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Academics


Founded by the Teague Cranston Act, Texas A&M University College of Medicine was created to serve the underserved populations of Texas with the core values of Texas A&M University. Today, we are leading the way for twenty-first century medicine through research, clinical care, medical education, community impact and innovation.

Customized academic opportunities

The College of Medicine offers a wide array of traditional degrees and dual degree programs. The MD degree program enrolls the majority of our students and includes multiple dual degree options to help students find the right educational path for their career goals. Additionally, the Graduate Program in Medical Sciences, leading to a PhD or MS, is administered within the College of Medicine and is granted through the School of Graduate Studies.

Amy Waer, MD
"We love working with students and residents - it’s why we get up in the morning. If you want to make a difference, I believe Texas A&M is the place to make it happen.”

Amy Waer, MD

Vice Dean of Education and Academic Programs

Our priorities

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Rural population health

We’re bringing health care where it’s needed most. Through our keen focus on rural populations and innovative care delivery, we’re eliminating health disparities throughout Texas.

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Military medicine

We honor Texas A&M University’s rich military legacy. Through our unique relationship with the military academies and veteran populations, we’re improving the lives of military members and their families.

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Engineering medicine

We make the impossible, possible—by creating systems and technologies that address health care’s greatest challenges, and bringing together the brightest minds in health care and engineering.

Kenneth Livingston
"The EnMed program helped me choose A&M as my medical school. I had many long conversations with faculty to decide if a combined approach was best, or if I should just pursue medical school. But when I think about twenty or thirty years down the road, the need for doctors who understand engineering topics isn’t going away. ”

Kenneth Livingston

EnMed pilot student

Learn more about Kenneth's EnMed experience

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