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Temple is a public graduate school in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It has a large graduate student body with an enrollment of 10,387 graduate students. Of the 123 graduate programs offered at Temple University, only 1 is offered online or through graduate distance education programs. The most popular graduate school programs at Temple University are Business, Law, and Medicine. 27% of its graduate students are part-time graduate students.
1801 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19122

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I love my Master's program at Temple! The professors are well-versed in the subjects matters and engaging with students, the students are passionate and ready to learn, and the cost is hard to beat in the exponential increases in prices for higher education.
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What I enjoy the most about Temple University are the academics. I am currently enrolled in the masters program for Applied Behavior Analysis. I love every day of it, every assignment, every class, and every professor. I feel that I have grown so much in just the past semester, my first semester. I have never lived in a city before, and I absolutely enjoy being able to explore the city of Philadelphia and the many things there are to do. I love Temple's location and how close it is to downtown Philadelphia. Temple University is a legacy in my family. I was born in Philadelphia and raised in Bensalem, Pennsylvania. This state has always been home for me growing up as a child, and know it is a home for me while growing in my career. I have enjoyed every experience that I have had the opportunity to be a part of in helping me to acquire the right skillset in Helping young children who are diagnosed with autism and other intellectual disabilities.
The program I was in was very limited and we were not given many opportunities to branch out. One professor in our department would say racist/sexist/bigoted things that got brushed off because they were "very old." We were told during a class that the program never rejected anyone, which did not make me feel like a valued member of the department. Part of our program requirements was to take electives from other departments, but many of the departments wouldn't accept us as students because our topic wasn't in alignment with theirs. But I feel like I did get better at my craft and upon graduation, I was able to get a job in my field in the first year. So, my experience at Temple was abysmal, but the results were great.