Dental Assisting (C) Certificate
The Dental Assisting Program is competency-based and teaches the appropriate skills, knowledge and perspectives needed to succeed within the dental assisting field.
Students have the opportunity to attain competence in oral and written communications as well as skills specific to the workplace.
The 40-credit-hour curriculum prepares students to become registered dental assistants which is required to work as a dental assistant in the state of Texas.
|First Semester||13 Credits|
|DNTA 1305||Dental Radiology I||3|
|DNTA 1311||Dental Science||3|
|DNTA 1315||Chairside Assisting||3|
|DNTA 1401||Dental Materials||4|
|Second Semester||17 Credits|
|DNTA 1241||Dental Laboratory Procedures||2|
|DNTA 1245||Preventive Dentistry||2|
|DNTA 1249||Dental Radiology in the Clinic||2|
|DNTA 1251||Dental Office Management||2|
|DNTA 1353||Dental Assisting Applications||3|
|DNTA 1660||Clinical I-Dental Assistant||6|
|DNTA 2461||Clinical II-Dental Assistant||4|
|Total Credit Hours for Dental Assisting Certificate||34 credits|
View course descriptions here: Course Catalog