Year two courses include microbiology, dental anatomy, patho-physiology, radiology and your first two dental hygiene clinical theory and practice courses. Guided by experienced faculty, you will begin providing dental hygiene services to public clients by the end of your first term in the program.
Academic Term 1
|BIOL 160||Microbiology for Dental Hygiene||2|
|DHYG 219||Head & Neck Anatomy||3|
|DHYG 220||Dental Anatomy||2|
|DHYG 245||Professional Practice 1||3|
|DHYG 270||Clinical Theory 1||4|
|DHYG 271||Clinical Practice 1||4|
Academic Term 2
|BIOL 260||General Pathophsiology||3|
|DHYG 221||Oral Sciences 1||2|
|DHYG 222||Introduction to Periodontolgy||2|
|DHYG 246||Professional Practice 2||4|
|DHYG 280||Clinical Theory 2||4|
|DHYG 281||Clinical Practice 2||4|
Current Students: If you started this program prior to 2014 please contact an Academic Advisor for assistance with making course selections that will support your eligibility for the program credential.