MSc

Overview

The college of Dentistry runs a postgraduate degree (High diploma, MSc). Our courses meet the career development and professional aspirations of our alumni and other dentistry professionals. The program is research-oriented, consisting of didactic courses, a clinical program leading to clinical specialization, original researches carried out under supervision, preparation, and completion of a final thesis. The master qualification is based on a series of 120 credit modules based on the Bologna process, which should be taken full-time over four courses, each with 30 credits. Every student must publish at least one article in reputed journals. For the award of the full master's degree, students will additionally present a research project, which will complete their studies. We have well-experienced supervisors for running the projects. Four professors and twenty-six assistant professors will be supervising in the different disciplines of dentistry such as orthodontics, periodontics, basic science, prosthodontics, oral and maxillofacial surgery, oral diagnosis, pedodontics, conservative, and preventive dentistry. In addition, we have designated clinics for clinical studies with a biological and a material laboratory for lab studies.