Welcome to the Dental Biomaterials Program
The M.S. program in dental biomaterials is offered to individuals who want to pursue advanced study in dental biomaterials. A major component of the program is conducting a research project culminating in the successful completion of a master’s thesis and defense.
The curriculum is structured to provide a broad overview of the use of materials science in dentistry.
Courses cover topics such as:
- Mechanical behavior
- Experimental techniques as they apply to dental biomaterials
Opportunities in teaching dental biomaterials and training in methods, techniques and instrumentation used in dental biomaterials research are also extended to students.
An online application is available on the Graduate School’s website.
- A completed Marquette Graduate School online application and application fee.
- Official transcripts from all current and previous colleges except Marquette University
- Three letters of recommendation
- Undergraduate and/or dental school GPA and class ranks
- (International Students) TOEFL score or other acceptable proof of English proficiency
- GRE scores (general test only)
Frequently asked questions
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Who typically applies or enrolls in the dental biomaterials M.S. program?
Although not exclusive to the following, past applicants have been U.S. and international dental school graduates; dental hygiene and dental technology graduates with a strong science background; non-dental students with a background in science or engineering; and students wanting to improve their credentials for subsequent application to dental, medical or Ph.D. programs.
How long is the dental biomaterials M.S. program?
The program may be completed in two academic years.
What is the dental biomaterials tuition?
The tuition is listed on the Graduate School website. During the course of two years, students take approximately 32 credit hours.
Is financial aid available?
Applicants are advised to consult the Graduate School Financial Aid website. Teaching assistantships in the dental biomaterials program are not typically available. Research assistantships are occasionally available but rely on current funding status of program faculty.
When is the application deadline?
There is no strict deadline, but applicants are encouraged to have their complete application submitted by February to be considered for the fall entry class. Spring semester entry is possible every other year (even years).
Is the GRE required for admission to the dental biomaterials program?
The GRE is not required for admission but is highly recommended.
Faculty Research Profiles
To find out more about our program or ask a question, please email us or contact:
Dr. David Berzins
Wehr Physics Building, Room 113A
P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
State Licensure/Certification Disclosure for Graduate Dentistry Programs
The information below reflects whether this program meets the educational requirements for licensure or certification in the specified states.
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Does Not Satisfy Educational Requirements: None
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