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Post Graduate Program Information

The College of Dentistry offers advanced education programs in all dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association. All such programs are fully accredited by the Commission on Dental Education of the American Dental Association. In addition, the college offers several additional outstanding programs and residencies including study toward the M.S. or Ph.D. degrees.

Overview of Graduate Specialty Programs

Graduate
Specialty
Program

Dead
line
Number
admitted
GRE
or DAT
TOEFL

Foreign
Applic.
admitted

Dean's
List
Recomm
Letters
M.S. Certif-
icates
Stipend 1
Dental
Public Health
Oct 31 3-4 yes yes yes no yes yes no $0-22,0002
Endodontics Aug 15 1-3 no yes yes no yes yes yes ---
Geriatrics &
Special Needs
Mar 1 1-2 no yes   no yes no yes $11,000-
$22.000
3
Operative
Dentistry
Oct 1 3 no yes yes no yes yes yes $2,000 3
Oral &
Maxillofacial
Surgery
Sept 1 2-3 no no no yes yes no yes $39,200-
$42,900
Oral Pathology,
Radiology &
Medicine
Sept 1 1-2 no yes yes no yes yes yes ---
Orthodontics Sept 1 5 yes yes yes yes yes yes yes $11,400 1
Pediatric
Dentistry
Oct 1 4 no yes no yes yes no yes $20,000
Periodontics July 15 2-3 no yes yes yes yes yes yes $11,400 1
Prosthodontics Sept 1 3 no yes yes yes yes yes yes $9,000 1, 2
General Practice
Residency
Nov 1 5 no no no yes yes no yes $49,000
Oral Science Dec 1 1 no yes yes no yes yes no ---

1 $11,400 fellowships plus benefits

2 Stipend support is determined yearly and is based on available funding, contingent on future training grant funding.

3 Stipend support is determined yearly and is based on available funding.

For a listing of courses offered, see the UI General Course Catalog. For other information, please contact the graduate specialty program director.

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