Marquette University Dentistry

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Location

1250 W Wisconsin Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53233
United States of America

Contacts

Website: http://www.marquette.edu/dentistry/index.shtml
Phone: (414) 288-3532 0r 800.445.5385
Admissions e-mail: brian.trecek@marquette.edu

Program Information

Curriculum

  • Doctor of Dental Surgery (D.D.S.)
    • 4 years in length
  • Related degrees are also available:
    • Advanced Education in General Dentistry: For more information, click here
    • Dental Bio materials: For more information, click here
    • Endodontics: For more information, click here
    • Orthodontics: For more information, click here
    • Prosthodontics: For more information, click here
    • Periodontics: For more information, click here

Admission statistics

  • Total number of applicants in 2016: 2316
    • Residency:
      • Residents: 202
      • Non-residents: 2114
    • Gender
      • Female: 1080
      • Male: 1207
      • Unreported: 29
  • Class size in 2016: 100
    • Residency
      • Residents: 50
      • Non-residents: 50
    • Gender
      • Female: 50
      • Male: 50
  • A maximum of 50% of spaces are offered for out-of-province applicants
  • International students are eligible to apply

For more information on the program, click here

Admissions Requirements

Course and Degree Requirements

  • Degree: Minimum 4 years of college study with Bachelor’s degree at an accredited university or college (including 90 semester credit hours)
  • Required Courses
    • Organic Chemistry with lab section (8 credits/semester hours)
    • General Chemistry with lab section (8 credits/semester hours)
    • Physics with lab section (8 credits/semester hours)
    • Biology with lab section (8 credits/semester hours)
    • English (6 credits/semester hours)
    • Biochemistry (3 credits/semester hours)
    • Electives (49 credit hours)

For more information, click here

GPA

  • There is no minimum GPA required for application
  • Applicants in 2016:
    • Average GPA: 3.38
    • Average overall Science GPA: 3.26
  • Enrolled Students in 2016:
    • Average GPA: 3.63
    • Average overall Science GPA: 3.53

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DAT

  • There is no minimum DAT score required for admission
  • Applicants in 2016:
    • Academic Average: 19.27
    • PAT Average: 19.96
  • Enrolled Students in 2016:
    • Academic Average: 20.25
    • PAT Average: 20.53
  • Both Canadian and US DAT are accepted
  • DAT must have been written within 2 years of application

For more information on the previous DAT scores, click here
For more information on the DAT, click here

Supporting Documents

  • Online Associated American Dental Schools Application Service (AADSAS) application form
  • $45 USD application/processing fee
  • Official DAT scores
  • Official university transcripts
  • 3 letters of recommendation:
    • 2 letters from science professors
    • 1 letter from the applicant's choice
    • 1 pre-health committee letter will be accepted in place of three individual letters
  • TOEFL scores (if applicable); minimum scores are as follows:
    • iBT: 80
    • CBT: 213
  • All entering students must provide proof of immunization against Hep B, measles, mumps, and rubella.

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Interview

  • Interviews are conducted primarily in October and November
  • First offers of admissions are made in early December

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Timeline 2017-2018

  • June 2017: Deadline to submit online AADSAS application
  • July 2017 – August 2017: Applications are reviewed
  • September 1, 2017: Deadline to submit all supporting documents
  • September 2017: Fall interview invites sent out
  • October 2017: Non-resident interviews
  • November 2017: Resident interviews
  • December 2017: Offers are made
  • January 2018 - February 2018: Additional interviews and offers made if necessary
  • January 2018 – March 2018 : Class fills
  • August 2018: Classes begin

For more information, click here and here

Tuition 2017-2018

  • In-province/domestic students:
    • First year tuition: $52,000
    • Total first year fees (tuition, books, housing, instruments): $82,258
  • Out-of-province/non-domestic students:
    • First year tuition: $60,660
    • Total first year fees (tuition, books, housing, instruments): $90,918

For more information on tuition, click here
For information on financial aid, click here