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We train behavior analysts who work with individuals diagnosed with autism, autism spectrum, or related disorders.
MS or Advanced Certificate
Our unique Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology program, with a health emphasis, trains you to provide superior evidence-based clinical services and make important scholarly contributions.
The I-O Psychology program prepares you to use social psychology, data, and leadership to help companies succeed.
Our program trains future clinicians to provide effective support for individuals and families, and leads to licensure.
Our BS and RN to BS Nursing programs position you to become a competent (and compassionate) nursing professional.
BS or RN-BS
The OT Program trains you to assist people of all ages in managing their daily activities, including those with disabilities.
BS/MS (Dual Degree)
Our post-professional OTD is an online program for innovative OTs with a master's degree in occupational therapy or a related field.
Our clinically-oriented PT program trains you to deliver caring and competent movement and injury treatment.
BS/DPT (Dual Degree)
Our post-professional program is geared towards licensed PTs who are ready to update their credentials to the doctoral level.
The OPTR program allows PTs to specialize and work with a clinical mentor on orthopedic disorders like carpal tunnel and sports injuries.
32 month PA program in NYC with non-traditional evening and Sunday schedule.
BS/MS (Dual Degree)
28 month BS/MS program in Central Islip & Nassau University Medical Center, with a January or August start.
BS/MS (Dual Degree)
28-month MS program on our Middletown campus, with our medical school.
For graduates of accredited baccalaureate PA programs to update your credentials to an MS.
The SLP Program prepares you to work directly with children and adults who have speech and language disorders.
What Sets Us Apart?
Over 99% Employment
Over 99% of SHS graduates who pass their licensing and certification exams find employment within six months. And with our preparation, nearly all pass.
We partner with over 300 healthcare facilities throughout the New York area where you will complete fieldwork and clinical rotations.
We’re a leading health care institution, without the hefty price tag.
We know the field and research the field. We’ve been in the classroom and schools, and are dedicated to helping you excel there.
Diverse Student Population
Because we’re a small school with a diverse population, we take care to cultivate an environment that honors and accommodates all values and beliefs.
Dec 6December 6, 2023 8:00pm ETHealthy Mind, Body & Spirit: Workshop on Self-Care and Mindfulness
Dec 12December 12, 2023 5:45pm 7:30pm ETDoctor of Physical Therapy In-Person Info Session & Tour (Manhattan Campus)
Dec 17December 17, 2023 9:30am December 18, 2023 6:00pm ETPelvic Floor Level 1 Course
Dec 21December 21, 2023 7:00pm ETClinical Mental Health Counseling Master's Program Virtual Open House
"We are here to teach our students clinically, professionally, ethically."
Logo. Text, The School of Health Sciences at Touro College. Kimberly Perrone, Second Year Student, The Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology.
KIMBERLY PERRONE, STUDENT, MASTER'S IN SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY PROGRAM: I would tell a student that's looking to come to Touro to definitely do it. There's nowhere else you're going to be able to get this experience here-- life-changing experiences that will help you with your future career.
IRENE PERGJIKA, MS, ALUMNA, CLINICAL MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING PROGRAM:
Irene Pergjika, 2017, M.S., Alumni, Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program.
Touro College is a very student-centered environment. It provides you with guidance and support throughout your years here.
Two women sit at a small table looking at a laptop computer. Shanel Singh, Second Year Student, Occupational Therapy Program.
SHANEL SINGH, STUDENT, MASTER'S IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROGRAM: The classes and field experiences at Touro are established in sequence manner, so the students get to apply the theories and interventions that we learn while things are still fresh in our mind.
A man assists a woman walking with crutches and a brace on her leg. Dana Yee, SDPT, Third Year Student, Doctor of Physical Therapy Graduate Program.
DANA YEE, STUDENT, DOCTORATE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM: The faculty is extremely helpful. They're always reachable by email, or whether they're in their office. But they always want you to excel, so they really take the time out of their day to go through more information with you or help you with whatever you need help with.
A medical professional hangs an I.V. bag on a hook. Krisztina Szabo, Second Year Nursing Student, Nursing Graduate Program.
KRISZTINA SZABO, STUDENT, NURSING PROGRAM: Most of them have 30-plus years' experience. They really have the insight, what you should know, and they really prepare you for the real life.
A woman stands behind a podium and computer monitor speaking to an audience. Shira Weiner.
SHIRA WEINER, PH.D., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DOCTORATE OF PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM: So we try to instill in our students that research is important, and that we all have an obligation to contribute to the research base by doing our own innovative research.
A pamphlet for the Occupational Therapy Program. Shifra Leiser, OTD, OTR/L, Assistant Professor, Occupational Therapy Graduate Program.
SHIFRA LEISER, OT.D., ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, MASTER'S IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROGRAM: But in addition to that, we do work very hard to give our students a multitude of clinical experiences in a wide array of settings with diverse populations. So they're not only getting theoretical or foundational knowledge, but the clinical application piece is strong and important to us, as well.
A person points to a Word document on a computer screen. Sean Getty, M.S., OTR/L, Alumni, Adjunct Professor, Occupational Therapy Graduate Program.
SEAN GETTY, MS, OTR/L, ALUMNUS, ADJUNCT PROFESSOR, MASTER'S IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROGRAM: Coming from my prerequisite work at a large institution, and what attracted me to Touro was the small class sizes, while still having the benefit of a much larger university system.
Two women wear scrubs and stethoscopes. Carlos A. Coello, MBBS, Student, Physician Assistant Graduate Program.
CARLOS A. COELLO, MBBS, STUDENT, PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT GRADUATE PROGRAM: The interaction with the instructors is very personal. They can offer us additional help during off hours, and I find that really amazing.
Carlos and three other people sit around a conference table. Steven Blaustein, PhD, CCC-SLP, Associate Professor, The Graduate Program in Speech-Language Pathology.
STEVEN BLAUSTEIN, PH.D., ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, MASTER'S IN SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY PROGRAM: We are here to train students clinically, professionally, ethically, and teach them the breadth and depth of knowledge they need to be successful.
A woman turns dials on a machine. Justine Gjelland, Student, Occupational Therapy Graduate Program.
JUSTINE GJELLAND, STUDENT, MASTER'S IN OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY PROGRAM: They really try to promote outside activities, so it's a good way to learn leadership and advocating for our field.
Students sit in a classroom with the teacher standing at a projection screen. Yocheved Homnick, Second Year Student, Speech-Language Pathology Graduate program.
YOCHEVED HOMNICK, STUDENT, MASTER'S IN SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY PROGRAM: The facilities are just gorgeous. The classrooms are spacious, they're modern, they're comfortable, well-lit, and they're up to date in all of the technology.
Nafali Jaroslawicz, First Year Student, Speech-Language Pathology Graduate Program.
NAFTALI JAROSLAWICZ, STUDENT, MASTER'S IN SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY PROGRAM: I see Touro College as very cognizant of individual cultures and ethnic backgrounds. I feel comfortable that Touro College takes care of whatever my cultural needs may be.
Klarisse Mathis, M.S., P.A.-C, Alumni, Physician Assistant Graduate Program.
KLARISSE MATHIS, MS, PA-C, ALUMNA, PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT GRADUATE PROGRAM: Being in a different type of schooling, it is Jewish-based, but we had a pretty mixed class. So just learning to deal with religion, being with other classmates, learning their cultures and ethnicities and things of that nature, it definitely prepared me going into the real world.
Students in white lab coats sit at tables in a classroom. Shaina Muskat, Second Year Student, Physician Assistant Graduate Program.
SHAINA MUSKAT, STUDENT, PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT GRADUATE PROGRAM: I would tell another student thinking about coming to Touro to look at Touro's product. As a pre-PA student in New York City, I shadowed and worked alongside many Touro Manhattan alumni. I saw firsthand what excellent, top-notch clinicians they were and that made a strong impression on me. I wanted to be like Touro's product, so here I am.
Logo. Text, The School of Health Sciences at Touro College. shs dot touro dot e d u.
Touro University School of Health Sciences Alum Tammy Chaimov Solves Speech Issues with a Holistic Approach
School of Health Sciences Alumnus Rebecca Sklaren Helps Children Overcome Challenges
Standout School of Health Sciences Students and Future Healthcare Practitioners Honored During Commencement Ceremony
Speech Language Pathologist and Touro Alumna Shatima Howard Gives Autistic Students the Help They Need
Rigorous for a reason.
You're taught by active practitioners who combine the best of pedagogy and practice. They bring their clinical experience into the classroom, and know what you need to succeed.
More important than your A+, it is how you apply your book smarts that matters. The degree is not a badge of honor, but a responsibility. Our graduates are known for their compassion and their character, as much as they are for their skills.
State of change.
A relatively young institution, we value adaptability and agility. You’ll learn in an environment that embraces change and invests in innovation, shaping and preparing you to think similarly.
Believe in yourself. We do.
Our small classes and accessible faculty contribute to our supportive environment. From faculty and classmates alike, the overwhelming support, encouragement and confidence will help you reach your goals. You'll find yourself another family at the School of Health Sciences at Touro.
Touro School of Health Sciences #PysD students presented at the #ABCT #conference, (the national psychology conference) in #Seattle!🔬🌟 ➡️ Check out the lineup of our faculty #labs that joined the conference: 1. HEART Lab ❤️ #heartlab 2. Mindful Action Lab 🧠✨ #mindfulaction 3. Communication, Health and Emotion Lab 💬🤗 #communicationhealthemotion
🍂#Fall Meet and Greet organized by our fantastic third year #NursingStudents on #campus! 🍕🥗They had a blast bonding over lunch and scoring some cool Touro #swag. 💙😍
Physician Assistant students (@TouroMiddletownPA) spreading kindness and #holiday cheer by #volunteering at the Beyond the Walls initiative at @GarnetHealth in #Middletown! Together, they worked hard to organize Thanksgiving baskets for local families in need. 🦃 🍂 #GivingBack #CommunityInitiative
➡️ Check out the #ExperientialLearning journey of our #DPT students! Through #geriatric #simulations, they stepped into the shoes of older adults, wearing visual impairment glasses and engaging in daily activities.🚶♂️Witnessing firsthand the challenges and experiences, they developed a deeper understanding and empathy.💙 Kudos to Dr. Verebes for this innovative approach! 🙌 🌟 #TouroDPT #HandsOnLearning