Courses and Schedule

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  • Length

    Master’s: Maximum of 24 months
    Doctorate: Maximum of 48 months

  • Periodicity

    Annual

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Master’s

 
Required coursesWorkloadCredits

  • Critical analysis of scientific articles

    •  
      Presentation, analysis and discussion of scientific articles published in national and international impact journals. Students are also required to write manuscripts that contribute to the intellectual and professional enrichment.

45

3

  • Integrated clinic

    •  
      Integration of the student to the general practice, allowing the development of manual skills and the necessary planning for an integrated and objective professional practice. It aims to establish a multidisciplinary integration in teaching, learning and researching process.

270

18

  • Dissertation

    •  
      The course involves the development of the research project and preparation of the master’s dissertation, under the supervision of an advisor.

375

25

  • Scientific research methodology

    •  
      Study of the scientific method through the elaboration of research projects, planning and development of methodologies, determination of variables, organization of data, correct choice of statistical test and adequate scientific writing.

45

3

  • Public health and clinical epidemiology

    •  
      Provide the appropriate pedagogical stimuli so that the student understands the importance of epidemiology, planning and organization of health services. The course also aims to identify the main problems of oral health and develop actions to promote health and treatment of oral diseases.

90

6

  • Propaedeutic

    •  
      Development of the investigative and diagnostic capacity regarding pathologies and processes that affect the stomatognathic system, as well as the different conducts and clinical procedures based on evidence.

90

6

  • Advanced seminars in integrated dentistry

    •  
      Through the application of seminar techniques, the course aims to develop a critical and analytical view based on various clinical cases and practices. In addition, it aims to establish a relationship between theory and practice with the analysis of research, projects and ongoing studies.

906
 
 

Optative courses

Workload

Credits

  • Biostatistics

    •  
      Study the basic statistical concepts applied to the health area; Coefficients and indicators; Data collection and analysis; Quality of diagnostic tests; Introduction to probability; Organization of clinical research; Interpretation of results.

30

2

  • Biomaterials

    •  
      Basic concepts of biomaterials applied to Dentistry. Types of currently available biomaterials and their applications in different areas of Dentistry. Demonstrate trends and research in the field.

30

2

  • Surgery and application of biomaterials in dentistry

    •  
      To provide professional improvement in the area of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, training the students in the diagnosis, planning and surgical treatment of affections of the oral cavity and associated structures.

60

4

  • Integrated clinic in pediatric dentistry

    •  
      Study of preventive and curative dental procedures in Pediatric Dentistry. Integration of basic and specific dental knowledge aimed at childcare, based on the socio-economic-cultural reality of each family unit.

60

4

  • Diagnosis and endodontic therapy

    •  
      Study of the new techniques and rotary instruments in Endodontics. Diagnosis in Endodontics, associating the indication of the rotational system and its potential uses in endodontic therapy.

60

4

  • Restorative dentistry clinics

    •  
      To provide professional improvement in the area of Restorative Dentistry, training the students in the diagnosis, planning and direct/indirect restorative procedures, with a multidisciplinary approach, integrated with the new techniques available in the area.

120

8

  • Endondontic clinics

    •  
      To provide professional improvement in the area of Endodontics, training the students in the diagnosis and endodontic therapy, with a multidisciplinary approach, integrated with the new techniques available in the area.

120

8

  • Implant dentistry clinics

    •  
      To provide professional improvement in the area of Dental Implants, training the students in the diagnosis, reverse planning, types of implants and clinical application, with a multidisciplinary approach, integrated with the new techniques available in the area.

120

8

  • Orthodontic clinics

    •  
      To provide professional improvement in the area of Orthodontics, training the students in the diagnosis, planning and execution of the integrated orthodontic treatment. It also provides intensive clinical training for preparation, installation and management of the various orthodontic therapeutic resources
.

120

4

  • Teaching internship

    •  
      Study of pedagogical methods applied to Dentistry. Supervised participation of graduate students in the various laboratory and clinical disciplines of the Undergraduate Course in Dentistry.

60

4

  • Photography in dentistry

    •  
      Basic concepts of photography in Dentistry, in accordance with the international protocols. Development of the ability for intraoral photographs.

30

2

  • Management, patents and entrepreneurship

    •  
      Study of the aspects involved in entrepreneurship, including aspects related to business management, besides information on the development of products and innovations, with emphasis in the health area.

30

2

  • Informatics in dentistry

    •  
      Basic concepts of informatics applied to dentistry. Use of text editing, presentations, spreadsheets, and image editing softwares.

30

2

  • College teaching methodology

    •  
      Study the philosophy of education, pedagogy, teaching methods and techniques and evaluation of the learning teaching process.

60

4

  • Hospital dentistry

    •  
      Study of dental treatment and oral manifestations in hospitalized patients, based on the interrelation between systemic and oral health.

45

3

  • Restorative dentistry and dental materials

    •  
      Study the procedures to diagnose, prevent, intercept and restore the loss of dental tissue due to caries and/or other etiologies through the use of dental materials. As well as the study of the physical, chemical, mechanical and biological properties of the dental materials used in these restorative procedures.

60

4

Doctorate

Required courses

Workload

Credits

  • Bioethics

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      Ethical-professional attitude towards the delineation and execution of clinical and laboratory research involving animals, humans or part of them. Student awareness of everyday bioethics and limiting situations in clinical practice and research, patient autonomy and conflicts of interest. Knowledge and discussion of governmental policies related to the Ethics Committee and the processing of projects in the Brazil platform
.

60

4

  • Epidemiology and applied biostatistics

    •  
      Study of the epidemiological and statistical concepts applied to the health area. Study of the statistical methods used in the analysis and interpretation of results obtained from scientific research, as well as to discuss, in an extended way, the conceptual and operational bases of epidemiology and biostatistics.

60

4

120

8

  • Advanced studies in the application of new technologies in higher education

    •  
      Knowledge of the integration between the main multimedia resources for use in Dentistry and the philosophy of education, pedagogy, teaching methods and techniques and evaluation of the teaching and learning process. Development and use of Distance Learning methods, as well as the application of social networks and videos.
 

60

4

90

6

  • Research methodology in dentistry

    •  
      Discussion of the main scientific methods used in laboratory and clinical researches in the Dentistry area. Rationale and discussion of scientific methods, elaboration of research projects to request resources from various development agencies. Planning and development of methodologies, determination of variables, organization of data, correct choice of statistical test and writing of scientific texts.

90

6

 

60

4

  • Doctoral thesis

    •  
      Development of the research project and preparation of the doctoral thesis, under the supervision of an advisor. The discipline has its content defined by the project of the doctoral thesis and is developed through the contact between student and teacher during the process of methodological development and writing of the thesis.

900

60

 

Optative courses

Workload

Credits

  • Application of Biotechnology in Dentistry

    •  
      Biotechnology for Dentistry, including biological bases of craniofacial tissue engineering, stem cells, biomaterials and biomechanical, as well as the application of imaging and CAD-CAM systems in bioengineering.

60

4

  • Advanced studies in dental materials

    •  
      Critical analysis and systematic review of scientific topics of clinical relevance related to dental materials. Discussion of topics related to the application, performance and clinical longevity of dental materials used in different areas, taking into account the technological advances in the development of dental materials.
 

60

4

  • Research laboratory in endodontics

    •  
      Practice of different methodologies of laboratory and clinical research in the area of Endodontics, and knowledge of innovations in the area. Emphasis on mechanical assays, cell culture and biomaterials.

60

4

  • Research laboratory in implant dentistry

    •  
      Practice of different methodologies of laboratory and clinical research in the area of Implant Dentistry. Theoretical basis in relation to specific themes of Implant Dentistry, as well as knowledge of the innovations in the area.

60

4

  • Research laboratory in microbiology

    •  
      Practice of different methodologies of laboratory and clinical research in the area of Microbiology. Theoretical basis in relation to specific subjects of Microbiology, inserted in the dental specialties.

60

4

  • Research laboratory in restorative dentistry

    •  
      Practice of different methodologies of laboratory and clinical research in the area of restorative dentistry. Emphasis on the research of direct and indirect restorative materials, as well as on the knowledge of innovations in the area.

60

4

  • Research laboratory in orthodontics

    •  
      Practice of different methodologies of laboratory and clinical research in the area of Orthodontics. Theoretical basis in relation to specific themes of Orthodontics, as well as knowledge of the innovations in the area.

60

4

60

4

60

4

  • Advanced topics in clinical dental practice

    •  
      To improve clinical skills of the doctoral student in the different dental specialties. Planning and execution of high complexity clinical cases. Discussion and presentation of cases and procedures.

60

4