Texas A&M

Information and Costs!

General Information

Texas A&M is located in Austin Texas at 400 Bizzell St, College Station, the institution was founded in 1871 by the Texas State Legislature. Back in 1871 only white males could go there and had to register for the military, now the school is public with no religious affiliations.

Student Population

Texas A&M is proudly home to 47,093 students, with 51.4% being male and 48.6% being female.

Pictures of Campus

Dorms-White Creek Apartments

The dorm I chose is fairly affordable and close to campus which is always nice, I especially like this because I can be alone considering it can only house one student and I prefer to be alone. This dorm is also very close to the medical science classes, they also have fully furnished rooms with wireless access.

Application Requirements

The Gpa requirement is 3.57, ACT score must be 26 and SAT must be 1734. Applications must be submitted before December 1st, as well as the SAT and ACT. It costs 75 dollars to apply.

Costs

The tuition for instate is 23,960 and out of state is 42,553, the costs of room and board is 10,338. Yes the school offers scholarships for kids with good grades, veterans, and opportunity awards.

What's available?/What I would pick?

The school offers over 1000 clubs and organizations to choose from, you can also join a fraternity or sorority, or even a sport. I would do the Aggies Read organization because they help influence elementary and middle schoolers to read and when I was younger I read like no tomorrow and it has helped me along the way to now.

Health Care Majors Offered

Humanities in Medicine

Medical Physiology

Microbial Pathogenesis and Immunology

Molecular and Cellular Medicine

Neuroscience and Experimental Therapeutics

Residency - Family Medicine

Residency - General Preventive Medicine

Anesthesiology

Emergency Medicine

Family and Community Medicine

Internal Medicine

Obstetrics and Gynecology

Pathology

Pediatrics

Psychiatry and Behavioral Science

Radiology

Surgery

Mine would be Anesthesiology.

There is no secondary application for this program, the requirements are having passed steps 1 and 2 of USMLE and submit three letters of recommendation from faculty. There are on average about only 10 students accepted and only accepted yearly. The program is located on a satellite campus. I would have to do base college classes then go on to the MD/PhD program before applying. MD/PhD is received after graduating, yes and usually residency, 4 normal residency and 2 of anesthesiology.