*Texas A&M College of Dentistry
Texas
Maximum Class Size105
In-State Enrollees95
Out-of-State Enrollees10
4-Yr Total Tuition and Fees
These values come from the 2018-19 Commission on Dental Accreditation report. They include the total tuition and fees to complete the program, DO NOT include cost of living, and may slightly overestimate the program's cost, as some minor costs are optional (student health insurance, laptop, etc.).
$189,744
4-Yr Total Tuition and Fees (in-state)
These values come from the 2018-19 Commission on Dental Accreditation report. They include the total tuition and fees to complete the program, DO NOT include cost of living, and may slightly overestimate the program's cost, as some minor costs are optional (student health insurance, laptop, etc.).
$146,544
Average Accepted Overall GPA3.61
Average Accepted Science GPA3.7
DAT Academic Average22
Crowns Required30
Avg. # Crowns Completed25
RCTs Required4
Avg. # RCTs Completed3
Arches of Dentures Required9
Avg. # Arches Completed8
Required Shadowing Hours100
Anatomy Credits4
Biochemistry Credits3
Biology Credits18
General Chemistry Credits8
English Credits6
Math Credits3
Microbiology Credits3
Organic Chemistry Credits8
Physics Credits8
Physiology Credits3
Psychology CreditsNot required
CASPer RequiredN/A
Canadian AcceptancesN/A
Other International Acceptances6
Accepts Canadian DAT?N/A
Advanced Standing Entrance YearN/A
Advanced Standing StudentsN/A
"Just simply saying you are a graduate from Texas A&M will help you in the long run because they have a reputation of creating good clinicians and dentists."
"Probably the biggest complaint across the board and one that is definitely frustrating is the amount of time you spend waiting on professors to check or sign you off."
"If you don’t want to be a part of this transition or one of the first “guinea pigs” in the upcoming classes, this may not be a good fit for you!"

What are the best things about attending Texas A&M (Baylor) College of Dentistry?

Texas A&M is an extremely well-rounded school. It has a little bit of everything, which is why it has such a great reputation. This is one of the best things about attending Texas A&M College of Dentistry (formerly known as Baylor). The school has a long standing, well-known reputation and has ranked among top dental schools for years now. Every alumnus I have talked to is extremely proud of their alma mater. They will confidently tell you they received one of the best dental educations there is to offer. Most of the dentists around the Dallas area are graduates from Texas A&M. This gives A&M students a huge advantage because of the because the alumni are always happy to let you come shadow or help you find jobs. It has been clear through various events that companies and recruiters also hold a lot of respect for the school. Just simply saying you are a graduate from Texas A&M will help you in the long run because they have a reputation of creating good clinicians and dentists.

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