Students will take seven required courses in prosthodontics including a research based thesis course. Two of these courses are full year, evidenced-based seminar/literature review courses. One is a half year evidenced-based seminar/literature review course. The other three courses are clinical courses involving patient treatment. In addition, students will be required to take three graduate level courses (selected in consultation with their thesis advisor and their thesis committee members and approved by the Graduate Program Director and the Faculty of Dentistry Graduate Programs Curriculum Sub-committee) primarily from the graduate courses offered by the School of Biomedical Engineering. The other faculty/school involved must also approve the student's participation in the elective courses.
- PROS 5611.06: Seminar in Prosthodontics I.
- PROS 5616.06: Clinical Prosthodontics I.
- PROS 6611.06: Seminar in Prosthodontics II.
- PROS 6616.06: Clinical Prosthodontics II.
- PROS 7616.06: Clinical Prosthodontics III.
- PROS 9000.06: Prosthodontic Research (Thesis).