ICE will be introducing an MSc in Restorative Dentistry in partnership with the University of Salford which is subject to validation to start in September 2019.
This masters course is accredited through the University of Salford and has been specifically designed to equip clinicians with the core skills and competency in the assessment, management, and treatment of patients who have the disease of the oral cavity, the teeth or their supporting structures, through a combination of clinical support and academic teaching.
What will I learn?
- Core knowledge, skills, and clinical competencies to assess, manage and treat patients who have diseases of the oral cavity, the teeth and their supporting structures to a high standard, efficiently and safely
- To develop, evaluate and demonstrate the evidenced-based practice
- Knowledge and a critical awareness of the current issue in the field of dentistry
- A comprehensive understanding of the principles of research inquiry
This is a 3-year part-time MSc course, with the opportunity to step off with a Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) after 2 years. Across the first two years, you will study 4 modules, as shown below.
In order to be eligible for our MSc/PGDip Programme you will have to meet the following requirements:
- Be a dental practitioner who holds a GDC registerable dental degree and membership of professional body (UK employees only) or equivalent in your home country for international applicants.
- Be able to provide evidence of full indemnity insurance
- Have 1-2 years post-qualification experience in a hospital service or general dental practice.
How to apply
Please note this course is subject to validation for September 2019
For more information please contact Garry Peel on 0161 413 8335 or email@example.com