Des Moines Area Community College's Liberal Arts Associate of Arts and Associate of Science degrees provide the flexibility and opportunity to get a solid start on your four-year degree in Dentistry while earning an associate degree.
The field of Dentistry includes a wide range of opportunities for people who are interested in becoming a dentist. DMACC's class sizes are often smaller than those at colleges and universities that offer dental programs, providing a high level of support while building the foundation for your academic and professional career.
* Courses are highly recommended at University of Iowa.
Students will be required to have a GPA of 3.6 cumulative to be considered to the College of Dentistry at University of Iowa.
Students will be required to take the DAT (Dental Admissions Test) as part of their admission into dental school at the end of the sophomore year. As part of the prep rofessional program, DMACC offers the required courses for admission into the University of Iowa dental school. A student must take 8 semester hours of Physics, 16 semester hours in Chemistry and 8 semester hours in Biology.
DMACC Advisor Kris Olds