The agency's National Center for Education Statistics shows the private not-for-profit institution in City conferred 251 doctor's degrees and 23 master's degrees in health professions and related programs.
But the single most popular program was for a doctor's degree in osteopathic medicine/osteopathy. Data shows the school gave out 251 doctor's degrees in osteopathic medicine/osteopathy, followed by 81 master's degrees in general biomedical sciences and 23 master's degrees in bioethics/medical ethics.
The university enrolled 1,190 students for 2017-18, all of whom were enrolled in 1190 programs.
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