This outcome will include the student’s ability to understand, recall and then present the information. The information should include; knowledge of specific facts; knowledge of concepts, principles, theories and different procedures that are required during the preparation of a Dental Professional.
This cognitive skill learning outcome will include; application of the concepts, principles and theories taught; critical thinking and problem solving; skills dealing with wide range of issues and coming to a valid diagnosis and conclusion.
Interpersonal skills and responsiblities
Interpersonal skills and responsibility outcomes will include; the ability to take the accountability for continued personal and professional learning and development; the ability to be able to work independently and as in groups including leadership responsibilities; ability to act responsibly in a personal and professional manner; display of ethical and high moral standards in both private and public environments.
Communication skills, Information Technology (IT) and numerical skills
These skills will include student’s ability to; communicate effectively in both written and oral form; make use of information and communication resources and; use statistical and research tools to their advantage.
Skills that require high levels of manual dexterity and finer controls over physical functions of the body are essential in many clinical fields of study in dentistry. The skill set vary from one field of speciality to the other. It is of prime importance that the graduates learn these manual dexterity and advanced control over the instruments and equipment with their detailed knowledge and problem solving skills.