Dentistry Admission policies of individual dental schools are set forth in

Dentistry admission policies of individual dental

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Dentistry: Admission policies of individual dental schools are set forth in Admission Requirements of United States and Canadian Dental Schools . Book orders should be addressed to: American Dental Education Association 1625 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20036-2212 To order by phone: (202) 667-9433 or on the Web site: In addition to the completion of the General Education program, the following courses would meet the minimum specific course requirements for Illinois dental schools: Chemistry 140, 141; CHE 230, 231; 232-233; 242 or 342. Biological Sciences 196, 197 Physics 108, 109 Most students enter dental school after three or four years of preprofessional studies. The mini- mum requirement for admission to dental schools in the state of Illinois is two years of college, even though most such applicants are unsuccessful. It is therefore advised that students anticipate at least a three-year program with the following timetable: 1. Completion of specific course requirements by the end of the sophomore year. 2. Dental Admission Test taken in April of the sophomore year or by October of the junior year. 3. Dental college application process is begun in the fall of the junior year. Veterinary Medicine: Illinois residents find it exceedingly difficult to gain admission to colleges of veterinary medicine outside the state. Students should therefore direct their attention largely to Academic Services
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55 Academic Services the admission policies of the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. Specific course requirements: 5 semesters of biology with laboratory, including 3 semesters of 200- or 300-level courses; 4 semesters of chem- istry, including organic chemistry and biochem- istry; 2 semesters of physics; 2 semesters of English; 4 semesters of humanities and social sci- ences. One semester of animal science is recom- mended. Some two-year students are accepted, but the majority of successful candidates have 3 or 4 years of preprofessional study. Students are there- fore advised to plan their program for completion of the requirements for admission to veterinary college by the end of the sophomore year. A four- year program leading to a bachelor’s degree should be anticipated in the event that early appli- cation to veterinary college is not successful. Students at Illinois State University with 24 credit hours who demonstrate outstanding acade- mic abilities and a strong interest in veterinary medicine may qualify for the University of Illinois Guaranteed Admissions Program to the College of Veterinary Medicine. For further information con- tact the preprofessional advisor. ENGINEERING Illinois State University Physics Department directs an Engineering program shared with either the University of Illinois College of Engineering or Bradley University department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering. Students begin at Illinois State and transfer to their chosen engineer- ing university after 90 hours. Students receive a B.S. in Engineering from the University of Illinois or Bradley University upon completion of their Engineering requirements. They receive a second
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