As I'm sure most of you know, a small percentage of students enter dental school every year without a bachelor's degree. Most dental schools see this as a perfectly acceptable practice. However, I recently heard that students without bachelor degrees have trouble being accepted for specialization after getting their DDS/DDM. In my last undergraduate semester, I can either take the 4 courses required for a degree (chemical science/worthless), or I can take biochem 2, immunology, vertebrate physiology and some business courses. I just don't want to be put in a precarious situation 4 years from now if I choose to specialize. Suggestions or info?