Welcome to the School of Environmental Design. Our faculty, staff and students are dedicated to improving the sustainability of Philadelphia, the greater Philadelphia region, and the larger mid-Atlantic region.
The School of Environmental Design is an academic and research unit within the College of Liberal Arts and is located at the Ambler Campus with courses also available on the Main, Center City and Harrisburg campuses.
The School of Environmental Design offers undergraduate degrees, master degrees and a range of minors and certificate programs in Community and Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture and Horticulture.
The Center for Sustainable Communities engages in research to develop and promote new approaches to protect and preserve quality of life through sustainable development.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY AND REGIONAL PLANNING
DEPARTMENT OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND HORTICULTURE
CENTER FOR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES
MINORS AND CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
UNDERGRADUATE INFORMATION SESSIONS
GRADUATE INFORMATION SESSIONS
The School of Environmental Design is a unit within the College of
Liberal Arts and is located at the Temple University Ambler Campus.
News of Note
School of Environmental Design Undergraduate Information Session
Thursday, June 5, 4 p.m., Session Begins at West Hall Lobby
Information or to register: 267-468-8200 or firstname.lastname@example.org or register online.
Transfer Decision Day
Wednesday, June 18, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and 3 to 6 p.m., By Appointment Only
Information or to register: 267-468-8100 or email@example.com.
EarthFest 2014 highlights environmental action, sustaining our communities
Center for Sustainable Communities awarded watershed restoration grant
Landscape Architecture and Horticulture hosts SER Conference
Tamanend’s Track wins major awards at Philadelphia Flower Show
Center for Sustainable Communities awarded $1 million grant
FEMA, Community and Regional Planning program partner for internships
Ambler Campus alums receive national Award of Excellence
CRP alumnus David L. Butcher inducted into Temple's Gallery of Success
Aging in Place study garners state recognition for Temple planning studio