Dental Hygiene/Community Health

The Faculty of Applied Health Sciences

Dental Hygiene/Community Health

Program Name:
Dental Hygiene / Community Health (Pass)
OUAC Code:
Community Health (Pass) and Dental Hygiene Diploma
Program Description:
  • Do you enjoy interacting with the public?
  • Is health an important issue to you?
  • Can you see yourself in a health-related career where there is more to health than just medicine?
  • Are you interested in oral health and working with clientele in a practical setting?

If the answer is YES, then this is the perfect choice for you; earn two post-secondary credentials in just four years! Students spend two years at an approved Ontario College in the Dental Hygiene diploma program, and return to Brock for two additional years to complete a Community Health (Pass) degree.

Learn the science and art of promoting health, preventing disease, and improving the health of children, teens and adults in your community, your country, and your world and become a Dental Hygienist with the practical skills and knowledge that employers seek.

This four year program allows student to complete a Bachelor of Arts (Pass) Community Health degree at Brock University and a Dental Hygiene diploma. Gaining both the degree and diploma would ordinarily involve attending college after gaining a university degree, but the Brock program combines the two in a single integrated package that can be completed in four years.

**Please note that the Dental Hygiene/ Community Health articulation with Niagara College was recently CANCELLED for 2015 applicants**

Program Coordinator:
If you have any questions about this program, Contact HLSC Advisor
Entrance Requirements:
Required 4U Subjects: English (ENG4U), one of Biology (SBI4U) or Chemistry (SCH4U). 
Strongly recommended subjects: 12M Science (SNC4M) or Exercise Science (PSE4U), one 3U math.
Expected Cut-off:
Mid 70s
Program Plan:
To see the courses required for degree completion and read the full course descriptions - Check our online university/college resource page. 
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Undergraduate studies