Our educational policy follows the general educational objectives and policies prescribed in Japan’s Fundamental Low of Education. Our objective is to produce dental practitioners who are also well-balanced individuals capable of applying everything they learn at the university. To achieve this, we focus both on academic scholarship relating to dentistry that involves in-depth research and teaching of theory and techniques in specialist fields, and provide students with the knowledge, skills, and moral principles that a dentist needs in the real world.
Accordingly, students of the university must have aptitude and potential to be a dentist and study in line with this educational policy. The aptitudes needed to be a dentist are summarized in the three items below.
To be a dentist, one cannot have one aptitude but lack another. All three aptitudes listed above are essential. Over the course of the university’s integrated six-year program these crucial aptitudes are cultivated while all the time maintaining respect for the individual personality of each student. The goal of our educational program is, ultimately, to produce capable dentists who possess a rich, human warmth.