Student Achievement

A principal focus of LSUHSC-Shreveport’s mission is to educate future physicians, basic scientists, and allied health professionals based on state-of-the-art curricula, methods, and facilities, preparing learners for careers in health care service, teaching or research.  The standard measures of student achievement that are most relevant to the institution’s mission and strategic goals include performance on professional licensing and certification examinations, NRMP match rate, job placement rates, graduation rates, and time to completion.

National Examination, Certification and Licensure

Residency Match - School of Medicine

Doctor of Medicine, MD 

2015

2016

2017

2018

2019

# of LSUHSC-S SOM Seniors in NRMP

106

112

109

113

109

# of LSUHSC-S SOM Seniors in NRMP that matched PGY1 in initial match

99

104

103

109

96

% of LSUHSC-S SOM Seniors in NRMP that matched PGY1 in initial match

93.4%

92.9%

94.5%

96.5%

88.1%

Aspirational Target (% of Seniors of U.S. Allopathic Medical Schools in NRMP that matched PGY1 in initial match)

93.9%

93.8%

94.3%

94.3%

93.9%

Minimum Acceptable Target

90.0%

90.0%

90.0%

90.0%

90.0%

Status

Met

Met

Met

Met

Not Met

# of LSUHSC-S SOM Seniors attempting to match

115

114

114

120

117

# of LSUHSC-S SOM Seniors that matched PGY1 (including initial match, SOAP, and matches outside NRMP)

114

111

113

118

116

% of LSUHSC-S SOM Seniors that matched PGY1 (including initial match, SOAP, and matches outside NRMP)

99.1%

97.4%

99.1%

98.3%

99.1%

Aspirational Target

99.0%

99.0%

99.0%

99.0%

99.0%

Minimum Acceptable Target

95.0%

95.0%

95.0%

95.0%

95.0%

Status

Met

Met

Met

Met

Met

   

Job Placement Rates - School of Allied Health Professions

Graduation Rates (SACSCOC Key Student Completion Indicator)

Time to Degree

SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES

Average Time to PhD in Years

5.6 years

Aspirational Target (National Average Time to PhD in the Life Sciences*)

6.7 years

Minimum Acceptable Target

8 years

Status (Minimum Acceptable Target Met or Not Met)

Met

*National Science Foundation 2015