Thomas Jefferson University

Thomas Jefferson University, located in center city Philadelphia, is an academic medical center dedicated to health sciences education and research. The University and Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals are partners in educating the health professionals of tomorrow, discovering knowledge that will define the future of clinical care and providing excellent clinical and compassionate care for patients in the Philadelphia region.

Jefferson Medical College began educating physicians in 1824. Today, Thomas Jefferson University offers degrees ranging from doctorate to associate, in medicine, basic sciences, health professions, nursing, pharmacy and population health.

Health Professions, Nursing,
Pharmacy & Population Health:

130 S 9th Street, Suite 100
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 503-8890

Medical College:

1015 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
(215) 955-6983

College of Graduate Studies:

Jefferson Alumni Hall M-60
1020 Locust St
Philadelphia PA 19107-6799
(215) 503-4400


MD. Joint programs are available in partnership with other schools: MD/PhD, MD/MPH, MD/MBA.


cell and developmental biology, microbiology, pharmacology, biochemistry and molecular biology, cell and developmental biology, genetics, immunology and microbial pathogenesis, molecular pharmacology and structural biology, neuroscience, tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, infectious disease control and clinical research/trials.


health policy, public health (MPH), healthcare quality and safety, chronic care management, population health sciences, applied health economics and outcomes research. Joint programs are available from TJU and in partnership with other schools: MD/MPH, JD/MPH, MJ/MPH, MSN/MPH.


biotechnology, cytotechnology, medical laboratory sciences, couple and family therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, radiologic sciences, cardiac sonography, computed tomography, general sonography, invasive cardiovascular technology, MRI, medical dosimetry, nuclear medicine, PET/CT, radiation therapy, radiography, vascular sonography, health services management, health services management information systems, medical coding, medical practice management.


BSN, MSN (nurse anesthetist (CRNA), community systems administration, family nurse practitioner, acute care advanced practice nurse, adult advanced practice nurse, oncology advanced practice nurse, pediatric advanced practice nurse, neonatal nurse practitioner, nursing informatics and women’s health nurse practitioner), post-master’s certificates, DNP. Joint programs are available in partnership with Jefferson School of Population Health: MSN/MPH.




Full-Time: 1,115 Part-Time: 2,078


Full-Time: 2,514 Part-Time: 995

Student/Faculty Ratio

Admissions Office

Financial Aid

(215) 955-2867