Dental Assisting Program
The Dental Assisting program offers a challenging career in health care for those who enjoy working directly with people. Students develop skills including chair side procedures, radiology, practice management, patient education, infection control, and laboratory work. Dental Assisting is now online for the theory classes and in the dental lab for the practical hands-on classes.
Why consider becoming a dental assistant?
Work in a dentist's office, clinic, or hospital
You can choose a dental specialty for your career (orthodontics or general dentistry)
You will become familiar with all dental fields
What's the entry level pay for dental assistant jobs?
What types of jobs can I choose?
- Dental Assistant
- Front Office Assistant
- General Support System
- Hygiene Assistant
- Lab Assistant
- Patient Coordinator
- Sales Representative
- Sterilization Technician
What types of companies can I work for?
- Dental clinics
- Dental insurance companies
- Dental laboratories
- Dental offices
- Dental schools
- Dental supply and equipment companies
Qualified Federal Financial Aid Program
Total Contact Hours: 935.00
Total Credit Hours: 42.00
Estimated Program Cost: $5,968.00 + Materials and Books
Estimated Time to Complete: 10-12 months
The estimated costs are for reference only. Exact prices will be assigned during the registration process.
Financial Aid Office: 720-423-4744
Financial Aid Fax: 720-423-4903
Hours: M-W 8am-6pm; TH-F 8am-3pm
Note: Not all programs qualify. Please click on the Cost tab to see if your program qualifies.