Ph.D & D.Sc is available in all the specialties of Medical Science.

College of Dental Science offers a program of study and research leading to the degree of Master of Dental Science. The principal objective is to provide instruction in dental science that will enhance the student’s ability to instruct and undertake research in dental schools. Courses of study are flexible with major emphasis on accomplishment of research. Possibilities for interdisciplinary research are enhanced by cooperative activities with several University departments.

The goal of the Master of Science program of the College of Dental Science is to provide advanced training in research and research methodology to students, primarily those enrolled in one of the College of Dental Medicine postdoctoral programs. All master's degree candidates are required to complete a core curriculum of courses, emphasis tract courses, and a research thesis. Research in this program includes various aspects of advanced biological science / material science / issues related to oral health and disease.

  1. Endodontics
  2. Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology
  3. Oral Surgery and Oral Medicine
  4. Orthodontics
  5. Pediatric Dentistry
  6. Periodontology
  7. Prosthetic Dentistry
  8. Stomatognathic Physiology (Orofacial pain and Jaw Function)


Maxillofacial Prosthetic Rehabilitation

For Maxillofacial Prosthetists, Technologists and Prosthodontists working in a hospital environment or similar practice, to enhance their knowledge of intra and extra oral prosthetic facial rehabilitation and improve their clinical and technical skills. The programme provides opportunities to experience cutting edge digital technology resulting in a higher standard of clinical practice.

This program is suitable for Maxillofacial Prosthetists, Technologists and Prosthodontists who wish to develop their technical skills and would like to develop higher standards of clinical practice.

This innovative program offers seven modules over three years through part time distance and e-learning training to obtain 180 credits at level 7 for an MSc.
The program provides opportunities for students to develop and demonstrate extended knowledge, understanding and advanced skills in the treatment of patients who require prosthetic facial rehabilitation. It covers a broad range of treatments for replacement of missing hard and soft tissues using both traditional and advanced digital technologies.
Through optional modules you will focus your study on prosthodontics, or psychology for maxillofacial prosthetics. The module on the psychological and social support required in facial rehabilitation covers skills in communication, counseling and an appreciation of the psychosocial effects of surgical treatment. The module on oro-facial prosthodontics covers comprehensive diagnosis, treatment planning and management of patients with fixed and removable implants.

Year 1
  1. Maxillofacial and Ocular Prosthetics;
  2. Patient Management;
  3. Research Methods;
  4. Intensive Face-to-Face Course;
  5. Clinical Practice.
Year 2
  1. Applied Science of Maxillofacial and Craniofacial Technology;
  2. Psychological and Social Issues in Head and Neck Cancer OR Oro-Facial rosthodontics;
  3. Clinical Practice;
  4. Intensive Face-to-Face Course.
  5. Report;
  6. Completion of clinical work.
Assessment methods include: essay; case summary; group presentation; reflective summary; report; online tasks; portfolio; dissertation


Offered in response to unprecedented demand for endodontically trained professionals from all around the globe, this unique and comprehensive program is aimed at dentists who would like to enhance their existing abilities while acquiring advanced and up-to-date skills which will enable them to successfully and confidently manage more complex and demanding endodontic cases.

The programme aims to provide the newest evidence based knowledge in endodontology and to enable the participants to successfully integrate endodontic therapy with the other aspects of restorative dentistry and to learn research methodology.

Year 1
  1. Clinical skills
  2. Anatomy of pulpal dentinal complex and periodontium
  3. Research methods.
Year 2
  1. Course Pulpal and periapical inflammation
  2. Diagnostic procedures
  3. Operative procedures.
  4. Endodontic retreatment/Surgery and restoration of endodontically treated teeth
  5. Dissertation.
Assessment methods include: essay; case summary; group presentation; reflective summary; report; online tasks; portfolio; dissertation

Advanced General Dental Practice

Advanced General Dental Practice is for dental practitioners to enhance their clinical and academic skills for professional development, expanding on BDS level knowledge. This programme will also provide great support and guidance for dentists who plan to take FFGDP, MJDF, MFDS, MFD and ORE examinations.

To enable UK and overseas dental practitioners to enhance their clinical skills. To obtain an academic qualification which will be a platform for clinical or academic professional development.

The program aims to provide advanced knowledge of restorative dentistry techniques and improve clinical skills of those in primary dental care settings. There is also a module on practice management and personal development to assist in the setting up and running of a successful practice, including staff management, compliance with regulations and financial issues.
The mode of delivery of Distance Learning, which combines online and face-to-face components, enables dentists to remain in dental practice while training, ensuring no loss of income or work experience and establishes a dental practice using skills learnt on the program. The course has been designed to provide theory, support and discussion groups by online training using a dedicated virtual learning environment, to provide access to content wherever students are in the world.
The Unit of Distance Learning consists of a team of highly experienced administrative and support staff dedicated to providing support to students. Combined with the use of a comprehensive online educational delivery system, this allows students to continually interact with staff and colleagues, to further enhance their learning experience.

Year 1
  1. Primary Dental Care
  2. Practice Management
  3. Attendance at Intensive Face-to-Face Course.
Year 2
  1. Restorative Dentistry
  2. Clinical Practice
  3. Attendance at Intensive Face-to-Face Course.
  4. Report.
Assessment methods include: essay; case summary; group presentation; reflective summary; report; online tasks; portfolio; dissertation

Advanced Aesthetic Dentistry

The Advanced Aesthetic Dentistry Program thoroughly explores the most important topics in dental aesthetics. The program covers scientific documentation, as well as clinical applications, and both biological and practical components are presented at a specialist level.
The program provides dental clinicians with the theoretical background and clinical skills to incorporate aesthetic elements into their daily patient care, with in traditionally sound restorative principles. With the current technological and research advances, esthetic ental restorations meet the requirements of biocompatibility, functions and longevity, contributing to the patient’s overall well-being.

  1. Science and Properties of dental Composites and Ceramics
  2. Interdisciplinary Clinical dental Aesthetics
Assessment methods include: essay; case summary; group presentation; reflective summary; report; online tasks; portfolio; dissertation


Ph.D & D.Sc are available in every specialization of Medical Science/ Dental Science.

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