This information is intended to serve as a guide only and is not a degree program by itself.
Students pursuing Bachelor of Science degrees in Chemistry may be interested in a track leading to careers in dentistry. The following courses with electives totaling over 90 semester hours are designed to meet the requirements for entrance to most schools of dentistry, or other health professions. Since there may be some differences in admission requirements, students are advised to know the requirements of the schools they expect to attend.
*MATH 129 and MATH 130 are required, but profile examination scores may indicate that MATH 121 must be completed as prerequisite to MATH 129.
Electives should include courses in areas such as psychology, sociology, economics, embryology, humanities, comparative anatomy, genetics, biochemistry, and advanced physics. Pre-dentistry students should take ART 231 as one of their electives. Pre-veterinary students are required to take one course in Nutrition (3 semester hours).