To become a Bachelor Program based on Oral Health Related-Quality of Life (OHRQoL) Research and Internationally Competitive in 2024.
1. Organising integrated education, research, and community service in OHRQoL by following the development of dental science and technology to produce superior, innovative, professional, virtuous, and internationally competitive graduates.
2. Establish strategic cooperation in education, research and community service with various parties at home and abroad sustainably by implementing a balanced partnership.
3. Organising a Bachelor Program that is credible, transparent, accountable, responsible and fair by implementing quality assurance.
1. Implementation of quality dental education and teaching activities with national, regional and international standards.
2. The achievement of superior graduates, especially in OHRQoL, is innovative, professional, virtuous and internationally competitive.
3. Organising research activities for educators and students, especially in OHRQoL, involving various parties from within and outside the country.
4. The implementation of community service activities that are the result of research to improve the quality of life of individuals, families, and communities.
5. The implementation of cooperation with various parties in education, research and community service at home and abroad.
6. The implementation of a governance system that is credible, transparent, accountable, responsible and fair.
Someone who can master the science and technology of dentistry so that he is good at making decisions independently in finding a solution that can be accounted for based on logical, critical, systematic, creative and ethical thinking
Someone who can lead a work team to solve individual and community oral health problems professionally based on science so that they can contribute to improving the quality of oral dental health can advocate supporting health policies
A person who can plan, implement, supervise and evaluate the completion of assigned work by organising all resources under his responsibility.
Someone who continuously learns to develop himself according to the progress of science and technology in dentistry and the development of information technology according to his era
Health care provider
Someone who can provide oral health services to treat patients holistically as individuals and communities in a sustainable manner in order to achieve optimal degrees of oral health so that it has an impact on improving the quality of life
Someone who can apply an innovative frame of mind in the context of the development and application of science and technology in dentistry in a quality, independent and measurable manner to make changes and solutions to improve the degree of oral health that has an impact on the quality of life
Someone who can build communication effectively and efficiently in order to convey information/thoughts/arguments or scientific works/innovations that are accounted for to individuals and society, especially the professional community
Graduate competencies refer to the Indonesian Dentist Competency Standards (SKDGI) issued by the Indonesian Dental Council.
Graduate Learning Outcomes
The formulation of learning outcomes refers to the qualification level of the KKNI, especially those related to elements of special skills (workability) and mastery of knowledge. In contrast, those that include general attitudes and skills can refer to the formulations that have been set in SN-Dikti as the minimum standard of knowledge elements of Learning Outcomes will describe the limits and scope of the scientific/skilled field, which is a series of minimal study materials that must be mastered.
The minimum study period is 8 semesters and the maximum study period is 14 semesters.
The Bachelor Program of the Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran uses the following forms of learning: lectures, practicums, simulations, field practicums, problem-based learning with the 7 jumps method.
Head of Undergraduate Study Program
Dr Asti Samiaty Setiawan, drg, MKes
The structure of the courses in the Bachelor Program of the Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran uses the Block System. The block system used delivers a group of study materials that are provided in an integrated manner to fulfil Learning Outcomes (CP) on KPT and Competencies according to SKDGI. Each block can study or review the structure and normal function, pathological changes, determination of the diagnosis of a disease or disorder, therapy based on prevention principles, the impact of disease on individuals, families and communities, and other aspects such as professionalism, epidemiology and many more.
|1||Amaliya, drg, MSc, PhD||Department of Periodontics|
|2||Ame Suciati Setiawan, drg, MSi||Department of Oral Biology|
|3||Andriani Harsanti, drg, SpOrt, SubspDDTK(K), MM||Department of Orthodontics|
|4||Anggun Rafisa, drg, MKM||Department of Oral Biology|
|5||Anna Muryani, drg, SpKG, SubspKE(K)||Department of Conservative Dentistry|
|6||Dr Anne Agustina Suwargiani, drg, MKM||Department of Dental Public Health|
|7||Ardena Maulidia Hamdani, drg||Department of Dental Public Health|
|8||Bremmy Laksono, drg, MSiMed||Department of Oral Biology|
|9||Chandra Andi Bawono, drg, SpPerio||Department of Periodontics|
|10||Dr Cucu Zubaedah, dra, MS||Department of Dental Public Health|
|11||Daisy Wulansari, drg, MKes||Department of Prosthodontics|
|12||Dani Rizali Firman, drg, MSi, MSc||Department of Oral Biology|
|13||Deby Fajar Mardhian, SSi, MT||Department of Dental Material Science and Technology|
|14||Devy Firena Garna, drg, MM, PhD||Department of Periodontics|
|15||Dewi Zakiawati, drg, SpPM, MSc||Department of Oral Medicine|
|16||Eka Chemiawan, drg, MKes||Department of Paediatric Dentistry|
|17||Elfira Megasari, drg, SpKG, SubspKE(K)||Department of Conservative Dentistry|
|18||Elin Karlina, drg, MKes||Department of Dental Material Science and Technology|
|19||Emma Rachmawati, drg, MKes||Department of Oral Biology|
|20||Faisal Kuswandari, drg, Apt, MSi||Department of Oral Biology|
|21||Fajar Fatriadi, drg, MKes||Department of Conservative Dentistry|
|22||Felisha Febriane Balafif, drg, MM||Department of Oral Biology|
|23||Fidya Meditia Putri, drg, MEpid||Department of Dental Public Health|
|24||Gema Gempita, drg, MSc||Department of Dental Material Science and Technology|
|25||Gian Nur Alamsyah, drg, SpPros||Department of Prosthodontics|
|26||Dr Gilang Yubiliana, drg, MKesCHT||Department of Dental Public Health|
|27||Gita Gayatri, drg, SpOrt, SubspDDTK(K)||Department of Orthodontics|
|28||Dr Hening Tjaturina Pramesti, dra, MS||Department of Oral Biology|
|29||Indra Mustika Setia Pribadi, drg, SpPerio, SubspMP(K)||Department of Periodontics|
|30||Jamas Ari Anggraini, drg, MKes||Department of Oral Biology|
|31||Melinda, drg, SpOrt, MMRS||Department of Orthodontics|
|32||Merry Annisa Damayanti, drg, SpKG||Department of Dentomaxillofacial Radiology|
|33||Mochammad Rodian, drg, MKes||Department of Oral Biology|
|34||N. R. Yuliawati Zenab, drg, SpOrt, SubspOD(K)||Department of Orthodontics|
|35||Nani Murniati, drg, MKes||Department of Oral Biology|
|36||Nuroh Najmi, SSi, MKes||Department of Oral Biology|
|37||R. Tantry Maulina, drg, MKes, PhD||Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery|
|38||Regina Yosephine Simarmata, drg, SpOrt||Department of Orthodontics|
|39||Renny Febrida, drg, MSi||Department of Dental Material Science and Technology|
|40||Riana Wardani, drg, MS||Department of Dental Public Health|
|41||Rosiliwati Wihardja, drg, MDSc||Department of Oral Biology|
|42||Siti Sopiatin, drg, SpPerio||Department of Periodontics|
|43||Prof Sunardhi Widyaputra, drg, MS, PhD||Department of Oral Biology|
|44||Dr Sri Tjahajawati, drg, MKesAIFM||Department of Oral Biology|
|45||Tadeus Arufan Jasrin, drg, MM||Department of Oral Biology|
|46||Valentine Rosadi Sinaga, drg, SpPros||Department of Prosthodontics|
|47||Veni Takarini, drg, MKes||Department of Dental Material Science and Technology|
|48||Warta Dewi, drg, MKes||Department of Oral Biology|
|49||Yanwar Faza, drg, MKes||Department of Dental Material Science and Technology|
|50||Yolanda, drg, SpKG, SubspKR(K)||Department of Conservative Dentistry|
|51||Yuti Malinda, drg, MM, MKes||Department of Oral Biology|
|51||Indra Mustika Setia Pribadi, drg, SpPerio, SubspMP(K)||Department of Dental Material Science and Technology|
Bachelor Program of the Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran student admission information can be accessed from:
- Integrated Research Laboratory
- Computer Laboratory
- Men's Softball Silver Medal; for the name of M. Aragani Abi Akbari, representing the DKI Jakarta team at PON XX Papua
- 34th PIMNAS Bronze Medal in 2021 with the title of "Effectiveness of Vinyltrimethoxysilane on Inter-Surface Bonding of Local Silica Fillers with Methacrylate-Based Resin" with the chairperson Amira Aliya Nurhadiati Husein; members Qonita Faizulhyrza Tabayyana, Blandina Tsanarayya Amarantha, Safitri Syifarani, and Yuda Haditia Putra; and the supervising lecturer of Yanwar Faza, drg, MKes
More Bachelor Program Student's achievements and accolades in:
Students Achievements and Accolades
The minimum study period is 8 semesters and the maximum study period is 14 semesters.
- Integrated Research Laboratory Unit
- Computer Laboratory Unit
- Library Unit
Accreditation Certificate of the Bachelor Program of the Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran can be downloaded below:
Accreditation Certificate of the Bachelor Program of the Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran
Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran
Faculty of Dentistry Universitas Padjadjaran – Sumedang Campus (Jatinangor)
Km. 21, Ir. Soekarno Street, Hegarmanah, Jatinangor, Sumedang Regency, West Java Province, 45363, Indonesia
+62 22 250-4985
+62 22 779-4120