UNDERGRADUATE OFFERINGS

Monday, July 20, 2009

UNDERGRADUATE OFFERINGS


NOTE:
1. The number of hours indicated in the description of a course refers to the number of hours time alloted each week for the course. In case the hours are not indicated, credit units correspond to the number of hours alloted each week for class meetings.
2. Consent as a prerequisite pertains to the consent of the instructor /professor handling the course.


ANATOMY 11A.ORAL ANATOMY. The morphology of permanent and deciduous teeth, their arrangement and relationship with the supporting structures. Credit : 2 units

ANATOMY 11B. ORAL ANATOMY. The morphology of permanent and deciduous teeth, their arrangement and relationships with the supporting structures. Credit: 1 unit (3 hours)

ANATOMY 12A. HUMAN ANATOMY. The anatomy of the head and neck. Credit: 5 units (9 hours; 3 class, 6 lab)

ANATOMY 12B. HUMAN ANATOMY. The anatomy of the trunk, extremities and internal organs. Credit: 3 units (5 hours; 2 class, 3 lab)
ANATOMY 12C. MICROSCOPIC ANATOMY. A comprehensive study of the normal microscopic structure of the cell and primary tissue and of the cytoarchitecture of adult organs correlated with histogenesis. Credit:5 units (9 hours; 3 class, 6 lab)

ANATOMY 12D. MICROSCOPIC ANATOMY OF ORAL TISSUE. Microscopic study of the oral tissue and their development. Credit: 3 units (5 hours; 2 class, 3 lab)

ANESTHESIOLOGY 31.REGIONAL ANESTHESIA. The principles and techniques of regional anesthesia in dental practice. Credit: 1 unit ; Pre-requisite: Pharma 22 and Physio 21

ANESTHESIOLOGY 32. CONSCIOUS SEDATION AND GENERAL ANESTHESIA IN DENTAL PRACTICE. The principles of modalities of pain control. Credit: 1 unit; Pre-requisite: Anesthesiology 31

BIOCHEMISTRY11A. BIOCHEMISTRY OF CELLS AND METABOLISM. Biochemistry of the cell and organelle constituents and its relation to the general metabolism of the body; metabolism of foodstuffs and the chemical processes by which the human body derives and utilizes energy. Credit: 3 units

BIOCHEMISTRY 11B. BIOCHEMISTRY OF CELLS AND METABOLISM. Credit : 2 units ( 6 hours lab)

CLINICAL DENTISTRY 32. CLINICAL CONFERENCE AND PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY. Principles and methods of providing dental care in the following clinical areas: Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, Restorative Dentistry, Endodontics, Oral Surgery, Fixed-Partial \Denture Prosthodontics, Removal Partial Denture Prosthodontics, Complete Denture Prosthodontics. Credit: 320 hours

CLINICAL DENTISTRY 40. CLINICAL CONFERENCE AND PRACTICE IN DENTISTRY. Principles and methods of providing dental care in the following clinical areas: Oral Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Orthodontics, Endodontics, Oral Surgery, Fixed Partial Denture Prosthoodontics, Complete Denture Prosthodontics. Credit: 1016 hours

COMMUNITY DENTISTRY 11. INTRODUCTION TO BIOSTATICS. Principles and methods of biostatics and their application to dentistry. Credit: 2 units

COMMUNITY DENTISTRY 22. PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY. Concepts, principles and methods of prevention applied to major dental public health problems. Credit: 2 units

COMMUNITY DENTISTRY 31. PRINCIPLES AND METHODS OF COMMUNITY DENTISTRY. The principles and methods in the practice of community dentistry. Credit: 2 units

COMMUNITY DENTISTRY 40. FIELD PRACTICE. Field practice in community dentistry to include field experience seminars and special in community dentistry 11,22 and 31. Credit: 400 hours

DENTAL MATERIALS 11. MATERIALS USED IN DENTISTRY. The properties of dental materials and their manipulation. Credit: 3 units (5 hrs; 2 class, 3 lab)

DIAGNOSIS 31. ORAL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT PLANNING. Principles and procedures in making a diagnosis and the planning of treatment. Credit: 1 unit; Pre-requisite: Anat 11D, Patho 22, and Physio 22)

ENDODONTICS 31. ROOT CANAL THERAPY. Diagnosis and treatment of diseases of dental pulp and periapical tissues. Credit: 3 units

JURISPRUDENCE 32. DENTAL JURISPRUDENCE, ETHICS AND ECONOMICS, PHILIPPINE CONSTITUTION,TAXATION AND LAND REFORM. The relation of law and ethics to dental practice. Credit: 2 units

MICROBIOLOGY 100. MICROBIOLOGY. A basic course on the biology of pathogenic microorganisms, which include bacteria, fungi, rickettsiae, viruses and protozoa. Host-parasite relationship, isolation and identification. Credit: 4 units (8 hours; 2 class, 6 lab)

NUTRITION 21. NUTRITION IN PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY. The pathogenesis of malnutrition and the role of essential nutrients in health and disease with emphasis on oral health. Credit: 2 units

INFECTION CONTROL 21. INFECTION CONTROL IN DENTISTRY: THEORIES AND PRACTICE. The principles and methods of infection control in dental practice. The course will give emphasis in the etiological factors and prevention of infectious diseases like AIDS, HEPA B, TB, STD and etc. Credit: 1 unit

OCCLUSION 12A. FUNDAMENTALS OF OCCLUSION. The paleontology of the human dentitions; growth and development of the skull and jaws coincidental to the eruption of teeth and forces of occlusion. Credit: 2 units; Pre-requisite: Anatomy 11A

OCCLUSION 12B: FUNDAMENTALS OF OCCLUSION. Credit: 1 unit (3 hours lab)

ORTHODONTICS 21. GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE HEAD. Fundamentals of growth and development of the craniofacial structures and their relation to the stomatognathic system. Credit: 2 units; Pre-requisite: Occlusion 12A and 12B

ORTHODONTICS 22. PREVENTIVE AND INTERCEPTIVE ORTHODONTICS. Prevention and interception of malocclusion. Credit: 3 units (5 hrs 2 class, 3 lab)

PATHOLOGY 22. GENERAL PATHOLOGY FOR DENTAL STUDENTS. The fundamental principles of general and systematic pathology with emphasis laid upon the dependence and/or close correlation of pathologic processes of the mouth with those of the rest of the body and vice-versa. Credit: 5 units (9 hrs); Pre-requisites: Anatomy 12A, 12B, 12C, Physio21, Biochem 11A and 11B.

PATHOLOGY 31. ORAL PATHOLOGY. The clinical symptoms, gross and microscopic tissue changes of the diseases of the teeth and adjacent structures. Credit: 3 units (6 hours); Pre-requisite: Patho 22

PATHOLOGY 32. DISEASES OF THE ORAL MUCOSA. Pathology of neoplasms and other diseases of the oral mucosa. Credit: 3 units; Pre-requisite:Patho 31

PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY 31. MANAGEMENT OF THE CHILD PATIENT. Principles and techniques in the management of the child with dental problems. Credit: 3 units

PERIODONTICS 22. INTRODUCTION TO PERIODONTICS. The study of normal and abnormal periodontium. Credit: 2 units (16 hours lec, 32 hrs lab)

PERIODONTICS 31. PERIODONTAL THERAPY. Rationale and objectives of treatment of periodontal diseases. Credit: 2 units (16 hrs lec, 32 hrs lab); Pre-requisite: Perio 22, Patho 22

PERSPECTIVE IN DENTISTRY 11. THE DEVELOPMENT OF DENTISTRY. Dentistry from pre-history to the present and its development in the Philippines. Credit: 1 unit

PHARMACOLOGY 22. PHARMACOLOGY FOR DENTAL STUDENTS. Pharmacodynamics, pharmacotherapeutics and prescription writing. Credit: 3 units; Pre-requisites: Physio 21, Biochem 11A and 11B, Micro 100

PHYSIOLOGY 21.GENERAL PHYSIOLOGY. General Human physiology with emphasis on the digestive, nervous, blood systems and the metabolism of calcium and phosphorus. Credit: 3 units ( 5 hrs; 2 class 3 lab)

PHYSIOLOGY 22. ORAL PHYSIOLOGY. The physiology of stomatognathic system. Credit: 2 units (2 hrs lec): Pre-requisite: Biochem 11A and 11B and Physio 21
PRACTICE ADMINISTRATION 31. DENTAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT. The practice of dentistry in relation to the social, economic and cultural conditions of the community. Credit: 1 unit.

PRINCIPLES OF MEDICINE 32. PRINCIPLES OF MEDICINE FOR DENTAL STUDENTS. The important aspects of general medicine as they relate to dental practice. Credit: 3 units
PROSTHODONTICS 21A. FIXED DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS. The planning and construction of fixed partial dentures and the management of teeth where operative procedures are impractical. Credit: 2 units; Pre-requisite: Occlusion 12A and B.

PROSTHODONTICS 22A. REMOVABLEL DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS. The basic principles of restoring missing teeth and associated structures of partially edentulous mouth with removal prosthesis. Credit: 2 units; Pre-requisite: Occlusion 12A, Dent Mat 11; Co-requisite: Physio 22 and Perio 22.

PROSTHODONTICS 21B. FIXED DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS. Credit: 1 unit (6 hrs lab); Pre-requisite: Resto Dent 12A and B

PROSTHODONTICS 22B.REMOVABLE DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS. Credit: 1 unit ( 3 hrs lab)

PROSTHODONTICS 31A. COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS. The study of the effects of the loss of all natural teeth and their associated structures and their restoration with artificial dentures. Credit: 2 units

PROSTHODONTICS 31B. COMPLETE DENTURE PROSTHODONTICS. Credit: 1 unit (3 hrs lab)

RADIODONTICS 21. RADIOGRAPHIC TECHNIQUES. Principles and techniques of dental radiography. Credit: 1 unit

RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY 12A. OPERATIVE DENTISTRY I. The principles of cavity preparations necessary for the repair of carious teeth. Credit: 2 units; Pre-requisite: Dental Materials 11

RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY 12B. OPERATIVE DENTISTRY. Credit: 1 unit (3 hrs lab)

RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY 21A. OPERATIVE DENTISTRY. Technical procedures in restoring lost tooth structure to their proper form, function and aesthetics on mannequins and on actual patients. Credit: 2 units; Pre-requisite: Restorative Dentistry 12A and 12B.

RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY 21B. OPERATIVE DENTISTRY II. Credit: 1 unit ( 3-hrs lab)

SEMINARS 40. SPECIAL STUDIES. Application of research methods, biostatics and the writing of a research paper. Credit:32 hours (32 hrs, one year)

SURGERY 31. ORAL SURGERY. The principles of surgery as applied to the oral cavity. Credit: 2 units; Pre-requisite: Patho 22 and Physio 22

SURGERY 32. MAXILLO- FACIAL SURGERY. Surgical management of pathological conditions of the mouth, accessory nasal sinuses and adnexa. Credit: 2 units; Pre-requisite: Surgery 31