Department of Oral Pathology, Radiology, & Medicine
--- Graduate Programs
Program of Study
Students in the certificate program with or without an advanced degree must complete the core courses listed below. They also must complete the basic science and departmental courses appropriate to their track, listed as "additional courses." Students choosing to pursue a certificate and Doctor of Philosophy degree will have additional courses added to the program of study dependent on the chosen basic science field.
068:199 Basic Otolaryngologic Science 2 s.h.
086:200 Stomatology Literature Review arr.
086:226 Physical, Laboratory, and Historical Features of Disease arr.
086:242 Clinical Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology arr.
111:212 Statistical Methods in the Biomedical Sciences 3 s.h.
151:210 Dental Sciences Research Methodology 2 s.h.
151:200 Seminars in Dental Research 1 s.h.
151:215 Research Design in Dentistry 2 s.h.
151:600 Research in Oral Science 9 s.h.
Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology Track
069:204 Medical Pathology I and II 10 s.h.
086:225 Manifestations of Oral and Paraoral Disease arr.
086:227 Surgical Oral Pathology 1 s.h.
086:240 Histopathology 1 s.h.
086:256 Advanced Oral Pathology arr.
111:217 Teaching Methods and Evaluation 2 s.h.
151:280 Advanced Dental Therapeutics 1 s.h
Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology Track
069:133 Pathology for Graduate Students 4 s.h.
074:220 Radiation Safety and Radiobiology 4 s.h.
077:211 Medical Physics, Special Topics 4 s.h.
086:243 Practical Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology arr.
086:244 Technical Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology arr.