The Master of Science in Dental Science degree offers programs in seven areas of dental science including:
These programs are directed toward providing opportunities for the development of well-trained clinicians competent to provide broad-spectrum care and teachers with a comprehensive background of clinical experience, current basic science knowledge relevant to dentistry, and an understanding of research methodology. The graduate degree requires a thesis based on investigative projects, teaching activity, and clinical experience. Admission to this Program is open only to students who have been accepted into the corresponding Advanced Dental Education Certificate program in the School of Dentistry. Links to each of those Certificate programs are provided below.
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