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What bachelors degree is right for me going into Dentistry? Is this college degree right for me?

I got accepted into Grand Canyon University to get my Bachelor of Science in Health Science in Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care.

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Patrick Johnson

Any degree can work, you just need to make sure you are taking the pre-requisite classes like Biology, Physics, Chemistry (organic and inorganic), etc. Look at the website for whatever dental school you are interested in and they should have a list of required classes you must take.

For example, here are the requirements for my school http://www.dent.umich.edu/admissions/dds/prerequisites-and-requirements-admission

Answered 10 months ago

Patrick Johnson



Well, Bachelor of Science program prepares health care professionals to meet complex demands and may open doors to professional opportunities, particularly for those seeking middle-management and supervisory positions. The allied health professions are distinct from dentistry, optometry, medicine and nursing and encompass a great range of career opportunities, including the following roles: dietitian/nutritionist, EMT, health care administrator, medical assistant, medical transcription, respiratory therapist and physical therapist.
I hope this helps.


Answered 1 year ago