Doctor of Clinical Dentistry (Prosthodontics)
DS933 - Programme Structure
A DClinDent programme is a research project occupying 30% (maximum) of total programme time. This project may be a new and independent one or be a discrete part of an existing research programme. Another 70% comes from the coursework of the programme which address the clinical specialist training requirement. All DClinDent would share common courses for the research and coursework fulfilment.
The programme of study shall consist of Core DClinDent courses together with clinical practice (programme course), and supervised research, leading to the submission of a dissertation. The DClinDent courses, the clinical practice requirements, and the dissertation must each be completed satisfactorily or passed.
The candidate shall, before commencing the dissertation to be described in the research proposal presentation, secure the approval of the Faculty of Dentistry for the topic chosen and the supervisors.
A. Core courses:
i. Core Medical and Oral Sciences
ii. Research Design & Biostatistics
iii. Multidisciplinary Health Sciences
B. Programme Course: