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Dental Hygiene Program (Baccalaureate Degree) - The dental hygiene program at the University of Michigan is structured to confer the baccalaureate degree to students at the completion of the dental hygiene curriculum. Graduates are prepared not only for the traditional dental hygiene responsibilities as clinician and health educator, but also for the roles of consumer advocate, change agent, researcher, and health care manager/administrator.
Dental Hygiene Degree Completion Programs (Bachelor of Science Degree) - A Bachelor of Science degree in Dental Hygiene is designed for students who have completed an accredited dental hygiene program and are licensed in dental hygiene. Dental Hygiene degree completion programs allow the exploration of all roles of the dental hygienist and expands professional opportunities. The program is available on campus or online.
Graduate Dental Hygiene Program (Masters Degree) - Programs leading to the Master of Science degree are offered to those who desire advanced education in dental hygiene, clinical teaching or research.
For further information on any of these programs, please visit the Dental Hygiene site.