Program

Overview


The Endodontics program at UCSF is a full-time program, beginning July 1st of each year.  

The program is fully accredited and meets the educational requirements of the American Dental Association (ADA). Graduates of the program are educationally qualified for board certification by the American Board of Endodontics.

Instruction is presented through lectures, seminars, demonstrations and conferences and is supplemented and emphasized by clinical treatment of patients.

Two candidates are accepted annually into the program. A certificate in Endodontics is awarded upon completion of the 24 month program.  An option for a 36 month certificate with a Master's degree in Oral and Craniofacial Sciences is available.  Applicants must have a DDS or DMD degree (traditional of international DDS/DMD degree) from a United States ADA accredited dental school.

The Division of Endodontics affords dental graduates interested in endondontic postgraduate specialty training an outstanding environment in which to pursue their education.

University of California, San Francisco is one of the ten campuses of the University of California and the only one devoted solely to the health sciences.  It consists of a Graduate Division and four top-ranked professional schools: Dentistry, Medicine, Nursing and Pharmacy.  UCSF has a worldwide reputation for excellence in teaching, patient care and biomedical research.

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PROGRAM CONTACT:

Daliah Williams
Admissions Coordinator
Office of Admissions
513 Parnassus Avenue, S-630
San Francisco, CA. 94143-0430
(415) 476-2737, Ext#3 (voice)
(415) 476-4226 (fax)
E-mail: daliah.williams@ucsf.edu