A course of didactic
and clinical study leading to a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. For
detailed information about the College of Dental Medicine, go to the Bulletin
(academic catalog) site at http://www.musc.edu//bulletin/dental/index.html
or the Dental Medicine homepage at http://www2.musc.edu/dentistry/dental.html.
Dental Admission Test
scores less than five years old (US Version) are required for admission
into the first-year class. Official transcripts from all schools attended
are also required. Preference is given to applicants who have completed
four years of college work and have earned a baccalaureate degree. In
rare circumstances a minimum of three years of exemplary college work
(90 semester hours) to include exceptional science GPA and DAT scores
may be considered..
Applicants must complete
the AADSAS application and the
MUSC Supplemental Application before application materials will be reviewed
and the applicant will be considered for an interview. For detailed information
about admissions and the application process, please go to the Dental
Medicine admissions webpage at http://www2.musc.edu/dentistry/admissions_info.html.
If you are interested in applying to the Dental Medicine Scientist Training
Program (DMD/PhD), click here http://www.musc.edu/es/application/dmdphd/dmstp.shtml.
proceed to the next step in the online application you may review
filing fees here and then choose a term below:
You must create a CollegeNet account before you apply.
| Summer 2013
|| Full Time
|| July 1, 2012 - Jan 15, 2013
| Summer 2014
|| Full Time
|| July 1, 2013 - Jan 15, 2014
|| not yet