The University of Nevada was founded in 1957 and
is located on a 335-acre campus. The university consists of 12 colleges, which offer undergraduate degree
programs. Las Vegas is located in a valley and offers
attractive recreational facilities. The first entering
class began in September 2002.
Information not available.
A minimum of 3 years (90 credit) of undergraduate
studies is required, but a bachelor’s degree is preferred. Also required are the basic predental sciences,
plus 2 semesters of English and 1 in biochemistry.
Recommended courses are: human or comparative
anatomy, physiology, microbiology, histology and
genetics, speech, art, sculpture, and business courses.
Computer proficiency is desirable. Preference will be
given to Nevada residents and students from states
without dental schools. Transfer and advanced standing: Not available.
The school is located on the Shadow Lane campus. It
occupies more than 110,000 square feet of space and is
equipped with more than 165 patient treatment areas.