Dental Sciences Program Information
The College of Dentistry offers the Master of Science degree in dental sciences with concentrations in endodontics, orthodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics. These concentrations include a minimum of 38 hours of appropriate course work and research in topics relevant to each specialization. Requirements for the master’s degree include
- Satisfactory completion of all course work
- Meeting the requirements for clinical certification in the respective dental specialty
- Thesis or project based on research.
Prerequisites for admission, in addition to those of the Graduate School, include
- D.D.S. or D.M.D. degree
- Completion of Parts I and II of the American Dental Association’s National Board of Dental Examinations according to individual program requirements.
Application deadlines for these programs can be found on the webpage http://admissions.dental.ufl.edu/advanced-graduate-programs/programs-application-process/
Send applications to:
Master of Science Program,
College of Dentistry,
P.O. Box 100402,
Health Science Center,
University of Florida,
Gainesville, FL 32610-0402.
Those not in Dentistry are given in-department graduate credit. Registration in the courses listed below is restricted to students currently admitted to a program in the College of Dentistry.