List of graduate studies
with credit hours system,
Faculty of Dentistry
, Ain Shams University

 

 

M content page number
1 Introduction 3
2 Chapter One: General Terms and Conditions of Regulation 8
3 Chapter Two (Degrees and Certificates Awarded) First: Postgraduate Diploma 20
Second: Clinical Master 56
Third: Master’s Degree 127
Fourth: Doctorate Degree 204
4 Chapter Three List of Elective Courses 267

an introduction

The terms and provisions of the Postgraduate Studies Regulations at the Faculty of Dentistry – Ain Shams University have been prepared to be in line with the general rules and provisions that were approved at Ain Shams University with the approval of the University Council at its session No. () on / 2014 and Ministerial Resolution No. (2014). And the necessary details for implementation and the controls that the college deemed necessary to add to the internal regulations in terms of degrees, scientific certificates, details of the study and the examination system have been put in place..
College of Graduate Studies and Research
Philosophy The College’s Department of Graduate Studies follows a philosophy that directs all academic and administrative activities towards continuous development and improvement of the quality of the educational service provided to graduate students to reach them to levels that achieve competitive excellence in the local, regional and international labor market, through programs Educational based on commitment to go towards the requirements of society, and distinct scientific research and the participation of the parties in the educational process in achieving quality and excellence in performance, with a system of continuous evaluation in order to achieve academic standards in the light of the competing situation CNN for college among other corresponding colleges .
The importance of the need to develop and update the college’s graduate studies list is due to several considerations that can be summarized as follows:
-The continuous change in the needs and requirements of the labor market, which requires carrying out the educational process with new and advanced methods in light of competitiveness and globalization, while creating new mechanisms to solve the problems facing the path of community development..
-The need to pay attention to continuous development and institutional accreditation as a key factor to qualify a graduate student graduate to join employment opportunities without the need to equate the degree awarded.
-Attention to scientific research with an applied nature that serves the community and contributes to solving its problems.
-The role of a qualified, trained and creative human being in dealing with the new world order and its challenges has increased.
-Rapid progress in information and communication technology, which necessitates the necessity of using advanced forms of education, such as the application of distance education systems and e-learning.
-Contributing to solving many problems that hinder the educational process, which improves society’s view of the college and then of the university.
-Making graduate programs and curricula realistic so as to offset the balance between stakeholder expectations and sustainable development requirements.
-The need to search for multiple self-financing sources to improve and develop the educational and research process.

The vision of the Postgraduate Sector at the Faculty of Dentistry – Ain Shams University
to be an example to be followed locally, regionally and internationally as a center for sustainable development through distinguished scientific research innovations

Thesis of Graduate Studies Sector, Faculty of Dentistry – Ain Shams University,
upgrading the academic and scientific level and scientific research skills for the graduate student through innovative educational programs and an applied research plan with foundations of ethics of scientific research and directed to serve community members and care for oral and dental health.

Goals
1. Adopting and adopting a research plan consistent with the college’s mission.
2.Innovative educational programs with specific educational outcomes.
3.A positive role for scientific research in developing educational curricula.
4.Positive return on scientific research on community service and environmental development.
5.The development of research and technical skills for researchers from postgraduate students.

The main features of the graduate list:
•The program is distinguished by being developed according to modern international standards in medical education such as teaching, learning and evaluating students and ensuring a high degree of horizontal and vertical integration of decisions and consistency with international external reference standards.
•The program aims to qualify dentists to be able to compete in the international job market and achieve modern international standards.
•The program contains optional courses that allow the student to study the principles of various sciences such as administrative sciences and the complementary sciences to what he has studied in addition to information technology, communication skills and human resource development and thus increases the student’s application skills as a final product.
The new postgraduate regulation aims to:
•Read and compare different study programs
• Facilitate the academic recognition of the student
• Increasing the practical training period for the graduate student to be compatible with the external reference standards for each program in terms of the number of years and the detailed requirements. Necessary to obtain a degree.
•Promote specific disciplines and create distinguished college programs of study.

Chapter One:
General Terms and Conditions

Article (1): granting certificates and degrees,
Ain Shams University grants, upon the recommendation of the College of Dentistry Council, the following certificates and degrees:
1.Graduate diploma certificate
2. Professional masters degree
3. Master’s degree
4. PHD degree
•  And that is in the specializations clarified in the regulations, and the name of the diploma or the professional masters or the title of the thesis (for master’s and doctoral degrees) and the branch of specialization are specified in the graduation certificate.
•The college may offer studies to grant certificates and degrees in interfaces and joint between more than one specialty from the same college or in partnership with other universities and include them in the college’s internal regulations and the issuance of ministerial decisions therein.
Article (2) Definition of Postgraduate Studies Postgraduate
Diploma
This study aims to raise scientific competence in the applied fields of subspecialties in multiple branches through studying advanced and applied scientific decisions and participating in work teams to prepare applied projects.
Professional Master
This study aims to develop the scientific and professional capabilities and development in the specialization and the field chosen by the student, using modern scientific techniques and methods through studying a number of courses and conducting applied research.
Master’s degree
This study aims to develop research capabilities, scientific thinking and development in the branch, field and subject that the student chooses from the reality of the college’s research plan, using modern scientific techniques and methods by studying a number of advanced courses and conducting academic and applied research through an integrated scientific thesis.
Doctoral degree
This study aims to develop independent thought and the ability to innovate and develop, and then add new knowledge to the branch, field and subject chosen by the student by following the technical scientific and research principles
specializing accurately and also deepen the research capabilities that have been developed in the master’s stage and conduct academic and applied research in it Scientific addition in the field of specialization through an integrated scientific thesis.
Article (3) The
study system is a system of credit hours study, and it is allowed to enroll in it for graduates of the corresponding colleges in Egyptian universities or who have degrees that have been equivalent from the Supreme Council of Universities after ensuring that they meet the conditions for enrollment in the required study.

Article (4): Definition of credit hours
The credit hour is a unit of study measurement equivalent to one hour of theoretical study, one, two, or
three hours of laboratory, applied, or clinical training according to the nature of each course, per week for a period of a basic semester (first or second semester)(.
Article (5) dates of study and enrollment
•  The academic year is divided into three semesters, as follows:
ü  The first semester (autumn): It starts from the third week of September for a period of 16 weeks.
ü  Second semester (Spring): starts from the second week of February for a period of 16 weeks.
ü  Summer semester: starts from the first week of July for a period of 8 weeks.
The offering of courses for the summer semester is subject to the approval of the College Board, upon the recommendation of the relevant department councils
, according to the capabilities of the departments and the numbers of advanced students.
Article (6) of the academic advisor
The Department Council appoints, for each student, upon the start of the pre-qualification or pre-study studies, an academic advisor from among the faculty members of the department, who will continue with him until the end of the diploma or professional master’s study
, while the mentor is replaced by the supervisor in case the student progresses to study the master’s degree or doctorate degree.
The academic advisor is responsible for following the student during the study, and helping him in choosing the courses and signing all forms of registration, deletion and addition.
Article (7) conditions for acceptance and registration
•  A student who holds a bachelor’s degree in medicine and oral and dental surgery from one of the universities recognized by the Supreme Council of Universities to study for graduate programs if he meets the conditions for admission to each program and listed in the internal regulations for graduate studies of the college, as well as the rules laid down by the College Council, so that the absorptive capacity does not exceed For the departments involved. The student must submit all the required and advertised documents, as well as fill out forms for the Department of Graduate Studies.
•The student is considered initially enrolled, if he completed the registration procedures before the end of the second week of the fall and spring semesters or the first week of the summer semester, and the student is not allowed to attend the courses unless he is initially enrolled.
•The student is not considered to be permanently enrolled in any course except after payment of the prescribed academic fees during the announced dates of the college.
•The student may register in the first or second semester in courses with accredited hours of up to 12 hours without requiring a full-time study..
•When requesting the calculation of courses studied by the student before enrolling in the study and obtaining a grade of no less than C It must not have been more than four years after her studies from the date of the new enrollment, and she has not entered within the requirements of a certificate or academic degree obtained, and not exceeding 25% of the hours of the courses required for the certificate or the degree to be registered, and in all cases it is required The approval of the relevant department council, and not within the student’s GPA.
Article (8): Conditions for registering for courses in different semesters
• Anyone who wishes to register in the first semester or the second semester in courses whose number of approved hours exceeds 12 hours must devote himself to meeting the study requirements.
•The maximum number of credit hours that a student is allowed to register in the first semester or the second semester is 18 hours, even if he is a full-time full-time.
•The student can register for the summer semester in courses whose credit hours are no more than 6 hours and are not required to study.
•Registration is not permitted for the study of compulsory courses, which are conditional on the study of other courses as a requirement, except after success in them.
Article (9) conditions for amendment (deletion and addition) of the decisions
• The student has the right to change courses to another within three weeks of the start of studies in the fall and spring semesters, or within two weeks of the start of study for the summer semester, in which case the deleted courses are not monitored in the student’s academic record.
•The student has the right to withdraw from the course (and fees are not returned to him) before the end of the tenth week at most from the beginning of the studies in the first and second semesters and the fifth week at the most in the summer semester. In this case the student is not counted during the hours of this course and the student is given a withdrawing estimate Withdrawal (W) In his academic record.
•The student is not allowed to enter the final exam of the course, unless he attends the prescribed percentage of his teaching hours or performs the specified percentage of his requirements, according to what is stated in the college internal regulations. If the student does not achieve this percentage, he will be notified of being denied entry to the final exam for the course and monitored in his academic record with a mandatory withdrawal from the courseForced Withdrawal (FW).
•The student gets an incomplete grade (I) Incomplete If he is unable to enter the final exam for a course for compelling reasons accepted by the department’s council and approved by the Graduate Studies Committee and the College Council provided that he has attended the prescribed percentage of his teaching hours or has paid the specified percentage of his educational requirements, he must perform the final exam in the course according to what is permitted by the college’s internal regulations, otherwise Compulsory withdrawn grade compulsory. (FW)
•The student is allowed to withdraw from the curriculum after enrollment when he is called upon to perform military service, and a withdrawing assessment of his military service performance is made. Military Withdrawal (MW) In his academic record, this period is not counted within the validity period of the courses or within the study period.
•Courses in which the student gets an estimate (I, W, FW or MW) It is not counted within the approved credit hours for it, and it does not include the calculation of the cumulative average of degrees.
•The student’s grade is recorded in the academic record In Progress (IP) As he progresses in the research of a master’s or doctorate thesis and monitors him the result of discussing the thesis with satisfactory appreciationSatisfactory (S).
•The student must re-register in any course in which he obtained a grade less than C The course will repeat a study and an exam after paying the study fees.
•The student may re-register any course he previously passed on (he obtained an estimate C At least (for the purpose of improving his assessment in this course after paying his tuition fees.
•The student may register in some of the academic courses from outside the department, college or university within his academic program, with the approval of the college council, based on the proposal of the relevant department council. Estimates of these decisions are included in the calculation of the cumulative average of degrees..
•The student is not counted within the hours required to obtain the degree, the course in which he gets an estimate less than C And he must re-examine the course if it is compulsory, while the student has the right to study an alternative course if it is optional and the grades obtained in all his attempts to calculate the cumulative average of the grades CGPA) ( In all classes.
•The student may be allowed to register as a listener (Noncredit) In theoretical courses without entering the exam after obtaining the approval of the department concerned upon the recommendation of the course professor and paying the prescribed expenses for that. In the event that the student attends the prescribed proportion of the teaching hours of the course, the student is given a listening list Listener (L) He is entitled to obtain a statement in the presence of the course as a listener and he is not allowed to take the exam.
Article (10) Estimates of the decisions
• Course points are evaluated as follows :

Score points percentage percentage appreciation
4.00 A 90% Up is excellent Very High Graduate Caliber Monitor for the student who showed high performance, the decisions of the decisions that are considered reliable when calculating the number of credit hours approved for the student
3.67 A- 85% Even less than 903.33 %
B + 80%Even less than 85% is very good
3 B 75% Even less than 80%
2.67 B- 70%Even less than 75% is good Satisfactory Performance Monitor the student who has shown satisfactory performance
2.33 C + 65% Even less than 70%
2 C 60%Even less than 65% is acceptable

Score points percentage percentage appreciation
1.67 C- 57% Even less than 60% is not acceptable Less Performance than Expected Monitor for a student who has performed less than expected
1.33 D + 53% Even less than 57%
1 D 50%Even less than 57% Unsatisfactory Performance Monitor the student who has shown unsatisfactory performance
0.00 F Less than 50% deposit Fail Monitors the failing student
—- W —- —- Withdrawal Monitor the student withdrawing from the course
—- FW —- —- Forced Withdrawal Monitor for compulsively withdrawn student
—- I —- —— Incomplete Monitor the student who did not complete the course
—- MW —- —- Military Withdrawal Monitor the student withdrawing from the military service
—- L —- —- Listener Monitor for the listener student
—- IP —- —- In Progress Monitor the student registered for the message hours and not completed
—- S —- —- Satisfactory For the student, upon discussing the thesis successfully,
Article (11) points are calculated
• The student’s record is recorded in all his grades obtained in the courses in all his attempts and all of them enter into the calculation of the cumulative average of points in all semesters.
•The internal regulations clarify the method for evaluating each course, and includes periodic tests, research, practical training, and the final exam, and all the work required by the decision, and the final exam score for any course is not less than 50% of its grades unless it is mentioned explicitly in the internal regulations and is causative and has obtained the approval of the Council the University.
•Attending the final exam for the course is a condition for monitoring points for the course, and for those who do not attend the final exam or miss part of it, an assessment is made F Precipitate.
•The bylaw determines the cumulative average of a student’s points for obtaining every certificate or degree, and this average is not in any way less than(2.44).
•The points of each course are calculated as the number of credit hours multiplied by points every hour according to the discretion of the course.
•The total points obtained by the student at any stage are calculated as the sum of the points of all the courses that he studied in all attempts.
•The cumulative average of points in any stage is calculated as the result of dividing the total points obtained in the stage divided by the total hours of all the courses in all attempts.
•The course in which the student gets less than (C) It is considered in the average points and is not counted within the approved credit hours in the stage, unless it is returned and succeeded in it, the latter is calculated only within the approved credit hours in the stage.
Article (12) tuition fees
• Registration fees occur at the start of each stage, as well as registration fees for each credit hour approved at any stage of the study. The student also bears any other additional fees to meet the university or college requirements for enrollment. Fees are also collected when discussing master’s and doctoral theses, as well as when applying for enrollment in the comprehensive doctoral exam.
•All fees determined annually, with the approval of the University’s Graduate Studies Council, based on the proposal of the College Board.
•With the approval of the College Council, it is permissible to collect fees from the student in two installments during the semester, so that he is not allowed to enter the final exam except after paying all fees prescribed to him.
Article (13) converting the registration into registration) master’s and doctoral degrees(
•The enrollment may be converted into a registration, after the success of the enrolled student for the master’s degree in the first semester courses, provided that the college requirements for registration are passed and a supervisory body is formed for him, and in all cases the beginning of the registration is calculated from the date of enrollment.
•The maximum limit for registering a master’s thesis is 12 months from the date of approval of the College Board for the results of the first semester, or the student’s registration will be canceled.
•The Supervisory Board of the Department Council presents the research plan for the thesis, after presenting it in a seminar called by the teaching staff and researchers in the department, for the student to start preparing the thesis for the thesis.
•The examination and judgment committee for the Master thesis is not formed until at least one year has passed from the date of registration.
•For a PhD student, the registration of the thesis project with the enrollment is for the degree, provided that the registration requirements are met.
•The examination and judgment committee for the PhD thesis will not be formed until at least two years have passed since the date of registration.
Article (14): Forming the supervision committee
• After the scientific department accepts the conversion of the student’s registration into a registration, a supervising body is selected for the student to continue his preparation for research and writing the thesis.
•The scientific department sets the rules upon which the supervision committee is determined by consensus among the faculty members of the department, and it depends on the following:
Ø The department’s research plan, its implementation rate, and its distribution to the department’s sub-specialties,
Ø The exact specialties of the faculty and the number available in each discipline,
Ø The maximum number of students allowed to be supervised per faculty member, which should not in any way exceed participation in the supervision of 15 theses.
Ø Equitable distribution that does not contradict the department’s implementation of its research plan with the utmost efficiency,
Ø Full transparency in burden distribution,
Ø The student’s desire and right to choose the research point and its compatibility with his field of work, provided that it is within the department’s research plan,
Ø Members of the Supervisory Board can be chosen from other departments of the college or other colleges, for messages related to interstitial or joint research.
Ø The selection of the main supervisor is the oldest member of the supervisory body or in agreement with them.
•The choice of research topics for assistants and assistant teachers will be in line with the department’s plan in human resource development and support for sub-disciplines in the department..
•The main supervisor proposes that the teachers who participate in the Supervisory Board be teachers, bearing in mind that the teacher may not participate in overseeing doctoral theses until one year after his appointment as a teacher, and the department has the right to ensure the fair distribution of teachers to the different supervisory bodies.
•The maximum number of members of the supervisory body, including teachers, is four for master’s degrees and five for doctoral theses.
•The supervisor, who dies to the mercy of God after participating in the Supervisory Board for a period of no less than a year, reserves all his material and moral rights, with the right of the department to add another supervisor if necessary.
•A faculty member may not participate in the supervision or the examination and judgment committee on scientific theses or research projects submitted by one of his relatives to the fourth degree or by proportions and affinity. Likewise, it is not permissible for the teaching staff members who are related to them until the first degree to participate in supervising the same thesis.
•When a supervisor is seconded abroad, the main supervisor submits a request to replace him with another supervisor, unless he submits a final report stating that the letter is valid for discussion before traveling.
Article (15) Stopping / extending the registration or registration
• The University’s Graduate Studies Council may approve the request of the College’s Council based on the recommendation of the relevant scientific department for compelling reasons, to suspend the registration or registration of the graduate student for continuous or intermittent periods of not more than one year in total at most at one time and a maximum of two years during the enrollment period And in the following cases:
oSick excuses approved by the University Medical Commission Committee.
oChild / Family Care Leave.
oLeave to accompany the husband / wife abroad.
oRecall to perform military service.
oInability to attend school due to travel conditions and abroad, for international students.
oDuring scholarships or official missions.
§ In all cases, the period for suspension of enrollment is not counted from the legal period prescribed in the bylaw, and the student may not study any decisions or enter the exam or the supervisor submitted a request for the validity of the letter for discussion during the period of suspension of registration.
•The University’s Graduate Studies Council may approve the college’s request based on the recommendation of the specialized scientific department to extend the registration / registration of the master’s and doctoral students for a period of one year at most, provided that this is accompanied by a report from the supervisory body that the student can finish the thesis before the end of the required period.
Article (16) Cancellation of registration or registration
•  The registration or registration of the graduate student is canceled in the following cases:
Ø If he applies to cancel his registration or registration.
Ø If he is unable to successfully complete the requirements for obtaining the degree or degree within the maximum period granted.
Ø If the master’s student does not register the thesis protocol project after (12) months have passed as a maximum from the date of success in the first semester courses.
Ø If the student fails or fails to fail without an excuse in any compulsory course, a maximum of (3) times.
Ø If the Ph.D. student cannot pass the comprehensive examination in all the opportunities available to him.
Ø If the master’s and doctoral students exceed the legal period granted to him to complete the thesis.
Ø If the Supervisory Authority submitted a request to cancel the registration because of the acceptance of the department council and approved by the College Council based on two consecutive reports to follow up on performance, after warning the student with at least two warnings, the time period between them is one month and the student is officially notified of the reason.
Ø If the examination and judgment committee rejects the thesis for a master’s or PhD student.
Article (17) Duration of the study
• The period of study in the previous articles means the period from the date of registration for the certificate or degree until the date that all requirements for obtaining the certificate or degree are successfully met.
•In the case of registration for the master’s and doctoral degrees, it is permissible to submit a validity report, form an examination and judgment committee, and hold a discussion session three months before the end of the minimum period for granting the degree, and grants are only granted after the minimum period has passed.
Article (18): Follow-up to the MA and PhD students
• The Supervision Authority shall submit a report on the student’s progress in the research, on a special form prepared for this purpose, and it will be kept in the student’s file.
•The Supervisory Board for the Master’s student submits at least two annual reports. For the PhD student, the Supervisory Authority submits at least one report every year..
•The head of the department requests the student to sign the report of the Supervisory Board with information, and he has the right to complain about the report, and the head of the department must consider the grievance and discuss the supervisory body with what he said.
•In the event that the grievance is not preserved, because the student insists that there is a disagreement with one of the supervisors, the subject is referred to the Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, who in turn constitutes a tripartite committee from the members of the college’s Graduate Studies Committee to look into the matter and write a report on it, it is submitted to the college’s higher studies committee to take a decision to save it Or, reconstitute the Supervisory Committee.
•The college, through a unified survey, polls the opinions of master’s and doctoral students, through which it can develop the performance of postgraduate studies in the college.

Article (19): the comprehensive examination for the PhD
• After enrolling the student, the scientific department forms a five-member committee of professors and assistant professors, one of whose members is a representative of the Supervisory Board, two members from the relevant department, a member from another department in the college, and a member from outside the college.
•The committee meets at the invitation of the representative of the Supervisory Board to determine the topics in which the student will be examined and must be comprehensive for the sub-department specializations, and he is notified of the references he is required to see, and allows him a period not exceeding six months to prepare for the exam.
•A written examination is held for the student, the regulations specify its duration, and an oral and practical exam is held..
•If the student does not pass the exam successfully, he is entitled to repeat the exam within six months in the same committee and the same subjects assigned to it.
Article (20) Examination of master’s and doctoral theses
• Three months prior to the end of the minimum study period and before the end of the authorized registration period, the Supervisory Board submits a report with the validity of the thesis to be presented to the Examination and Judgment Committee, and the department board may invite a seminar attended by the teaching staff and researchers in the department to present the most important research findings and outputs.
•Before starting the examination and judgment procedures for theses, a master’s or doctoral student must publish at least one research and publish in distinguished scientific periodicals according to what is approved by the Promotional Committees of the Supreme Council of Universities in the thesis.
•The validity report is presented to the department council, attached with a summary of the letter in the Arabic language and a translator for at least one foreign language according to the nature of the message, and a proposal for arbitrators examining the message from which the council chooses the examination and judgment committee, and the message is in its final form for presentation to the examination and judgment committee available within the department council session for those Asks to browse it.
•In the validity report of PhD theses, the new scientific addition must be mentioned as a result of the research presented in the thesis.
•The examination and judgment committee for the thesis is composed of three members, one of whom represents the supervisory committee, and it may be represented by more than one supervisor, provided that they are professors or assistant professors, and they are all with one voice within the examination and ruling committee.
•At least, one of the members of the committee from outside the college is to be examined and judged for the master’s theses, while at least one of the members of the examination and judgment committee from outside the university is to examine and judge the doctoral theses. It may also be from a foreign university and the committee is chaired by the oldest of its members.
•The formation of the examination and judgment committee shall be presented to the Graduate Studies Committee and the College Board to approve the formation of the committee. The formation shall be approved by the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Research.
•The Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research transmits the letter to the members of the examination and judgment committee for the thesis for examination and to write individual reports on it within a month at most, after which the Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research announces the date of the discussion, in consultation with members of the committee.
•The committee meets on the specified date, examines the individual reports, and discusses the student in an open session. The individual report of a member of the examination and judgment committee may be sufficient if it is from a university outside Egypt.
•The result of the discussion shall be with the majority of the members, and the collective report shall be written authorizing, rejecting or returning the student to complete the deficiency it sees and giving him an opportunity that does not exceed six months..
•The group report on examination and discussion, accompanied by individual reports of the members of the committee, is presented to the College’s Graduate Studies Committee, then the College Board to recommend the scholarships or not, and examines the student’s condition accompanied by the College’s Board’s recommendation to the University’s Graduate Studies Council, which refers cases that have met all the conditions for grants to the University Council to take Grant decision .
Article (21) of the curriculum coding system :
Courses are coded according to the following system :

0 0 0
X X
X

 

Initials of the name of the degree or degree (maximum 3 characters)

The certificate number or degree

 

Course serial number

  • The postgraduate diploma certificate code number(5)
    •The code number for the master’s degree(6)
    •The professional code for the professional master’s degree(8)
    •PhD code number (9)

 

 

Chapter Two:
Degrees and Certificates Awarded

 

Firstly,
a postgraduate diploma in Oral and Dental Sciences

Article (22): The scientific departments of the college
(Table No. 1), the scientific departments of the Faculty of Dentistry – Ain Shams University:
M section codeDepartment
1Department of Oral PathologyOPA ORAL PATHOLOGY
2Oral Biology DepartmentOBI ORAL BIOLOGY
3Department of vital materialsDBM DENTAL BIOMATERIALS
4Oral and Maxillofacial DepartmentOMS ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY
5Industrial replacement departmentOMP PROSTHODONTICS
6Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and RadiologyOMD ORAL MEDICINE & PERIODONTOLOGY & DIAGNOSIS & RADIOLOGY
7Department of crowns and bridgesFPR CROWN & BRIDGE
8Root treatment departmentEND ENDODONTICS
9Department of Pediatric DentistryPED PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
10Department of OrthodonticsORD ORTHODONTICS
11Department of Conservative Treatment OPD OPERATIVE DENTISTRY

Article (23): Scientific specializations for the diploma of postgraduate
diploma in postgraduate diploma specializations in dental sciences (Table No. 2)
HIGHER DENTAL DIPLOMA OF DENTAL SCIENCE (BRANCH) HDD; (BRANCH)
Diploma diploma
m certificate CERTIFICATE scientific department
1 Oral and maxillofacial surgery ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY (OMS) Oral and Maxillofacial Department
2 Mouth, face and jaw rays ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL RADIOLOGY (OMR) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and Radiology
3 Artificial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHODONTICS (OMP) Industrial replacement department
4 Oral medicine and diagnosis ORAL MEDICINE & DIAGNOSIS (OMD) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and Radiology
5 Gum treatmentPERIODONTOLOGY (PER)
6Proof dental prostheses FIXED PROSTHODONTICS (FPR) Department of crowns and bridges
7 Root treatment ENDODONTICS (END) Root treatment department
8 Pediatric dentistry PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY (PED) Department of Pediatric Dentistry
9 General oral health, dental, and community dentistryDENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH & COMMUNITY DENTISTRY (DPH)
10Conservative treatment OPERATIVE DENTISTRY (OPD) Conservative Treatment Section,
Article (24) registration requirements
1. The registration for registration shall take place during the months of June and July of each year.
2.For enrollment to study a postgraduate diploma, the student must have a Bachelor’s degree in Oral and Dental Medicine from one of the Faculties of Dentistry in the Arab Republic of Egypt or an equivalent degree to it (by the Supreme Council of Universities).
3.That the student has spent the compulsory year of training (excellence), and for foreign students it is permissible to consider practicing the profession or training in one of the medical centers or government hospitals as a substitute for the year of excellence.
4.The approval of the student’s employer on his enrollment to obtain the diploma, as well as on the specialty branch. The approval of the employer is required on the student’s full-time assignment required throughout the study period.
5.The student submits an application containing all the required documents in the name of Mr. Prof. Dean of the college during the period stipulated in the bylaw. As for the expatriates, the rules in force by the university’s expatriate management regulations apply..
6.The approval of the relevant department council and the registration is considered from the date of approval of the college council on the final nomination of the departments according to the admission system approved by the college council.
7.Payment of tuition fees, training fees and equipment consumption before the start of the study or according to the specific date announced in the college. Excluding from this condition scholarship students from Egyptians and expatriates, and the payment is for them during the school year and before entering the exam..
8.To obtain a graduate diploma degree requires studying credit hours stipulated in the bylaw, with success in all courses with appreciation (C) At least get a cumulative average of at least about. (2.44)
9.The duration of the study is one year divided into two semesters and the maximum for obtaining a diploma is not more than two years.
Article (25): the duration of the study
• Duration of study is a university year, mandatory and optional courses are distributed during two semesters, each of (16) weeks duration..
•The College Council may extend the registration for exceptional circumstances for one year only.
Article (26): The academic program
• Compulsory and elective courses are studied in medical and dental sciences, divided into two semesters (first and second).
•The duration of the study is 16 weeks, and the study begins in September for the first semester and in February for the second semester .
Article (27): Conditions for obtaining a diploma for higher studies
is required for the student to obtain a diploma for postgraduate studies in one of the branches of Oral and Dental Medicine::
1.The student has to devote himself full-time to study the courses stipulated in these regulations.
2.To follow in an acceptable manner all the courses mentioned in these regulations and allow in special circumstances to accept compulsive excuses within the limits of 25% of the attendance rate after the approval of the College Council.
3.Obtaining a diploma requires studying the number of credit hours listed in the list, with success in all courses estimated C At least and get a minimum GPA(2.44).
4.To satisfy all operational / clinical requirements satisfactorily (Requirements) These are determined by the department council and the student submits them in his / her operational / clinical requirements booklet (Log Book) The brochure is subject to evaluation by members of the department council, which submits its report to the Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research Affairs, and in the event that the operating manual is approved(Log Book) The student becomes a holder of the degree of practical / clinical requirements (according to the percentage stipulated in Article 49), and the minimum practical requirements (75%) are required to take the exam. .
Article (28): the evaluation system for academic courses
1. The student is required to succeed in all the basic, specialized and elective courses listed in each department’s list of credit hours system. Estimates are calculated according to the percentage obtained by the student in each course..
2.The student is evaluated in each course by the continuous evaluation system, and the student is considered successful in one course if he obtains 60% or more (Appreciation C) In the total scores (provided that at least 40% of the theoretical exam scores are obtained), the score is divided as follows:
(A) Basic and specialized courses that have a practical part and educational requirements:
50%For the theoretical exam
20% For practical / clinical examination
20% For the oral examination
10% Educational requirements
(b) Basic, specialist and elective courses that do not have a practical part and have self-learning requirements:
70%For the theoretical exam
20% For the oral examination
10% Assignments of self-learning
(c) Each science department specifies criteria for assessing practical skills and self-learning accomplishments.
Article (29): Examination system
1- The class exam is held in January and June of each year.
2-In the event that a student fails in a course or a set of courses, it is repeated in the course or group of courses only, bearing in mind that he must pay additional expenses in order to be able to enter the exam again, and the actual estimate obtained on success.
3-The student is considered to have failed if he is absent from entering the exam or part of it without compulsive excuse accepted by the College Council, according to what is specified in the decisions of the university.
4-A graduate diploma student is allowed to enter the semester exam if he meets the minimum prescribed percentage (75%) of the examination entry requirements for each course.
Article (30) Grants :
Those who obtain a Postgraduate Diploma in Dental Sciences will be granted an accredited certificate explaining the specialty branch.

Supplement No. (1)
Programs and courses for the Postgraduate Diploma Certificate The Postgraduate
Diploma Program
in Conservative Therapy
Higher Dental Diploma
in Operative Dentistry (OPD500)

Schedule (1.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OPD501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OPD502 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OPD503 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Material properties knowledge (I) Basic Dental Materials OPD504 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Conservative treatment technology (I) Technology of Operative Dentistry I OPD505 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Clinical conservative treatment (I) Clinical Operative Dentistry I OPD506 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester of dental tooth and preventive dentistry Dental Cariology & Preventive Dentistry OPD507 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 – 20 20 10 100
Material properties knowledge (II) Applied Dental Materials OPD508 2 OPD504 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Conservative treatment technology (II) Technology of Operative Dentistry II OPD509 2 OPD505 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Clinical conservative treatment (II) Clinical Operative Dentistry II OPD510 3 OPD506 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Aesthetic dentistry Esthetic Dentistry OPD511 3 OPD506 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral rays Oral Radiology OPD512 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (1.B): Academic burden of the Postgraduate Diploma Program for Conservative Therapy Branch Higher Dental Diploma in Restorative Dentistry (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPD502 Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPD503 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPD504 Basic Dental Materials 15 2 – 2 60 2
OPD505 Technology of Operative Dentistry I 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPD506 Clinical Operative Dentistry I 15 1 4 2 105 3
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD507 Dental Cariology & Preventive Dentistry 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPD508 Applied Dental Materials 15 2 – 2 60 2
OPD509 Technology of Operative Dentistry II 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPD510 Clinical Operative Dentistry II 15 1 4 2 105 3
OPD511 Esthetic Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPD512 Oral Radiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Postgraduate Diploma program in Prosthodontic Replacement
Higher Dental Diploma in
Fixed Prosthodontics (FPR500)

Schedule (2.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I FPR501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I FPR502 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Descriptive anatomy of the teeth Dental Anatomy FPR513 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Material properties knowledge (I) Basic Dental Materials FPR504 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Proven dental replacement technology (I) Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics I FPR514 ​​2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Clinically proven dental replacement (I) Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics I FPR515 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester is the introduction to the science of dental implants Introduction to Dental Implantology FPR516 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
Material properties knowledge (II) Applied Dental Materials FPR508 2 FPR504 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Proven dental replacement technology (II) Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics II FPR517 2 FPR514 ​​1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Clinically proven dental replacement (I) Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics I FPR518 3 FPR515 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Introduction to cosmetic dentistry Esthetic Dentistry FPR511 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Introduction to occlusal science Introduction to Occlusion FPR519 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
Oral rays Oral Radiology FPR512 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (2.B): Academic burden of the Postgraduate Diploma program for proven dental replacement Higher Dental Diploma in Fixed Prosthodontics (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR502 Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR513 Dental Anatomy 15 1 2 2 75 2
FPR504 Basic Dental Materials 15 2 – 2 60 2
FPR514 ​​Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics I 15 1 2 2 75 2
FPR515 Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics I 15 1 4 2 105 3
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR516 Introduction to Dental Implantology 15 1 – 2 45 1
FPR508 Applied Dental Materials 15 2 – 2 60 2
FPR517 Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics II 15 1 2 2 75 2
FPR518 Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics I 15 1 4 2 105 3
FPR511 Esthetic Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR519 Introduction to Occlusion 15 1 – 2 45 1
FPR512 Oral Radiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
Total Credit Hours 30

Postgraduate diploma program in root treatment
Higher Dental Diploma in
Endodontics (END500)

Schedule (3.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I END501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I END502 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology END503 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Material properties knowledge (I) Basic Dental Materials END504 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Basics of root treatment Principles of Endodontics END520 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Clinical root treatment (I) Clinical Endodontics I END521 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester of general anatomy General Anatomy END522 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 – 20 20 10 100
Material properties knowledge (II) Applied Dental Materials END508 2 END504 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Clinical root treatment (II) Clinical Endodontics II END523 4 END521 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Introduction to surgical root treatment Introduction to Surgical Endodontics END524 3 END521 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral rays Oral Radiology END512 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (3.B): Study load of the Postgraduate Diploma program in Root Cure Higher Dental Diploma in Endodontics (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
END502 Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
END503 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
END504 Basic Dental Materials 15 2 – 2 60 2
END520 Principles of Endodontics 15 1 2 2 75 2
END521 Clinical Endodontics I 15 2 4 2 120 4
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END522 General Anatomy 15 1 2 2 75 2
END508 Applied Dental Materials 15 2 – 2 60 2
END523 Clinical Endodontics II 15 2 4 2 120 4
END524 Introduction to Surgical Endodontics 15 2 2 2 90 3
END512 Oral Radiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
Total Credit Hours 30

Postgraduate Diploma Program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Higher Dental Diploma in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS500)

Schedule (4.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OMS501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OMS503 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Local and general anesthesia Local & General Anesthesia OMS525 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 – 20 20 10 100
mouth surgery (I) Oral Surgery I OMS526 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Maxillofacial surgery (I) Maxillofacial Surgery I OMS527 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OMS528 3 OMS501 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy General Anatomy OMS522 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacologyPharmacology OMS529 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
mouth surgery (II) Oral Surgery II OMS530 4 OMS526 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Maxillofacial surgery (II) Maxillofacial Surgery II OMS531 2 OMS527 1 2 Hours 50 20 20 10 100
Oral rays Oral Radiology OMS512 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (4.B): Academic load of the Postgraduate Diploma Program for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Higher Dental Diploma in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMS503 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS525 Local & General Anesthesia 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS526 Oral Surgery I 15 2 4 2 120 4
OMS527 Maxillofacial Surgery I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS528 Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMS522 General Anatomy 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS529 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS530 Oral Surgery II 15 2 4 2 120 4
OMS531 Maxillofacial Surgery II 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS512 Oral Radiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
Total Credit Hours 30

Graduate Diploma Program in Oral Medicine
Higher Dental Diploma
in Oral Medicine (OMD500)

Schedule (5.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OMD501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OMD502 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral medicine (I) Oral Medicine I OMD532 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
General medicine and skin diseases Internal Medicine & Dermatology OMD533 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 – 20 20 10 100
Clinical diagnosis Clinical Oral Diagnosis OMD534 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 20 10 100
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OMD528 3 OMD501 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OMD535 3 OMD502 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy General Anatomy OMD522 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology OMD529 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral medicine (II) Oral Medicine II OMD536 3 OMD532 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral rays Oral Radiology OMD512 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (5.B): Academic load of postgraduate diploma program for Oral Medicine Higher Dental Diploma in Oral Medicine (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD502 Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD532 Oral Medicine I 15 2 4 2 120 4
OMD533 Internal Medicine & Dermatology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD534 Clinical Oral Diagnosis 15 1 2 2 75 2
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD528 Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD535 Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD522 General Anatomy 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD529 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD536 Oral Medicine II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD512 Oral Radiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
Total Credit Hours 30

Postgraduate diploma program in periodontal treatment
Higher Dental Diploma
in Periodontology (PER500)

Schedule (6.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I PER501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I PER502 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology PER503 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Gum disease Periodontology PER537 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Clinical diagnosis Clinical Oral Diagnosis PER534 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 20 10 100
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II PER528 3 PER501 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II PER535 3 PER502 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy General Anatomy PER522 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Gum treatments and surgeriesPeriodontics PER538 3 PER537 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Dental implants Dental Implantology PER539 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 – 20 20 10 100
Oral rays Oral Radiology PER512 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (6.B): Academic burden of the Postgraduate Diploma Program for Periodontal Therapy Higher Dental Diploma in Periodontology (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER502 Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER503 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
PER537 Periodontology I 15 2 4 2 120 4
PER534 Clinical Oral Diagnosis 15 1 2 2 75 2
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER528 Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER535 Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER522 General Anatomy 15 1 2 2 75 2
PER538 Periodontology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER539 Dental Implantology 15 1 2 2 75 2
PER512 Oral Radiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
Total Credit Hours 30

Postgraduate diploma program in oral, maxillofacial
Higher Dental Diploma in Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology (OMR500)

Schedule (7.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology(I) Oral Pathology I OMR501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OMR502 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
The physical foundations of rays Radiation Physics OMR540 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Clinical diagnosis Clinical Oral Diagnosis OMR534 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 20 10 100
Jaw rays (I) Maxillofacial Imaging I OMR541 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 40 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OMR528 3 OMR501 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OMR535 3 OMR502 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy General Anatomy OMR522 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Immunology Immunology OMR542 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – 20 10 100
Radiology biology and protection methods Radiation Biology & Protection OMR543 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – 20 10 100
Jaw rays (II) Maxillofacial Imaging II OMR544 3 OMR541 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (7.B): Academic burden of the postgraduate diploma program for the oral, maxillofacial branch Higher Dental Diploma in Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR502 Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR540 Radiation Physics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR534 Clinical Oral Diagnosis 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMR541 Maxillofacial Imaging I 15 2 4 2 120 4
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR528 Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR535 Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR522 General Anatomy 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMR542 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR543 Radiation Biology & Protection 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR544 Maxillofacial Imaging II 15 2 2 2 90 3
Total Credit Hours 30

Postgraduate diploma program in industrial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws
Higher Dental Diploma in
Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthesis (OMP500)

Schedule (8.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OMP501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OMP502 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Material properties knowledge (I) Basic Dental Materials OMP504 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Complete industrial replacement Complete Denture OMP545 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Partial industrial replacement Partial Denture OMP546 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester, oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OMP535 3 OMP502 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy General Anatomy OMP522 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Material properties knowledge (II) Applied Dental Materials OMP508 2 OMP504 1 2 Hours 70 – 20 10 100
dishes Occlusion OMP547 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
Artificial replacement of the face and jaws Maxillofacial Prosthesis OMP548 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral rays Oral Radiology OMP512 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (8.B): Academic burden of the Postgraduate Diploma Program for the Industrial Oral and Maxillofacial Substitution Branch
Higher Dental Diploma in Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthesis (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP502 Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP504 Basic Dental Materials 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMP545 Complete Denture 15 2 4 2 120 4
OMP546 Partial Denture 15 2 4 2 120 4
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP535 Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP522 General Anatomy 15 1 2 2 90 2
OMP508 Applied Dental Materials 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMP547 Occlusion 15 1 – 2 45 1
OMP548 Maxillofacial Prosthesis 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP512 Oral Radiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
Total Credit Hours 30

Postgraduate Diploma program in
pediatric dentistry
Higher Dental Diploma
in Pedodontics (PED500)

Schedule (9.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology(I) Oral Pathology I PED501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I PED502 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology PED503 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Clinical pediatric dentistry (I) Clinical Pedodontics I PED549 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Preventive dentistry Preventive Dentistry PED550 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester of origin and growth of the mouth, face and jaws Oral & Maxillofacial Growth & Development PED551 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Immunology Immunology PED552 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck PED522 2 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Clinical pediatric dentistry (II) Clinical Pedodontics II PED553 4 PED549 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Oral and dental epidemiology Dental Epidemiology PED554 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Oral rays Oral Radiology OMP512 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (9.B): Academic load of postgraduate diploma program for pediatric dentistry Higher Dental Diploma in Pedodontics (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED502 Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED503 Oral Microbiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED549 Clinical Pedodontics I 15 2 4 2 120 4
PED550 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED551 Oral & Maxillofacial Growth & Development 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED552 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED522 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 1 2 2 75 2
PED553 Clinical Pedodontics II 15 2 4 2 120 4
PED554 Pediatric Epidemiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMP512 Oral Radiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Postgraduate Diploma Program in Public Health
and Community Dentistry
Higher Dental Diploma in
Dental Public Health & Community Medicine (DPH500)

Schedule (10.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
Courses Courses Course Code Credit hours Practical theoretical requirement Clinical / Oral field training Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I DPH501 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology DPH503 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Public Health Public Health DPH555 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Introduction to Epidemiology Introduction to Epidemiology DPH556 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Preventive dentistry Preventive Dentistry DPH550 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E500 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The second semester of child psychology Child Psychology DPH557 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Immunology Immunology DPH552 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Oral health for people with special needs Children with Special Health Care Needs DPH558 2 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Oral and dental epidemiology Dental Epidemiology DPH559 4 DPH556 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Occupational health environment Occupational & Environmental Health DPH560 1 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 25, total scores 1250

Schedule (10.B): Academic load of the Postgraduate Diploma Program in Public Health and Community Dentistry
Higher Dental Diploma in Dental Public Health and Community Medicine (Work Load)
First semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH501 Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH503 Oral Microbiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH555 Public Health 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH556 Introduction to Epidemiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH550 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 4 2 120 4
E500 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH557 Child Psychology 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH552 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH558 Children with Special Health Care Needs 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH559 Dental Epidemiology 15 2 4 2 120 4
DPH560 Occupational & Environmental Health 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 25

Secondly,
a clinical master’s degree in the branches of Oral and Clinical Dentistry

Article (31): The scientific specializations of the clinical
master’s in the clinical master’s specializations in clinical dentistry (Table No. 3).
CLINICAL MASTER OF DENTAL SCIENCE (BRANCH) MSc (Clin); (BRANCH)
Clinical master’s degree
m DEGREE Department responsible
1 Oral and maxillofacial surgery ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY (OMS) Oral and Maxillofacial Department
2 Mouth, face and jaw rays ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL RADIOLOGY (OMR) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and Radiology
3 Artificial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHODONTICS (OMP) Industrial replacement department
4 Oral medicine and diagnosis ORAL MEDICINE & DIAGNOSIS (OMD) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and Radiology
5 Gum treatmentPERIODONTOLOGY (REP)
6Proof dental prostheses FIXED PROSTHODONTICS (FPR) Department of crowns and bridges
7 Root treatment ENDODONTICS (END) Root treatment department
8 Pediatric dentistry PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY (PED) Department of Pediatric Dentistry
9 General oral health, dental, and community dentistryDENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH & COMMUNITY DENTISTRY (DPH)
10Orthodontics ORTHODONTICS (ORD) Department of Orthodontics
11 Conservative treatment OPERATIVE DENTISTRY (OPD) Department of Conservative Treatment
12 Dental implants DENTAL IMPLANTOLOGY (IMP) Department of Oral Surgery and Maxillofacial
Department of Oral Medicine and gum treatment and diagnosis and radiology
department Prosthodontics
Department crowns and bridges

13 Aesthetic dentistry COSMETIC DENTISTRY (CSD) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnosis and Radiology
Department of Crowns and Bridges
Department of Conservative Treatment

 

Article (32) registration requirements
1. For enrollment to study a clinical master’s degree, the student must have a Bachelor’s degree in Oral and Dental Medicine from one of the Faculties of Dentistry in the Arab Republic of Egypt or an equivalent degree to it (by the Supreme Council of Universities).
2.That the student has spent the year of compulsory training (excellence), and for international students, practicing the profession or training in one of the medical centers or government hospitals may be considered as a substitute for the year of privilege and the foreign student has the right to apply for a master’s degree directly in the event of spending the concession.
3.The student must have a good general grade for a bachelor’s degree, and a student with a bachelor’s degree with an acceptable grade may apply to study for a professional master’s degree if he obtains a postgraduate diploma in the same field.
4.The approval of the student’s employer on his enrollment to obtain the clinical master’s degree as well as the specialty branch. The approval of the employer is required for the student’s full-time assignment necessary throughout the study period.
5.The student submits an application containing all the required documents in the name of Mr. Prof. Dean of the college during the period stipulated in the bylaw. As for the expatriates, the rules in force by the university’s expatriate management regulations apply..
6.To obtain a clinical master’s degree requires studying credit hours prescribed in the bylaw, with success in all courses with grade C At least and get a minimum GPA(2.44 ).
7.The approval of the relevant department council and the registration is considered from the date of approval of the college council on the final nomination of the departments according to the admission system approved by the college council.
8.Payment of tuition fees, training fees and equipment consumption before the start of the study or according to the specific date announced in the college. Excluding from this condition scholarship students from Egyptians and expatriates, and the payment is for them during the school year and before entering the exam..
9.The registration for registration shall take place during the months of June and July of each year.
Article (33): the duration of the study
1. The study for the clinical master requires a full-time study.
2.The duration of the study is two years, during which compulsory and optional courses are distributed over four semesters of a period of 16 weeks each, and the minimum to obtain a master’s degree is two years..
3.Based on the approval of the Department Council, the College Council may extend the registration for exceptional circumstances for a period of one year only .
Article (34): The academic program
1. The clinical study includes two academic years.
2.Compulsory and elective courses are studied in medical and dental sciences, divided into four semesters (first, second, third and fourth) and the number of credit hours per semester does not exceed (18) credit hours.
3.The duration of studies for each semester is 16 weeks, and the study begins in September for the first and third semesters, and in February for the second and fourth semesters.
4.In interdisciplinary matters, the responsible scientific departments coordinate with each other in teaching courses, setting an exam, and appointing an academic advisor. One of these departments is chosen as the coordinator for this specialization, and that is by a decision of the college council based on the approval of the relevant departments once every three years..
Article (35): Conditions for obtaining a clinical master’s are
required for the student to obtain a clinical master’s degree in one of the branches of clinical dental and oral medicine::
1.The student has to devote himself full-time to study the courses stipulated in these regulations.
2.To follow in an acceptable manner all the courses mentioned in these regulations and allow in special circumstances to accept compulsive excuses within the limits of 25% of the attendance rate after the approval of the College Council.
3.Obtaining a clinical master’s degree requires studying the courses stipulated in the regulations with success in all courses with grade C At least and get a minimum GPA(2.44).
4.To satisfy all operational / clinical requirements satisfactorily (Requirements) These are determined by the department council and the student submits them in his / her operational / clinical requirements booklet (Log Book) The brochure is subject to evaluation by members of the department council, which submits its report to the Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research Affairs, and in the event that the operating manual is approved(Log Book) The student becomes a holder of the degree of practical / clinical requirements (according to the percentage stipulated in Article 36), and the minimum practical requirements (75%) are required to take the exam..
5.A student who has a clinical master’s degree may apply for a master’s degree in specialization, after registering a scientific thesis in the same specialty, after obtaining the approval of the relevant department council..
Article (36): the evaluation system for academic courses
1. The student is required to succeed in all the basic, specialized and elective courses listed in each department’s list of credit hours system. Estimates are calculated according to the percentage obtained by the student in each course..
2.The student is evaluated in each course by the continuous evaluation system, and the student is considered successful in one course if he obtains 60% or more (Appreciation C) In total scores, the score is divided as follows:
(A) Basic and specialized courses that have a practical part and educational requirements:
50%For the theoretical exam
20% For practical / clinical examination and educational requirements (the score is divided equally between the exam and the performance of educational requirements)
20% For the oral examination
10% Assignments of self-learning
(b) Basic, specialized and elective courses that have no practical part and have self-learning requirements:
70%For the theoretical exam
20% For the oral examination
10% Self-learning assignments
3. Each science department specifies criteria for assessing practical skills and self-learning achievements.
Article (37): The examination system
1. The Clinical Exam for the Clinical Master’s Degree is held in January and June of each year.
2.In the case of a student failing in a subject or a set of courses, it is repeated in the subject or group of subjects only, knowing that he must pay additional expenses in order to be able to enter the exam again, and the actual estimate obtained on success.
3.The student is considered to have failed if he is absent from entering the exam or part of it without compulsive excuse accepted by the College Council, according to what is specified in the decisions of the university.
4.A clinical master student is allowed to take the exam if he meets the minimum prescribed percentage (75%) of meeting the exam entry requirements.
5.The student is considered successful in the course if he obtains an estimate (C) At least, provided that each part of the exam (theoretical, oral, or practical) is passed separately at a rate of no less than (50%), otherwise he must repeat the full course of study and exam.
Article (38) grants :
Those who obtain a clinical master’s degree in clinical dental sciences shall be granted an accredited certificate stating the branch of specialization.

Supplement No. (2)
Clinical Master’s degree programs and courses

Clinical Master Program,
Conservative Therapy Branch
Clinical Master in
Operative Dentistry (OPD800)

Schedule (1.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements –
First semester courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Oral Pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OPD801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OPD802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OPD803 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Dental grooming and preventive dentistry Dental Cariology & Preventive Dentistry OPD804 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials OPD805A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OPD806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OPD807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester: Applications of material properties Applied Dental Materials OPD805B 3 OPD805A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Conservative treatment technology (I) Technology of Operative Dentistry I OPD808A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
dishes Occlusion OPD809 1 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Aesthetic dentistry (I) Esthetic Dentistry I OPD810A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I OPD811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (1.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Technology of Conservative Therapy(II) Technology of Operative Dentistry II OPD808B 4 OPD808A 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Clinical conservative treatment (I) Clinical Operative Dentistry I OPD812A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Fourth semester: Clinical Conservative Therapy (II) Clinical Operative Dentistry II OPD812B 5 OPD812A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Aesthetic dentistry (II) Esthetic Dentistry II OPD810B 5 OPD810A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic burden of the Clinical Master Program for Conservative Dental Therapy Branch Clinical Master in Operative Dentistry (Work Load)
Schedule (1.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPD802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 3 3
OPD803 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPD804 Dental Cariology & Preventive Dentistry 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPD805A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
OPD806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OPD807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD805B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
OPD808A Technology of Operative Dentistry I 15 2 2 2 3 3
OPD809 Occlusion 15 1 – 2 45 1
OPD810A Esthetic Dentistry I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPD811 Oral Radiology 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

Schedule (1.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD808B Technology of Operative Dentistry II 15 2 4 2 120 4
OPD812A Clinical Operative Dentistry I 15 2 6 2 150 5
Fourth semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD812B Clinical Operative Dentistry II 15 2 6 2 150 5
OPD810B Esthetic Dentistry II 15 2 6 2 150 5
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20
Clinical Master’s Program in Prosthodontics
Clinical Master in Fixed Prosthodontics (FPR800)

Schedule (2.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I FPR801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I FPR802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Descriptive anatomy of the teeth Human Dental Anatomy FPR813 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials FPR805A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics FPR806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry FPR807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester: Applications of material properties Applied Dental Materials FPR805B 3 FPR805A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Proven dental replacement technology(I) Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics I FPR814A 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
dishes (I) Occlusion I FPR815A 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
Aesthetic dentistry (I) Esthetic Dentistry I FPR816A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I FPR811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (2.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Class
Three Term Semester Proofed Dental Replacement Technology (II) Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics II FPR814B

4 FPR814A 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Prosthodontic replacement (I) Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics I FPR817A 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
dishes (II) Occlusion II FPR815B 1 FPR815A 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The fourth semester of cosmetic dentistry (II) Esthetic Dentistry II FPR816B 3 FPR816A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Prosthodontic replacement (II) Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics II FPR817B 4 FPR817A 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Dental implants Dental Implants FPR818 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic Burden of Clinical Master’s Program in Prosthodontic Replacement Clinical Master in Fixed Prosthodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (2.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR813 Human Dental Anatomy 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR805A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
FPR806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
FPR807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR805B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
FPR814A Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics I 15 2 4 2 120 4
FPR815A Occlusion I 15 1 – 2 45 1
FPR816A Esthetic Dentistry I 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR811 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (2.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR814B Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics II 15 2 4 2 120 4
FPR817A Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics I 15 2 4 2 120 4
FPR815B Occlusion II 15 1 – 2 45 1
Fourth semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR816B Esthetic Dentistry II 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR817B Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics II 15 2 4 2 120 4
FPR818 Dental Implants 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s program
in root treatment
Clinical Master in
Endodontics (END800)

Schedule (3.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I END801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I END802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck END819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology END803 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials END805A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics END806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry END807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of immunology Immunology END820 2 END803 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Material properties applications Applied Dental Materials END805B 3 END805A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Basics of root treatment (I) Principles of Endodontics I END821A 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology END822 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I END811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (3.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Fundamentals of Root Therapy (II) Principles of Endodontics II END821B 4 END821A 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Clinical root treatment (I) Clinical Endodontics I END823A 6 – 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
The fourth semester, Clinical Radical Therapy (II) Clinical Endodontics II END823B 6 END823A 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
Introduction to the surgical microscope Introduction to Surgical Endodontics END824 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Study load for the Clinical Master Program in Radical Therapy Master Degree in Endodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (3.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
END802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
END819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
END803 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
END805A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
END806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
END807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END820 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
END805B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
END821A Principles of Endodontics I 15 1 2 2 75 2
END822 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
END811 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (3.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END821B Principles of Endodontics II 15 2 4 2 120 4
END823A Clinical Endodontics I 15 3 6 2 165 6
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
END823B Clinical Endodontics II 15 3 6 2 165 15
END824 Introduction to Surgical Endodontics 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s Program
in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Clinical Master in
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
(OMS800)

Schedule (4.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OMS801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Diagnosis of oral diseases Oral Diagnosis OMS825 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OMS819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiologyOral Microbiology OMS803 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
General physiology General Physiology OMS826 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OMS806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OMS807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OMS801B 3 OMS801A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology OMS820 2 OMS803 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
General surgery, nose and ear General Surgery & ENT OMS827 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Dental implants Dental Implants OMS828 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology OMS822 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I OMS811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (4.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit hours Requirements Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam time Degree
Third semester Local and general anesthesia Local & General Anesthesia OMS829 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
mouth surgery (I) Oral Surgery I OMS830A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Maxillofacial surgery (I) Maxillofacial Surgery I OMS831A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Fourth semester oral surgery (II) Oral Surgery II OMS830B 5 OMS830A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Maxillofacial surgery (II) Maxillofacial Surgery II OMS831B 3 OMS831A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the clinical master’s program in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery Clinical Master in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (Work Load)
Schedule (4.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMS825 Oral Diagnosis 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 3 3
OMS803 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS826 General Physiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMS806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMS807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS801B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMS820 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMS827 General Surgery & ENT 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS828 Dental Implants 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS822 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS811 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

Schedule (4.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS829 Local & General Anesthesia 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMS830A Oral Surgery I 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMS831A Maxillofacial Surgery I 15 2 2 2 90 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
OMS830B Oral Surgery I 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMS831B Maxillofacial Surgery I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

 

Clinical Master’s Program
in Oral Medicine
Clinical Master in
Oral Medicine (OMD800)

Schedule (5.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OMD802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OMD819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OMD803 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biochemistry Biochemistry OMD832 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Internal and skin diseases General Medicine & Dermatology OMD833 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OMD806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OMD807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OMD801B 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OMD802B 3 OMD802A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology OMD820 2 OMD803 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Human geneticsHuman Genetics OMD834 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology OMD822 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I OMD811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores, 1500
schedules (5.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree Class Three Semester Clinical
Diagnosis and Treatment Plan (I) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I OMD835A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral medicine (I) Oral Medicine I OMD836A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Maxillofacial rays Maxillofacial Imaging OMD837 3 OMD811 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
The fourth semester is a clinical diagnosis and treatment plan (II) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II OMD835B 3 OMD835A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral medicine (II) Oral Medicine II OMD836B 5 OMD836A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the clinical master’s program in oral medicine Clinical Master in Oral Medicine (Work Load)
Schedule (5.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD803 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD832 Biochemistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
OMD833 General Medicine & Dermatology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMD807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD801B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD802B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD820 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMD834 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMD822 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD811 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

Schedule (5.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD835A Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD836A Oral Medicine I 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMD837 Maxillofacial Imaging 15 2 2 2 90 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
OMD835B Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD836B Oral Medicine I 15 2 6 2 150 5
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s Program
in Periodontal Therapy
Clinical Master in
Periodontology (PER800)

Schedule (6.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I PER801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I PER802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck PER819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology PER803 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Clinical diagnosis and treatment plan (I) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I PER838A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics PER806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry PER807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II PER801B 3 PER801A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology PER820 2 PER803 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Human genetics Human Genetics PER834 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology PER822 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I PER811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (6.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Dental Implants(I) Dental Implants I PER839A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Gum disease Periodontology PER840A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Maxillofacial rays Maxillofacial Imaging PER837 3 OMD811 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
The fourth semester of dental implants (II) Dental Implants II PER839B 3 PER839A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Gum treatments and surgeries Periodontics PER840B 5 PER840A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic burden of the clinical master’s program in periodontal treatment Clinical Master in Periodontology (Work Load)
Schedule (6.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER803 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
PER838A Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
PER807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER801B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER820 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
PER834 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
PER822 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
PER811 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (6.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER839A Dental Implants I 15 2 2 2 3 3
PER840A Periodontology 15 2 6 2 150 5
PER837 Maxillofacial Imaging 15 2 2 2 90 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
PER839B Dental Implants II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER840B Periodontics 15 2 6 2 150 5
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical master’s program in
oral, maxillofacial radiology
Clinical Master in
Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology
(OMR800)

Schedule (7.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OMR801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OMR802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OMR819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
The physical foundations of rays Radiation Physics OMR841 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OMR806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OMR807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology(II) Oral Pathology II OMR801B 3 OMR801A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OMR802B 3 OMR802A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology OMR820 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Radiology biology and protection methods Radiation Biology & Protection OMR842 2 OMR758 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 25, total scores 1250

Schedule (7.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree Class Three Semester Clinical
Diagnosis and Treatment Plan (I) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I OMR838A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Maxillofacial rays (I) Current Maxillofacial Imaging I OMR843A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Laser applications in dentistry Laser Applications in Dentistry OMR844 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
The fourth semester of clinical diagnosis and treatment plan (II) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II OMR838B 3 OMR838A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Maxillofacial rays (II) Current Maxillofacial Imaging II OMR843B 5 OMR843A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic burden of the clinical master’s program in oral, maxillofacial Clinical Master in Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology (Work Load)
Schedule (7.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR841 Radiation Physics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR801B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR802B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR820 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR842 Radiation Biology & Protection 15 2 – 2 60 2
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 25

 

Schedule (7.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR838A Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR843A Maxillofacial Imaging I 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMR844 Laser Applications in Dentistry 15 3 – 2 75 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
OMR838B Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR843B Maxillofacial Imaging II 15 2 6 2 150 5
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s Program in Artificial Oral and Maxillofacial Replacement
Clinical Master in
Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthesis
(OMP800)

Schedule (8.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OMP802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OMP819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OMP803 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials OMP805A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Full industrial replacement (I) Basic Complete Denture (1) OMP845A 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OMP806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OMP807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester is the complete industrial replacement (II) Basic Complete Denture (II) OMP845B 2 OMP845A 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Partial industrial replacement Basic Partial Denture OMP846 2 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Material properties applications Applied Dental Materials OMP805B 3 OMP805A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Introduction to dental implantology Basic Dental Implantology OMP847 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
dishes Occlusion OMP848 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Oral rays Oral Radiology OMP811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (8.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Full Industrial Replacement Complete Denture OMP849 5 OMP845B 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Dental prosthesis and implants Overdenture & Dental Implants OMP850 5 OMP764 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Fourth semester, artificial replacement of the face and jaws Maxillofacial Prosthesis OMP851 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Partial industrial replacement Partial Denture OMP852 5 OMP847 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic burden of the clinical master’s program in artificial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws Clinical Master in Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthesis (Work Load)
Schedule (8.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP803 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMP805A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
OMP845A Basic Complete Denture (1) 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMP806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMP807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP845B Basic Complete Denture (II) 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMP846 Basic Partial Denture 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMP805B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
OMP847 Basic Dental Implantology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMP848 Occlusion 15 1 – 2 45 1
OMP811 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (8.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP849 Complete Denture 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMP850 Overdenture & Dental Implants 15 2 6 2 150 5
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
OMP851 Maxillofacial Prosthesis 15 2 4 2 120 4
OMP852 Partial Denture 15 2 6 2 150 5
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s Program
in Orthodontics
Clinical Master in Orthodontics
(ORD800)

Schedule (9.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I ORD802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck ORD819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials ORD805A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Origination and growth of the mouth, face and jaws Oral & Maxillofacial Growth & Development ORD853 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Pre-clinical calendar Preclinical Orthodontics ORD854 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
BiostatisticsBiomedical Statistics ORD806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry ORD807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester, orthoses Orthodontic Appliances ORD855 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Human genetics Human Genetics ORD834 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Orthodontic diagnosis Orthodontic Diagnosis ORD856 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Specialized research Comprehensive Orthodontics ORD857 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Oral rays Oral Radiology ORD811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (9.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Plan Orthodontic Diagnosis & Treatment Planning ORD858 4 ORD856 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Clinical calendar (I) Clinical Orthodontics I ORD859A 6 ORD854 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
The fourth semester of the clinical calendar (II) Clinical Orthodontics II ORD859B 6 ORD859A 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
dishes Occlusion ORD860 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the clinical master’s program in orthodontics Clinical Master in Orthodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (9.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
ORD802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
ORD819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
ORD805A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
ORD853 Oral & Maxillofacial Growth & Development 15 2 – 2 60 2
ORD854 Preclinical Orthodontics 15 2 2 2 90 3
ORD806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
ORD807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
ORD855 Orthodontic Appliances 15 2 – 2 60 2
ORD834 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
ORD856 Orthodontic Diagnosis 15 2 2 2 90 3
ORD857 Comprehensive Orthodontics 15 2 – 2 60 2
ORD811 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (9.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
ORD858 Orthodontic Diagnosis & Treatment Planning 15 2 4 2 120 4
ORD859A Clinical Orthodontics I 15 2 8 2 180 6
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
ORD859B Clinical Orthodontics II 15 2 8 2 180 6
ORD860 Occlusion 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s Program
in Pediatric Dentistry
Clinical Master in
Pediatric Dentistry (PED800)

Schedule (10.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I PED801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I PED802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck PED819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology PED803 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics PED806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry PED807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II PED801B 3 PED801A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II PED802B 3 PED802A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Human genetics Human Genetics PED834 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Introduction to pediatric dentistry Introduction to Pedodontics PED861 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Oral rays Oral Radiology PED811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (10.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (I) Clinical Pedodontics I PED862A 6 PED861 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
Oral and Dental Epidemiology (for children) Pediatric Epidemiology PED863 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Pediatrics Pediatric Medicine PED864 2 – 70 – – 20 10 100
The fourth semester of Clinical Child Dentistry (II) Clinical Pedodontics II PED862A 6 PED862A 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
Preventive dentistry Preventive Dentistry PED865 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the clinical master’s program in pediatric dentistry Clinical Master in Pediatric Dentistry (Work Load)
Schedule (10.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED803 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
PED806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED801B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED802B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED834 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED861 Introduction to Pedodontics 15 2 4 2 120 4
PED811 Oral Radiology 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (10.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED862A Clinical Pedodontics I 15 2 8 2 180 6
PED863 Pediatric Epidemiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED864 Pediatric Medicine 15 2 – 2 60 2
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
PED862A Clinical Pedodontics II 15 2 8 2 180 6
PED865 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s Program in Oral and Dental Health
Clinical Master in
Dental Public Health (DPH800)

Schedule (11.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I DPH801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I DPH802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology DPH803 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
forensic Medicine Forensic Medicine DPH866 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics DPH806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry DPH807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II DPH801B 3 DPH801A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II DPH802B 3 DPH802A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General hygiene Public Health DPH867 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Oral rays Oral Radiology DPH811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 25, total scores 1250

Schedule (11.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit hours Academic requirement Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam time Degree
Third semester General health of the mouth and teeth Dental Public Health DPH868 3 DPH783 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Oral and dental epidemiology(I) Dental
Epidemiology (I) DPH869A 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Oral and dental educational planning (field studies) Field Studies in Dental Educational Planning DPH870 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 50 – 50 25 250
The fourth semester of the epidemiology of mouth and teeth(II) Dental
Epidemiology (II) DPH869B 4 DPH869A 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Preventive dentistry Preventive Dentistry DPH865 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the clinical master’s program in Oral and Dental Public Health Clinical Master in Dental Public Health (Work Load)
Schedule (11.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH803 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
DPH866 Forensic Medicine 15 1 2 2 75 2
DPH806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH801B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH802B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH867 Public Health 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH811 Oral Radiology 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 25

 

Schedule (11.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH868 Dental Public Health 15 3 – 2 75 3
DPH869A Dental Epidemiology (I) 15 2 4 2 120 4
DPH870 Field Studies in Dental Educational Planning 15 2 6 2 150 5
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
DPH869B Dental Epidemiology (II) 15 2 4 2 120 4
DPH865 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s Program
in Dental Implants
Clinical Master in
Dental Implantology (IMP800)

Schedule (12.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I IMP802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Material properties knowledge (I) Basic Dental Materials IMP805A 3 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck IMP819 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General physiology General Physiology IMP826 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics IMP806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry IMP807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester, oral histology (II) Oral Histology II IMP802B 3 IMP802A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Material properties knowledge (II) Applied Dental Materials IMP805B 3 IMP805A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Dental implant treatment plan Surgical Planning for Dental Implants IMP871 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
dishes Occlusion IMP872 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
pharmacology Pharmacology IMP822 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays Oral Radiology IMP811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (12.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Dental Implants (Oral Surgery) Surgical Procedures for Dental Implants IMP873 6 – 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
Maxillofacial rays Maxillofacial Imaging IMP837 3 IMP811 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Dental implants (industrial fixtures) (I) Prosthetic Considerations of Dental Implants (I) IMP874A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
The fourth semester of dental implants (industrial fixtures) (II) Prosthetic Considerations of Dental Implants (II) IMP874B 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Dental implants (periodontal treatment) Soft Tissue Considerations of Dental Implants IMP875 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic burden of clinical master’s program in implantology Clinical Master in Dental Implantology (Work Load)
Schedule (12.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
IMP802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
IMP805A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
IMP819 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 3 3
IMP826 General Physiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
IMP806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
IMP807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
IMP802B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
IMP805B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
IMP871 Surgical Planning for Dental Implants 15 1 2 2 75 3
IMP872 Occlusion 15 1 – 2 45 1
IMP822 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
IMP811 Oral Radiology 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (12.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
IMP873 Surgical Procedures for Dental Implants 15 2 8 2 180 6
IMP837 Maxillofacial Imaging 15 2 2 2 90 3
IMP874A Prosthetic Considerations of Dental Implants (I) 15 2 2 2 90 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
IMP874B Prosthetic Considerations of Dental Implants (II) 15 2 2 2 90 3
IMP875 Soft Tissue Considerations of Dental Implants 15 2 4 2 120 4
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Clinical Master’s program in
cosmetic dentistry
Clinical Master in Cosmetic Dentistry (ESD800)

Schedule (13.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I CSD801A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology(I) Oral Histology I CSD802A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Dental grooming and preventive dentistry Dental Cariology & Preventive Dentistry CSD804 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials CSD805A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics CSD806 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry CSD807 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester is the science of the properties of materials (II) Applied Dental Materials CSD805B 3 ESD805A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Conservative treatment technology Technology of Operative Dentistry CSD876 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Proven dental replacement technology Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics CSD877 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
dishes (I) Occlusion I CSD815A 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
Oral rays Oral Radiology CSD811 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (13.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree Class Three Semester Clinical
Diagnosis and Treatment Plan Diagnosis & Treatment Planning CSD878 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Aesthetic dental rehabilitation (I) Comprehensive Esthetic Dentistry (I) CSD879A 6 – 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
The fourth semester of cosmetic dental rehabilitation (II) Comprehensive Esthetic Dentistry (II) CSD879B 6 – 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
Gum treatments and surgeries Periodontics CSD840B 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E800 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the clinical master’s program in cosmetic dentistry Clinical Master in Cosmetic Dentistry (Work Load)
Schedule (13.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
CSD801A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
CSD802A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
CSD804 Dental Cariology & Preventive Dentistry 15 1 2 2 75 2
CSD805A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
CSD806 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
CSD807 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
CSD805B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
CSD876 Technology of Operative Dentistry 15 2 4 2 120 4
CSD877 Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics 15 2 4 2 120 4
CSD815A Occlusion I 15 1 – 2 45 1
CSD811 Oral Radiology 15 2 2 2 90 3
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (13.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
CSD878 Diagnosis & Treatment Planning 15 2 2 2 90 3
CSD879A Comprehensive Esthetic Dentistry (I) 15 2 8 2 180 6
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
CSD879B Comprehensive Esthetic Dentistry (II) 15 2 8 2 180 6
CSD840B Periodontics 15 2 4 2 120 4
E800 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

 

Thirdly,
Master’s degree in Oral and Dental Sciences

Article (39) Academic specializations for the Master’s
degree, Master’s degree specializations in Dental Sciences (Table No. 4)
MASTER OF DENTAL SCIENCE (BRANCH) MSc .; (BRANCH)
Master’s degree,
M-degree DEGREE Department responsible
1 Oral and maxillofacial surgery ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY (OMS) Oral and Maxillofacial Department
2 Mouth, face and jaw rays ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL RADIOLOGY (OMR) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and Radiology
3 Artificial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHODONTICS (OMP) Industrial replacement department
4 Oral medicine and diagnosis ORAL MEDICINE & DIAGNOSIS (OMD) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and Radiology
5 Gum treatmentPERIODONTOLOGY (PER)
6Proof dental prostheses FIXED PROSTHODONTICS (FPR) Department of crowns and bridges
7 Root treatment ENDODONTICS (END) Root treatment department
8 Pediatric dentistry PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY (PED) Department of Pediatric Dentistry
9 General oral health, dental, and community dentistryDENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH & COMMUNITY DENTISTRY (DPH)
10Orthodontics ORTHODONTICS (ORD) Department of Orthodontics
11 Conservative treatment RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY (OPD) Department of Conservative Treatment
12 Oral and maxillofacial pathology ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL PATHOLOGY (OPA) Department of Oral Pathology
13 Oral biology ORAL BIOLOGY (OBI) Oral Biology Department
14 Biomedical materials in dentistry DENTAL BIOMATERIALS (DBM) Biological Resources Department,
Article (40): Registration Requirements
1. For enrollment to study for a master’s degree, the student must have a Bachelor’s degree in Oral and Dental Medicine from one of the Faculties of Dentistry in the Arab Republic of Egypt or an equivalent degree to it (by the Supreme Council of Universities).
2.That the student has spent the year of compulsory training (excellence), and for international students, practicing the profession or training in one of the medical centers or government hospitals may be considered as a substitute for the year of privilege and the foreign student has the right to apply for a master’s degree directly in the event of spending the concession.
3.The student must have a good general grade for a bachelor’s degree, and a student with a bachelor’s degree with an acceptable grade may apply to study for a master’s degree if he obtains a Postgraduate Diploma in the same field.
4.The approval of the student’s employer on his enrollment to obtain a master’s degree, as well as on the specialization branch. The approval of the employer is required on the student’s full-time assignment required throughout the study period.
5.The student submits an application containing all the required documents in the name of Mr. Prof. Dean of the college during the period stipulated in the bylaw. As for the expatriates, the rules in force by the university’s expatriate management regulations apply..
6.To obtain a master’s degree requires studying credit hours determined by the regulations, with success in all courses with appreciation C At least, obtain a cumulative average of no less than (2.44), and conduct academic and applied research through an integrated scientific thesis estimated at the equivalent of (20) credit hours.
7.Pass the English proficiency test as a university requirement to register for the degree, local TOEFL (TOEFL) At least four hundred and fifty (450) degrees or the equivalent (IELET) At least (7) degrees, and the validity of this certificate will be for one calendar year, during which the applicant applies for registration.
8.For international students, a certificate of proficiency in the English language may be presented within one year of enrollment for the degree.
9.The approval of the relevant department council and the registration is considered from the date of approval of the college council on the final nomination of the departments according to the admission system approved by the college council.
10.Payment of tuition fees, training fees and equipment consumption before the start of the study or according to the specific date announced in the college. Excluding from this condition scholarship students from Egyptians and expatriates, and the payment is for them during the school year and before entering the exam..
11.Teaching assistants and doctors residing in the college are exempted from the tuition fees, as well as employees of Ain Shams University Hospitals or those who are decided to be exempted in whole or in part by the college or university council in accordance with their respective agreements in this regard..
12.The registration for registration shall take place during the months of June and July of each year.
Article (41): Duration of study
1. The minimum period of study is two years divided into four semesters, and the maximum degree for obtaining the degree is not more than three years, with the exception of the specialties of orthodontics and oral, maxillofacial surgery, so the maximum grant of the degree is four years.
2.For a full-time student to study, the study period is two years, compulsory and elective courses are divided into four semesters, each of (16) weeks duration, and the minimum to obtain a master’s degree is two years.
3.For a part-time student, partly to study, the period of study is three years, mandatory and elective courses are divided into six semesters, each of (16) weeks duration, and the minimum to obtain a master’s degree is three years.
4.As for the Master of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery branch, the beginning of the study will be after one year of registration, during which the student will pass a clinical training in Ain Shams University Hospitals or any recognized educational hospital inside Egypt.
5.The College Council, upon the request of the main supervisor, may extend the registration for exceptional circumstances for a period of one year only .
Article (42): The academic program
first: The student who is fully dedicated to study:
The master’s degree includes two academic years.
•Compulsory and elective courses are studied in medical and dental sciences, divided into four semesters (first, second, third and fourth) and the number of credit hours per semester does not exceed (18) credit hours.
•The duration of studies for each semester is 16 weeks, and the study begins in September for the first and third semesters, and in February for the second and fourth semesters .
Second: A part-time student partly to study:
•The master’s study includes three academic years.
•Compulsory and elective courses are studied in medical and dental sciences, divided into six semesters, and the number of credit hours per semester does not exceed (12) credit hours.
•Duration of study for each semester is 16 weeks, and study starts in September for the first, third and fifth semesters, and in February for the second, fourth and sixth semester.
•A part-time student is required to follow, in an acceptable manner, the academic schedule at least one day per week or fifteen days over the course of one semester.
Article (43): Conditions for obtaining a master’s degree: For the
student to obtain a master’s degree in one of the branches of Oral and Dental Medicine, the following is required::
1.The student has to devote himself full-time to study the courses stipulated in these regulations.
2.To follow in an acceptable manner all the courses mentioned in these regulations and allow in special circumstances to accept compulsive excuses within the limits of 25% of the attendance rate after the approval of the College Council.
3.Obtaining a master’s degree requires studying the courses stipulated in the bylaw with success in all courses with appreciation C At least and get a minimum GPA(2.44).
4.To satisfy all operational / clinical requirements satisfactorily (Requirements) These are determined by the department council and the student submits them in his / her operational / clinical requirements booklet (Log Book) The brochure is subject to evaluation by members of the department council, which submits its report to the Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research Affairs, and in the event that the operating manual is approved(Log Book) The student becomes a holder of the degree of practical / clinical requirements (according to the percentage stipulated in Article 32), and the minimum practical requirements (75%) are required to take the exam..
5.Preparing a scientific thesis within the research plan of the college on a topic determined by the department council and allowing the student to register the subject of the thesis after successfully passing all the decisions and requirements of the first semester. The student is also allowed to discuss the thesis after a full year has passed as a minimum as of the date of approval of the college council to register the thesis project.
6.After discussing the thesis, the student gets the equivalent of (20) credit hours.
Article (44 ): the evaluation system for academic courses
1. The student is required to succeed in all the basic, specialized and elective courses listed in each department’s list of credit hours system. Estimates are calculated according to the percentage obtained by the student in each course..
2.The student is evaluated in each course by the continuous evaluation system, and the student is considered successful in one course if he obtains 60% or more (Appreciation C) In total scores, the score is divided as follows:
(A) Basic and specialized courses that have a practical part and educational requirements:
50%For the theoretical exam
20% For practical / clinical examination and educational requirements (the score is divided equally between the exam and the performance of educational requirements)
20% For the oral examination
10% Assignments of self-learning
(b) Basic, specialized and elective courses that have no practical part and have self-learning requirements:
70%For the theoretical exam
20% For the oral examination
10% Self-learning assignments
3. Each science department specifies criteria for assessing practical skills and self-learning achievements.

Article (45) Examination system
In addition to what is stipulated in Article (9) of these regulations, the examination system for the Master’s degree courses is as follows::
•The semester examination for a master’s degree is held in January and June every year.
•In the case of a student failing in a subject or a set of courses, it is repeated in the subject or group of subjects only, knowing that he must pay additional expenses in order to be able to enter the exam again, and the actual estimate obtained on success.
•The student is considered to have failed if he is absent from entering the exam or part of it without compulsive excuse accepted by the College Council, according to what is specified in the decisions of the university.
•The master student is allowed to enter the exam if it meets the minimum prescribed percentage (75%) of fulfilling the requirements to enter the exam and he must pass all the courses stipulated in the regulations successfully, or write off his registration.
•The student is considered successful in the course if he obtains an estimate (C) At least, provided that each part of the exam (theoretical, oral, or practical) is passed separately at a rate of no less than (50%), otherwise he must repeat the full course of study and exam.
Article (46) grants :
Those who obtain a master’s degree in dental science are granted an accredited certificate showing the branch of specialization and the title of the thesis.

Supplement No. (3)
Masters degree programs and courses

Master Program in Oral Biology
Master Degree in
Oral Biology (OBI700)

Schedule (1.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OBI701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OBI702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General histology General Histology OBI703 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OBI704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OBI705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OBI706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OBI707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OBI701B 3 OBI701A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OBI702B 3 OBI702A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology OBI708 2 OBI705 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Human genetics Human Genetics OBI709 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Histochemistry Laboratory Technology Histochemistry & Immunohistochemistry Laboratory Technology OBI710 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (1.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Oral Physiology Oral Physiology OBI711 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Descriptive anatomy of the teeth Human Dental Anatomy OBI712 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 50 – 50 25 250
Electronic microscope Electron Microscopy OBI713 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
The fourth semester of advanced oral histology Advanced Oral Histology OBI714 5 OBI702B 1 2 Hours 125 50 – 50 25 250
Embryology for the mouth, face and jaws Oral & Maxillofacial Embryology OBI715 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Comparative descriptive anatomy Comparative Dental Anatomy OBI716 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the Master program in Oral Biology Master Degree in Oral Biology (Work Load)
Schedule (1.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OBI701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OBI702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OBI703 General Histology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OBI704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
OBI705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OBI706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OBI707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OBI701B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OBI702B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OBI708 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OBI709 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OBI710 Histochemistry & Immunohistochemistry Laboratory Technology 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (1.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OBI711 Oral Physiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OBI712 Human Dental Anatomy 15 3 4 2 135 5
OBI713 Electron Microscopy 15 2 2 2 90 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OBI714 Advanced Oral Histology 15 3 4 2 135 5
OBI715 Oral & Maxillofacial Embryology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OBI716 Comparative Dental Anatomy 15 2 – 2 60 2
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Master Program in Oral and Maxillofacial Diseases

Master Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology (OPA700)

Schedule (2.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OPA701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OPA702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General pathology General Pathology OPA717 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OPA704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OPA705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OPA706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OPA707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OPA701B 3 OPA701A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OPA702B 3 OPA702A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Electronic microscope Electron Microscopy OPA718 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I OPA719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (2.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit hours Academic requirement Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam time Degree
Third semester Innovations in oral pathology Advanced Oral Pathology OPA720 6 OPA701B 1 2 Hours 150 60 – 60 30 300
Maxillofacial rays Maxillofacial Imaging OPA721 4 OPA719 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Immunology Immunology OPA722 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
The fourth semester of pathology of the face and jaws Maxillofacial Pathology OPA723 5 OPA720 1 2 Hours 125 50 – 50 25 250
Human genetics Human Genetics OPA724 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Optional courseElective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the MA program in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Master Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology (Work Load)
Schedule (2.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPA701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPA702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPA717 General Pathology 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPA704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPA705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPA706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OPA707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPA701B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPA702B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPA718 Electron Microscopy 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPA719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (2.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPA720 Advanced Oral Pathology 15 3 6 2 165 6
OPA721 Maxillofacial Imaging 15 2 4 2 120 4
OPA722 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
Fourth semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPA723 Maxillofacial Pathology 15 3 4 2 135 5
OPA724 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Master program in Biomedical
Dentistry
Master Degree in Dental Biomaterials (DBM700)

Schedule (3.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology
Course First Term Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Oral Histology (I) Oral Histology I DBM702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology DBM705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials DBM725A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics DBM706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry DBM707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester, oral histology (II) Oral Histology II DBM702B 3 DBM702A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Material properties applications Applied Dental Materials DBM725B 3 DBM725A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Material testing Material Testing DBM726 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Immunology Immunology DBM708 2 DBM705 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I DBM719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 25, total scores 1250

Schedule (3.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree Class
Three Semester Basics of Polymers Fundamentals of Polymers DBM727 4 DBM725B 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
The basics of pottery Fundamentals of Ceramics DBM728 5 DBM725B 1 2 Hours 125 50 – 50 25 250
The fourth semester is the basics of minerals Fundamentals of Metals DBM729 5 DBM725B 1 2 Hours 125 50 – 50 25 250
Basics of resins Fundamentals of Composites DBM730 5 DBM725B 1 2 Hours 125 50 – 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the Master in Biomedical Medicine program Master Degree in Dental Biomaterials (Work Load)
Schedule (3.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DBM702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
DBM705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 90 2
DBM725A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
DBM706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
DBM707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DBM702B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
DBM725B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
DBM726 Material Testing 15 2 – 2 60 2
DBM708 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
DBM719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 25

 

Schedule (3.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DBM727 Fundamentals of Polymers 15 3 2 2 90 4
DBM728 Fundamentals of Ceramics 15 3 4 2 135 5
Fourth semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DBM729 Fundamentals of Metals 15 3 4 2 135 5
DBM730 Fundamentals of Composites 15 3 4 2 135 5
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Master in Conservative Therapy Program
Master Degree in
Operative Dentistry (OPD700)

Schedule (4.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Exam and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology
Course First Term Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Oral Pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OPD701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OPD702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OPD705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Dental grooming and preventive dentistry Dental Cariology & Preventive Dentistry OPD731 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials OPD725A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OPD706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OPD707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester: Applications of material properties Applied Dental Materials OPD725B 3 OPD725A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Conservative treatment technology (I) Technology of Operative Dentistry I OPD732A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
dishes Occlusion OPD733 1 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Aesthetic dentistry (I) Esthetic Dentistry I OPD734A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I OPD719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores, 1500
schedules (4.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Technology of Conservative Therapy (II) Technology of Operative Dentistry II OPD732B 4 OPD732A 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Clinical conservative treatment (I) Clinical Operative Dentistry I OPD735A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Fourth semester: Clinical Conservative Therapy (II) Clinical Operative Dentistry II OPD735B 5 OPD735A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Aesthetic dentistry (II) Esthetic Dentistry II OPD734B 5 OPD734A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic burden of the Master program for conservative dental treatment Master Degree in Operative Dentistry (Work Load)
Schedule (4.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPD702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 3 3
OPD705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPD731 Dental Cariology & Preventive Dentistry 15 1 2 2 75 2
OPD725A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
OPD706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OPD707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD725B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
OPD732A Technology of Operative Dentistry I 15 2 2 2 3 3
OPD733 Occlusion 15 1 – 2 45 1
OPD734A Esthetic Dentistry I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPD719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

Schedule (4.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD732B Technology of Operative Dentistry II 15 2 4 2 120 4
OPD735A Clinical Operative Dentistry I 15 2 6 2 150 5
Fourth semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD735B Clinical Operative Dentistry II 15 2 6 2 150 5
OPD734B Esthetic Dentistry II 15 2 6 2 150 5
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20
Proof of Prosthodontics
Master Degree in Fixed Prosthodontics (FPR700)

Schedule (5.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I FPR701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I FPR702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Descriptive anatomy of the teeth Human Dental Anatomy FPR736 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials FPR725A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics FPR706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry FPR707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester: Applications of material properties Applied Dental Materials FP R725B 3 FPR725A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Proven dental replacement technology (I) Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics I FPR737A 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
dishes (I) Occlusion I FPR738A 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
Aesthetic dentistry (I) Esthetic Dentistry I FPR739A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I FP R719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (5.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Class
Three Term Semester Proofed Dental Replacement Technology (II) Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics II FPR737B 4 FPR737A 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Prosthodontic replacement (I) Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics I FPR740A 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
dishes (II) Occlusion II FPR738B 1 FPR738A 1 2 Hours 35 – 10 5 50
The fourth semester of cosmetic dentistry (II) Esthetic Dentistry II FPR739B 3 FPR739A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Prosthodontic replacement (II) Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics II FPR740B 4 FPR740A 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Dental implants Dental Implants FPR741 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Study load for the proven Prosthodontics replacement program Master Degree in Fixed Prosthodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (5.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR736 Human Dental Anatomy 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR725A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
FPR706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
FPR707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FP R725B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
FPR737A Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics I 15 2 4 2 120 4
FPR738A Occlusion I 15 1 – 2 45 1
FPR739A Esthetic Dentistry I 15 2 2 2 90 3
FP R719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (5.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR737B Technology of Fixed Prosthodontics II 15 2 4 2 120 4
FPR740A Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics I 15 2 4 2 120 4
FPR738B Occlusion II 15 1 – 2 45 1
Fourth semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR739B Esthetic Dentistry II 15 2 2 2 90 3
FPR740B Clinical Fixed Prosthodontics II 15 2 4 2 120 4
FPR741 Dental Implants 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

 

Root Canal Master Program
Master Degree in
Endodontics (END700)

Schedule (6.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I END701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I END702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck END704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology END705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials END725A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics END706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry END707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of immunology Immunology END708 2 END705 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Material properties applications Applied Dental Materials END725B 3 END725A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Basics of root treatment (I) Principles of Endodontics I END742A 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology END743 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I END719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (6.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Fundamentals of Root Therapy (II) Principles of Endodontics II END742B 4 END742A 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Clinical root treatment (I) Clinical Endodontics I END744A 6 – 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
The fourth semester, Clinical Radical Therapy (II) Clinical Endodontics II END744B 6 END744A 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
Introduction to the surgical microscope Introduction to Surgical Endodontics END745 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional courseElective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the master’s program in Radical Therapy Master Degree in Endodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (6.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
END702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
END704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
END705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
END725A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
END706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
END707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END708 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
END725B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
END742A Principles of Endodontics I 15 1 2 2 75 2
END743 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
END719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

Schedule (6.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END742B Principles of Endodontics II 15 2 4 2 120 4
END744A Clinical Endodontics I 15 3 6 2 165 6
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
END744B Clinical Endodontics II 15 3 6 2 165 15
END745 Introduction to Surgical Endodontics 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Master Program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Master Degree in
Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
(OMS700)

Schedule (7.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OMS701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Diagnosis of oral diseases Oral Diagnosis OMS746 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OMS704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OMS705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
General physiology General Physiology OMS747 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OMS706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OMS707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OMS701B 3 OMS701A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology OMS708 2 OMS705 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
General surgery, nose and ear General Surgery & ENT OMS748 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Dental implants Dental Implants OMS749 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology OMS743 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays(I) Oral Radiology I OMS719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (7.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit hours Requirements Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam time Degree
Third semester Local and general anesthesia Local & General Anesthesia OMS750 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
mouth surgery (I) Oral Surgery I OMS751A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Maxillofacial surgery (I) Maxillofacial Surgery I OMS752A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Fourth semester oral surgery (II) Oral Surgery II OMS751B 5 OMS751A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Maxillofacial surgery (II) Maxillofacial Surgery II OMS752B 3 OMS752A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the Master’s program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Master Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (Work Load)
Schedule (7.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMS746 Oral Diagnosis 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 3 3
OMS705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS747 General Physiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMS706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMS707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS701B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMS708 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMS748 General Surgery & ENT 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS749 Dental Implants 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS743 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMS719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (7.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS750 Local & General Anesthesia 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMS751A Oral Surgery I 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMS752A Maxillofacial Surgery I 15 2 2 2 90 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
OMS751B Oral Surgery I 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMS752B Maxillofacial Surgery I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

 

Master of Oral Medicine Program
Master Degree in
Oral Medicine (OMD700)

Schedule (8.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral histology(I) Oral Histology I OMD702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OMD704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OMD705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biochemistry Biochemistry OMD753 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Internal and skin diseases General Medicine & Dermatology OMD754 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OMD706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OMD707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OMD701B 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OMD702B 3 OMD702A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology OMD708 2 OMD705 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Human genetics Human Genetics OMD709 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology OMD743 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I OMD719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores, 1500
schedules (8.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree Class Three Semester Clinical
Diagnosis and Treatment Plan (I) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I OMD755A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral medicine (I) Oral Medicine I OMD756A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Maxillofacial rays Maxillofacial Imaging OMD721 3 OMD719 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
The fourth semester is a clinical diagnosis and treatment plan (II) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II OMD755B 3 OMD755A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Oral medicine (II) Oral Medicine II OMD756B 5 OMD756A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Study load for the Master of Oral Medicine program Master Degree in Oral Medicine (Work Load)
Schedule (8.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD753 Biochemistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
OMD754 General Medicine & Dermatology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMD707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD701B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD702B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD708 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMD709 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMD743 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMD719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (8.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD755A Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD756A Oral Medicine I 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMD721 Maxillofacial Imaging 15 2 2 2 90 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
OMD755B Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMD756B Oral Medicine I 15 2 6 2 150 5
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Periodontal Master Program
Master Degree in
Periodontology (PER700)

Schedule (9.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I PER701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I PER702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck PER704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology PER705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Clinical diagnosis and treatment plan (I) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I PER755A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics PER706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistryEvidence-Based Dentistry PER707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II PER701B 3 PER701A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology PER708 2 PER705 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Human genetics Human Genetics PER709 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
pharmacology Pharmacology PER743 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Oral rays (I) Oral Radiology I PER719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (9.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Dental Implants (I) Dental Implants I PER756A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Gum disease Periodontology PER757A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Maxillofacial rays Maxillofacial Imaging PER721 3 OMD719 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
The fourth semester of dental implants (II) Dental Implants II PER756B 3 PER756A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Gum treatments and surgeries Periodontics PER757B 5 PER757A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load for the periodontal master’s program Master Degree in Periodontology (Work Load)
Schedule (9.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
PER755A Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
PER707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER701B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER708 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
PER709 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
PER743 Pharmacology 15 1 2 2 75 2
PER719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (9.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER756A Dental Implants I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER757A Periodontology 15 2 6 2 150 5
PER721 Maxillofacial Imaging 15 2 2 2 90 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
PER756B Dental Implants II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PER757B Periodontics 15 2 6 2 150 5
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Master-degree program in oral, maxillofacial
Master Degree in
Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology
(OMR700)

Schedule (10.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I OMR701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OMR702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OMR704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
The physical foundations of rays Radiation Physics OMR758 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OMR706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OMR707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II OMR701B 3 OMR701A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II OMR702B 3 OMR702A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Immunology Immunology OMR708 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Radiology biology and protection methods Radiation Biology & Protection OMR759 2 OMR758 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 25, total scores 1250

Schedule (10.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree Class Three Semester Clinical
Diagnosis and Treatment Plan (I) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I OMR755A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Maxillofacial rays (I) Current Maxillofacial Imaging I OMR760A 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Laser applications in dentistry Laser Applications in Dentistry OMR761 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
The fourth semester of clinical diagnosis and treatment plan (II) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II OMR755B 3 OMR755A 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Maxillofacial rays (II) Current Maxillofacial Imaging II OMR760B 5 OMR760A 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Study load for the Master’s program in Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Master Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology (Work Load)
Schedule (10.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR758 Radiation Physics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR701B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR702B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR708 Immunology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMR759 Radiation Biology & Protection 15 2 – 2 60 2
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 25

 

Schedule (10.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR755A Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR760A Maxillofacial Imaging I 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMR761 Laser Applications in Dentistry 15 3 – 2 75 3
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
OMR755B Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMR760B Maxillofacial Imaging II 15 2 6 2 150 5
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Master-degree program in industrial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws
Master Degree in
Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthesis
(OMP700)

Schedule (11.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I OMP702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck OMP704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology OMP705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials OMP725A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Full industrial replacement (I) Basic Complete Denture (1) OMP762A 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics OMP706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry OMP707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester is the complete industrial replacement (II) Basic Complete Denture (II) OMP762B 2 OMP762A 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Partial industrial replacement Basic Partial Denture OMP763 2 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Material properties applications Applied Dental Materials OMP725B 3 OMP725A 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Introduction to dental implantology Basic Dental Implantology OMP764 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
dishes Occlusion OMP765 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Oral rays Oral Radiology OMP719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (11.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Full Industrial Replacement Complete Denture OMP766 5 OMP762B 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Dental prosthesis and implants Overdenture & Dental Implants OMP767 5 OMP764 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Fourth semester, artificial replacement of the face and jaws Maxillofacial Prosthesis OMP768 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Partial industrial replacement Partial Denture OMP769 5 OMP763 1 2 Hours 125 – 50 50 25 250
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Academic load of the Master in Oral and Maxillofacial Replacement ProgramMaster Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthesis (Work Load)
Schedule (11.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMP725A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
OMP762A Basic Complete Denture (1) 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMP706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMP707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP762B Basic Complete Denture (II) 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMP763 Basic Partial Denture 15 1 2 2 75 2
OMP725B Applied Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
OMP764 Basic Dental Implantology 15 2 – 2 60 2
OMP765 Occlusion 15 1 – 2 45 1
OMP719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (11.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP766 Complete Denture 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMP767 Overdenture & Dental Implants 15 2 6 2 150 5
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
OMP768 Maxillofacial Prosthesis 15 2 4 2 120 4
OMP769 Partial Denture 15 2 6 2 150 5
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Calendar Master Program
Master Degree in Orthodontics
(ORD700)

Schedule (12.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I ORD702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck ORD704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Basic properties of materials Basic Dental Materials ORD725A 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Origination and growth of the mouth, face and jaws Oral & Maxillofacial Growth & Development ORD770 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Pre-clinical calendar Preclinical Orthodontics ORD771 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics ORD706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry ORD707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester, calendar materials Orthodontic Materials ORD772 3 – 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Human genetics Human Genetics ORD709 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Orthodontic diagnosis Orthodontic Diagnosis ORD772 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Specialized research Orthodontic Literature Review ORD773 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Oral rays Oral Radiology ORD719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (12.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Plan Orthodontic Diagnosis & Treatment Planning ORD774 4 ORD772 1 2 Hours 100 – 40 40 20 200
Clinical calendar (I) Clinical Orthodontics I ORD775A 6 ORTH791 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
The fourth semester of the clinical calendar (II) Clinical Orthodontics II ORD775B 6 ORD775A 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
dishes Occlusion ORD776 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 – 30 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Study load for the Master Orthodontics program Master Degree in Orthodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (12.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
ORD702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
ORD704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
ORD725A Basic Dental Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
ORD770 Oral & Maxillofacial Growth & Development 15 2 – 2 60 2
ORD771 Preclinical Orthodontics 15 2 2 2 90 3
ORD706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
ORD707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
ORD772 Orthodontic Materials 15 3 – 2 75 3
ORD709 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
ORD772 Orthodontic Diagnosis 15 2 2 2 90 3
ORD773 Orthodontic Literature Review 15 1 – 2 45 1
ORD719 Oral Radiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (12.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
ORD774 Orthodontic Diagnosis & Treatment Planning 15 2 4 2 120 4
ORD775A Clinical Orthodontics I 15 2 8 2 180 6
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
ORD775B Clinical Orthodontics II 15 2 8 2 180 6
ORD776 Occlusion 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Master Program in Pediatric Dentistry
Master Degree in
Pediatric Dentistry (PED700)

Schedule (13.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I PED701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I PED702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General anatomy Anatomy of Head & Neck PED704 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology PED705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
BiostatisticsBiomedical Statistics PED706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry PED707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II PED701B 3 PED701A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II PED702B 3 PED702A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Human genetics Human Genetics PED709 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Introduction to pediatric dentistry Introduction to Pedodontics PED777 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Oral rays Oral Radiology PED719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 30, total scores 1500

Schedule (13.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of Papers Exam Time Degree
Third Semester Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (I) Clinical Pedodontics I PED778A 6 PED777 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
Oral and Dental Epidemiology (for children) Pediatric Epidemiology PED779 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Pediatrics Pediatric Medicine PED780 2 – 70 – – 20 10 100
The fourth semester of Clinical Child Dentistry (II) Clinical Pedodontics II PED778B 6 PED778A 1 2 Hours 150 – 60 60 30 300
Preventive dentistry Preventive Dentistry PED781 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20, total scores 1000

Study load for the Master’s Program in Pediatric Dentistry Master Degree in Pediatric Dentistry (Work Load)
Schedule (13.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED704 Anatomy of Head & Neck 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
PED706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED701B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED702B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
PED709 Human Genetics 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED777 Introduction to Pedodontics 15 2 4 2 120 4
PED719 Oral Radiology 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 30

 

Schedule (13.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED778A Clinical Pedodontics I 15 2 8 2 180 6
PED779 Pediatric Epidemiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
PED780 Pediatric Medicine 15 2 – 2 60 2
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
PED778B Clinical Pedodontics II 15 2 8 2 180 6
PED781 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

Master’s Program in Public Health for Oral and Dental
Master Degree in
Dental Public Health (DPH700)

Schedule (14.A): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Methodology Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit Hours Prerequisite Theoretical Practical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam Time Degree
First semester Oral pathology (I) Oral Pathology I DPH701A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (I) Oral Histology I DPH702A 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral microbiology Oral Microbiology DPH705 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
forensic Medicine Forensic Medicine DPH782 2 – 1 2 Hours 50 20 – 20 10 100
Biostatistics Biomedical Statistics DPH706 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Evidence-based dentistry Evidence-Based Dentistry DPH707 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
The second semester of oral pathology (II) Oral Pathology II DPH701B 3 DPH701A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Oral histology (II) Oral Histology II DPH702B 3 DPH702A 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
General hygiene Public Health DPH783 2 – 1 2 Hours 70 – – 20 10 100
Oral rays Oral Radiology DPH719 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 25, total scores 1250

Schedule (14.B): Study and Examination
System Study System Examination and Continuous Assessment System
College Requirements Scientific Research Ethics Course
Courses Courses Course Code Credit hours Academic requirement Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-learning Total
Number of papers Exam time Degree
Third semester General health of the mouth and teeth Dental Public Health DPH784 3 DPH783 1 2 Hours 105 – – 30 15 150
Oral and dental epidemiology(I) Dental
Epidemiology (I) DPH785A 4 – 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Oral and dental educational planning (field studies) Field Studies in Dental Educational Planning DPH786 5 – 1 2 Hours 125 50 – 50 25 250
The fourth semester of the epidemiology of mouth and teeth(II) Dental
Epidemiology (II) DPH785B 4 DPH785A 1 2 Hours 100 40 – 40 20 200
Preventive dentistry Preventive Dentistry DPH781 3 – 1 2 Hours 75 30 – 30 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E700 1 – 1 2 Hours 35 – – 10 5 50
Total credit hours 20 Total grades 1000 Academic
load for the Master of Oral and Dental Public Health program Master Degree in Dental Public Health (Work Load)
Schedule (14.C): Courses for the first and second
semester of the first semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH701A Oral Pathology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH702A Oral Histology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH705 Oral Microbiology 15 1 2 2 75 2
DPH782 Forensic Medicine 15 1 2 2 75 2
DPH706 Biomedical Statistics 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH707 Evidence-Based Dentistry 15 1 – 2 45 1
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH701B Oral Pathology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH702B Oral Histology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH783 Public Health 15 2 – 2 60 2
DPH719 Oral Radiology 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 25

 

Schedule (14.D): Courses for the third and fourth
semester of the third semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH784 Dental Public Health 15 3 – 2 75 3
DPH785A Dental Epidemiology (I) 15 2 4 2 120 4
DPH786 Field Studies in Dental Educational Planning 15 2 6 2 150 5
Fourth semester
Code Course Title 15 3 6 2 165 15
DPH785B Dental Epidemiology (II) 15 2 4 2 120 4
DPH781 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
E700 Elective Course 15 1 – 2 45 1
Total Credit Hours 20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fourth:
Doctorate degree in Oral and Dental Sciences

Article (47): The scientific specializations for the PhD degree
First: The specializations of the clinical doctorate degree in Dental Sciences (Table No. 5)
DOCTOR DEGREE OF DENTAL SCIENCE (BRANCH) DD; (BRANCH)
PhD degree
m degree DEGREE Department responsible
1 Oral and maxillofacial surgery ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY (OMS) Oral and Maxillofacial Department
2 Mouth, face and jaw rays ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL RADIOLOGY (OMR) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and Radiology
3 Artificial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL PROSTHODONTICS (OMP) Industrial replacement department
4 Oral medicine and diagnosis ORAL MEDICINE & DIAGNOSIS (OMD) Department of Oral Medicine, Periodontology, Diagnostics and Radiology
5 Gum treatmentPERIODONTOLOGY (PER)
6Proof dental prostheses FIXED PROSTHODONTICS (FPR) Department of crowns and bridges
7 Root treatment ENDODONTICS (END) Root treatment department
8 Pediatric dentistry PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY (PED) Department of Pediatric Dentistry
9 General oral health, dental, and community dentistryDENTAL PUBLIC HEALTH & COMMUNITY DENTISTRY (DPH)
10Orthodontics ORTHODONTICS (ORD) Department of Orthodontics
11 Conservative treatment RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY (OPD) Department of Conservative Treatment

Second: Specializations of Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Basic Dental Sciences (Table No. 6)
DOCTOR DEGREE OF PHYLOSOPHY IN BASIC DENTAL SCIENCE (BRANCH)
PhD; (BRANCH)

PhD degree
m degree DEGREE Department responsible
1 Oral and maxillofacial pathology ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL PATHOLOGY (OPA) Department of Oral Pathology
2 Oral biology ORAL BIOLOGY (OBI) Oral Biology Department
3 Biomedical materials in dentistry DENTAL BIOMATERIALS (DBM) Department of vital materials

Article (48) registration requirements
1. For enrollment for PhD study, the student must have a master’s degree in the same field of specialization from one of the recognized universities or an equivalent degree from the Supreme Council of Universities.
2.The approval of the student’s employer on his enrollment in order to obtain a doctorate as well as the specialization branch. The approval of the employer is required on the student’s full-time assignment required throughout the study period.
3.The student submits an application containing all the required documents in the name of Mr. Prof. Dean of the college during the period stipulated in the bylaw. As for the expatriates, the rules in force by the university’s expatriate management regulations apply..
4.To obtain a PhD degree requires studying credit hours determined by the regulations, with success in all courses with appreciation (C) At least, obtain a cumulative average of no less than (2.44), and carry out academic and applied research through an integrated scientific thesis containing new scientific addition and estimated to be equivalent to (30) credit hours.
5.The minimum for obtaining the degree is three years, and the maximum is no more than four years. The exception to this is oral, maxillofacial surgery, so the maximum grant of the degree is five years..
6.Pass the English proficiency test as a university requirement to register for the degree, local TOEFL (TOEFL) At least five hundred (500) degrees or equivalent (IELET) At least (7) degrees, and the validity of this certificate is for one calendar year, during which the applicant applies for enrollment in the degree. For international students, a certificate of proficiency in the English language may be presented within one year of enrollment for the degree.
7.The approval of the relevant department council and the registration is considered from the date of approval of the college council on the final nomination of the departments according to the admission system approved by the college council.
8.Payment of tuition fees, training fees and equipment consumption before the start of the study or according to the specific date announced in the college. Excluding from this condition scholarship students from Egyptians and expatriates, and the payment is for them during the school year and before entering the exam..
9.Teaching assistants at the college, as well as employees of Ain Shams University Hospitals, or those who are decided to be exempted in whole or in part by the college or university council in accordance with their respective agreements in this regard, are exempt from the tuition fees..
10.The application for enrollment shall take place during the months of July and January of each year.
Article (49): Duration of study
• The duration of the study is a university year. The mandatory and optional courses are distributed in two semesters, each for a period of (16) weeks. The minimum for obtaining a PhD degree is three years and the maximum is five years..
•The College Council may extend the registration for exceptional circumstances for a period of one year only.
Article (50): The academic program
includes studying for a PhD in one academic year in addition to the comprehensive final exam .
First: – the first year
• Compulsory and elective courses are studied in advanced dental sciences divided into two semesters (first and second).
•The duration of the study is 16 weeks, and the study begins in September for the first semester and in February for the second semester .
Second: The final comprehensive examination
• New topics are identified in the subspecialty.
1.The student becomes eligible to enter the comprehensive exam after successfully passing all the first year courses and accepting the practical requirements and after the college council approves accepting the scientific thesis.
Article (51): Conditions for obtaining a doctorate degree The student
must obtain a doctorate degree in one of the branches of Oral and Dental Medicine, the following::
5.The student has to devote himself full-time to study the courses stipulated in these regulations.
6.To follow in an acceptable manner all the courses mentioned in these regulations and allow in special circumstances to accept compulsive excuses within the limits of 25% of the attendance rate after the approval of the College Council.
7.Obtaining a PhD degree requires studying the number of credit hours listed in the list, with all courses passing with grade C At least and get a minimum GPA(2.44).
8.To satisfy all operational / clinical requirements satisfactorily (Requirements) These are determined by the department council and the student submits them in his / her operational / clinical requirements booklet (Log Book) The brochure is subject to evaluation by members of the department council, which submits its report to the Vice-Dean for Graduate Studies and Research Affairs, and in the case of adopting the practical / clinical requirements booklet (Log Book) The student becomes a holder of the degree of practical / clinical requirements (according to the percentage stipulated in Article 53), and the minimum practical requirements (75%) are required to take the exam..
9.Preparing a scientific thesis within the research plan of the college in a subject determined by the department council and allowing the student to register the subject of the thesis upon registration, and the student is allowed to discuss the thesis after two full years have passed since the date of the approval of the college council to register the thesis project.
10.After discussing the thesis, the student gets the equivalent of (30) credit hours.

Article (52): the evaluation system for academic courses
4. The student is required to succeed in all the basic, specialized and elective courses listed in each department’s list of credit hours system. Estimates are calculated according to the percentage obtained by the student in each course..
5.The student is evaluated in each course by the continuous evaluation system, and the student is considered successful in one course if he obtains at least 60% of the scores for each part of the exam (theoretical, practical and oral) separately and gets 60% or more (Appreciation C) In total scores, the score is divided as follows:
(A) Specialized courses that have a practical part and educational requirements:
40%For the theoretical exam
20% For practical / clinical examination
20% Educational requirements
10% For the oral examination
10% Assignments of self-learning
(b) Specialized and elective courses that do not have a practical part and have self-learning requirements:
60%For the theoretical exam
20% For the oral examination
20% Assignments of self-learning
(c) The final comprehensive examination
40% For the theoretical exam
40% For practical / clinical examination
20% For the oral examination
6. Each science department specifies criteria for assessing practical skills and self-learning achievements.
Article (53) Examination System
In addition to what is stipulated in Article (9) of these regulations, the examination system for PhD degree courses is as follows:
5The first year courses exam is held in January and June of each year.
6-In the event that a student fails in a course or a set of courses, the course or the set of materials are repeated only, knowing that he must pay additional expenses in order to be able to enter the exam again, and the actual estimate obtained upon success is calculated..
7-The student is considered to have failed if he is absent from entering the exam or part of it without compulsive excuse accepted by the College Council, according to what is specified in the decisions of the university.
8-The PhD student is allowed to enter the exams for the first and second semesters for the first year if he meets the minimum prescribed percentage (75%) of the requirements for entering the exam.
9-The final comprehensive examination is held twice a year during March and September.
10-The student is allowed to enter the final doctoral exam without specifying the number of times as long as it falls within the legal period to obtain the degree, after discussing the thesis and its final acceptance at least two months.
Article (54) Grants :
Those who obtain a doctorate degree in dental science are granted an accredited certificate showing the branch of specialization and the title of the thesis.

Supplement No. (4)
PhD Programs and Courses PhD
Program
in Oral Biology
PhD Degree in Oral Biology (OBI900)

Schedule (1.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit Hours Examination Time Test Degree
First Year First Semester Advances in Oral Histology (I) Advanced Oral Histology I OBI901A 4 1 3Hours 80 80 – 20 20 200
Oral physiology applied (I) Applied Oral Physiology I OBI902A 2 1 3 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
Dental anatomy and physiology(I) Dental Anatomy & Physiology I OBI903A 3 1 3Hours 60 60 – 15 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
The second semester, innovations in oral histology (II) Advanced Oral Histology II OBI901B 4 1 3Hours 80 80 – 20 20 200
Oral physiology applied (II) Applied Oral Physiology II OBI902B 2 1 3Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
Dental anatomy and physiology(II) Dental Anatomy & Physiology II OBI903B 3 1 3Hours 60 60 – 15 15 150
Total 20 1000

Schedule (1.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Oral Biology branch, credit hours, percentage,
first year, compulsory 18 18.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Academic burden of PhD program in Oral Biology PhD in Oral Biology (Work Load)
Schedule (1.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OBI901A Advanced Oral Histology I 15 2 4 2 120 4
OBI902A Applied Oral Physiology I 15 2 – 2 60 2
OBI903A Dental Anatomy & Physiology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OBI901B Advanced Oral Histology II 15 2 4 2 120 4
OBI902B Applied Oral Physiology II 15 2 – 2 60 2
OBI903B Dental Anatomy & Physiology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

 

PhD program in Oral and Maxillofacial diseases
PhD Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology (OPA900)

Schedule (2.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit Hours Examination Time Test Score First
Year First Semester First Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology (I) Recent Advances in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology I OPA901A 6 1 3 Hours 120 120 – 30 30 300
The genetic basis of oral diseases Genetic Basis of Oral Disease OPA902 2 1 3 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
The second semester is the advanced pathology of oral, maxillofacial (II) Recent Advances in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology II OPA901B 6 1 3 Hours 120 120 – 30 30 300
Oral tumorsOral Oncology OPA903 4 1 3 Hours 80 80 – 20 20 200
Total 20 1000

Schedule (2.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology branch, credit hours, percentage of
first year compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Study load for the PhD program in Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology PhD in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology (Work Load)
Schedule (2.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPA901A Recent Advances in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology I 15 2 8 2 180 6
OPA902 Genetic Basis of Oral Disease 15 2 – 2 60 2
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPA901B Recent Advances in Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology II 15 2 8 2 180 6
OPA903 Oral Oncology 15 2 4 2 120 4
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

PhD program in
Biomedical Dentistry
PhD Degree in Dental Biomaterials (DBM900)

Schedule (3.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit hours Examination time Examination Degree
First year First semester Developments in material properties science (I) Recent Advances in Dental Biomaterials I DBM901A 3 1 3 Hours 90 – – 30 30 150
Resins science Polymers DBM902 3 1 3 Hours 90 – – 30 30 150
Solid science Solids DBM903 3 1 3 Hours 90 – – 30 30 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
The second semester, the innovations in materials properties (II) Recent Advances in Dental Biomaterials II DBM901B 3 1 3 Hours 90 – – 30 30 150
Metallurgy Metallurgy DBM904 3 1 3 Hours 90 – – 30 30 150
The science of power analysis Stress Analysis DBM905 3 1 3 Hours 90 – – 30 30 150
Total 20 1000

Schedule (3.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Biomedical Branch of Dentistry credit hours percentage of
first year compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Study load for the PhD program in Biomedical Dentistry PhD in Dental Biomaterials (Work Load)
Schedule (3.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DBM901A Recent Advances in Dental Biomaterials I 15 3 – 2 75 3
DBM902 Polymers 15 3 – 2 75 3
DBM903 Solids 15 3 – 2 75 3
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DBM901B Recent Advances in Dental Biomaterials II 15 3 – 2 75 3
DBM904 Metallurgy 15 3 – 2 75 3
DBM905 Stress Analysis 15 3 – 2 75 3
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

The conservative treatment doctorate program
Doctorate Degree in Operative Dentistry (OPD900)

Schedule (4.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit hours Examination number Test time Degree
First year First semester Developments in methods and materials for conservative dental treatment Recent Advances in Tooth Preparation & Restorative Material & Technique OPD901 3 1 3 Hours 60 60 – 15 15 150
The innovations in conservative cosmetic treatment of teeth Recent Advances In Esthetic Restorative Dentistry OPD902 4 1 3 Hours 80 – 80 20 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
The second semester of preventive dentistry Preventive Dentistry OPD903 4 1 3 Hours 80 – 80 20 20 200
Clinical conservative treatment for dental rehabilitation Comprehensive Clinical Management of Dental Restoration (Rehabilitation) OPD904 5 1 3 Hours 100 – 100 25 25 250
Nanotechnology applications Applied Nano Technology OPD905 2 1 2 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
Total 20 1000

Schedule (4.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the PhD degree in conservative treatment, credit hours, percentage,
first year, compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8
Total 70 credit hours

 

Study load for the conservative treatment PhD program Doctorate Degree in Operative Dentistry (Work Load)
Schedule (4.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD901 Recent Advances in Tooth Preparation & Restorative Material & Technique 15 2 2 2 90 3
OPD902 Recent Advances In Esthetic Restorative Dentistry 15 2 4 2 120 4
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OPD903 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 4 2 120 4
OPD904 Comprehensive Clinical Management of Dental Restoration (Rehabilitation) 15 2 6 2 150 5
OPD905 Applied Nano Technology 15 2 – 2 60 2
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

Proven Sunni Replacement Doctorate Program
Doctorate Degree in Fixed Prosthodontics (FPR900)

Schedule (5.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit Hours Examination papers Examination Degree
First year First semester Developments in proven dental replacementAdvances in Fixed Prosthodontics FPR901 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
The innovations in the proven dental replacement laboratory Advances In Laboratory Fixed Prosthodontics FPR902 4 1 3 Hours 80 80 – 20 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
The second semester occlusal Occlusion FPR903 2 1 3 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
Clinical dental replacement Comprehensive Clinical Management (Rehabilitation) FPR904 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Total 20 1000

Schedule (5.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for Ph.D. in dental replacement, fixed hours, credit hours, percentage of
first year compulsory courses, 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Study load for the proven Prosthodontist replacement doctorate program Doctorate Degree in Fixed Prosthodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (5.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR901 Advances in Fixed Prosthodontics 15 2 8 2 180 6
FPR902 Advances In Laboratory Fixed Prosthodontics 15 2 4 2 120 4
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
FPR903 Occlusion 15 2 – 2 60 2
FPR904 Comprehensive Clinical Management (Rehabilitation) 15 2 8 2 180 6
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

 

Radical Therapy PhD program
Doctorate Degree in
Endodontics (END900)

Schedule (6.A): Study system and exams (first year)
study system, credit hours, system of examination and continuous evaluation,
theoretical, practical, oral, clinical, self-learning, total
compulsory courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit Hours Examination Time Test Degree
First year First semester New innovations in root therapy (I) Advances in Clinical Practice of Endodontics I END901A 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Surgical microscope Surgical Operating Microscope & Microsurgery Technique END902 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
The second semester, innovations in root treatment (II) Advances in Clinical Practice of Endodontics II END901B 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Innovations in the treatment of surgical roots Advanced Surgical Endodontics END903 4 1 3 Hours 80 – 80 20 20 200
Total 20 1000

Schedule (6.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the Ph.D. in Radical Therapy Credits Percentage
First-year compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Study load for the Root Treatment Doctorate Program Doctorate Degree in Endodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (6.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END901A Advances in Clinical Practice of Endodontics I 15 2 8 2 180 6
END902 Surgical Operating Microscope & Microsurgery Technique 15 2 2 2 90 3
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
END901B Advances in Clinical Practice of Endodontics II 15 2 8 2 180 6
END903 Advanced Surgical Endodontics 15 2 4 2 120 4
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

PhD program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Doctorate Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (OMS900)

Schedule (7.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit Hours Examination Time Test Degree
First Year First Semester Innovations in Oral Surgery (I) Advances in Oral Surgery I OMS901A 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Innovations in maxillofacial surgery (I) Advances in Maxillofacial Surgery I OMS902A 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
The second semester, innovations in oral surgery (II) Advances in Oral Surgery II OMS901B 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Innovations in maxillofacial surgery (II) Advances in Maxillofacial Surgery II OMS902B 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Total 20 1000

Schedule (7.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for Ph.D. oral and maxillofacial surgery credit hours Percentage of
first year compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Academic load of PhD program in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Doctorate Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery (Work Load)
Schedule (7.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS901A Advances in Oral Surgery I 15 2 8 2 180 6
OMS902A Advances in Maxillofacial Surgery I 15 2 4 2 120 3
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMS901B Advances in Oral Surgery II 15 2 8 2 180 6
OMS902B Advances in Maxillofacial Surgery II 15 2 4 2 120 3
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

Oral Medicine Doctorate Program
Doctorate Degree in Oral Medicine (OMD900)

Schedule (8.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit hours Examination hours Examination Degree
First year First semester Oral medicine (I) Oral Medicine I OMD901A 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Clinical diagnosis and treatment plan (I) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I OMD902A 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
The second semester of Oral Medicine (II) Oral Medicine II OMD901B 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Clinical diagnosis and treatment plan (II) Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II OMD902B 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Total 20 1000

Schedule (8.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the degree of Doctor of Oral Medicine, credit hours, percentage,
first year compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Academic load for the MD medicine program Doctorate Degree in Oral Medicine (Work Load)
Schedule (8.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD901A Oral Medicine I 15 2 8 2 180 6
OMD902A Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMD901B Oral Medicine II 15 2 8 2 180 6
OMD902B Oral Diagnosis & Treatment Planning II 15 2 2 2 90 3
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

Periodontal PhD program
Doctorate Degree in Periodontology (PER900)

Schedule (9.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit hours Examination time Examination Degree
First year First semester Gum disease Periodontology PER901 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Dental implants (I) Dental Implantology I PER902A 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
The second semester of periodontal treatment and diseases Periodontics PER903 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Dental implants (II) Dental Implantology II PER902B 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Total 20 900

Schedule (9.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the periodontal doctorate degree Credit hours Percentage of
first year compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Study load for the periodontal doctorate program Doctorate Degree in Periodontology (Work Load)
Schedule (9.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER901 Periodontology 15 2 8 2 180 6
PER902A Dental Implantology I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PER903 Periodontics 15 2 8 2 180 6
PER902B Dental Implantology II 15 2 2 2 90 3
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

 

PhD program in oral, maxillofacial
Doctorate Degree in
Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology (OMR900)

Schedule (10.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit hours Examination hours Examination score
First year First semester Oral, maxillofacial rays (I) Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology I OMR901A 6 1 3 Hours 120 120 – 30 30 300
Modern photography methods (I) Current Imaging Modalities I OMR902A 3 1 3 Hours 60 60 – 15 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
The second semester: oral, facial and jaw rays (II) Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology II OMR901B 6 1 3 Hours 120 120 – 30 30 300
Modern photography methods (II) Current Imaging Modalities II OMR902B 3 1 3 Hours 60 60 – 15 15 150
Total 20 1000

Schedule (10.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for Ph.D degree in oral, maxillofacial, credit hours Percentage of
first year compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Study load for the PhD program in oral, maxillofacial Doctorate Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology (Work Load)
Schedule (10.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR901A Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology I 15 2 8 2 180 6
OMR902A Current Imaging Modalities I 15 2 2 2 90 3
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMR901B Oral & Maxillofacial Radiology II 15 2 8 2 180 6
OMR902B Current Imaging Modalities II 15 2 2 2 90 3
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

Ph.D. program for artificial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws
Doctorate Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthesis (OMP900)

Schedule (11.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit hours Examination time Examination score
First year First term Modern term in full dental replacement Current Complete Prosthodontics OMP901 5 1 3 Hours 100 – 100 25 25 250
Artificial replacement of the face and jaws Maxillofacial Prosthesis OMP902 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
The second modern semester of partial dental replacement Current Partial Prosthodontics OMP903 5 1 3 Hours 100 – 100 25 25 250
Dental prosthesis and implants Overdenture & Dental Implants OMP904 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
dishes Occlusion OMP905 2 1 3 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
Total 20 1000

Schedule (11.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the doctorate degree for industrial replacement of the mouth, face and jaws. Credit hours. The percentage of
first year compulsory courses. 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.9%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Academic burden of the Ph.D. program for oral, maxillofacial replacement Doctorate Degree in Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthesis (Work Load)
Schedule (11.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP901 Current Complete Prosthodontics 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMP902 Maxillofacial Prosthesis 15 2 2 2 90 3
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
OMP903 Current Partial Prosthodontics 15 2 6 2 150 5
OMP904 Overdenture & Dental Implants 15 2 2 2 90 3
OMP905 Occlusion 2 – 2 60 2
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

 

Orthodontic PhD program
Doctorate Degree in
Orthodontics (ORD900)

Schedule (12.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit hours Examination time Examination Degree
First year First semester Clinical calendar Clinical Orthodontics I ORD901A 8 1 3 Hours 160 – 160 40 40 400
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
The second semester, the clinical calendar Clinical Orthodontics II ORD901B 8 1 3 Hours 160 – 160 40 40 400
Mouth and face abnormalities Dentofacial Deformities ORD902 2 1 3 Hours 60 – 20 20 100
Total 20 1000

Schedule (12.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the degree of orthodontist, credit hours, percentage,
first year, compulsory courses, 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.9%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Academic load for the orthodontic doctorate program Doctorate Degree in Orthodontics (Work Load)
Schedule (12.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
ORD901A Clinical Orthodontics I 15 2 12 2 240 8
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
ORD901B Clinical Orthodontics II 15 2 12 2 240 8
ORD902 Dentofacial Deformities 15 2 – 2 60 2
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

 

Pediatric Dentistry PhD program
Doctorate Degree in
Pediatric Dentistry (PED900)

Schedule (13.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit hours Examination time Examination Degree
First year First semester Pediatric dentistry (I) Pediatric Dentistry I PED901A 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Preventive dentistry Preventive Dentistry PED902 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
The second semester of pediatric dentistry (II) Pediatric Dentistry II PED901B 6 1 3 Hours 120 – 120 30 30 300
Advanced pediatric dentistry Advanced Pediatric Dentistry PED903 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
Total 20 1000

Schedule (13.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the degree in pediatric dentistry Credit hours Percentage of
first year compulsory courses 18 28.6%
Electives 2 The
compulsory final exam 20 20.6%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 42.8%
Total 70 credit hours

 

Academic load for the pediatric dentistry program Doctorate Degree in Pediatric Dentistry (Work Load)
Schedule (13.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED901A Pediatric Dentistry I 15 2 8 2 180 6
PED902 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
E900 Elective Course 15 1 – 1 30 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
PED901B Pediatric Dentistry II 15 2 8 2 180 6
PED903 Advanced Pediatric Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 20

 

Ph.D. Public Oral Health Program
Doctorate Degree in Dental Public Health (DBH900)

Schedule (14.A): Study and Examination System (First Year)
Study System Examination System and Continuous
Theoretical Practical Theoretical Clinical Oral Self-Learning Total
Compulsory Courses Compulsary CoursesCourse Code Credit Hours Examination Time Test Degree
First Year First Semester Preventive Dentistry Preventive Dentistry DBH901 3 1 3 Hours 60 – 60 15 15 150
General health of the mouth and teeth (I) Dental Public Health I DPH902A 4 1 3 Hours 80 – 80 20 20 200
Optional course Elective Course E900 2 1 2 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
Second semester General health of the mouth and teeth(II) Dental Public Health II DPH902B 4 1 3 Hours 80 – 80 20 20 200
Oral and dental epidemiology Oral & Dental Epidemiology DBH903 2 1 3 Hours 60 – – 20 20 100
Total 15 750

Schedule (14.B): Distribution of credit hours

Distribution of credit hours for the degree of Ph.D in Public Health for Oral and Dental credit hours Percentage of
first year compulsory courses 13 23.1%
Electives 2 The
final comprehensive exam obligatory 20 30.8%
The scientific thesis (Scientific Thesis) 30 46.1%
Total 65 credit hours

 

Academic burden of PhD public health program for oral and dental Doctorate Degree in Dental Public Health (Work Load)
Schedule (14.C): Courses for the first year of the first
semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Clinical / Field Training Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DBH901 Preventive Dentistry 15 2 2 2 90 3
DPH902A Dental Public Health I 15 2 4 2 120 4
E900 Elective Course 15 2 – 2 60 2
Second Semester
Code Course Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study SWL Credit Hours
DPH902B Dental Public Health II 15 2 4 2 120 4
DBH903 Oral & Dental Epidemiology 15 2 – 2 60 2
Total Credit Hours for 1st Year Courses 15

 

 

Chapter Three
List of Elective Courses

List of elective subjects for diploma and masters

Code Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study Work Load SWL Credit Hours
E001 Biomedical Engineering 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E002 Applications of Laser In Dentistry 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E003 Infection Control And Hospital Acquired Infection 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E004 Patient Safety And Risk Management 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E005 Clinical Photography And Case Presentation 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E006 Dental Informatics 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E007 Management Of Patients With Special Needs 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E008 Forensic Dentistry 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E009 Nutrition 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E010 Neuroscience 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E011 Applications Of Interactive Computed Tomography In Dentistry 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E012 Experimental Animal Model 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E013 Psycology Of The Children 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E014 Oral Health Education And Preventive Dentistry 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E015 Geriatric Dentistry 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E016 Instrumental Analysis 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E017 Nanotechnology in Dentistry 15 1 0 2 3 45 1
E018 Stem Cells and their applications in Dentistr y 15 1 0 2 3 45 1

List of elective subjects for PhD

Code Title Weeks Didactic Practical Self Study Work Load SWL Credit Hours
E001 Biomedical Engineering 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E002 Applications of Laser In Dentistry 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E003 Infection Control And Hospital Acquired Infection 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E004 Patient Safety And Risk Management 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E005 Clinical Photography And Case Presentation 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E006 Dental Informatics 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E007 Management Of Patients With Special Needs 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E008 Forensic Dentistry 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E009 Nutrition 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E010 Neuroscience 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E011 Applications Of Interactive Computed Tomography In Dentistry 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E012 Experimental Animal Model 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E013 Psycology Of The Children 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E014 Oral Health Education And Preventive Dentistry 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E015 Geriatric Dentistry 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E016 Instrumental Analysis 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E017 Nanotechnology in Dentistry 15 2 0 2 4 60 2
E018 Stem Cells and their applications in Dentistr y 15 2 0 2 4 60 2