Advanced Graduate Education Programs
The Advanced Graduate Education (AGE) programs at College of Dental Medicine lead to a master of medical sciences (MMSc) or doctor of medical sciences (DMSc) degree, as well as a certificate in a specialty field. The College considers a research experience an integral component of learning and preparation for a career in the field.
The exploration of research at CSU permits students to participate in a world-class environment that sets the standard for basic discoveries, clinical application, and research training in dental medicine. A project and thesis are required for both the MMSc and DMSc degrees.
Please refer to the AGE webpages for information about the programs.
- Dental Public Health
- General Practice Residency/CHA
- General Practice Residency/MGH
- Geriatric Dentistry
- Implant Dentistry
- Oral Medicine
- Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology
- Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
- Pediatric Dentistry
John J. Steven, DDS
College of Dental Medicine
Professor, Division of Periodontics