M.Sc. in Dental Sciences (Non-Thesis)
M.Sc. in Dental Sciences (Thesis)
Ph.D.in Craniofacial Health Sciences (Ad-Hoc, Thesis)
Applicants for graduate studies with thesis requirement have to be accepted by a supervisor before they will be accepted as a graduate student by the Faculty of Dentistry. For a quick reference of a list of some potential supervisors, please review Graduate Research Program in Dentistry 2010 [.pdf] . For a complete list, see Academic Members tab on the left. We encourage all interested in the program to identify, and directly contact academic members by e-mail, making sure to attach your CV and all University transcripts.
An Introduction to Graduate Studies in Oral Health Research
What make McGill's Graduate Programs in Dentistry so special?
- Our graduate students do cross-disciplinary work, and they are motivated by challenges in research.
- Small class sizes and a well-structured, stimulating curriculum help students achieve academic excellence.
- Students receive a high level of technical support and interact extensively with post-doctoral fellows, research associates and assistants.
- Students interact regularly with faculty who are leading researchers in their fields, and they are exposed to many invited external speakers in various seminar series.
- Major areas of excellence in the Faculty include research on pain, mineralized and periodontal tissues, extracellular matrix biology, biomaterials and clinical oral health.
- There are many interdisciplinary collaborations work with other centres of excellence on campus.
- Our tenure-track faculty have more external research funding than any other Canadian dental school.
Applying M.Sc. (Thesis)
Dates for Guaranteed Consideration
Fall: June 30
Winter: Nov. 15
Summer: March 30
Fall: April 30
Winter: Sept. 30
Summer: Feb. 28
Applying M.Sc. (Non-Thesis)
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