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Undergraduate Dental Education
Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry (DMD)
Our 4 year Undergraduate Dental Program (DMD) curriculum is innovative and constantly evolving, reflecting the minds of our outstanding professors and their vision for training tomorrow's leaders in oral health care.
The 5 year Dent-P Program combines a preparatory year in the Faculty of Sciences followed by the four year DMD Program in the Faculty of Dentistry.
Degree Completion Program
The Degree Completion Program is intended for graduates of international dental programs that are not accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation of Canada (CDAC).
Graduate Dental Education
MSc in Dental Sciences, Thesis Track
The thesis track MSc in Dental Sciences trains students to become experts in research in the dental sciences, which comprise a number of disciplines relating to the functioning of the oro-facial complex.
MSc in Dental Sciences, Non-Thesis Track
The non-thesis track MSc in dental sciences adapts to trends in dental sciences and the challenges of the real world, all the while providing students with a solid foundation in health sciences.
Ad Hoc PhD in Craniofacial Health Sciences
The Ad Hoc PhD in Craniofacial Health Sciences provides the trainee with a complete and thorough opportunity to become a research scientist, to expose the trainee to the highest quality research methods and techniques in his/her field, as well as to provide an environment that fosters informed and critical thinking.
Graduate Research Trainee
Graduate students from other universities have the opportunity to work and collaborate with McGill researchers through the Graduate Research Trainee program.
Postgraduate Dental Education
General Practice Residency
Throughout this one year General Practice Residency in hospital-based dentistry, residents will be exposed to a broad multidisciplinary approach to clinical practice.
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
The division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery offers several different academic programs supporting our mission of excellence in training and teaching.
The Continuing Dental Education Program is designated as a university-accredited provider of continuing dental education events and is also recognized by the American Dental Association’s Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA-CERP). It is further recognized as a preferred partner by the Ordre des dentistes du Québec (ODQ). Our CDE Program holds itself to high standards to ensure that the CDE events it offers have a strong educational impact and that our educational objectives and content development are evidence-based.