Eclipsing binary stars with a pulsating component are powerful tools that allow us to probe the stellar interior structure and the evolutionary statuses with a good accuracy. Therefore, in this study, spectroscopic and photometric examinations of an eclipsing binary system V948 Her are presented. The primary component of the system is classified to be a candidate delta Scuti variable in the literature. The fundamental stellar, atmospheric and orbital parameters, and the surface abundance of the star were determined and the pulsation behaviour was investigated in this study. The orbital parameters were derived by the analysis of radial velocity and SuperWASP light curves. The spectral classification was found to be F2V. The initial atmospheric parameters of the primary component were derived by analysis of the spectral energy distribution and hydrogen lines. The final atmospheric parameters and chemical abundances of the primary component were obtained by using the method of spectrum synthesis. As a result, the final atmospheric parameters were determined as T-eff = 7100 +/- 200 K, log g= 4.3 +/- 0.1 cgs and xi = 2.2 +/- 0.2 km s(-1) . The surface abundance was found to be similar to solar. The fundamental stellar parameters of both components were also obtained to be M = 1.722 +/- 0.123, 0.762 +/- 0.020 M-circle dot , R = 1.655 +/- 0.034, 0.689 +/- 0.016 R-circle dot for primary and secondary components, respectively. The pulsation characteristic of the primary component was examined using SuperWASP data and the pulsation period was found to be similar to 0.038 d. The position of the primary pulsating component was also obtained inside the instability strip of delta Sct stars. The primary component of V948 Her was defined to be a delta Sct variable.