My main question is how does dental schools view a Master of Business Administration degree? When I was applying to dental school, I was told that I would not be admitted due do low GPA (3.2 overall/ 3.0 science) and so-so DAT (18/18). I was advised to take post-bac classes because I had let my grades slipped my senior year of college (no excuses). However, I had most of my science classes already from earning my B.S. in Biology. I decided to earn a MBA because dentistry is a business and I wanted to understand that part of field. Now I'm on track to graduate with a 4.0 and I have been accepted into two honors societies due to my dedication and hard work. I am considering retaking my DAT for the third time later this year and I will start shadowing again (I've got 100 hours already under my belt from a couple of years ago). So, back to my original question... how would dental schools view my latest degree? And any recommendations are definitely welcomed!