2 Master Degrees in Oral Care 2020

A master’s degree is awarded after completing a program of study and demonstrating extensive knowledge of a particular subject. Many professional fields require a master’s degree in order to enter the workforce. What is a Master in Dental and Oral Care? A dentist is a medical professional specializing in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases that affect the teeth and oral cavit… Read more

A master’s degree is awarded after completing a program of study and demonstrating extensive knowledge of a particular subject. Many professional fields require a master’s degree in order to enter the workforce.

What is a Master in Dental and Oral Care? A dentist is a medical professional specializing in diagnosing and treating injuries and diseases that affect the teeth and oral cavity. Dental professionals operate within teams that include dental surgeons, assistants, hygienists, technicians and occasionally even therapists. A program in pursuit of a master’s degree in dentistry requires previous undergraduate certifications in medicine or dental science, as well as a rigorous curriculum comprising of extensive research, the study of research methods and scientific writing. This program usually requires courses in dental science and a thesis that will need to be defended.

Dentistry is a profession that will always be in demand, like most other forms of medicine. This means that the job market provides students great opportunities. Master’s degrees typically bring higher pay and a broader choice in employment.

Financially, the cost of studying for such a degree can depend on the country you live in, your region, and your school of choice. It is advisable to conduct extensive research before choosing where to study and contact the school for specific information.

Depending on specialization and more specific medical qualifications, holders of this type of degree can go into many types of dentistry. There is general dentistry, the routine prevention and treatment of oral health problems; orthodontics, which focuses on alignment and positioning of teeth via devices such as braces and retainers; periodontics, which deals with the gums and tooth support structures and even cosmetic dentistry, specializing in the physical appearance of teeth.

If you are thinking of studying to obtain a master’s degree in dental and oral care, there are many options. Search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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University of Johannesburg
Johannesburg, South Africa

The purpose of this qualification is to enable students to develop advanced applied research competencies within the Somatology field. Students acquire the ability to find and ... +

The purpose of this qualification is to enable students to develop advanced applied research competencies within the Somatology field. Students acquire the ability to find and define topics for research which they find relevant to their professional environment. Students participating in the Master’s programme will be required to research, write and present a full dissertation under the guidance of a supervisor. -
Master
Part-time
2 years
English
Jan 2021
Campus
 
Jordan University of Science and Technology
Irbid, Jordan

The Master Degree in Dentistry/ Oral Medicine is awarded by the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST).

The Master Degree in Dentistry/ Oral Medicine is awarded by the Faculty of Graduate Studies at Jordan University of Science and Technology (JUST). -
Master
Full-time
English
Sep 2020
Campus
 

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