School of Medicine

2018-19 Tuition and Fees: M.D. Program


Direct Expenses


The following tables show the direct expenses that are billed to students attending Baylor College of Medicine. Items marked by an asterisk (*) are billed in full at the start of the academic year. All other charges are divided between Fall and Spring semester billing. Tuition and fees are subject to change.

Students are required to participate in the student health insurance plan offered by the school unless they are covered by a comparable plan and have received approval for a waiver by the Human Resources Office.

 M.D. Program -- Academic Year 2018/19
 First YearSecond YearThird YearFourth Year
Texas Residents Total: Tuition+Fees+Insurance$24,565.75$24,486$24,474$24,421
Non-Resident Total: Tuition+Fees+Insurance$37,665.75$37,586$37,574$37,521
Texas Residents Tuition$16,800$16,800$16,800$16,800
Non-Residents Tuition$29,900$29,900$29,900$29,900
Health Insurance ($440.25/month)$4,842.75$5,283$5,283$5,283
Long Term Disability Insurance*$520$520$520$520
Matriculation Fee*$535   
White Coat Ceremony Fee*$65   
Student Class Fee*$90   
Lab Materials Fee*$131   
Curriculum Resources Fee$850$1,261$1,249$984
Documentation Fee*$100$100$100$100
Educational Resource Center Fee$150$150$150$150
Educational IT Fee$375$265$265$265
Malpractice Insurance$12$12$12$12
Student Activities Fee*$40$40$40$40
Student Services Fee*$10$10$10$10
Yearbook Fee*$45$45$45$45
Graduation Fee*   $212

International students are assessed an annual Visa Fee each fall. F-1 Visa: $75. J-1 Visa: $100.

Medical Research Pathway -- Academic Year 2018/19
 Research Year
Texas Resident Total: Tuition+Fees+Insurance$22,860
Non-Resident Total: Tuition+Fees+Insurance$35,960
Texas Resident Tuition$16,800
Non-Resident Tuition$29,900
Health Insurance ($440.25/month)$5,283
Long-Term Disability Insurance*$520
Malpractice Insurance$12
Yearbook Fee*$45
Student Services Fee*$10
Student Activities Fee*$40
Educational Resource Center Fee$150

The Research Year for the Medical Research Pathway is completed between the second and third years of the medical program.