Program of Study
The Pre-Dental Education Seminar at Creighton University is a three-year, five-semester program. PDDS is tiered to build across each semester starting with PDDS 102 in the Spring semester of the freshman year and concluding with PDDS 302 in the Spring semester of the junior year. Any Creighton student interested in dental school is welcome to register for the seminar.
Key Components of the Pre-Dental Education Seminar
In addition to providing information and resources to prepare for an application to dental school, PDDS also encompasses programming and advising to assist students in deciding if this is the best path for them.
Campus Letter of Endorsement
Pending the successful completion of all five semesters of the PDDS program, Creighton University provides a campus letter for students to include in their dental school applications. Students holding the letter give dental schools the confidence to know that they are not only a viable candidate for their dental program but they are also truly prepared for the rigors of dental school.
PDDS students are provided an online tool to track their dental school application materials with the Creighton Online Medical and Professional Application System (COMPAS) Journal. Students build their application materials through all five semesters of PDDS. The COMPAS Journal is modeled after AADSAS, the national application service used by major dental schools in the country.
Mock Interviews and Workshops
Medical school interviews are a critical part of the application process. Through PDDS, students learn interviewing techniques and participate in feedback-driven mock interviews to prepare for their dental school interviews.
Professional Communication Seminar
Often the first contact that dental schools have with a student is the written word. PDDS provides workshops for students to develop their personal statements and resumes for their applications to dental school.
From current dental students to dental school admissions professionals and experts in the field of healthcare, PDDS gives students the chance to hear from and ask questions to a host of individuals that provide insight into the application process or what to expect in and out of dental school.
|Registrar Number||Course Name||Meeting Time||Location|
|2014 Fall Semester|
|73000||PDDS 201||Friday 3:30-5:00 PM||Rigge 120|