Doctor of Medicine 4 Year Program

Doctor of Medicine
(4 years)

Our Doctor of Medicine (MD) program is one of the most coveted and in-demand programs for students aspiring to make a career as a doctor.

Program Details

Doctor of Medicine (MD) program at Texila American University – College of Medicine (TAU-COM) is an undergraduate medical program.

The Doctor of Medicine program has the following:

  • Basic Sciences – 2 Years
  • Clinical Sciences – 2 Years

In the first two years, the basic medical sciences are taught in the context of their relevance to patient care. Later in the last two years of the program, clinical teaching builds upon and reinforces this strong scientific foundation.


Admission Process

  • Apply online.
  • Submit all the required documents.
  • Pay the application fees.
  • Initial Screening by the admissions officer for eligibility.
  • Review of application and supporting documents by the admissions committee.
  • Take TMAT (Texila Admissions Test).
  • Attend Multiple Mini Interviews.
  • Final Decision.

Admission Requirements

Applicants to the MD program are expected to have a minimum of 90 college-level credits or equivalent education with the following required courses:

  • One year of Inorganic or General Chemistry (with labs)
  • One year of Organic Chemistry (with labs)
  • One year of General Biology (with labs)
  • One year of Physics (with labs)
  • One year of English
  • Pre-Calculus/Calculus or Statistics

*Students who have successfully completed advanced science courses such as Anatomy & Physiology, Biochemistry, and Genetics will be given preference.


Texila Medical Admission Test (TMAT): TMAT is an MCQ based examination consisting of 200 basic science questions such as Basic concepts of Human Anatomy 25%, Basic Concepts of Physiology 25%, Basic Concepts of Biochemistry 25%, Medical Terminology 10%, Psychology 5%, Fundamental Organic Chemistry 5% and Basic Biology 5%. The required pass percentage for acceptance of the applicant is a 70% score in TMAT. The time duration for TMAT is four hours.

Multiple Mini Interviews (MMI)

MMI interviews consist of five short practical assessments, usually 10 minutes each, which is conducted by the faculty members known as ‘Admission Interviewers’, who are appointed by the Admissions Committee. Applicants will be presented with a scenario before each mini-interview, so the applicant will have sufficient time to prepare an answer. The passing score required to clear MMI is 70%. MMI is conducted to assess the applicants based on the following parameters:

  1. Ethical Decision Making
  2. Critical Thinking
  3. Reasoning
  4. Psychological
  5. Communication Skills

Transfer Applicants

TAU welcomes students from WHO/WDMS recognized institutions as transfer applicants to the MD program. TAU currently does not accept students to the clinical science and transfer applications are ONLY considered to the Basic Science Program.

Transfer credit is not automatic, and applicants must not assume that courses taken at other institutions will meet TAU requirements. Acceptance of transfer credit is subject to verification and approval by the Student Promotions & Graduation Committee and subject to the availability of classes. Each transfer student application is carefully reviewed by the Admissions Committee. Due to great variability in the academic backgrounds of transfer students, the requirements and deadlines set forth by the Committee may differ from student to student.

Admission Documents

  • Completed Online Application
  • Color Copy of Passport + 2 copies of Color Passport Photos
  • Official Transcripts from all institutions attended
  • Personal Statement (One page or 1500 words explaining why you want to become a Physician)
  • Resume or CV
  • 2 Letters of Recommendation (At least one must come from an Academic source)

Technical Standards

The Liaison Committee on Medical Education, an accrediting body for medical education in the US, has defined and described the technical standards which are the necessary physical and mental abilities of all candidates and graduates. The following abilities and characteristics, in addition to academic standards, are requirements for admission, promotion, and graduation for all medicine students.

Students should observe materials presented in the learning environment including audiovisual presentations, written documents, microbiology cultures, microscopic examination of microorganisms, tissues and gross organs in the normal and pathologic state, and diagnostic images. They should also observe patients accurately and completely, both at a distance and directly. This requires functional vision, hearing, and sensation.

Technical requirements

  • Students should be able to observe, demonstrations and participate in experiments in the basic sciences
  • For our Doctor of Medicine program students must be able to analyze, synthesize, extrapolate, solve problems, and reach diagnostic and therapeutic judgments
  • Students should have sufficient use of the senses of vision and hearing and the somatic sensation necessary to perform a physical examination. Students should be able to perform palpation, auscultation, and percussion
  • Students should reasonably be expected to relate to patients and establish sensitive, professional relationships with patients
  • Students should reasonably be expected to learn and perform routine laboratory tests and diagnostic procedures
  • Students should reasonably be expected to communicate the results of the examination to the patient and to his colleagues with accuracy, clarity and efficiency
  • Students should be expected to perform routine invasive procedure as part of training using universal procedures without substantial risk of infection to patients
  • Students must be able to perform with precise, quick and appropriate actions in emergency situations
  • For our Doctor of Medicine program the students must be able to display good judgment in the assessment and treatment of patients
  • Students must possess the perseverance, diligence and consistency to complete the medical school curriculum and enter the independent practice of medicine
  • Students should be able to accept criticism and respond by appropriate modification of behavior


Doctor of Medicine 4 Year Program

FA – Formative Assessments; SA – Summative Assessments; CP – Capstone Project; NBME SHELF Exams; OSPE – Objective Structured Practical Examination; OSCE – Objective Structured Clinical Examination; PE – Preceptor Evaluation; SGD – Small Group Discussions; PBL – Problem Based Learning; CSE – Clinical Skill Evaluation; COE – Community Outreach Evaluations

MD 1
Subject Credit
Gross Anatomy, Embryology and Imaging 10 Credits
Histology and Cell Biology 4 Credits
Biochemistry 8 Credits
Doctor-Patient Relationship – I 4 Credits
Research Methodology – I 2 Credits
MD 2
Subject Credit
Physiology 10 Credits
Neuroscience 5 Credits
Genetics 3 Credits
Behavioral Science 2 Credits
Medical Ethics 2 Credits
Doctor-Patient Relationship – II 4 Credits
Research Methodology – II 2 Credits
MD 3
Subject Credit
Pharmacology – I 6 Credits
Pathology – I 8 Credits
Microbiology  and immunology 8 Credits
Doctor-Patient Relationship – III 4 Credits
MD 4

Subject Credit
Pharmacology – II 6 Credits
Pathology – II 8 Credits
Basic Psychiatry 4 Credits
Doctor-Patient Relationship – IV 4 Credits

Elective Rotations
Radiology, Dermatology, Anaesthesia, Dentistry, Family Medicine, Ophthalmology (EYE), Otorhinolaryngology (ENT), Emergency Care. Allergy and Immunology Neurology, Cardiology Occupational Medicine, Critical Care Medicine Oncology, Dermatology Ophthalmology, Emergency Medicine Orthopedicy, Endocrinology Psychiatry, Family Practice Pulmonology, Gastroenterology Radiology, General Medicine Rehabilitation Medicine, Hematology Rheumatology, Infectious Diseases Surgical subspecialties Nephrology, Urology

Academic Calendar

Activity March Semester September Semester
Semester Orientation March 20,2023 September 25, 2023
Commencement of Classes March 21, 2023 September 26, 2023
White Coat Ceremony March 31, 2023 October 06, 2023
Last Day of Registration March 30, 2023 September 30,2023
Exam – I April 18 – 21,2023 October 24 – 27, 2023
Exam – II (Mid-Semester) May 23 – 31, 2023 November 28 -December 05, 20232
Exam – III July 04 – 07, 2023 January 16 – 19, 2024
Exam – IV (NBME Exam) August 16 – 23, 2023 February 20 – 28, 2024
Last Day of the Semester August 15, 2023 February 14, 2024

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