Applicants are normally required to hold a first class or upper second class degree in a health related topic and/or in subjects including dentistry, dental therapy/hygiene, the social sciences, and medical science. Applications will also be considered from others who, although not graduates, are exceptionally well qualified in terms of seniority and experience.
Months of entry
Dundee's MDPH course can lead to a practical or academic career supporting the development of Dental Public Health and reducing dental health inequality.
This course is unique to Scotland, and is a joint venture between the internationally renowned Dental Health Services Research Unit (DHSRU) at the School of Dentistry and the School of Medicine, University of Dundee.
Using the World Health Organisation (WHO) Oral Health Programme strapline 'think global act local', the course will provide you with the necessary knowledge, understanding and skills to develop a career in government-based and national Dental Public Health programmes.
A Masters in Dental Public Health (MDPH) is the ideal course of study for those who are passionate about reducing oral health inequality.
It is designed for dental practitioners, dental health professionals and academics with an interest in Dental Public Health.
In particular, there is support for those who undertake this course while training to become specialists or consultants in Dental Public Health in Tayside and elsewhere.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Professor Ruth Freeman
- +44 (0)1382 381710