A Doctor of Medicine is a highly advanced degree that requires about six years of work. Many M.D. programs require a combination of classwork, research papers, and hands-on clinical practice to certify students as medical doctors.
Dentistry is the study of the teeth, gums, and other parts of the mouth and how these body parts affect overall health. Dentists are medical doctors who help patients prevent, diagnose, and treat health problems in the mouth.
Doctor of Medicine (MD) in Dental Sciences
The 5-year long DDS programme lasts 10 semesters and includes over 5000 class hours and 300 ECTS points. [+]
The 5-year long DDS programme lasts 10 semesters and includes over 5000 class hours and 300 ECTS points. Within the course of studies, students receive knowledge in the field of basic sciences as well as clinical disciplines that enables graduates to take up practice as dentists. Retaining the medical character of the programme whilst orienting it to the professional dental fields is of great importance. Teaching is conducted exclusively in English, using information technology with reference to both the circulation of medical documentation and logistics of the patients of the University Dental Clinic, as well as to managing the didactic procedures carried out by the Chair of Dentistry of the Faculty of Medicine of the JU MC.... [-]
The curriculum of the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry consists of five years of medical and dental courses. Upon successful completion of the course, the student is entitled to receive a DMD diploma (“LEKARZ-DENTYSTA” title). [+]
Doctor of Dental Medicine 5-years DMD programmeThe curriculum of the Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry consists of five years of medical and dental courses. Upon successful completion of the course, the student is entitled to receive a DMD diploma (“LEKARZ-DENTYSTA” title).
The first two years deliver with knowledge from basic, preclinical disciplines with an introduction to clinical sciences. The following three years focus on dental disciplines and clinical studies. The duration of the program is 10 semesters, with a total number of 5 000 hours of lectures and practical classes. Each year awards 60 ECTS points.A new system of education, so-called outcome-based, has been implemented at PMU. Learning outcomes are statements of what a student is expected to know, understand and/or be able to demonstrate after completion of a process of learning.... [-]