DENTISTRY (DOUBLE-MAYOR PROGRAM) with official recognition of studies No. 2002180 for the Campestre Campus from the Federal Department of Education (SEP)
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introduction

The Graduate in Dentistry, is dedicated to establish prevention, diagnosis, prognosis and carry out the treatment plan of oral diseases to provide function and aesthetics, also assesses the patient’s systemic conditions and the detects pathologies and / or general diseases that manifest in the mouth. If you are interested in developing yourself as a Healthcare Professional focused on oral problems and you would like to work on the design of Treatment Plans that aim to restore health and aesthetics and ensure the integral health of patients. We invite you to study with us.


What are the characteristics that would make it easier for you to study this career?

 
Interests

Health Sciences
Well-being of others
Teamwork
Biology
Skills
Manual skills
Empathy
Proactivity
Observation capacity
Values
Responsability
Respect
Solidarity
 


Accredited by

CONAEDO - Consejo Nacional de Educación Odontológica


dentistry school mission

The mission of the UDLSB Faculty of Dentistry is to prepare individuals through a comprehensive learning process for the development of knowledge, skills, attitudes and values through a high quality education, oriented to research and with a high sense of community service to provide adequate care and oral health care to the population.



dentistry faculty vision

Be recognized as the best School of Dentistry in the country and to have a projection abroad, to integrate dental health professionals committed to continuing education, open to innovations and the implementation of schemes that allow for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of oral diseases, through an ethical, efficient and qualified service.


work field

If you study dentistry you can perform both in the public sector and in the private sector, in health institutions, clinics or hospitals, as a specialist doctor, researcher or administrator of oral health services.

In addition, you will have the knowledge to be able to private practice, establishing your own dental office. Besides, you can work in research centers, universities and educational institutions, as a professor or administrative.

why study with us?

• We are the only Dental School outside the United States, approved by the Dental Board of California, allowing our graduates to practice in that State once they comply with current regulations to obtain their professional license.

• We are accredited by the National Council of Dental Education (CONAEDO).

• Our faculty is of the highest academic level; a large percentage of our Professors have at least one Specialty, some of them with a Doctorate level.

• Our Clinical attention and Evaluation Models distinguishes us, which allow our students to provide care to real patients’ cases, supervised by the faculty staff.

• Our curriculum offers a comprehensive education, helping you to acquire an accurate vision of the world and life.

support centers

At the De La Salle Bajio University you will find the necessary spaces to strengthen your learning such as:

Computer Center:
The University provides students with an advanced and fully equipped computer center for academic use.

University Residence:
The UDLSB has a university residence on campus for female and male students.

Language center:
The objective of this center is to promote in students the acquisition of a second or third language so that they have better tools for their professional development. The languages taught are English, French, Italian, German and Japanese. The Language center offers exams like the TOEFL and the CPE.

Library:
Students have access to different sections of books and journals concerning their discipline and subjects. Likewise, the library has reading clubs and another series of events. It has about 101,778 volumes of specialized consultation and leisure. Specialized magazines (hemeroteca), mapoteca, video library, room of Internet for electronic consultations, with high speed server and with personnel trained to support you in your consultation.

• All common outdoor areas within the Campus, have wireless Internet.

SAIN 2000 Clinic:
This clinic is located within the Campus Campestre and provides basic medical services to students during school hours.

Phantoms Lab:
Dummies that emulate a real patient in conditions similar to the clinic.

Radiology Lab:
It has X-ray devices.

Laboratory Practice:
You will be able to develop multiple practices, from waxes to practices with diverse dental materials.

Clinical Support Labs:
These laboratories are in the clinics covering all the needs that are generated in these areas.

You will have contact with the clinics from the first semester. Our clinics are new and modern, equipped with dental units and cutting-edge equipment.

From the 3rd semester you will perform treatments directly on the patients, with the supervision of specialist dentists, and as you progress you will be able to apply treatments with a greater degree of complexity, so that you graduate with an excellent practical level.

During the eight semesters you can carry out activities of Community Service through the Mobile Dental Unit.

In addition, you can attend events organized by the University such as: academic weeks, conferences, visits, congresses and field practices.

entry profile

KNOWLEDGE
• Basic math and chemistry problems
• Fundamentals of differential and integral calculus
• Basic concepts of the natural sciences (chemistry, biology and health sciences)
• Advances and development of biology as a science and basic principles of genetic engineering
• Cell processes and molecular Biology
• Preservation of Biodiversity and understanding of the Biology of plants, fungi and animals
• Liquid, solid and gaseous states of matter and its characteristics
• Chemical equilibrium and energy changes in the environment
• Oxidation-reduction reactions
• Macromolecules that make up living beings

ABILITIES
• Count on numerical ability and interpret the results obtained.
• Have an abstract thought
• Evaluate the physical, chemical and biological risk factors present in nature that alter the quality of life of a population to propose preventive measures
• Apply diverse theories about natural phenomena

ATTITUDES AND VALUES
• High spirit of service
• Commitment to Christian, social and ethical values
• Willingness and openness to new ideas
• Propositive
• Work under pressure.
• Broad and interdisciplinary vision and committment to the study
• Readiness to order and discipline
• Criticality
• Reflective
• Search for personal development in all its dimensions
• Entrepreneurship
• Faith
• Fraternity
• Service
• Honesty
• Respect
• Responsibility

graduation profile

KNOWLEDGE
• Basic medical sciences
• Stomatognathic system
• Oral and systemic diagnosis
• Preventive and restorative dentistry of oral diseases
• Dental prostheses
• General concepts in Orthodontics, Endodontics, Periodontics, Odontogeriatrics, Pediatric Dentistry, Maxillofacial Surgery
• Ethics and Bioethics
• Quality and safety in dental care
• Regulations related to the profession
• Research
• Health-disease process
• Dental material and instruments
• Biosecurity
• Business development
• Prevent, diagnose and treat oral diseases
• Design and perform treatment plans according to the patient's systemic condition, through multidisciplinary and minimally invasive management
• Maintain clear and accurate communication with patients and their peers in the area of health
• Handle materials and dental instruments
• Establish and carry out infection control and biosecurity programs in dental care centers
• Identify and manage professional risks
• Develop and implement quality and safety programs in dental care
• Know and apply the regulations related to the profession
• Know and prescribe specific medications for the treatment of oral pathologies
• Perform basic clinical procedures of dental care
• Develop a business vision
• Know and apply the current technology
• Resolve situations of dental emergencies
• Identify medical emergencies
• Reflect and apply critical knowledge in professional practice
• Establish a relationship of empathy and trust with the patient
 
HABILIDADES
• Identificar y prevenir las enfermedades bucales y sistémicas con manifestaciones bucales de los pacientes odontológicos.
• Establecer planes de tratamiento proponiendo un manejo adecuado multidisciplinario.
• Mantener comunicación clara y precisa con los pacientes y con pares en el área de la salud.
• Realizar los planes de tratamiento establecidos.
• Identificar, utilizar y aplicar las técnicas para manipular materiales e instrumental odontológico bajo estándares de control de infección.
• Identificar y prescribir medicamentos y sus interacciones.
• Aplicar técnicas de atención odontológica básica general (anestesia, toma de radiografías, fomento de la salud).
• Establecer el manejo administrativo eficiente de un consultorio.
• Manejar y aplicar la reglamentación sanitaria y la relacionada con la profesión.
 
ATTITUDES AND VALUES
• Consider the person as the center of their action as a health professionals
• Delimit the field of professional practice based on the application of ethical, bioethical, scientific and legal principles
• Have a methodical and organized attitude in the professional practice
• Respect the rights of patients and the profession
• Openess to continuous educaion in the dental area
• Respect the fundamental Hippocratic principle: “first, do not harm”

study plan

Does the Degree is offered does turn?
Morning and mixed.

What is the duration of the race semesters?
ten semesters.

What subjects are taught in the race?

Plan 05
 
First semester
Human Anatomy
Histology and Embriology I
Biochemistry
Biosecurity
Dental Anatomy
Preventive Odontology
Critical Thinking Skill
Elective Foreign Language I
Global and National Context
Second semester
Physiology
Histology and Embriology II
Microbiology
Imaging I
Preoperative Dental
Safety in Dental Care
Applied Psychology to the Dental Practice
Professional Communication
Elective Foreign Language II
Philosophical Anthropology
Third semester
General Patology
Pharmacotherapy
Propedeutic
Imaging II
Surgical Techniques I
Dental materials
Dental operation
Basic Clinic
Elective Foreign Language III
The humanism
Fourth semester
Medical Emergencies
Management of Patients with Medical Problems
Oral Pathology
Surgical Techniques II
Oral pathology
Periodontology I
Fixed prosthesis
Comprehensive Clinic I
Elective Foreign Language IV
Religion, Culture and Transcendence
Fifth semester
Endodontics I
Occlusion
Periodontology II
Removable Prosthesis
Total prosthesis
Comprehensive Clinic II
Oral Public Health
The World in the Christian Perspective
Sixth semester
Endodontics II
Implantology
Surgery I
Pediatric Dentistry I
Odontogeriatrics
Comprehensive Clinic III
Epidemiology
The Christian Community in Postmodernity
Seventh semester

Surgery I
Pediatric Dentistry II
Comprehensive Clinic IV
Investigation methodology
Business Development I
Citizenship and Social Responsibility
Eighth semester

Multidisciplinary dentistry Orthodontics
Comprehensive Clinic V
Investigation workshop
Business Development II
Bioethics
Ninth semester

National Boards Medical Sciences
National Board Dental Sciences
Professional Licensure Examination
Dental Office Administration
Jurisprudence
Nitrous Oxide
Clinic Strengthening Workshop
 

Plan 04
 
First semester
Human anatomy
Histology and Embryology I
Biosecurity
Community Dentistry I
Preventive and Restorative Dentistry I
Dental anatomy
Professional Communication
Second semester
Physiology
Histology and Embryology II
Biochemistry
Microbiology
Community Dentistry II
Preventive and Restorative Dentistry II
Mde Information Technologies applied
Elective Foreign Language I
Third semester
General Pathology
Pharmacotherapy
Imaging I
Preventive and restorative dentistry III
Surgery I
Dental materials
Propedeutics
Elective Foreign Language II
Global and National Context
Fourth semester
Imaging II
Oral Pathology
Surgery II
Management of Patients with Medical Problems
Fixed Prosthesis
Periodontics I
Comprehensive Clinic I
Elective Foreign Language III
Philosophical Anthropology
Fifth semester
Endodontics I
Total prosthesis
Removable Prosthesis
Occlusion
Periodontics II
Comprehensive Clinic II
Elective Foreign Language IV
The Humanism
Sixth semester
Psychology applied to dental practice
Medical emergency
Endodontics II
Surgery III
Pediatric Dentistry I
Prosthodontics
Comprehensive Clinic III
Religion, Culture and Transcendence
The World of the Christian Perspective
Seventh semester
Odontogeriatrics I
Surgery IV
Pediatric Dentistry II
Comprehensive Clinic IV
Investigation methodology
Business development I
The Christian Community in Postmodernity
Citizenship and Social Responsibility
Eighth semester
Selected Topics of Dentistry
Orthodontics
Comprehensive Clinic V
Research Workshop II
Business development II
Professional Ethics
Ninth semester
National Board Medical Sciences
National Board Dental Sciences
Professional Licensure Examination
Dental Office Administration
Jurisprudence
Nitrous Oxide
Clinic Strengthening Workshop
 

ALIGNMENT BETWEEN THE SUBJECTS OF THE STUDY PLAN AGREEMENT

ALIGNMENT BETWEEN THE SUBJECTS OF THE STUDY PLAN AGREEMENT No. 2002180 WITH CODE DGES-2014 AND DGES-2015

The graduates of the Faculty of Dentistry of the UDLSB must compulsorily complete a Social Service Program with a duration of one year, before obtaining their Professional degree. This service will be performed in public health care centers approved by state and national health authorities.

The educational philosophy underlying the year of Social Service is that this experience helps the student to develop their independence, mature professionally and reinforce the importance of social responsibility, which is fundamental to the principles of the University

Educational Competencies and Results of the Degree in Dentistry

1. The graduate must be competent in the application of the principles of ethics and professional responsibility.

2. The graduate must be competent in the use of critical thinking, about himself, in the self-evaluation of his progress in all lines of dentistry, and in the problems solving of his/her patients’ treatments.

3. Graduates must be competent in the application of biomedical sciences for the evaluation and treatment of their patients.

4. The graduate must be competent in the assessment and diagnosis of children, adolescents, adults and elderly patients.

5. Graduates must be competent in the implementation of comprehensive treatment plans and in the evaluation of their results.

6. The graduate must be competent in the promotion of health and in the prevention of oral diseases.

7. The graduate must be competent in the application of psychosocial and behavioral principles, which are consistent with the objectives of promotion, improvement and maintenance of health, focused on the patient.

8. The graduate must be competent in the prevention and control of pain and anxiety.

9. The graduate must be competent in the prevention, recognition and management of medical emergencies that occur in the dental practice.

10. The graduate must be able to recognize and manage malpositions and malocclusions in temporary, mixed and permanent dentition.

11. The graduate must be competent in the management of periodontal disease and peri-implant.

12. The graduate must be competent in the restoration of teeth with alterations in their shape, function and aesthetics.

13. The graduate must be competent in the replacement of lost teeth, in their form, function and aesthetics.

14. The graduate must be competent in the management of pulpal and peri-radicular alterations.

15. The graduate should be able to perform uncomplicated oral surgical procedures and manage patients who require special attention.

16. . The graduate must be competent in managingdental emergencies.

17. The graduate must be competent in the application of the legal standards, regulations and rules that govern dental practice and the services that contribute to providing oral health care.

18. The graduate must be competent in the application of the principles of management of dental practice and demonstrate understanding of the various models of oral health care.

19. The graduate must demonstrate the necessary skills to act as a leader of a working team responsible for oral health care.

Standards of the institution to evaluate the achievements of the students

In the first and second year of the program, students are assessed on their acquisition of knowledge and skills for basic, behavioral and clinical sciences, and preliminary progress toward competencies through various methods, including:

• Written exams in various formats, with two partial evaluations and a final exam (the latter contains the entire semester topics).
• Students can take the same course in a total of two (2) times. On each opportunity, they will be entitled to take an ordinary and an extraordinary examination when necessary.
• Written reports, analysis and discussion papers.
• Critical analyzes and summaries of biomedical literature.
• Individual and group (team) projects, which usually involve the research of problems and the development of proposals and reports.
• Evaluations of scheduled preclinical skills performed independently on mannequins in simulation laboratory courses and graded by rubrics (checklists / rating scales).
• Clinical experiences begin in the 3rd semester where students spend more and more time in the clinic acquiring patient management experience, treatment planning and technical skills in Comprehensive Dental Practice Clinics.
• It will be mandatory for students to accredit a second language.

• Complementary credits: the system of complementary credits offered by the University of La Salle Bajío aims to develop the values, attitudes and habits of students, focusing on comprehensive personal training and a better quality of life, fostering the experience in different areas of the Personal development. All students must obtain complementary credits. There are three (3) types:

• Sports, whose objective is to promote the harmonious physical development of students and involve organized physical and systematic activities in which a sporting activity is practiced.
• Cultural, which seeks to promote the cultural development of students and involve activities in which they can nurture their art appreciation or have an artistic and aesthetic participation.
• Solidarity, which aims to develop the commitment of students as human beings towards those who suffer from social, physical or intellectual disadvantages and involves activities focused on the areas of social work and human development.

• Professional Social Service: refers to the activities of one year (960 hours) that the law requires all students to perform to benefit the Mexican society. The type of activity carried out by students must have a direct relationship with their academic and humanistic education acquired during their academic careers.
• The criteria for awarding a Bachelor's degree are based on the evaluation of the knowledge and skills of students acquired during their academic careers and on the criterion that they obtained sufficient capacity to apply such knowledge and skills.

The graduation can be achieved in one of the following ways:
• Thesis presentation
• General exam of knowledge
• Postgraduate studies
• Academic Excellence
• Report of research activities
 
faculty

SEMESTRE FEBRUARY - JUNE 2018

DEPARTMENT OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE

Department Head
Dra. Ana María Leticia Fernandez Urtasún

Members
• Dr. Eduardo José Hernández Quesada
• Dr. Jesús De Santos Alba
• Q.F.B. Leticia Aurora Zúñiga Orozco
• MVZ. García González Saúl Efraín
• Dr. Gabriela Aragón Meyer
• Dr. María de Jesús Ponce Herrera
• Dr. Josué Roberto Bermeo Escalona

Subjects
• Human Anatomy
• Histology and Embryology I and II
• Physiology
• Biochemistry
• Microbiology
• General Pathology
• Pharmacotherapy

DEPARTMENT OF DIAGNOSIS AND ORAL MEDICINE

Department Head
Dr. Jesús De Santos Alba
Dr. Claudia Saldivar Cerda

Members
• Dr. Mariluz Padilla Diaz
• Dr. Carlos Martín Sánchez Rivera
• Dr. Ana María Leticia Fernández Urtasun
• Dr. Enrique Armando Lee Gómez
• Dr. Ana Cecilia Huerta Flores
• Dr. Irma Ponce Casillas
• Dr. José Andrés Hernández Fernández
• Dr. Elba Lucia del Carmen Caballero García
• Dr Juana Berenice Márquez González
• Dr Yaret García Camarena
• Dr. Cynthia Patricia Alvarado Vargas
• Dr. Andrea Ireri Palacios Sánchez
• Dr. Mauricio Pasillas Madrigal
• Dr. César Ayala Bernal

Subjects
• Imaging I y II
• Propedeutics
• Oral Pathology
• Medical Emergencies
• Patient Management with medical problems
• Psychology applied to dental practice
• .Psychology applied to Health Sciences
• Admission and Diagnosis Clinic
• Emergencies Clinic

DEPARTMENT OF PREVENTION AND PRIMARY CARE

Department Head
Dr. José Miguel Damián García Guerra

Members
• Dr. Marcela Vázquez Tejada
• Dr. Consuelo Patricia Trujillo Sánchez
• Dr. Carlos Martín Sánchez Rivera
• Dr. Juan Christian Fonseca López
• Dr. Juan Antonio Ramos Araiza
• Dr. Sergio Guadalupe López Falcón
• Dr. Martha De La luz Lara Hernández
• Dr. Lucia Monserrat Jiménez Longoria
• Dr. Elizabeth López Pérez
• Dr. María Teresa Alonso Padilla
• Dr. José Jesús Rivas Noriega

Subjects
• Preventive Dentistry
• Dental Preoperative
• Dental Surgery
• Basic Clinic
• Comprehensive Clinic I
• Preventive Clinic

DEPARTMENT OF ORAL REHABILITATION

Department Head
Dr. Blanca Estela Juárez Vega

Members
• Dr. Brenda Jennifer Salgado López
• Dr. Carlos Martín Sánchez Rivera
• Dr. Alberto Domínguez Hernández
• Dr. Eduardo Chávez Barajas
• Dr. Francisco de Paula Curiel Torres
• Dr. Angélica Cervantes Hernández
• Dr. Karen Hernández HidalgoDra. Evelyn Pérez Charles
• Dr. Oliver González Fonseca
• Dr. Antonio Efraín Gallardo Rocha
• Dr. Miguel Ignacio López Ramírez
• Dr. Elizabeth Jaramillo Alvarado
• Dr. Gabriela Solano Caudillo
• Dr. Sánchez Domínguez Said Arturo
• Dr. Ana Paula Robles Arriola

Subjects
• Dental materials
• Dental Anatomy
• Occlusion
• Fixed Prosthesis
• Removable Prosthesis
• Total Prosthesis
• Prostodontics
• Odontogeriatrics
• Comprehensive Clilnics l II,III,IV,V

DEPARTMENT OF DENTAL SPECIALTIES

Head Periodontics
Dr. José Salinas Mendoza

Periodontics Members
• Dr. Sanjuana Serrano Reyes
• Dr. José Gerardo Alonso García
• Dr. Laura Anguiano Flores
• Dr. Mayemi Pamela Santiago Martínez
• Dr. Elena Dervilia Balcazar Arévalo

Head Endodontics
Dr. Adriana Medina Romo

Endodontics Members
• Dr. Mónica Mayorga Mata
• Dr. Margarita Acuña Castro
• Dr. Sergio Curiel Torres
• Dr. Alejandra Guerrero Castro
• Dr. Mauricio Cordero Guzmán
• Dr. Andrea Pablos González

Head Surgery
Dr. Benjamín Morales Trejo

Surgery Members
• Dr. Luis Horacio Rojas López
• Dr. Carlos Daniel Rivas Béjar
• Dr. David Félix Lesso Arredondo
• Dr. Jaime Arturo Reynoso Araujo
• Dr. Anselmo Luciano Acosta Veloz

Head Odontopediatrics
Dr. María Concepción Cabrera Sánchez

Odontopediatric Members
• Dr. Leslie Dubey Malagón
• Dr. Graciela Pio Castillo
• Dr. Georgina de Jesús Núñez González
• Dr. María Alicia Pérez Ríos
• Dr. Christian Andrea López Ayuso
• Dr. Karla Georgina Rangel Fuentes
• Dr. Eduardo José Hernández Quesada
• Nurse. Rosario Pérez Hinojosa

Head Orthodontics
Dr. Felipe Pérez Zamora

Orthodontics Responsible
Dr. Salvador Ferrer Tamburini

Specialties Courses
• Periodontics I y II
• Endodontics I y II
• Selected Topics of Dentistry
• Surgery I, II, III y IV
• ATM Clinic
• Odontopediatrics I y II
• Orthodontics
• Orthodontics Clinic
• Health Care under sedation and general anesthesia

SELECTED TOPICS OF DENTISTRY

Proffesor
Dr. Jorge Triana Estrada

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICE

Coordinator
Dra. Erika Cortes Guzman

Mobile Unite Responsible
Dr. Erika Cortes Guzman

Interns
7 currently

Tutors
• Dr. Monserrat Jiménez Longoria
• Dr. Mónica Mayorga Mata
• Dr. María Alicia Pérez Ríos
• Dr. María Teresa Zermeño Loredo
• Dr. María Teresa Muñozcano Irirarte ( Feb 2018)
• Dr. Eduardo Barajas Chávez
• Dr. Carlos Martín Sánchez Rivera

POSTGRADUATE COORDINATORS

Endodontics
Dr. Mauricio González del Castillo Silva

Prosthodontics and Implantology
Dra. María Teresa Zermeño Loredo

Odontopediatricts
Dr. Arnoldo Murillo Vázquez

Orthodontits
Dr. Salvador Antonio Ferrer Tamburini

IDP COORDINATORS

Dr. Luis Carbajal Bello

ASSOCIATE COORDINATORS

Dra. Rosa Antonia López Parada

INSTITUTIONALS COURSES

Technical Area
• Business Development I
Aug-Dec
Proffesors:
Dr. Armando Hernández Ramírez
Ing. Juan José Becerril De Anda

• Business Development II
Feb-Jun
Proffesors:
Dr. Armando Hernández Ramírez
Ing. Juan José Becerril De Anda

Research Area
• Research Methodology
Aug-Dec
• Investigation workshop
Feb-Jun
Proffesor:
Dr. Miriam Lucía Rocha Navarro

Languages Area
• Elective Foreign Language I
• Elective Foreign Language II
• Elective Foreign Language III
• Elective Foreign Language IV

Humanities Area
• Global and National Context. Aug-Dec
• Phylosophical Antropology. Feb-Jun
• Humanism. Aug-Dec
• Religion, Culture and Trascendence. Feb-Jun
• The World from the Christian perspective. Aug-Dec
• The Christian Community in the Postmodernity. Feb-Jun
• Citizenship and Social Responsibility. Aug-Dec
• Bioethics. Feb-Jun

assistance model

Model of Clinical - MAC

The Model of Clinical Care (MAC) has a view to creating a clearly-designed outline of administrative and academic procedure that will assure adequate attention to patients and the development of competencies on the part of students of the Dental School UDLSB

The MAC is thus the frame of reference indicating guidelines, procedures and points of control in the provision of services and the monitoring of students learning.

The fundamental aspect for development in clinic is that of the formation of groups or work teams from mixed-semester groups which provide comprehensive care to patients; these work teams are coordinated academically by a tutor and clinically by professors (Clinic Supervisors), thus ensuring not only that students learn, but also the provision of adequate attention during the procedures, whether complex or simple, that patients require.

Clinics Evaluation Model - MEC

The Clinics Evaluation Model (MEC) is based on the pedagogic principle of theory and practice. Dental clinics are considered an integrating space for what has been learned inside the classroom and its application on patients. Clinic Evaluations is measured through this instruments that were designed for this purpose:

a) A yellow card in which progress of treatment plans is registered.
b) The rubrics card in which evidences for performance are collected.
c) The ongoing evaluations which monitor the completion of standard requirements.
d) Final exam which evaluates the competencies of the corresponding area. It is based on instrument and is divided into two sections: theory and practice.
study abroad opportunities

At the De La Salle Bajío University you can apply to study a semester at another university either in Mexico or Abroad, after having completed 4 semesters of the program: it is required to have a historical average of 8.5 and be a regular student (do not owe previous subjects)

We invite you to check the academic exchange options available for your area of studies.

Universidad del Mayab
Mérida Yucatán 

Universidad de Monterrey
Monterrey, Nuevo León.

Universidad Justo Sierra
México, D.F.

Universidad Anáhuac
México, D.F.

Universidad del Valle de México
México, D.F.

Universidad Intercontinental
México. D.F.

Universidad del Valle de Puebla
Puebla, Pue.

Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla UPAEP
Puebla, Pue.

Universidad Internacional de las Américas
San José de Costa Rica Odontología 

Universidad Santo Tomás
Bucaramanga, Colombia

Universidad Mayor de Chile
Temuco, Chile

Universidad Católica de Brasilia
Brasilia, Brasil

Universidad de Granada
Granada, España

If you are interested in learning about the process to apply for an Exchange program, the requirements and documentation, you can ask the Academic Exchange staff at the Internationalizationn and Intercultural Department.

admission process

The process of student selection begins with the promotion and dissemination of the Dental Program one year before.
The process of selecting dental students begins with a variety of promotional and recruiting efforts since the previous year. Online: admission information is available through the UDLSB website http://bajio.delasalle.edu.mx, and the Student Affairs Office of the Dental School.

The admission process of the University is administered by the Department of Orientation and Educational Development (the acronym is "DODE" in Spanish), a centralized educational support Department that serves all schools on campus, including the Dental School.
The admission exam includes six components designed to assess the knowledge and other attributes of the applicants, which are considered necessary for successful academic performance at the university level.

The six components are as follows:
• Socio-academic data form
• Knowleldge test
• Intelligence Test
• Personality Test
• Interview process

The results of the tests and other application forms for candidates seeking to enter the Faculty of Dentistry are sent to the Admissions Committee of UDLSB-DS. This Committee analyzes the results of the tests and is responsible for the evaluation and selection of the applicants. The Committee is formed by the Dean, the Academic Coordinator, Clinical Coordinator and Faculty of the Dental School.
The Admissions Committee UDLSB-DS notifies the acceptance on the University website. Subsequently, students can goa head with their registration process.

The dental education program at UDLSB-DS admits students with advanced positions from other universities or other schools in the UDLSB.
Applicants follow the same admission process and criteria, as any other student who wants to enter the Dental School.

The Dental School has a established process to document the equivalency of prior academic work and to evaluate the transfer applicant's preparation for the UDLSB-DS curriculum.

The objectives of this evaluation process are:
• Ensure that the prior education of the student requesting the transfer and the academic standards of the issuing University are proportional to those of the UDLSB.
• Evaluate whether the transferred student has the ability to function at the same level as the admitted students through the regular admission process for UDLSB-DS.

The Ministry of Public Education of Mexico (in Spanish, Ministry of Public Education, SEP, equivalent to the United States Ministry of Education) stipulates that a student can not move from one university to another without attending for at least two years at the new university.

The Ministry of Public Education receives the student transfer request and performs a review of the student's academic credentials, including transcripts, previously completed courses / curriculum and documentation of academic performance (ie, assessments / grades), analyzes and compares the courses students completed at their current University with the UDLSB-DS curriculum , and also the general educational requirements for UDLSB. The subjects of the student's previous program are analyzed to identify the ones in UDLSB that are equivalent. The Ministry of Public Education issues a report and recommendations based on the results of this review process. Next, the Academic Coordinator of the Dental School, in collaboration with the Student Affairs Office of the UDLSB and the Admissions Committee of the Dental School, analyzes the report and performs an additional review of the student's curriculum, including the evaluation. of the course equivalence by the Educational Credential Evaluator (ECE); evaluate the academic standards of the university where the transfer applicant is enrolled. The decision of acceptance or refusal of admission is made and the applicant is informed.

Accepted transfer students are placed in the corresponding year (1st year, 2nd year, etc.) in the regular program at a level designated by the Academic Coordinator in consultation with the Admissions Committee of UDLSB-DS and Student Affairs.

Transfer students complete exactly the same curriculum as other dental students in that class. The Academic Coordinator creates an accompanying plan (mentoring / academic support) for each transfer student to ensure successful integration into the USLSB-DS.

General Admission Site: http://bajio.delasalle.edu.mx/admisiones/

Canadian and U.S. Citizens interested in studying our Dental programs may be eligible to apply for financial aid to help you with your Cost of Attendance (COA). Please read thoroughly, it is your responsibility to secure funding for your entire program regardless if funding is available or denied.

Canadian Loans

For information about the loans the Government of Canada offers to eligible full and part-time post-secondary students, visit the Government of Canada student loans website.

For assistance filling out your enrollment confirmation forms contact the Financial Aid Office located in Campus Campestre.

Contact: Elizabeth Torres
Phone number: 52 (477) 710-8500 Ext. 1514
E-mail address: etorrest@delasalle.edu.mx
Hours: Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

If we have completed enrollment forms for your Canadian funding and you later suspend, withdraw or otherwise change status, please contact your loan provider to see if any further paperwork must be completed.

United States Loans

The Universidad De La Salle Bajío is foreign institution eligible to participate in the Federal Student Aid Program, our School Code is 03776500.

Although it may be possible to fund your entire education through Federal Student Aid, we recommend a conservative approach to borrowing. We also encourage you to save as much as possible before enrolling, so that you may avoid a heavy debt burden. For more information regarding Federal Student Aid, please visit the Federal Student Aid website.

For prospective students seeking financial aid for the Dentistry Double-Mayor Program, it is recommended that prospective students submit their FAFSA application no later than May 1st to ensure funding is available by September.

Note: This program is considered an undergraduate level program for the first three years; consequently, undergraduate loan limits apply. Once you enroll in the seventh semester you become a Professional Student and graduate loan limits apply.

For prospective students seeking financial aid for the Curso Internacional de Revalidación de Odontología – CIRO International Dental Program, it is recommended that prospective students submit their FAFSA application no later than August 1st to ensure funding is available by January.

Note: Federal student loans are real loans just like car or mortgage loans. You must repay a student loan even if your financial circumstances become difficult. Federal student loans usually can’t be written off in bankruptcy. They can’t be canceled because you didn’t get the education or job you expected, and they can’t be canceled because you didn’t complete your education, unless you couldn’t complete your education because your school closed.

The Universidad De La Salle Bajío, A.C. does not administer any other loan program at the moment.

In order to receive federal financial aid, you must:

• Be a US citizen, or eligible noncitizen
• Have a valid Social Security number
• If male be registered with Selective Service, if required
• Be enrolled at least half-time in an eligible program. The two eligible programs are:

  1. Curso Internacional de Revalidación Odontológico – CIRO / International Dental Program.
  2. Dentistry Double-Mayor Program (Note: This is an Undergraduate Program for the first three academic years and undergraduate loan limits apply. It becomes a Professional Program once you enroll seventh semester and graduate loan limits can apply.)

Note: These two academic programs do not participate in University’s exchange program
• Be making Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP), make sure you read the SAP Policy
• Not be in default on any federal funds
• Have a High School Diploma or its equivalent

The federal loan eligibility criteria is subject to change at the US Department of Education’s discretion and are beyond the University's control. To check the latest eligibility criteria, visit the Federal Student Aid website.

We can only approve loans for students who meet the criteria set by the US Department of Education.

How much can I borrow?

The amount of aid you can borrow depends on various factors:

• Type of Program and grade level
• Whether you are a dependent or independent, and
• Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate /professional student

For the purposes of federal aid, a student is considered independent if they meet one or more of the following criteria:

• the student is at least 24 years old by 31 December of the award year;
• the student is married as of the date the FAFSA is completed;
• the student is working on a masters or doctorate program at the beginning of the award year for which the FAFSA is completed;
• the student is currently serving on active duty in the U.S. armed forces for purposes other than training;
• the student is a veteran of the US Armed Forces;
• the student has at least one child who receives more than half of his or her support from the student;
• the student has a dependent, other than a spouse or a child, who lives with the student and receives more than half of his or her support from the student at the time the FAFSA is completed and through 30 June of the award year.
• the student at any time since turning age 13, were both parents deceased, and in foster care, or were a dependent or ward of the court;
• the student was determined by a court in their state of legal residence to be an emancipated minor or that someone other than the parent or stepparent has legal guardianship.

Type of Loans available for undergraduate students

Questions Direct Subsidized loan Direct Unsubsidized loan Parent PLUS loan (Undergraduate)
Who is eligible? Dependent student who demonstrate financial need. Dependent and independent student. Not based on financial need. Parents (biological, adoptive, or in some cases, stepparent) of dependent enrolled in undergraduate courses. Both the parent and the student must beeligible for federal student aid.A credit check is required.
How do repayments work? No interest or payment required as long as you are enrolled on an eligible course at least half-time. No payments required as long as you are enrolled on an eligible course at least half-time. However, interest accrues while you are studying. No payments required as long as student is enrolled on an eligible course at least half-time. However, interest accrues while you are studying.
When does repayment start? Six months after your course finishes, known as the “grace period” or you become less than half-time, or withdraw. Six months after your course finishes, known as the “grace period” or you become less than half-time, or withdraw. PLUS loans have no grace period. Repayment period begins on the date of the final disbursement. Unless you receive a deferment or forbearance.

To learn more about repayment, please visit the Federal Student Aid website.

Loan Limits

Year Dependent Students (except students whose parents are unable to obtain PLUS Loans) Independent Students (and dependent undergraduate students whose parents are unable to obtain PLUS Loans) Parent Plus
First-Year Undergraduate Annual Loan Limit $5,500
$3,500 in Subsidized Loans
$2,000 in Unsubsidized loans
$9,500
$3,500 in Subsidized Loans
$6,000 in Unsubsidized Loans
For dependent undergraduate students only. Total amount remaining after all other aid/loans have been deducted from COA
Second-Year Undergraduate Annual Loan Limit $6,500
$4,500 in subsidized Loans
$2,000 in Unsubsidized loans
$10,500
$4,500 in Subsidized Loans
$6,000 in Unsubsidized Loans
For dependent undergraduate students only. Total amount remaining after all other aid/loans have been deducted from COA
Third-Year and Beyond Undergraduate Annual Loan Limit $7,500
$5,500 In Subsidized Loans
$2,000 in Unsubsidized Loans
$12,500
$5,500 in Subsidized Loans
$6,000 in Unsubsidized Loans
For dependent undergraduate students only. Total amount remaining after all other aid/loans have been deducted from COA
Subsidized and Unsubsidized Aggregate Loan Limit $31,000—No more than $23,000 of this amount may be in subsidized loans. $57,500 for Undergraduates —No more than $23,000 of this amount may be in subsidized loans. None

To learn more information, please visit the website of the Federal Student Aid website.

Interest rates and additional fees

Loan Type Borrower Type Interest rate for loans first disbursed on or after July/1/18 and before July/1/19 Interest rate for loans first disbursed on or after July/1/19 and before July/1/20 Origination and Default Fees for loans disbursed on or after October/1/18 and before October/1/19 Origination and Default Fees for loans disbursed on or after October/1/19 and before October/1/20
Direct Subsidized Loans Undergraduate 5.05% 4.53% 1.062% 1.059%
Direct Unsubsidized Loans Undergraduate 5.05% 4.53% 1.062% 1.059%
Parent PLUS Loan Parent of an Undergraduate Student 7.60% 7.08% 4.248% 4.236%

The interest rates are fixed rates for the life of the loan. For the latest, please see the Federal Student Aid website.

Cost of attendance varies by program and by year of initial enrollment:

Dentistry – Dual Degree Program
Academic Program beginning August 2019 / February 2020
Tuition $17,000.00 per semester

Off Campus - DUAL DEGREE - August 2019 / February 2020

Concept Amount 1st Year Amount 2nd Year Amount 3rd Year Amount 4th Year 9th Semester
Tuition and Fees $34,000.00 $34,000.00 $34,000.00 $34,000.00 $17,000.00
*Books / Supplies / Instruments $2,535.00 $4,675.00 $200.00 $200.00 $100.00
*Transportation $2,941.00 $2,941.00 $2,941.00 $2,941.00 $1,471.00
*Room and Board $5,587.00 $5,587.00 $5,587.00 $5,587.00 $2,794.00
* Personal Expenses $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $750.00
Totals $46,563.00 $48,703.00 $44,228.00 $44,228.00 $22,115.00

Off Campus - DUAL DEGREE - August 2019 / February 2020

Concept Amount 1st Year Amount 2nd Year Amount 3rd Year Amount 4th Year 9th Semester
Tuition and Fees $34,000.00 $34,000.00 $ 34,000.00 $ 34,000.00 $ 17,000.00
*Books / Supplies / Instruments $2,535.00 $4,675.00 $200.00 $200.00 $100.00
*Transportation $2,047.00 $2,047.00 $2,047.00 $2,047.00 $1,024.00
*Room and Board $4,975.00 $4,975.00 $4,975.00 $4,975.00 $2,488.00
*Personal Expenses $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $1,500.00 $750.00
Totals $45,057.00 $47,197.00 $42,722.00 $42,722.00 $21,362.00

All amounts are in US Dollars
Cost of Books/Supplies/Instruments vary depending on the year
It takes 9 semesters to complete the degree.
The required courses total 457 credits to graduate.
* Fees are estimated for a full-time one year of enrollment.

Disbursement information

Disbursements for students enrolled in the Dentistry Double-Mayor Program are programmed per Academic year at the beginning of each semester, one installment in September and one in March.

Within three working days of the University receiving the aid, the proportion for tuition and fees will be applied to your institutional account. Any balance left will then be paid directly to you, within 14 days of the arrival date.

• You must be enrolled before your funds can be requested.
• Once money is disbursed you must remain enrolled on at least a half-time basis otherwise you will lose eligibility.
• We can only process loans for students who meet the criteria set by the US Department of Education.
• It is your responsibility to secure funding for your entire program regardless if funding is available or denied.
• Foreign schools are subject to a 30-day disbursement delay.

How much can I borrow?

The amount of aid you can borrow depends on various factors:

• Type of Program and grade level
• Whether you are a dependent or independent, and
• Whether you are an undergraduate or graduate /professional student

Questions Direct Subsidized loan  Direct Unsubsidized loan  Direct PLUS loan
(Graduate)
Who is eligible? Not eligible Graduate student. Not based on financial need. Graduate student. A credit check is required. Not based on financial need.
How do repayments work?   No payments required as long as you are enrolled on an eligible course at least half-time. Interest accrues while you are studying. No payments required as long as you are enrolled on an eligible course at least half-time. Interest accrues while you are studying.
When does repayment start? Six months, known as the “grace period”, after your course finishes or you become less than half-time. PLUS loans have no grace period. Repayment period begins on the date of the final disbursement. Unless you receive a deferment or forbearance.

If you have an adverse credit history, you may still receive a Direct PLUS Loan through one of these two options.

To learn more about repayment, please visit the Federal Student Aid website.

Loan Limits for Graduate / Professional Students

Year Unsubsidized Loan PLUS Loan for Graduate or Professional Students
Graduate or Professional Students Annual Loan Limit $20,500 (unsubsidized only) Total amount remaining after all other aid/loans have been deducted from COA
Subsidized and Unsubsidized Aggregate Loan Limit $138,500 for graduate or professional students—No more than $65,500 of this amount may be in subsidized loans. The graduate aggregate limit includes all federal loans received for undergraduate study. None

To learn more information, please visit the website of the Federal Student Aid and Plus Loan Additional Information, website.

Interest rates and additional fees

Loan Type Borrower Type Interest rate for loans first disbursed on or after July/1/18 and before July/1/19 Interest rate for loans first disbursed on or after July/1/19 and before July/1/20 Origination and Default Fees for loans disbursed on or after 1 October 2018 and before 1 October 2019 Origination and Default Fees for loans disbursed on or after 1 October 2019 and before 1 October 2020
Direct Unsubsidized Loans Graduate or Professional 6.6% 6.08% 1.062% 1.059%
Direct PLUS or Parent PLUS Loan Graduate, Professional or Parent of an Undergraduate Student 7.6% 7.08% 4.248% 4.236%

The interest rates are fixed rates for the life of the loan. For the latest, please see the Federal Student Aid website.

Cost of attendance varies by program and by year of initial enrollment:

CIRO International Dental Program
Cost of Attendance
Academic Year 2020
Student with Foreign Graduate Degree    CIRO XIV

Concept 1st Semester 2nd Semester 3rd Semester 4th Semester
* Tuition and Fees $30,750.00 $30,750.00 $30,750.00 $30,750.00
Books/Supplies/Instruments $18,550.00 - - -
**Student Loan Fees $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00
**Transportation $1,638.00 $1,638.00 $1,638.00 $1,638.00
**Room and Board $4,190.00 $4,190.00 $4,190.00 $4,190.00
**Professional Exam - - $4,500.00 $4,500.00
**Living Expenses $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00 $1,000.00
Totals $57,128.00 $38,578.00 $43,078.00 $43,078.00
Total per Academic Year   $95,706.00   $86,156.00

* Tuition for a student with a Mexican University Degree $27,500.00
* Tuition for an alumni $25,500.00
** Fees are estimated for a full-time one year of enrollment

All amounts are in US Dollars
It takes 2 (two) years to complete the degree.
The required courses total 269 credits to graduate.
* Fees are estimated for a full-time one year of enrollment.

Disbursement information

Disbursements for the Curso Internacional de Revalidación de Odontología – CIRO IDP Degree program are programmed according to the year of enrollment.

• For students in the 1st year the disbursements are programmed per semester, total cost of semester disbursed in two equal installments.

  1. For the first semester, disbursements are programmed in January and by the end of March.
  2. For the second semester disbursements are programmed in August and by the end of September.

• For students in the 2nd year the loans disbursements are programmed for the total cost of the Academic year disbursed in two equal installments.

  1. For the third semester the disbursement is in January.
  2. For the fourth semester the disbursement is in August.

Within three working days of the University receiving the disbursement, the proportion for tuition and fees will be applied to your institutional account. Any balance will then be paid directly to you, within 14 days.

• You must be enrolled before your funds can be requested.
• Once money is disbursed you must remain enrolled on at least a half-time basis otherwise you will lose eligibility.
• We can only process loans for students who meet the criteria set by the US Department of Education.
• It is your responsibility to secure funding for your entire program regardless if funding is available or denied.
• Foreign schools are subject to a 30-day disbursement delay.

It is your responsibility to ensure that a complete loan application is submitted in a timely manner.

Five steps process

Step 1° – Application

To determine your eligibility for federal loans you need must first fill out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please go to FAFSA.gov. You must do this every year if you wish to take a federal loan.

• Make sure you choose the correct school Code - 037765

If you intent to apply for a PLUS loan, or if you are a dependent and your parent will be applying for a Parent PLUS loan, you (professional Student) or your parent (for dependent student), will need to complete a PLUS loan application at StudentLoans.gov.

Graduate PLUS loan application
Parent PLUS loan application

Note: Federal student loans are real loans, just like car or mortgage loans. You must repay a student loan even if your financial circumstances become difficult. Federal student loans usually can’t be written off in bankruptcy. They can’t be canceled because you didn’t get the education or job you expected, and they can’t be canceled because you didn’t complete your education, unless you couldn’t complete your education because your school closed.

Step 2° – Complete your Loan Agreement (Master Promissory Note(s) MPNs)

Undergraduates: Need to complete a Loan Agreement for the Subsidized and Unsubsidized.
Professional or Graduates: Need to complete depending on the type of loan you will need. Example: two MPNs if apply for the unsubsidized loan (From the FAFSA Application) and one for the Graduate PLUS Loans, if you are applying for a Plus Loan.
Parent Borrower: Must complete the Loan Agreement for the Plus Loan.

MPNs are completed at StudentLoans.gov website.

Note: The Universidad De La Salle Bajío, A.C. for Federal Student Aid purposes is a foreign school therefore, the aid available is through loans and Loan Agreements (MPN) must be completed yearly.

Step 3° – Complete entrance counseling

You must complete entrance counseling if you are a Federal Direct Loan first-time borrower. If you have already completed the entrance counseling in a previous year of study, you do not need to complete this step. However, we recommend you take the Financial Awareness Counseling as refresh.

To complete the entrance counseling visit the StudentLoans.gov website.

Parent Borrower: Must also complete the PLUS credit counseling. To complete the counseling visit the StudentLoans.gov website.

Step 4° – Loan Confirmation

Once you have completed steps 1-3, contact the Financial Aid Office located in the Main Campus to confirm loan process.
Contact: Elizabeth Torres /Phone number: 52 (477) 710-8500 Ext. 1514
E-mail address: etorrest@delasalle.edu.mx
Hours: Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Step 5° – Submit Additional Documentation

The Financial Aid office will send you an email to confirm your loan application has been approved, or additional information or documentation is required.

The Financial Aid Office will send you an offer of aid letter which will detail your loan amount and disbursement information.

To complete your loan process you will also be asked to provide the following documentation; please DO NOT EMAIL THE DOCUMENTS, unless they are passcode encrypted and you send the password in a separate email.

• Proof of citizenship and or US legal residency
• High School Diploma and/or ECE Transcript (www.ece.org)
• Tax Return transcript. To order visit IRS website.

Other submitting options are: via FedEx, Ups, or in person when you come to Leon.

NOTE: Foreign Educational Institutions are not required, as a matter of Title IV eligibility to obtain an EIN and complete Form 1098-T for U.S. students enrolled. Therefore, the Universidad De La Salle Bajío, A.C. does not have an EIN, consequently, does not provide the Form 1098-T to students.

Federal regulations indicate that any student who has received a federal loan while in attendance at the Universidad De La Salle Bajío, A.C. must complete an Exit Counseling; the exit counseling will take about half an hour. You must:

  1. Take the Federal Direct Loan Exit interview by clicking here Student Loans website. Your Exit Interview will not be considered complete until you have gone through the entire interview and entered and confirmed your Name and Social Security Number or PIN. Once you have completed Exit Counseling online, you will receive a confirmation email, which you need for your records.
  2. Fill out and submit to the Financial Aid Office the Borrower Information Sheet
    • Parental information is required of ALL students, regardless of age or dependency status. Should your parents be deceased, you must indicate this in the parental section of the form.
    • Two additional references are required. These references must have different addresses than yourself, your parents and each other.

The Exit Interview

• Explains the rights and responsibilities of federal loan borrowers
• Is required when a student:
    • graduates,
    • drops below part-time status
    • takes a leave of absence, or
    • withdraws from the University

Please note:
* Students who do not complete an exit interview may have their diploma and transcripts placed on hold.
* Students who take an approve leave of absence; do not qualify for disbursements while in leave of absence.
* Students that withdraw must immediately contact the Financial Aid Office to learn about your rights and responsibilities.

About Repayment: What? When? How?

Repayment is the process of making payments to pay off the loan you borrowed, plus the interest that has accrued on the loan while you were in school, during any periods of authorized deferment, and during your grace period. The longer you take to repay your loans, the more you will have to pay in interest charges.

Repayment begins after a grace period following your graduation date or your ceasing to be enrolled. Your first payment is typically due within 60 days of each loan’s entering repayment.
To make your payments more affordable, your federal loan servicer may offer a variety of repayment plans. Repayment options are different based on the type of loan.

You should periodically review your repayment plan and contact your loan servicer for help in determining what options may be available. You may prepay your loan with no penalty or use one of the repayment plans available.

To learn more about repayment, please visit the visit the Federal Student Aid website. You may also the find Your Federal Student Loans guide useful.

Your Loan and Credit History

Data on federal student loans are reported to credit reporting agencies; therefore, maintaining a good repayment history is integral to protecting your credit worthiness. You can access complete data on your federal student loan history from the National Student Loan Data System website https://nslds.ed.gov/nslds/nslds_SA/.

Maintaining a good credit history on education loans is important since it may affect your ability to buy things like a home, a car, or a credit card. Whenever you apply for a loan, your credit report will most likely be reviewed. In reviewing your credit report, the lender is trying to determine your ability to repay.

To make an appointment for your Exit Counseling, please contact Elizabeth Torres by email at etorrest@delasalle.edu.mx or by phone (477) 710-8500 ext. 1514.


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In order to support you with the organization of your economy the Faculty of Dentistry guides you with an estimate budget throughout your career:

National plan from August 2018
There is a semiannual registration of $ 8,925.00 and five semester tuition payments of $8,030.00.

Double degree program from August 2018
• Semester tuition for class18, will be $ 16,000.00 per semester, with an increase in each class.
• Basic Instrumental: $ 7.300.00 dlls
• CPR courses: two during the program with an approximate cost of $ 100.00 Dlls. per course.

Note
The current costs for each of the concepts are estimates and may vary according to the inflation index of our country and the value of the mexican peso against the dollar.

Accredited by the National Council on Dental Education (CONAEDO). Since August 2012, the California Dental Board recognizes the Academic and Clinical program of the Faculty of Dentistry.
Faculty of Dentistry
Campestre Campus
Tel.: (477) 7 10 85 70
Fax: (477) 7 18 55 11
c_odontologia@delasalle.edu.mx

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