Learn new skills. Expand you income. Enrich your life.
Take the opportunity to enjoy a non-credit course that will make your life more enjoyable, enhance your productivity or expand your knowledge. Non-credit courses at Temple University Fort Washington provide you with learning opportunities at all phases of your life. Below is a just a sampling of non-credit courses that will be starting soon at the Fort Washington campus.
Learn to Play American Mah Jongg
5 Tues., May 17 to June 14, 7 to 9 PM • $85
Digital Photography I
5 Wed., May 18 to June 15, 7 to 9 PM • $165
(NOTE: Digital Photography has been moved to the Temple University Ambler campus)
A Survey of Pennsylvania Wines
Thurs., June 9, 7 to 9 PM • $65
From Bad to Great Photos with Your Smartphone
2 Sat., June 11 and 18, 10 AM to Noon • $75
View all of the non-credit courses scheduled for the Summer 2016 semester, or download the catalog. To register for non-credit courses, you may also call our office at 267-468-8500 between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Temple University's Office of Non-credit and Continuing Education offer hundreds of non-credit courses each year that stimulate, expand and tickle your mind. For a modest price, you can:
Learn from competent instructors with real-world experience.
Explore new directions in your career or for personal enrichment.
Refresh outdated skills or learn new ones.
Complete a certificate program in more than a dozen topics, from Interior Design to Meeting Planning.
Temple University also offers a variety of online courses and certificate programs with ed2go, Gatlin Education Services, and UGotClass to provide professional development and personal enrichment courses. Now you can achieve your educational goals without leaving your home or office!
Interested in an adult learning program with stimulating classes and teachers? Then learn what the LifeLong Learning Society at Temple University Fort Washington has to offer.
Do you have a dynamic personality, expertise and the ability to teach? If you have a suggestion and are interested in teaching a new course, let us know. Please complete the Non-Credit Course Proposal Form and email it to us at email@example.com or fax it us at 267-468-8506.
For more information contact us at 267-468-8500.