This is the first version of the 2021-22 General Catalog. The final edition and the historical PDF will be published during the fall semester.

This is a list of all dentistry nondepartmental courses. For more information, see College of Dentistry.

DENT:4000 Pre-Dental Academy 0 s.h.

Hands-on experience for undergraduate students interested in dentistry; interaction with faculty, residents, and current students in simulation clinic; didactic sessions; admissions information; changing health care environment, digital dentistry, dental esthetics, introduction to dental specialties, drilling and filling. Offered summer session.

DENT:8100 First-Year Continuing Session arr.

DENT:8110 Dental First-Year UI Interprofessional Education 0 s.h.

Application of previously learned concepts to relevant health care experiences using interprofessional skills and team-based health care concepts; development of skills related to leadership in health care teams, pain management from an interprofessional team, and application of ethics and professionalism concepts; online modules and group activities.

DENT:8200 Second-Year Continuing Session arr.

DENT:8210 Dental Second-Year Interprofessional Education 0 s.h.

Application of previously learned concepts to relevant health care experiences using interprofessional skills and team-based health care concepts; development of skills related to leadership in health care teams, pain management from an interprofessional team, and application of ethics and professionalism concepts; online modules and group activities.

DENT:8300 Third-Year Continuing Session arr.

DENT:8371 Quality Assurance I 1 s.h.

Patient management, record writing skills, and quality assurance concepts; students coordinate treatment, patient relations, and issues of quality assurance for a group of patients; ethical and moral dilemmas in relation to dental practice.

DENT:8372 Quality Assurance II 1 s.h.

Continuation of DENT:8371; patient management, record writing skills, and quality assurance concepts; students coordinate treatment, patient relations, and issues of quality assurance for a group of patients; ethical and moral dilemmas in relation to dental practice.

DENT:8400 Fourth-Year Lectures and Clinics arr.

DENT:8485 Clinical Admissions Emergency 2 s.h.

Clinical evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of patients with dental emergencies; patient assessment and referral to appropriate department for treatment.

DENT:8489 Clinical Practice and Professionalism V 1 s.h.

Quality assurance from viewpoint of practicing dentist, dental educator, dental epidemiologist, court system; analysis of senior dental practice in relation to quality assurance criteria.

DENT:9000 Advanced Clinical Comprehensive Dentistry 0 s.h.

Clinical experience for professional improvement. Requirements: dental degree.