Established in 1977, Texas A&M College of Medicine has evolved into a dynamic, student-centered institution focused on the future of medicine.

Our Degrees

Dual Degrees

  • MD/PhD
  • MD Plus
    • MD Plus Master of Business Administration (MBA)
    • MD Plus Master of Public Health (MPH)
    • MD Plus Master of Science (MS)
    • MD Plus Master of Science in Education for Healthcare Professionals (MS)

Your Degree, Your Plan

Students have the flexibility to select areas of specialization to customize a program to fit their individual needs and aspirations.

Texas A&M College of Medicine implements a fully-integrated curriculum providing students with a pre-clerkship curriculum of 18 months.

MD students begin their pre-clerkship training at the Bryan-College Station campus for their first year and then transition to their campus designations for the remaining three years. Students have several options for study across five campuses —each has a distinct environment and offerings for education and lifestyle.

The college provides clinical training through affiliated medical facilities in Bryan-College Station, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Houston, Round Rock and Temple.

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Why Texas A&M Medicine?

  • Ranked first nationally for most affordable medical school according to U.S. News & World Report
  • Participant in The National Residency Matching Program (NRMP)
  • Ninety percent of students receive financial assistance
  • Twenty-four state-of-the-art academic, clinical and research facilities or affiliates across six cities in Texas
  • Students graduate with 25 percent less debt than the national average for public medical schools
  • Students graduate with 46 percent less debt than the national average for private medical schools
  • Pioneers in the holistic interview process for Texas
  • Diverse student body and inclusive, friendly community

Student Community

Ethnic Diversity

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23.3 % Under-represented Minority


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44.7 % Female

University Distribution

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24 % Non-Texas University Graduates

  2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 5-yr. Average
MCAT Average 29 30 30 30/509 31/509 30/509
GPA Average 3.67 3.66 3.72 3.69 3.69 3.69