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Doctor of Medicine (MD) Program

CAMPUS TRACKS

The Texas A&M College of Medicine currently enrolls 200 students per year, and distributes students across four campus tracks for clerkship training.

All students participate in an 18-month pre-clerkship phase of education before their clerkship training in one of the campus tracks. Students enrolling in the EnMed track (a fully integrated engineering and medical education curriculum) will be at the Houston campus all four years. Students on the Bryan-College Station (BCS) track participate in the AIM program, a longitudinal integrated curriculum, and will be on the BCS campus all four years.

Students on the campus tracks in Dallas and Round Rock will complete the 12 months of the pre-clerkship phase of education in BCS, and then transition to the campus tracks in Dallas or Round Rock to complete the pre-clerkship and clerkship phases of training. Students on the Houston campus track will complete 18 months of the pre-clerkship phase in BCS, then transition to Houston to complete the clerkship phase of training.

MD Tracks
Campus Requirements
Bryan–College Station (BCS) AIM All 4 years of pre-clerkship and clerkship training will be in Bryan-College Station.
BCS & Houston Willowbrook 1.5 years of pre-clerkship training will be in BCS and then students will transition to Houston for 2.5 years of clerkship training.
BCS & Dallas 1 year of pre-clerkship training in BCS and then students will transition to Dallas for their remaining 3 years of pre-clerkship and clerkship training.
BCS & Round Rock 1 year of pre-clerkship training will be in BCS and then students will transition to Round Rock for 3 years of pre-clerkship and clerkship training.
EnMed Track
Campus Requirements
Houston Texas Medical Center All 4 years of pre-clerkship and clerkship training will be in Houston.

A&M INTEGRATED MEDICINE PROGRAM

Students completing all four years in Bryan-College Station will participate in the A&M Integrated Medicine (AIM) program.

Through AIM, students participate in a longitudinal integrated clerkship. They work with physicians in core specialties continuously throughout the year while simultaneously following a panel of patients representing a wide spectrum of medical conditions. AIM reflects the development of enduring relationships with patients and the provision of personalized care.

MD CURRICULUM

MD students will participate in a 1.5-years pre-clerkship curriculum, followed by 2.5 years of clinical training. Highlights include:

  • Shortened pre-clerkship training allowing for clinical exposure prior to taking USMLE Step 1
  • Exposure to clinical electives earlier in the clinical training
  • Synthesis case-based education in the 18-months pre-clerkship training phase
  • A pass/fail/honors grading system
  • Scholarly opportunities through the Medical Scholar Research Pathway Program (MSRPP)

DATES AND DEADLINES

Entering Year  
Application Opens  
Interview Period  
MD Application Deadline  
MD/PhD & EnMed Application Deadline  
Rolling Acceptances Period  
TMDSAS Med Schools Match Day