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Dentistry

3-4 Dental Program (D.M.D.) with Case Western Reserve University

Students in this program spend three years at Westminster, followed by four years at Case Western Reserve University. After students have successfully completed 128 semester hours, they receive a B.S. degree in biology from Westminster College. After completing all seven years of the program, they receive a D.M.D. from Case Western Reserve University.

Interested students must apply to and interview with Case Western Reserve University prior to beginning their studies at Westminster College. Additional information on this program is available by contacting the Dr. John Robertson, chair of the Medical Professions Advisory Committee.

The following courses are required for the 3-4 Dental Program:

BIO 201 Cell Biology and Genetics
BIO 202 Evolution, Form and Function
BIO 203 Biodiversity and Ecology
BIO 206 Biostatistics and Experimental Design
BIO 301 Microbiology
BIO 303 Molecular Genetics and Heredity
BIO 335 Anatomy and Physiology I
BIO 336 Anatomy and Physiology II
CHE 117 Principles of Chemistry
CHE 180 Inorganic Chemistry
CHE 261 Organic Chemistry I
CHE 262 Organic Chemistry II
CHE 380 Principles of Biochemistry
PHY 141 Foundations of Physics I OR PHY 151 Principles of Physics I
PHY 142 Foundations of Physics II OR PHY 152 Principles of Physics II

Students who are officially accepted into the Case Western portion of the program are exempt from BIO 601 and BIO 602 (Biology Capstone).

 

What can you do with a Dentistry degree?

Imagine yourself a dentist or in the articulation program with Case Western.