Program Statistics

Bay Shore Campus

Class YearLicensure exam pass rateGraduation rateEmployment rate
2016 100% 100% 100%
2017 100% 96.9% 100%
2018 90.9% 96.9% 100%
2019 100% 94.3% Data available after 8/20

The 2-year graduation rate weighted average for years 2018-2019 is 95.5%.
The 2-year NPTE pass rate average for years 2018-2019 is 95.4%.
The 2-year NPTE first time pass rate for years 2018-2019 is 89.2%
Employment rate represents the percentage of graduates who were employed as physical therapists within one year of graduation, based on available data.

Manhattan Campus

Class YearLicensure exam pass rateGraduation rateEmployment rate
2016 100% 97% 100%
2017 100% 100% 100%
2018 97.2% 97.2% 100%
2019 96.7% 90.9% Data available after 8/20

The 2-year graduation rate weighted average for years 2018-2019 is 94.2%.
The 2-year NPTE pass rate average for years 2018-2019 is 97%.
The 2-year NPTE first time pass rate for years 2018-2019 is 92.4%.
Employment rate represents the percentage of graduates who were employed as physical therapists within one year of graduation, based on available data.

State Licensure

Touro’s DPT program is a CAPTE accredited DPT program and meets the educational requirements to sit for a licensure exam in all 50 states. Accordingly, graduates of the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program are eligible to sit for the National Licensing Examination, offered by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy (FSBPT). Graduates can then apply for physical therapy licensure, which is required to practice physical therapy in any state. Acceptance into the DPT Program is not a guarantee of licensure. Graduates must meet the requirements and standards of accrediting organizations or state licensing bodies.

DPT students