Baylor College Of Medicine

Baylor College Of Medicine

Baylor College of Medicine, popularly referred to as BCM, was established in 1900 as the University of Dallas Medical Department, and became a part of Baylor University in Waco in 1903. Following this alliance, the college was christened Baylor University College of Medicine. However, in 1969 it separated from Baylor University to become an independent institution known as the Baylor College of Medicine. The 1,000 acre BCM campus is located in Houston, Texas, within the Texas Medical Centre.

Baylor College of Medicine is well-known for its programs in science and medicine. According to the U.S News and World Report, the college ranks 17th among the top medical schools of Texas, and is also regarded as one of the best medical institutions of the greater Southwest. The academic divisions of the college are:

  • Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
  • Medical School
  • School of Allied Health

The students of Baylor College of Medicine can take advantage of various financial aid programs. Apart from Federal grants and loans, a number of other work-study programs and scholarships are also available.

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Structural Biology
Biochemistry And Molecular Biology
Developmental Biology And Embryology
Cell/Cellular And Molecular Biology
Animal Physiology
Molecular Genetics
Molecular Physiology
Cardiovascular Science
Computational Biology
Molecular Medicine
Biological And Biomedical Sciences, Other
Biological And Physical Sciences
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Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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