Temple University Ambler
Temple University Ambler is a suburban campus of Temple University. The Ambler campus is located 30 minutes outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. While its postal address is in Ambler, Pennsylvania, it is actually in Upper Dublin Township.
(as Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women)
(as part of Temple University)
580 Meetinghouse Road, Ambler, PA 19002,
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It has 2,950 undergraduate and 962 graduate students, with a 3:4 male/female ratio (60% female). The campus is 187 acres (0.76 km2), including the Landscape Arboretum, and includes two residence halls. On campus, there are 30 student organizations. The campus offers 21 bachelor's degree programs—8 majors and 13 minors—as well as one associate degree program.
Bachelor's degree programs
The following 8 bachelor's degrees are offered at the Ambler campus:
- Business Management
- Human Resource Management
- Landscape Architecture
- Liberal Arts-Interdisciplinary Studies
Students can begin more than 100 bachelor's degree programs and take courses at any of Temple's campuses, including affiliated international campuses. A free shuttle bus is available seven days a week to and from the main campus.
Tyler School of Art and Architecture
Ambler College, whose name was changed during the summer of 2009 to the School of Environmental Design and in 2019 to the Tyler School of Art and Architecture, is one of the 14 schools and colleges at Temple University. Based at the Ambler campus, the School features three environmental programs: community and regional planning, horticulture, and landscape architecture. The campus was founded in 1910 as the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women. The School has a focus on environmental sustainability and ecological restoration. The Ambler campus is also the home of the Center for Sustainable Communities.
The Ambler campus is also home to the Temple University Infant Lab, directed by Professors Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Nora Newcombe. The lab researches the development of memory, language, and spatial cognition, as well as how play supports the development of the latter two abilities.