Ph.D. in Dental Materials (19D)

Completion of the Program

The minimum and maximum time limits for completing the Doctorate Course are 24 and 48 months, respectively.

To obtain the Ph.D. in Dental Materials, students must fulfill a total of 56 credits in disciplines and be approved in the defense of thesis.

Required Activity

  • AA002 * 0 Doctorate Thesis

Elective Disciplines

Students must obtain 56 credits among the disciplines listed below. The disciplines must be chosen in agreement with their Advisor.

  • OM201 90 6 Seminar I - Study of Restorative Materials
  • OM202 90 6 Seminar II - Study of Molding Materials
  • OM203 90 6 Seminar III - Study of Metallic Alloys for Dentistry
  • OM204 90 6 Seminar IV - Study of Plastics in Dentistry
  • OM214 90 6 Research in Dental Materials – Restorative Materials
  • OM215 90 6 Research in Dental Materials – Molding Materials
  • OM216 90 6 Research in Dental Materials - Metals and Metallic Alloys
  • OM217 90 6 Research in Dental Materials - Plastics in Dentistry
  • OM218 90 6 Teaching Practice in Dental Materials
  • OC104 60 4 Teaching Methodology
  • OC106 90 6 Biostatistics
  • OC110 45 3 Scientific Research on Dental Materials
  • OC111 45 3 Scientific Documentation on Dental Materials
  • OM130 60 4 Photographic Documentation: Didactics and Research in Dental Materials
  • OM131 60 4 Structure and Properties of Metallic Materials
  • OM132 60 4 Dental Material-Applied Informatics
  • OM133 60 4 Introduction to Electron Microscopy

 

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