Student Achievement information is reported annually for students and the general public in accordance with federal regulations and policy from the Higher Learning Commission.
|Doctor of Medicine||N/A||48|
Graduation Rate (Normal Time): Measures the percentage of first-time, degree-seeking students in a cohort who graduated in the normal time it would take to complete the degree, as outlined in the Graduate Student Handbook.
|Degree or Certificate Program||Expected Years to Complete||2017||2018|
|Applied Clinical Informatics Certificate||1||N/A||100%|
|Biomedical Sciences Master Degree||1||100%||50%|
|Doctor of Medicine||4||N/A||89%|
Retention is the percentage of students remaining with their original cohort or class.
|Applied Clinical Informatics Certificate||100%|
|Biomedical Science Master Degree||100%||50%|
|Clinical Informatics Master Degree||100%||100%|
|Medical Engineering Master Degree|
|Doctor of Medicine||98%||97%||98%||97%|
First-Time Board Pass Rate
The United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE) is a three-step examination for medical licensure in the US. These three exams – Step 1, Step 2 Clinical Knowledge (CK), and Step 2 Clinical Skills (CS) – are required for advancement and graduation.
|Degree Program||Pass Rate First-Time Test Taker||National Pass Rate First-Time Test Taker||Exam|
|Doctor of Medicine|
|Class of 2018||98%||96%||USMLE Step 1|
|98%||97%||USMLE Step 2 CK|
|98%||94%||USMLE Step 2 CS**|
|Class of 2019||100%||Pending||USMLE Step 1|
|98%*||Pending||USMLE Step 2 CK|
|100%*||Pending||USMLE Step 2 CS**|
The National Resident Matching Program (NRMP), also called The Match, is a United States-based private non-profit non-governmental organization that utilizes a highly competitive process to place U.S. medical school students into residency training programs located in U.S. teaching hospitals.
|Doctor of Medicine||100%|
|- Primary Care||43%|
To learn more about Match Day and the match rate for the Class of 2018, please visit the Match Day Results webpage.