involved in research and consultancy relating to issues of the built environ-
Programmes are recognized within the international arena by professional bod-
ies such as UN Habitat, The World Bank, The Commonwealth Association of
Architects (CAA) and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
The Faculty seeks to fulfil its mandate by offering world class programmes
which are tailored to the needs of the industry.
(For programme offerings, please visit our websitewww.utechjamaica.edu.jm
JOINT COLLEGES OF MEDICINE, ORAL HEALTH AND VETERINARY SCIENCES
The establishment of the Joint College of Medicine, Oral Health and Veterinary
Sciences was approved by the University Council in December 2011. The entity
comprises three (3) Colleges:
• College of Medicine
• College of Oral Health Sciences
• College of Veterinary Sciences
The Colleges of Medicine and Veterinary Sciences are in the developmental
stages. Within the College of Medicine is the School of Public Health and
Health Technology, located at 21 Slipe Pen Road, Kingston 5. The school of
Public Health and Health Technology offersB.Sc.
programmes in Environmen-
tal Health, Public Health Nursing and Occupational Health and Safety; Masters
of Public Health.
The College of Oral Health Sciences offers BSc. programmes in Dental Labora-
tory Technology, Dental Nursing Therapy and Dental Hygiene; Diploma in
Dental Assisting (Expanded Function) and the Doctor of Medical Dentistry
(DMD) The DMD programme is taught by a cadre of highly qualified and inter-
nationally re-known experts in their respective fields. Students are taught in
modern clinical facilities using some of the most up-to-date equipment and
are also exposed to many hours of field work by engaging in ongoing commu-
nity projects throughout the island.
SCHOOL OF GR ADUA T E S TUD I E S R E S E A RCH AND ENT R E P R ENE UR SH I P
GOV E R N A NC E