Transform the future of healthcare with us
Our graduate certificate in Healthcare Cybersecurity and our master’s degree in Data Analytics with a focus on healthcare prepare you to use technology to improve the industry for patients and practitioners alike. Our master's in nursing with a Family Nurse Practitioner focus blends evidence-based strategies, organizational theory and the latest technologies and best practices.
Family Nurse Practitioner
As a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), you'll build long-term connections with patients across the lifespan, have greater independence and flexibility, and the opportunity to open your own practice. Most coursework is online, with three in-person clinical intensives. Learn more about our master's in nursing program, with a family nurse practitioner emphasis.
Help protect critical healthcare infrastructure. After just one year of online classes, you’ll be ready to begin — or advance in — an exciting healthcare cybersecurity career. Apply today and gain real-world skills you'll use to combat cybersecurity threats and challenges.
Understanding healthcare data results in better patient outcomes, more efficient medical practices, and even research breakthroughs. Apply today for our 10-course online master’s program!
Physician assistants are needed in the medical community right now. Our traditional, full-time PA program will give you the medical knowledge and extensive clinical experiences you need to work directly with physicians. At Touro, we're known for our high-quality PA programs, and we're ready to graduate exceptional, well-prepared medical professionals here in Illinois.
Touro Deans, Donors, Local Community Leaders Gather to Dedicate Touro University Illinois Campus
We’re training a new kind of healthcare hero, who protects the privacy of medical records, combats cyber-based fraud, enables secure telemedicine, and secures advanced medical devices.
Professor Joe Giordano, Cybersecurity Program Director
By the Numbers
41 million patient records were breached in 2019, triple the number reported in 2018.
The number one challenge to implementing predictive analytics is lack of skilled employees.
One of the fastest growing occupations is nurse practitioner, with a growth estimate of 28%.