The Texas A&M University College of Medicine offers students an excellent medical education experience and research opportunities through collaborative affiliations, combined resources and expertise from private, state and federal health care organizations.
The Texas A&M College of Medicine's unique structure means students have the flexibility for an individualized approach to the medical education experience, all while becoming part of the Aggie Family.
The College of Medicine offers four paths to earning a medical degree:
- Traditional M.D., for students who want to practice medicine
- M.S. or Ph.D. in Medical Sciences, for specialized graduate research
- M.D./Ph.D., for highly-motivated students planning careers in academic medicine
- M.D. Plus, which combines the M.D. degree with other masters programs:
- M.S. in Biomedical Science
- M.S. in Education of Healthcare Professionals
- M.B.A. in conjunction with the Mays Business School
- M.P.H. in conjunction with the School of Public Health
Cutting-edge research programs are currently underway in four main areas:
- Biochemistry, cancer, cardiovascular and integrated biology
- Cellular and molecular biology
- Microbial and molecular pathogenesis
The College of Medicine now has campuses in five locations throughout Texas:
- Bryan-College Station
- Round Rock
Our list of clinical partners across the state of Texas continues to grow, most recently adding Houston Methodist Hospital and the Kelsey Seybold Clinic as clinical training sites. We are now affiliated with the 1st, 3rd, and 10th ranked hospitals in the state of Texas.