Programme Courses at the praxisHochschule
In order to satisfy modern critical requirements of healthcare and social welfare systems, we provide these programme courses for you:
The dental engineer isfamiliar with currentdigital production methodsfor producing dentalprosthetics.In the dental laboratory,the responsibilities of thedental engineer includethe operation of theIT-supported productionof dental prosthetics.The dental engineer alsotakes care of the digitalworkflow in moderndental practices.
Graduates will work as adental hygienist but alsoa self-employed expert forprevention and prophylaxis.Within the dental practicegraduates will takeresponsibility for build-up,administration andmanagement of thedepartment of prophylaxis.
The Dual LEARNING Principle
The University of Applied Sciences combines theory and practice in every course programme, enabling students to connect their academic studies and practical work skills.
> The training and practice integrated study model combines the bachelor studies with career training and practical skills training.
> To enjoy a variety of professional choices in the future, professional training is required. That is why students at our university have to take care of their studies and work in parallel as a compulsory study form.
The Didactic Concept
The University of Applied Sciences has “problem-based learning” (PBL, also problem-oriented learning, POL) as the fundamental principle for courses. Instead of the classic teacher-centred teaching method, independent learning is also the core element when studying at our university.
Students will set their leaning goals by means of independent analyses of problem cases and case studies in a small group under the supervision of scientists and practice experts who subsequently follow students’ learning results altogether. This learning phase will be supplemented with practice units in our own clinic or other cooperative training practices, where students will take seminars, lectures and self-learning course units.
Through the integration of practice and theory, students can enjoy the acquisition of knowledge, ability and skills but also personal development as a significant element of the study path.
The main learning materials are available to students in our online campus. Not only study contents but also teaching schedules and learning plans can be found here. Students may also enjoy an intensive exchange of information here - with each other or with tutors and lecturers - outside of the presence times.
Undergraduate Programme Study
Undergraduate Programme Study is also possible without Abitur (German Public Exam).
Candidates can meet our undergraduate admission requirements through other qualifications equivalent to general higher education entrance qualification (of applied sciences) or through certification of proved internship training for more than three years. For further information about the requirements, please contact our student consultation department.