The M.D. Program distributes admitted students among five campus tracks:
All admitted students will complete their first year of basic science training on the Bryan-College Station campus and conclude with clinical training at another College of Medicine campus.
The graduate program in Medical Sciences, administered through the Office of Graduate Studies, provides a broad background in basic sciences with focus on applications of this background to medical problems. Students may earn an M.S. or Ph.D. The research emphasis is in the interdisciplinary studies that has six potential research areas: Biochemistry & Structural Biology, Systems & Integrative Biology, Cell & Molecular Biology, Microbial & Molecular Pathogenesis, Neurosciences, and Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics.
The combined M.D./Ph.D. program was designed for provide highly motivated students planning careers in academic medicine. Students complete the M.D. program’s two years of basic medical science (M1 and M2) and two years of clinical science (M3 and M4), but with the Ph.D. portion (three to four years of graduate studies) undertaken after either the completion of the M2 or M3 year, returning to the medical curriculum after the Ph.D. portion is complete.
Admitted students may also choose to pursue additional degrees through our M.D. Plus programs.
Our combined M.D./M.B.A. program provides admitted students the opportunity to earn an Masters of Business Administration from Texas A&M's Mays Business School. Participants in this dual-degree program complete a twelve-week health related business project.
This program combines an M.D. with a Master of Public Health from the HSC School of Public Health (M.P.H.) or a Master of Science (M.S.) in Medical Science or Education of Healthcare Professionals. The second degree is pursued over three or four semesters, along with a research project, thesis, and/or practicum. M.P.H. concentrations are available in environmental health and in health policy and management.