Doctor of Dental Medicine

A professional degree program that trains students to become licensed dentists. The program covers various areas such as oral anatomy, dental radiography, oral pathology, restorative dentistry, and oral surgery. Students gain practical experience through clinical rotations in a variety of dental settings, such as private practices, community clinics, and hospitals.

Program Educational Objectives

The Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) Program aims to produce graduates who:

  1. are adept in the prevention, diagnosis, identification and management of oral needs and diseases of the individual and the community.
  2. can pursue a general dental practice after passing the Dentist Licensure Examination.

Program Outcomes

A Doctor of Dental Medicine graduate should be able to:

  1. Provide quality oral health care;
  2. Provide proper patient education;
  3. Plan and deliver community service;
  4. Conduct basic and clinical researches;
  5. Apply business principles, entrepreneurship, practices, and processes;
  6. Practice life-long learning and continue to be a life-long learner
  7. Practice legal/ethical/moral principles and social accountability;
  8. Demonstrate nationalism, internationalism and dedication to service
  9. Utilize systems-based approach to healthcare
  10. Collaborate with interprofessional teams.