Dentistry - Biomedical and Clinical Sciences - DBCS


The information below lists courses approved in this subject area effective Fall 2014. Not all courses will necessarily be offered these terms. Please consult the Schedule of Classes for a listing of courses offered for a specific term.

500-level courses require graduate standing.

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311 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry I
5 hours. Survey of normal structure and function of body systems and detailed discussion of the musculoskeletal and stomatognathic systems. Prerequisite(s): Professional standing.

312 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences and Dentistry II
3 hours. Normal structure and function of the stomatognathic, central and peripheral nervous systems. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in DBCS 311; and professional standing.

313 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry III
3 hours. Normal structure and function of the integument (skin and mucosa) and immune systems. Prerequisite(s): Professional standing.

314 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry IV
3 hours. Survey of normal structure and function of body systems and detailed discussion of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems. Prerequisite(s): DBCS 313; and professional standing.

315 Biomedical and Clinical Services in Dentistry V
3 hours. Normal structure and function of the gastrointestinal system, hemopoietic system and the immune system with microbial infections. Prerequisite(s): Professional standing.

316 Biomedical and Clinical Services in Dentistry VI
3 hours. Normal structure and function of the endocrine, reproductive and urinary systems. Prerequisite(s): Professional standing.

321 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry VII
3 hours. Addresses systemic diseases and conditions that affect orofacial health and/or oral health care to include the cardiovascular, pulmonary and central and peripheral nervous systems. Prerequisite(s): DBCS 315; and professional standing.

322 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry VIII
3 hours. The assessment of systemic diseases and conditions of the integument and musculoskeletal system that affect orofacial health and/or oral health care. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in DBCS 316; and professional standing.

323 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry IX
3 hours. The assessment of systemic diseases and conditions that affect orofacial health and/or health care to include the gastro-intestinal system and urinary system. Prerequisite(s): DBCS 316; and professional standing.

324 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry X
3 hours. Assessment of systemic diseases and conditions of the hemopoietic system and the immune system and microbial infections that affect orofacial health and/or oral health care. Prerequisite(s): DBCS 323; and professional standing.

325 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry XI
3 hours. Addresses assessment of systemic diseases and conditions that affect orofacial health and/or oral health care to include the endocrine and reproductive system, and the integration of systems and multi-system conditions and diseases. Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent registration in DBCS 323; and professional standing.

326 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry XII
3 hours. Addresses assessment of systemic diseases and conditions that affect orofacial health and/or oral health care to include the integration of systems and multi-systems conditions and diseases. Prerequisite(s): DBCS 323; and professional standing.

327 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry XIII
2 hours. Assessment of diseases and conditions of the cardiovascular, pulmonary and central and peripheral nervous systems affecting orofcial health and/or oral health care. Prerequisite(s): DBCS 326; and professional standing.

328 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry XIV
2 hours. Assessment of diseases and conditions of the musculoskeletal, gastrointestinal, urinary and reproductive systems that affect orofacial health and/or oral health care.

329 Biomedical and Clinical Sciences in Dentistry XV
2 hours. Assessment of hemopoietic, endocrine, and immune systems, microbial infections, and multi-system conditions and diseases affecting orofacial health and/or oral health care. Prerequisite(s): DBCS 326; and professional standing.


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This listing is for informational purposes only and does not constitute a contract. Every attempt is made to provide the most current and correct information. Courses listed here are subject to change without advance notice. Courses are not necessarily offered every term or year. Individual departments or units should be consulted for information regarding frequency of course offerings.