Pre-Dentistry and Accelerated Pre-Dentistry

Pre-Dentistry

Dentistry Plus
To succeed as a dentist requires a strong foundation in the sciences and technical aspects of the trade, as well as a generous understanding of social sciences and humanities in addition to excellent communication skills.

Stevens prepares students to become excellent dentists through its pre-dentistry program. The program furnishes graduates with courses to satisfy the admission requirements at accredited U.S. medical and dental schools:

One year of general chemistry with laboratory

  • CH 115 General Chemistry I
  • CH 116 General Chemistry II
  • CH 117 General Chemistry Laboratory I
  • CH 118 General Chemistry Laboratory II

One year of organic chemistry with laboratory

One year of biology with laboratory

  • CH 381 Cell Biology
  • CH 382 Biological Systems

One year of physics with laboratory

  • PEP 112 Electricity and Magnetism
  • PEP 221 Physics Lab I for Scientists
  • PEP 222 Physics Lab II for Scientists

One year of mathematics through calculus

  • MA 115 Calculus I
  • MA 116 Calculus II

One year of English including composition

Further classes are offered to fully prepare students for their studies beyond Stevens: Physiology, Biochemistry, Genetics, Immunology, Physical Chemistry, and Inorganic Chemistry. For more information visit refer to the Stevens Academic Catalog.

Accelerate Your Learning
Exceptionally qualified students may pursue their passion through one of Stevens Accelerated Combined Degree Programs. Students admitted to these programs take three years of courses at Stevens, after which time they transfer to University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) - New Jersey Medical School, and New Jersey Dental School. Stevens confers a Bachelor's degree on a student's successful completion of the first year, and the M.D. or D.M.D. degree is awarded by the professional school at the completion of the program.

Students must meet requirements as set out by the University in order to be admitted to the program. Interested students are invited to visit the department of Chemistry, Chemical Biology & Biomedical Engineering for more information, or admissions to apply today.