The course is 3 years long. The curriculum covers teaching theoretical medical science disciplines, basic subjects (anatomy and histology, physiology of the organ of mastication, epidemiology, public health, environmental protection, qualified first aid, economics and finance in health protection, organisation and management in health protection, organisation and management of a dental technology office) and the teaching of core subjects (prosthetic technology, orthodontic technology, introduction to prosthodontics, introduction to orthodontics, dental technology materials science, casting technologies in dental technology, construction of fixed and removable prosthesis, modelling and drawing, polymer technology, ceramic technology, biomechanics in dental technology).
In order to pass successive years in the course, students must serve summer internships in a prosthodontics laboratory.
Graduates receive a diploma and a bachelor’s degree. They can find employment in health institutions or run their own dental laboratory. upon the completion of a teaching speciality course they can work in education.
First cycle graduates are eligible to take up a second cycle (master’s) course in public health.