Touro University Quick Facts 

Overview

Established: 1997
Senior Provost & CEO: Shelley Berkley, J.D.
Provost & COO: Dr. Marilyn Hopkins, PhD
Number of Students: 1,378
Size of Campus: 44 acres

Colleges

College of Osteopathic Medicine
College of Pharmacy
College of Education and Health Science

Student Profile (2016-2017 Enrollment)

Male: 588 (40.1%)
Female: 855 (58.4%)
Unknown 22 (1.5%)

Race/Ethnicity (2016-2017)

American Indian or Alaska Native .1%
Asian 44.3%
Black or African American 4.7%
Hispanic of any race 2.8%
Native Hawaii or Pacific Islander .8%
Race and Ethnicity Unknown 5.9%
White 34.5%
Two or more races 7.0%

Degrees Awarded (Fall 2015-2016)

College of Osteopathic Medicine

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.): 126
Medical Health Sciences: 16

College of Pharmacy

Doctor of Pharmacy (Pharm D.): 100
Medical Health Sciences (MSMHS)-PS: 15

College of Education and Health Sciences

Graduate School of Education: 56
Public Health Program (MPH): 57
Joint Program (MSPAS/MPH): 41
School of Nursing (MSN) N/A

New Student Admission Statistics for Fall 2016

College of Osteopathic Medicine

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (D.O.)  

Applied: 5,720
Accepted: 362
Enrolled: 135

Master of Science in Medical Health Sciences (MSMHS)

Applied: 272
Accepted: 131
Enrolled: 63

College of Pharmacy (Pharm D.)

Applied: 991
Accepted: 214
Enrolled: 105

Master of Science in Medical Health Sciences - Pharmacy Studies (MSMHS-PS)

Applied: 23
Accepted: 10
Enrolled: 9

College of Education & Health Sciences

Graduate School of Education

Applied: 192
Accepted: 184
Enrolled: 168

 

Public Health Program (MPH)

Applied: 108
Accepted: 82
Enrolled: 41

 

Joint Program(MSPAS/MPH)

Applied: 2,467
Accepted: 94
Enrolled: 44

 

Nursing(MSN)

Applied: 42
Accepted: 40
Enrolled: 36

Accreditation

Touro University California is accredited by the Accrediting Commission on Higher Education for Senior Colleges and Universities, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). Academic programs within the University are accredited by their respective professional organizations.

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