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Graduation Rates

Touro University California offers professional graduate and doctoral degrees. The doctoral degrees of Osteopathic Medicine and Pharmacy are a four year programs whereas the graduate degree for the Master of Physician Assistant Studies is a three year program.

College of Osteopathic Medicine:

  • Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine - updated 3/31/2015
    • Class of 2011 - 87%
    • Class of 2012 - 96%
    • Class of 2013 - 96%
    • Class of 2014 - 91%
    • Class of 2015 - 96%
  • Master of Medical Health Sciences
    • Class of 2011 - 100%
    • Class of 2012 - 100%
    • Class of 2013 - 100%

College of Pharmacy:

  • Doctor of Pharmacy
    • Class of 2011 - 96%
    • Class of 2012 - 97%
    • Class of 2013 - 98%
    • Class of 2015 - 91%
  • Master of Pharmaceutical Science
    • Class of 2012 - 100%
    • Class of 2013 - 100%

College of Education and Health Sciences:

  • PA/MPH Class of 2011 - 84%
  • PA/MPH Class of 2012 - 96%
  • PA/MPH Class of 2013 - 97%
  • PA/MPH Class of 2015 - 95%
  • Public Health Program Class of 2011 - 91%
  • Public Health Program Class of 2012 - 92%
  • Public Health Program Class of 2013 - 93%

  • Graduate School of Education Class of 2011 - 95%
  • Graduate School of Education Class of 2012 - 97%
  • Graduate School of Education Class of 2013 - 98%
  • Graduate School of Education Class of 2014 - 86%
  • Graduate School of Education Class of 2013 - 79%

  • Graduate School of Nursing Class of 2015 - 88%

More information on graduation rates at Touro University California may be obtained by contacting the office of the Registrar at:

     Touro University California 
     Office of the Registrar 
     1310 Club Drive 
     Vallejo, CA 94592
     Wilderman Hall Rms. 202 & 204

     Tel: 707-638-5984 
     Fax: 707-638-5267 
     Email: tucaregistrar@tu.edu