanced mathematical or statistical requirements may satisfy the GenEd Quantitative Literacy requirement through alternative coursework. You must consult an academic advisor for details. Science & Technology (GS) Students considering undergraduate degrees with scientific, engineering or technical components may satisfy the GenEd Science & Technology requirement through alternative coursework. You must consult an academic advisor for details. World Society (GG) An approved summer or semester study abroad program will satisfy the World Society requirement. You must consult an academic advisor for details. 6

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CORE COURSES OFFERED AT AMBLER IN SPRING 2012

CoreArea (RCI)

Number

RCI

Course Title

S.H.

AMERICAN CULTURE (AC, GU)

EDUC LGLS POLS

ARTS (AR, GA)

1196 0856 1101 0808 0804 0812 0802 1101 1102 0815 1111 0818 1061 0818 0851 0852

AC &WI GU AC GA GA GA GW IN IN GB IN GB IN GB GY GZ

ED SCH & INDIV IN US SOC LAW & AMERICAN SOCIETY AMERICAN POL SYSTEM ARTS OF WESTERN WORLD SHAKESPEARE AND MUSIC EXPLORING MUSIC ANALYTIC READING & WRITING MACROECONOMIC PRINCIPLES MICROECONOMIC PRINCIPLES LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY JOURNALISM & SOCIETY HUMAN SEXUALITY PSYCH AS A SOCIAL SCIENCE HUMAN SEXUALITY MOSAIC: HUMANITIES SEM I MOSAIC: HUMANITIES SEM II

3.00 E 3.00 D E 3.00 E 4.00 D 3.00 D 3.00 D 4.00 D 3.00 E 3.00 E 3.00 D 3.00 D 3.00 D 3.00 E 3.00 E 3.00 D E 3.00 D E

ARTH MUST MUST ENGLISH ECON ECON EDUC JRN PSY PSY SOC IH IH

COMPOSITION (CO, GW) INDIVIDUAL & SOCIETY (IN, GB)

INTELLECTUAL HERITAGE (IA, IB, GY, G

IMPORTANT NOTICE TO ALL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS Special Advisory on GenEd credits Please be advised that students may not earn duplicate credit:

for the courses on the eliminated course list at: www.temple.edu/vpus/documents/EliminatedCoreCourses_Final.pdf

For example, if a student has successfully completed SOC 1376 (R059), s/he cannot earn additional credit for any of the following: AF-AM 0829, ANTHRO 0829, GUS 0829, HISTORY 0829, POL SCI 0829, or SOC 0829.

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or for the same course offered by another department.

For example, if a student has successfully completed SOC 0829, s/he cannot earn additional credit for any of the following: AF-AM 0829, ANTHRO 0829, GUS 0829, HISTORY 0829, or POL SCI 0829. For your chosen classes, check the specific statements in the online undergraduate course descriptions at https://prd-ssb.temple.edu/prod8/bwckctlg.p_disp_dyn_ctlg

Prerequisites and Co-requisites:

The University has the right to cancel the registration of any student who has not satisfied the prerequisites or co-requisites for any course in which the student has enrolled. When in doubt, consult with your advisor. Prerequisites and co-requisites are indicated in the online course descriptions - https:// prd-ssb.temple.edu/prod8/bwckctlg.p_disp_dyn_ctlg 7

CORE COURSES OFFERED AT AMBLER IN SPRING 2012 (Continued)

D=Day E=Evening O=Online Note: See the statement on "Duplicate Credit" on Page 7.

CoreArea (RCI)

Number

RCI

Course Title

S.H.

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (IS, GG)

ANTH ASST GUS HIST HIST REL REL ITAL ITAL SPAN SPAN MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH PSY STAT CJ HIST HIST POLS SOC SOC

0867 0863 0866 0864 1701 0863 1401 1001 1002 1001 1002 0824 1021 1022 0824 1041 1167 1102 4003 0831 2702 0832 0829 0835

GG GG GG GG IS GG IS LA LA LA LA GQ QA QA GQ QB QB QB RS GD RS GD GD GD

WORLD REGIONS & CULTURES RELIGION IN THE WORLD WORLD AFFAIRS WAR & PEACE ANCIENT WORLD TO 1500 RELIGION IN THE WORLD INTRO TO WESTERN RELIGION ITALIAN LANGUAGE I ITALIAN LANGUAGE II BASIC I BASIC II MATHEMATICAL PATTERNS COLLEGE ALGEBRA PRE CALCULUS MATHEMATICAL PATTERNS CALCULUS I FNDS. IN STAT. METHODS CALCULUS FOR BUSINESS URBAN MINORITIES/CRM JUS IMMIGRATION & AMER DREAM IMPER, RACE/EMP MOD HISTORY POLITICS OF IDENTITY HIST SIGNIF RACE IN AMER ETHNICITY & IMM EXP US

3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 4.00 4.00

D E E D D E D D D D D E

FOREIGN LANGUAGE (LA/LB)

QUANTITATIVE REASONING (QA, GQ)

4.00 D E 4.00 E 4.00 E 4.00 D E 4.00 E 3.00 E 3.00 D 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 D D D D E E

QUANTITATIVE REASONING (QB, GQ)

STUDIES IN RACE (RS, GD)

Temple University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all in every aspect of its operations. The University has pledged not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, marital status, or disability. This policy extends to all educational, service, and employment programs of the University. For more information or to review Temple University's Affirmative Action Plan, contact the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Sandra A. Foehl, Affirmative Action Compliance and Investigation, Mitten Hall, Lower Level, 215-204-7303/7335, (TTY) 215-204-6772, (fax) 215-204-8052, or [email protected] Visit www.temple.edu/omca for more information.

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CORE COURSES OFFERED AT AMBLER IN SPRING 2012 (Continued)

D=Day E=Evening O=Online Note: See the statement on "Duplicate Credit" on Page 7.

CoreArea (RCI)

Number

RCI

Course Title

S.H.

SCIENCE LEVEL II (SB, GS)

BIOL BOT CIS CHEM CHEM EES(Geology) EES(Geology) ENVT HORT KINS PHYS ACCT ACCT AOD ARTH BA BA CJ CRP ECED ECON EDUC ENGLISH ENST HIST LARC LARC MKTG PSY PSY REL

As of 10 9 11

1012 2121 0835 1022/24 1032/34 0836 0837 0845 2114 1224 0846 3596 4596 4396 2096 2196 4196 4098 4896 3296 3596 1196 2596 3596 4296 2496 4198 3596 2196 4596 2096

SB SB GS SB SB GS GS GS SB SB SB WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI &AC WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI WI

GENERAL BIOLOGY II PLANT PHYSIOLOGY CYBERSPACE & SOC INTRO TO CHEMISTRY II GENERAL CHEMISTRY II

DISASTERS: GEOL.VS HOLLYWOOD

EVOLUTION & EXTINCTIONS THE ENVIRONMENT SOILS HUMAN ANAT & PHYSIO II THE UNIVERSE AS WE KNOW IT AUDITING SENIOR SEM IN ACCOUNTING FIELD RES: PRACT PROF SET TOPICS IN ART HISTORY BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS GLOBAL BUSINESS POLICIES WRITING SEMINAR:GENDER & CJ SENIOR CRP CAPSTONE SEMR DIFFERENTIATED READING INSTR ENERGY,ECOLOGY + ECONOMY ED SCH & INDIV IN US SOC WRITING FOR BUS & IND ENERGY,ECOLOGY + ECONOMY WRITING SEM. AMER HIST LANDSCAPE TRADITIONS LA DES VI: SPR SR STUDIO CONSUMER & BUYER BEHAV SCIENTIFIC THINKING/PSYC CAPSTONE:FIELDS OF PSYCH DEATH AND DYING

4.00 4.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 6.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 3.00

E D E E D D D D E E E E E E E D D E D D D D E E E E D E D D D D E

WRITING INTENSIVE (WI)

For updates see www.temple.edu/courses. Errors here do not guarantee inappropriate credit.

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ProRanger Philadelphia Program Certificate in National Park Service Management

The ProRanger Philadelphia program is an academic and technical skills training and paid internship program that is cooperatively administered by the National Park Service (NPS) and Temple University. This program is a unique partnership that accepts 12 to 20 students a year into a program that offers: paid summer internships working at national parks throughout the northeast as apprentice rangers; a summer of law enforcement training; special NPS-designed coursework; and, upon graduation, a guaranteed full-time job as a park ranger. Students from a variety of majors and backgrounds are encouraged to apply. While the primary duties of the ProRanger Philadelphia graduate are protecting people and property, ProRanger Philadelphia trainees do not have to be Criminal Justice majors, and students from any academic major or background may apply. More importantly, a ProRanger Philadelphia trainee should have an aptitude for working with people with diverse backgrounds, have an interest in the outdoors, history and the environment, and have a high standard of ethical behavior. The 21 credit Certificate in National Park Service Management can be completed as part of an undergraduate degree ­ courses will apply toward the requirements of most undergraduate majors. For the certificate, in addition to the experiential and internship components that require reflective essays, students will complete other academic courses that explore the mission and functions of the NPS, communications and leadership, and ethics. The certificate program is open to post-baccalaureate students as well as students enrolled in bachelor's degree programs who are part of the ProRanger Philadelphia program. More information about the program can be found at www.temple.edu/bulletin/Academic_programs/university_college/nps/nps_cert.htm or the ProRanger website at www.temple.edu/provost/careercenter/proranger/ProgramRequirements.htm If you have specific questions, please send them to [email protected] or come to the Ambler Campus Office of Academic Advising, 109 West Hall, 267-468-8200.

Career Development Services at Ambler

Don't wait to plan your future! Whether you are a freshman choosing a major for the first time or a senior seeking employment, Career Development Services can help! We provide a full range of resources and expertise to assist you in identifying, planning, and setting your career path in motion.

Our Services include:

Career Library Career Coaching Career Fair Information Externship Opportunities Resumé Critiques Job Postings

For more information or to set up an appointment, contact Academic Advising and Career Development at 267-468-8200, visit West Hall Room 109, e-mail the Career Coach at [email protected] temple edu, or visit the Career Development Web site at www.ambler.temple.edu/careerdev.

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Interested in the Environment? Interested in learning how you can positively impact the world around you? Interested in helping others through your knowledge of plants?

Consider credit undergraduate certificates or a minor from the School of Environmental Design!

These are available to undergraduate degree students to complete as part of their studies. The certificates are also available to non-degree (non-matriculated) students. Consult your academic advisor about how the required classes fit into your academic plan. Requirements: www.temple.edu/ bulletin/Academic_programs/schools_colleges/ambler/intro/generalinfo/ambler_generalinfo.shtm.

Environmental Sustainability Certificate (15-16 s.h.)

The Certificate in Environmental Sustainability provides students with the basic knowledge needed to evaluate environmental problems and to draw ecologically and economically sound connections between environmental needs, policy issues, and current research.

Horticultural Therapy Certificate (14-15 s.h.)

Horticulture and plants have many therapeutic benefits. Horticultural Therapy uses plants, horticultural activities, and the natural world to improve people's social, educational, psychological, and physical adjustments, thereby improving their body, mind, and spirit. The certificate sequence is accredited by the American Horticultural Therapy Association (AHTA) to meet the horticultural therapy course content required for registration as a Horticultural Therapist. See www.ahta.org for information on additional certification requirements.

Landscape Plants Certificate (14 s.h.)

This credit certificate provides a brief introduction to all areas of horticulture, plus an intensive learning experience in both woody and herbaceous landscape plants. Learning the names and usage of plants provides a deeper understanding and enriches the experience for anyone interested in gardening and landscaping.

Native Perennial Garden Design Certificate (14 s.h.)

This credit certificate emphasizes garden design using native perennials. Students learn plant identification, basic drawing and design skills, and how to apply these skills in the native perennial design class. The Landscape Arboretum of Temple University Ambler provides a living laboratory and can offer students excellent hands-on learning experiences.

Community and Regional Planning Minor (18 s.h.)

Students undertake formal studies about public planning, preparing themselves for contributions as informed citizens, civically engaged professionals, or ultimately as professional planners. The minor provides students with the background and with stronger credentials to apply for graduate level work in planning. For more information, contact the Ambler Campus Academic Advising and Career Development office, West Hall Room 109, at: 267-468-8200.

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