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O que eu aprenderei?

The educational goal of the SIU School of Dental Medicine’s D.M.D. program is to prepare our graduates to become the best general practitioners of dentistry in the country. The dental education curriculum requires all students to participate in a four-year course of study that culminates in the awarding of a doctor of dental medicine degree.

The School’s small student body and intimate environment promote an unusually high level of interaction among students and faculty. Historically, students from the SIU School of Dental Medicine achieve exceptionally high first-time pass rates on the National Board Dental Exams. Passing the exams is required for licensure in the United States and is a strong indicator of student preparedness to practice dentistry.

As students approach graduation, the School actively assists them in choosing and pursuing their personal post graduate interests. Each year, a few more than half of the School’s new graduates enter private practice, while 25 percent choose to continue their education in graduate and specialty programs in hospitals and universities throughout the country. Others pursue options including military or public health service, dental research, dental education, and careers in a variety of government agencies.

Program Info

Most student clinical experience is provided in the Main Dental Clinic in Alton. Other facilities in Alton include a comprehensive biomedical library, biomedical and clinical research laboratories, a preclinical laboratory and classrooms. A summer research program is available to students who are interested in gaining research experience.

In addition, experience in diagnosis, treatment planning, surgery, and prosthodontic treatment for implant dentistry are offered in the Advanced Care Wing of the main clinic in Alton. Rotations to the community-based East St. Louis Dental Clinic offer students an extra opportunity to provide dental care to patients in an underserved area.

De qual departamento farei parte?

School of Dental Medicine

Opções de estudo

Período integral (4 anos)

Valores
US$29.998,00 (R$ 169.363) por ano

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Data de início

16 Dezembro 2020, 19 Janeiro 2021

Localização

School of Dental Medicine

2800 College Avenue,

ALTON,

Illinois,

62002, United States

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes do(s)/da Estados Unidos

Applicants must complete the bachelor's degree or master’s degree.

Para estudantes internacionais

The majority of accepted applicants have completed requirements for a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree prior to matriculation at the School of Dental Medicine, the absolute minimum prerequisite for admission to the School of Dental Medicine is successful completion of three academic years – 90 semester or 135 quarter hours – of undergraduate course work.

International English Language Testing Systems - (IELTS) - Score - 6.5

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) - Score - 79

Michigan Test of English Language Proficiency - Score - 64

Pearson Test in English (PTE) - Score - 53

Duolingo - Score – 100

Application Deadlines: Spring Semester (Jan.-May) - November 1; Fall Semester (Aug.-Dec.) - July 1

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