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Subject descriptions

Program director: Prof. Dr. Péter Windisch

 

 

Periodontology II. and IV. Spring term 2019 (downloadable below)

Subject “Oral medicine” is taken over by Dept. of Oral Diagnostics from the schoolyear of 2016/17.

Prerequisities of joining Periodontology I-IV in accordance with the effective Curriculum

Participation: completing the administration work for closing the previous semester.

Punctual show up.

Requirements of the participation in Periodontology practices:

  • proper uniform matching the rules with a name plate
  • learning and understanding both the course description (requirements and rules of the subject) and the basic fire and accident prevention rules presented by the instructor of a given group and certified by each student’s signature
  • Punctual show up.

Periodontology II. course code FOKOPDK 143_2A and 213_2A

Periodontology IV. course code FOKOPDK 143_4A and 213_4A


Periodontology I. and III. 2018 Fall term

 

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Periodontology I. course code FOKOPDK 143_1A

Periodontology I. course code FOKOPDK 213_1A

Periodontology III. course code FOKOPDK 143_3A

Periodontology III. course code FOKOPDK 213_3A

 

1 Subject “Oral medicine” is taken over by Dept. of Oral Diagnostics from the schoolyear of 2016/17.


 

First year of studies

First year of studies

2011/12

2011/12

2012/13

2012/13

Subject

Prerequisity

Exam type

Prerequisity

Exam type

Oral Medicine

Periodontology III.

final

Periodontology I.

Oral biology

semifinal

Oral biology

semifinal

Periodontology II.

Periodontology I.

parcatice

Periodontology I.

semifinal

Periodontology III.

Periodontology II.

practice

Periodontology II.

practice

Periodontology IV.

Periodontology III.

final

Periodontology III.

final

 

Study and Examiniation Policy

In accordance with the The Study and Examination Policy of Semmelweis University Faculty of Dentistry (section 17 on page 9)

“ 3. Knowledge may be assessed using

a. oral or written accounts given during class, written (classroom) tests, or assessments of assignments completed outside classes during term-time,

b. practical marks,

c. end-of-term examinations,

d. comprehensive examinations,

e. final examinations
4. End-of-term marks can be given as a. mid-term marks – both for theoretical and practical subjects – based on assessments during termtime, b. marks obtained during an examination; in this case, the mark is based on – only the performance at the examination or – the combination of mid-term assessments and the performance at the examination.”

“ 7. In order to obtain an end-of-term signature for the given subject, attendance at at least 75% of practical sessions and lectures is required. If a tolerable absence rate of less than 25% is specified by the head of the educational organisational unit (the lecturer of the subject), an opportunity for making up for missed practical sessions before the start of the examination period at the latest must be provided.”

 


The questions for the oral final exam can be downloaded here.