UIC will not accept a DAT score from five years ago, the oldest DAT that will be considered is one taken on or after 01/01/2014.
Yes, if you choose to re-take the DAT, your updated ADA official score will be reported electronically via AADSAS. This process may take 2-4 weeks. You can also update your AADSAS application indicating the date in which you are scheduled to re-take the DAT.
Upon the successful completion of the program you will be awarded a Doctor of Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) degree.
Yes. Students enrolled in the Doctor of Dental Medicine program are eligible to receive federal financial aid.
Q. Can I apply directly to UIC without submitting an Associated American Dental Schools Application Service (AADSAS) application?
No, UIC requires that all students submit both an AADSAS and a UIC supplemental application.
Yes. All applicants should be working towards or have already earned a US bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
DMD applicants must have completed : a minimum of fourteen semester hours of Chemistry with labs including at least 4 semester hours in Organic Chemistry with lab; at least six semester hours of Physics with labs; at least six semester hours of Biology with lab; 1 course in Biochemistry; at least six semester hours in English. All courses must be a grade of C or better and be taken at an accredited US university or college.
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