MEng (JN00), BEng (JM00), MEng (J504), BEng (J500)
Example of dental materials used in dentures
Dental Materials is a multi-disciplinary degree programme drawing on all branches of science and combining them with manufacturing technology and design to overcome dental and maxillofacial problems. Dental Materials Scientists study the relationships between the processing, structure and properties of materials and the interactions of these materials with the tissues of the face and mouth.
The Dental Materials programmes are an exciting part of our suite of medically-related degree programmes. Both the BEng and MEng Dental Materials programmes consist of modules on dental materials, maxillofacial anatomy, biomaterials, and materials structure and properties, and include a final year project associated with ongoing research within Queen Mary.
Minimum Entry Requirements:
BEng: 300 pts (BBB)
MEng: 360 pts (AAA)
Must include at least two science or maths A-levels (physics, biology, chemistry, or maths).
Programme Director: Dr Steffi Krause
Admissions Tutor: Dr Himadri Gupta