You will find private practice, teaching or research opportunities when you graduate from the Dentistry Program.
Two years of appropriate University Transfer Science at GPRC will allow you to apply to the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, but space is limited. To be eligible to apply for admission, you will need to complete two full years of study and maintain a competitive GPA. In addition, as admission to the Dentistry program is highly competitive, you are advised to design your program to lead to a Bachelor of Science degree. For further information, consult an advisor in Student Services.
The minimum requirement for admission is satisfactory completion of 60 credits of university work, of which 30 credits must be completed during one year.
The pre-professional requirements to be included in the 60 credits are:
- Organic Chemistry (6 credits)
- General Chemistry (6 credits)
- Physics (6 credits)
- Biology (6 credits)
- Junior English (6 credits)
- Statistics (3 credits)
- Introductory Biochemistry (3 credits)