This 36 month Master's degree graduate program in endodontics has several primary objectives, to include: developing highly skilled specialists with exceptional expertise in all aspects of endodontic therapy including diagnosis of orofacial pain, nonsurgical endodontic treatment and retreatment, and advanced surgical techniques; providing a comprehensive core of both endodontic and basic science courses, all integrated towards an in-depth understanding of the scientific literature and biological principles on which clinical treatment is based; providing training in both research and educational methodologies; fostering an attitude of critical inquiry and intellectual self-renewal throughout one’s professional career; and providing a quality educational experience that will prepare the graduate for successful completion of the certification examination of the American Board of Endodontics.
Application deadline is July 15.
The University sets tuition rates in July for the upcoming academic year.
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Endodontics Graduate Program is accredited by the American Dental Association’s Commission on Dental Accreditation (CODA).
The University of Michigan School of Dentistry Endodontics Graduate Program was designed to satisfy educational prerequisites to licensure for dentistry only in the state of Michigan. It has not been determined whether educational prerequisites to licensure would be satisfied in other states.
Students should consult the dental board in their state to confirm if the degree from University of Michigan School of Dentistry meets the criteria for professional licensure in their state. Contact information for the state dental boards can be found at the American Dental Association.