Pre-dentistry – Lloydminster Campus

Because our campus is located between Edmonton and Saskatoon and their respective University of Alberta and University of Saskatchewan, many of our students plan to further their education at these institutions and they are our most popular transfer routes.

The drop downs below show some of the possibilities at  2 universities.

However, we do have transfer agreements with other post-secondary institutions in both provinces and many transfer options exist for other routes. For more information see the Academic Advisor Transfer Credit webpage.

Note: Completion of University Transfer courses doesn't guarantee you admission to degree programs at universities.
  • You must also meet all the admission requirements of the degree-granting institution. This may include appropriate high school courses and averages.
  • Admission is competitive. There may be quotas for number of students admitted to the degree program at the receiving institution.
  • Some receiving institutions specify a minimum grade for transfer credit.
  • If you change a program or receiving institution, be aware that there may not be room in the new program.
University of Alberta View More ∇
The minimum requirement for admission to the Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) program  at the University of Alberta (U of A) is the satisfactory completion of 60 credits of university coursework, of which 30 credits must be taken during one fall/winter period. Course requirements may be met in various patterns in different faculties. Students are urged to take the program that they find most interesting and that still provides the prerequisites.

For more details, contact the U of A directly:
Phone: 780 492 1319
Email: admissions@dentistry.ualberta.ca
Or visit their website at: www.dent.ualberta.ca
University of Saskatchewan View More ∇
Students from other provinces should be aware that the U of S does have a quota for Saskatchewan residents. (Lloydminster, Alberta residents are not considered in the quota for Saskatchewan residents.)

Admission to the College of Dentistry at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) requires at least 60 credits of university-level coursework within two standard academic terms (September to April).

For more details about the program and admission requirements, contact the U of S directly:
Phone: 306 966 5117 or toll-free within Canada at 1 877 363 7275
Email: dentistry.admissions@usask.ca
Or visit their website at: http://www.usask.ca/dentistry
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