DENTAL HYGIENE EDUCATION (DHED)
This is the fundamental course in local anesthesia for the dental hygienist. The course covers pharmacology, neuroanatomy, anatomy, neurophysiology as well as administration and techniques of local anesthesia.
This course reviews and updates students in current treatment and diagnostic modalities in dental allied education. Students who satisfactorily pass the evaluation will be exempt.
This course is designed to introduce the graduate student to various teaching philosophies and methodologies. A variety of educational concepts such as methods of presentation, testing, and measurement are explored. Emphasis is placed on the practical application of theory.
Provides information and experience in leadership, administration, and accreditation for allied dental education programs.
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to function as a competent clinical instructor. Psychomotor skill development and analysis and remediation of performance problems are two topics related to clinical teaching that are stressed.
This course is designed to provide knowledge and stimulate discussion about pertinent topics in dental and allied dental education and research.
Dental Management Seminar
This full semester internship provides the student with the opportunity to student teach in an allied dental program.
Individual research under the direction of a mentor with the intention of publication. Completion of a manuscript and submission is a requirement for an MS degree.
Individual research under the direction of a mentor and committee. Completion of a thesis for an MS degree is required.