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The general objective of the Master’s Degree in Dental Sciences is to train researchers in the field of Dentistry and Stomatology who can manage and plan successfully a group of work and carry out projects with their own and innovative ideas; researchers who will have the ability to synthesise for oral and written presentations the results of their researches, as well as they  be prepared for accessing to posts as researchers in public centres or private companies. The development of the Master’s consists in a training period that will be completed with the preparation of a research project. The completion of the Master’s Degree in Dental Sciences will give access to the Doctoral Studies in Dentistry, which will be held equally in the Department of Stomatology.

The objectives and competences described in this document have been formulated taking into account the respect for fundamental rights and equal opportunities between men and women, Law 3/2007 22 March, for the effective equality between women and men; the principles of equal opportunities and universal accessibility for people with disabilities, Law 51/2003, 2 December, of equal opportunities, non-discrimination and universal accessibility of people with disabilities, and the values of a culture of peace and democratic values, Law 27/2005, 30 November for promoting education and culture of peace.
 

Competences 

Competence number 1 To know how to apply the acquired knowledge and be able to resolve problems in new or unfamiliar environments within broader contexts (or multidisciplinary) related to their area of study.
Competence number 2 To be able to integrate knowledge and face the complexity of making judgements based on information that being incomplete or limited, will include reflections about social and ethical responsibilities connected with the application of their knowledge and judgments, from a gender perspective.
Competence number 3 To be able to communicate their conclusions (and the knowledge and the ultimate judgements that support it) to a specialised and non-specialised public clearly and unambiguously.
Competence number 4 To have the learning skills necessary for continuing  self-managed and autonomous study.
Competence number 5 To be competent in the development of specific research techniques in the area of Stomatology and Dentistry, as well as in the evaluation and interpretation of the results obtained by the same.
Competence number 6 To be able to work in a consolidated research team.
Competence number 7 To be competent in the development of specific research techniques in the area of Stomatology and Dentistry, as well as in the evaluation and interpretation of the results obtained by the same.
Competence number 8 To be able to choose the most appropriate techniques and tools for the raised research problem
 
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