Master's (12 to 36 months) and Doctorate (24 to 48 months)
The program in Oral Biology covers four major areas: Anatomy; Histology and Embryology; Microbiology and Immunology; and Forensic Odontology and Deontology. All lead to a master's or doctoral degree, with the exception of the major in forensic Odontology and Deontology, which only leads to a master's degree. The program is open to individuals working in health and biological sciences with an undergraduate degree. The major in Anatomy, because of the particular nature of the Topics of Research in this field, is open also to graduates working in the exact sciences with a background in biology.
As long as students take the compulsory courses, they may, in agreement with their advisor, choose a range of courses that will best suit their individual needs.