Courses of Instruction
DENT 221 Introduction to Dentistry (1) History and current role of dental science in the health services field; review of research; overview of dental procedures with laboratory experience and practice observation.
DENT 402 Formal Science-Writing (2) A scientist-taught, lecture-workshop-tutorial format for developing skills in formal science-writing (e.g., abstracts, journal articles, grants). Not open to students in the School of Dentistry. Prerequisite: upper division standing in science and preprofessional majors.
DENT 412 Fundamentals of Craniofacial and Dental Technology (3, Sp) Biomedical engineering and technology applied to oral health professions. Dental biomaterials, CAD-CAM, digital dental technology and tissue engineering applications to craniofacial diseases, disorders, and enhancements. (Duplicates credit in the former BME 412.) Recommended preparation: junior standing.