Outcomes

Doctorate of Physical Therapy Majors Kristin Duthie and Gabrielle Durkac, right, evaluate risks in Quinnipiac's model apartment during the annual Falls Prevention Day Thursday, Sept. 24, 2016 at the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences on the university's North Haven Campus. The event is free and open to area senior citizens. (Autumn Driscoll / Quinnipiac University)
,Doctorate of Physical Therapy Majors Kristin Duthie and Gabrielle Durkac, right, evaluate risks in Quinnipiac's model apartment during the annual Falls Prevention Day Thursday, Sept. 24, 2016 at the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences on the university's North Haven Campus. The event is free and open to area senior citizens. (Autumn Driscoll / Quinnipiac University)

Career prep

Physical therapy student Gabrielle Durkac '19, evaluates risks in Quinnipiac's model apartment during the annual Falls Prevention Day.

At the front lines of patient care

Whether securing a position as a health care practitioner at a world-class hospital, working directly with children at an elementary school, conducting research at a renowned think tank, training major league athletes or continuing your studies, our graduates are well prepared to take the next step in their careers.

Graduates become leaders in a wide variety of settings, from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries to medical diagnostics, government and university laboratories.

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Life after Quinnipiac

Rewarding careers await

Not only do our students master the clinical skills they need to be successful, but they develop a lifelong love of learning that serves them well in the rapidly evolving health care world. Our alumni work in numerous industries around the globe, from pharmaceuticals to biotech. They work at top hospitals, medical laboratories and practices, as well as branch out on their own. Career paths post-graduation are many, and they are diverse.

"Quinnipiac has given us the opportunities to discover ourselves in the context of a friendly community. The importance of these opportunities is highlighted by our ability to choose for ourselves and impact others in our surroundings. We learn together and grow together."
Jennifer Mears '16
School of Health Sciences

97.7%


of the Class of 2015 were employed or working toward an advanced degree within six months of graduation