After being offered for nearly 30 years at Temple University’s Center City campus, most non-credit courses will no longer be available at the campus after the Fall 2010 semester, reports temple-news.com. William Parshall, the executive director of TUCC and the Ambler campuses blame low enrollment “principally due to the economy.”

    That will mean the end of as many as 90 classes, including personal enrichment courses from the university’s Institute for Continuing Studies and career development seminars and professional certificate programs from the Business Agenda.

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