The Faculty of Dentistry offers the Master of Oral Health (MOH). Applicants must have sufficient prior training in oral health—such as the Bachelor of Oral Health (BOH) offered here at the Faculty of Dentistry.
Master of Oral Health (MOH)
The Master of Oral Health (MOH) provides an opportunity for Bachelor of Oral Health graduates, or graduates of another approved oral qualification, and registered in the scopes of dental therapy and/or dental hygiene, to develop advanced theoretical, clinical and research skills.
This qualification will provide a stepping stone to a PhD and a pathway to an academic career in oral health or to an advanced clinical career.
It is offered as a one-year full-time or two-year part-time 180-point taught master's programme. For part-time candidates, the majority of the clinical experience will be practice-based, remote from Dunedin.
MOH graduates will have attained advanced knowledge, skills, and attributes in the scopes of dental therapy and dental hygiene practice. They will demonstrate a high level of research-informed clinical practice, the implementation of an oral health promotion project, and the ability to undertake a rigorous research project.
- Have completed the degree of Bachelor of Oral Health from the University of Otago or another oral health qualification approved by the Admissions Sub-Committee, and be registered in the areas of dental hygiene and/or dental therapy practice in their country of practice or residence, and
- Have achieved a minimum grade point average of B+ in the final year of the qualifying degree or qualification
Further information about the Master of Oral Health (MOH)