Program Overview

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Pre-Dentistry


Biological and Health Sciences Division, Room B213, (847) 543-2042

www.clcillinois.edu/programs/dnt
Degree: Associate in Arts
Plan 13AB-DNT

The following courses are recommended for students who have not decided upon a specific four-year college or university. Once a transfer school is selected, students are strongly encouraged to meet with an Academic Success Advisor to determine courses at CLC which will also meet the transfer requirements. To complete any transfer degree, students should follow the college requirements for associate degrees that transfer.

All course prerequisites must be met. Additionally, students are required to select one course from the International/Multicultural (I/M) list to meet graduation requirements. A grade of C or better is required for all English course requirements.


First Semester

12-13 Credits

CoURSE

Title

Hours

course ^

College Success Seminar

[2]

course*

General Chemistry I

5

course

English Composition I

3

course

Calculus and Analytic Geometry I or

course

Business Statistics

4-5

Second Semester

15 Credits

CoURSE

Title

Hours

course

English Composition II

3

course*

General Chemistry II

5

course*

General Biology I

4

Humanities Elective

3

Third Semester

17 Credits

CoURSE

Title

Hours

course

Cultural Anthropology or

other Social and Behavioral Science Elective

3

course*

General Biology II

4

course*

Organic Chemistry I

5

course*

General Physics I

5

Fourth Semester

16 Credits

CoURSE

Title

Hours

course

Introduction to Ethics or

other Humanities Elective

3

course

Fundamentals of Speech

3

course

Introduction to Sociology or

other Social and Behavioral Science Elective

3

course

Introduction to Psychology or

other Social and Behavioral Science Elective

3

Fine Arts Elective

3

General Elective

1

^ The credit for CLC 120, College Success Seminar, is an institutional requirement for graduation. It is not part of the program requirements but must be completed with a D or better.

*  Some transfer institutions may accept sequential courses (I and II) only if both courses are taken. Check with your transfer institution regarding the need to also take CHM 223 and PHY 122.

Note: This plan includes recommendations for students who plan to major in this subject at a four year school. Students who follow this plan will meet the requirements of a general transfer degree (A.A. or A.S). The CLC degree earned will be a general transfer degree, not a degree in this specific area of study.

For more information on recommended courses or program specific advising, contact Mary Jacobs or Cynthia Trombino or the Biological and Health Sciences Division at (847) 543-2042.