Students begin their journey by learning basic university subjects, including computer skills, innovative thinking, English for medical profession, science and mathematics, humanities, cultural and social studies and more. Most courses are taught in the same class as medical students.
Students are now exposed to basic medical and dental sciences encompassing basic biology, normal function of the body as well as diseases affecting it. Also, students have an opportunity to engage in community-based practice and conduct both general and oral health survey.
After establishing strong foundations, Students spend their time studying each dental specialty, both theory and laboratory clinical practice.
Students are immersed in full-scaled clinical environment, learning to care for patients holistically while rotating between SUT Oral Health Centre and other provincial hospitals in Nakornchaiburin.