We’re here to help you take your education to the next level.
Touro University Worldwide strives to ensure everyone has access to a superior education they can pursue at their own pace in the comfort of their own setting. As a nonprofit university, we are committed to developing a passionate, connected learning community that can help students achieve their individual academic goals
We offer affordable options starting at $400/credit for your Associate or Bachelor’s degree. We also offer many financial aid options to help lower the cost even more. Our tuition includes all necessary resources to complete each class so you’ll never be hit with unexpected extra charges. We supply the materials so the only thing you have to budget is your time.
The quality of your education matters at Touro University Worldwide. Several of our programs are top-ranked in the nation, and we are always striving to add more programs to that list. You’ll also have the advantage of being taught by leaders in their industry. You can be confident that your TUW degree will take your career to new heights.
Our rolling enrollment periods allow you the opportunity to start working on your degree sooner rather than later. With 6 different terms, you can find the perfect time to get started on earning your degree.
We don’t think your ability to succeed in higher education should be determined by standardized tests. You do not need to complete the GRE or GMAT to apply for a degree with Touro University Worldwide. As long as you have the determination and dedication to complete coursework, we don’t think there should be any barriers keeping you from reaching your highest potential.
Master of Arts
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
Master of Arts
MARRIAGE AND FAMILY THERAPY
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE
Dr. Godwin Igein earned a PhD in Clinical Psychology and MBA in Business Administration. His eclectic background in psychology and business, including extensive teaching and administration experience constitute a great asset in his work with the students where some of them also have backgrounds in multiple areas of education. He manages both the Associate of Arts in General Studies and the General Education (GE) Studies at Touro University Worldwide.
Dr. Denise Mayo’s career has taken her through an array of fields, from housing and economic development to school counseling, but her love for education and student learning has lead her to become the Director of the Social Work program at TUW. Her extensive experience in the government, non-profit, entrepreneurial and private sectors lends a unique perspective to the program that enriches the student experience.
As a health education specialist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Dr. Cherrie Dowdell provides training and development support to the CDC’s Global Rapid Response Team for local, national and international needs. Her extensive training and teaching experience helps students in the health and human services programs at Touro University Worldwide learn the real-world skills they will need to succeed in their careers.
Radu Munteanu has earned his PhD in Economics from UC San Diego and has actively involved in teaching economics, business and management course as well as publishing in peer reviewed journals. As a Director of the School of Business at TUW, he is continuously involved in shaping the structure of the program and ensuring that students obtain the necessary skills to become highly skilled professionals, able to solve the business challenges of private and non-profit organizations.
Dr. Lyzette Blanco is a faculty and Director of the Edith Neumann School of Health and Human Services. She received a B.A. in Psychology from CSU Dominguez Hills, and an M.P.H with an emphasis in biostatistics and epidemiology from Claremont Graduate University. She earned her Ph.D. from Claremont Graduate University’s School of Community and Global Health Program. She has multidisciplinary epidemiological and applied research experience in childhood obesity, tobacco cessation and childhood trauma. Her primary research interests include the impact of childhood trauma on adult behaviors and race/ethnic disparities across health behaviors. Dr. Blanco attributes much of her success to the mentorship she has received and strives to provide the same to her students. She has been fortunate to work with numerous experts and teams focused on addressing population health using a multidisciplinary approach. As a McNair Scholar, Dr. Blanco strives to provide her students with the best academic experience and provide opportunities to develop and garner success.