BIOMEDICAL IMPLANTS AND TISSUE ENGINEERING

Open to current periodontology residents only, the master of science in biomedical implants and tissue engineering program enhances knowledge and critical thinking skills for graduate students interested in the biological and clinical aspects of osseointegration and clinical applications of tissue engineering.

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TRIMESTER 1 (FALL)
Course Credits
Introduction to Biomedical ImplantsBITE 5823

 

TRIMESTER 2 (SPRING)
Course Credits
Clinical Applications of Tissue EngineeringBITE 5833
Directed ResearchBITE 5902

 

TRIMESTER 3 (SUMMER)
Course Credits
Evidence-Based PracticeBITE 5843
BITE 590Directed Research2

 

TRIMESTER 4 (FALL)
Course Credits
BITE 585Biomaterial and protocols3

 

TRIMESTER 5 (SPRING)
Course Credits
Current Trends in Biomedical Implants & Tissue EngineeringBITE 5863
Master’s ThesisBITE 594a2

 

TRIMESTER 6 (SUMMER)
Course Credits
Master’s ThesisBITE 594b2