Temple University, founded in 1884, is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. With over 28,000 undergraduate students, the university has a variety of research centers and institutes, including the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Institute, the Center for Sustainable Communities, and the Center for Asian Health. Temple University is also home to schools of Business and Management, Law, Medicine, Engineering, and Education. The university's most popular majors are Kinesiology, Psychology, Finance, Accounting, and Radio, Television, and Digital Communications.
While the university does not offer a full degree in Arabic, the school offers a Certificate of Specialization in Arabic, which focuses on acquiring language skills and developing a strong foundation for the effective use of Arabic socially and professionally. The school markets the certificate program to students considering careers in international business, government service, or other professions where foreign language proficiency is important.