Diploma

Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry (Implants)

What will I study?

Overview

Intended learning outcomes

  • To provide appropriate clinical experience to enable you to further your knowledge and skills in implant dentistry
  • To develop your capacity for contemporary professional practice
  • To provide some specialist knowledge and theory
  • To give you the opportunity to sample postgraduate study and possibly inspire you towards specialist study in the Doctor of Clinical Dentistry

Degree structure

The implant dentistry course is offered part-time over two years (over 4 consecutive semesters). This allows for the extended treatment times for implant patients and for completion of the treatment of a sufficient number of patients.

Please note that this information is correct at the time of publication. However, places are dependent on the availability of teaching and supervisory staff.

Assessment

Each subject has specific assessment requirements. In general, this will involve written examinations, oral examinations and clinical performance. Further information about subject content and assessment is available from the course convener.

Sample course plan

View some sample course plans to help you select subjects that will meet the requirements for this diploma.

100 point program