This is a list of all family dentistry courses. For more information, see Family Dentistry.

FAMD:8484 Dental Practice Management 2 s.h.

Principles of dental practice management; delivery of comprehensive dental treatment in a simulated group-practice clinical setting, with chairside dental assistants.

FAMD:8487 Clinical Experiences: Comprehensive Care I 3 s.h.

Clinical experiences in diagnosis, treatment planning, and delivery of integrated, comprehensive dental care.

FAMD:8488 Comprehensive Dental Patient Care I 15 s.h.

Refinement of clinical skills, judgment, and critical self-evaluation in the delivery of integrated, comprehensive dental care.

FAMD:8489 Clinical Experiences: Comprehensive Care II 3 s.h.

Clinical experiences in diagnosis, treatment planning, and delivery of integrated, comprehensive dental care.

FAMD:8491 Clinical Experiences: Comprehensive Care III 3 s.h.

Clinical experiences in diagnosis, treatment planning, and delivery of integrated, comprehensive dental care.

FAMD:8494 Current Topics in Dentistry I 1 s.h.

Emerging trends, research updates, and clinical updates to support critical thinking and lifelong learning.

FAMD:8495 Advanced Treatment Planning I 2 s.h.

Development of knowledge to implement comprehensive treatment plans involving a multidisciplinary approach in management of patients through case-based learning.

FAMD:8496 Current Topics in Dentistry II 1 s.h.

Emerging trends, research updates, and clinical updates to support critical thinking and lifelong learning.

FAMD:8497 Advanced Treatment Planning II 1 s.h.

Builds on FAMD:8495; development of advanced knowledge to implement complex comprehensive treatment plans involving a multidisciplinary approach in management of patients with complex medical and dental needs through case-based learning, lectures, and student case presentations.

FAMD:8498 Current Topics in Dentistry III 1 s.h.

Current techniques and findings; applications for general practitioner and graduate specialty programs.

FAMD:8499 Comprehensive Dental Patient Care II 15 s.h.

Continuation and refinement of clinical skills, judgment, and critical self-evaluation in the delivery of integrated, comprehensive dental care.