Endodontics - Certificate
Endodontics is concerned with the morphology, physiology, and pathology of the human dental pulp and periradicular tissues. Its study and practice encompass the basic and clinical sciences - including biology of the normal pulp, the etiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and injuries of the pulp and associated periradicular conditions. In addition, these specialists are involved in the use of magnification modalities and non-surgical and surgical endodontics treatment and retreatment. The certificate program in Endodontics is a 27-month graduate program that is fully accredited by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation. It is designed to be a comprehensive, didactic, clinical, and research experience in all aspects of Endodontics.
All courses within this program are taught face-to-face, on campus at the College of Dentistry, in Dallas. This program may require off-campus assignments at local, Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex hospitals or dental clinics.
Application requirements include a DDS/DMD, or equivalent foreign dental degree, letters of recommendation, letter of motivation, resume, competitive class ranking, and passage of the National Board Dental Examinations or Graduate Record Examination (GRE) if a graduate of a foreign dental school. Application is made through the Postdoctoral Application Support Service (PASS). The deadline to apply is July 15 of each year, with a start date in the following June.
The program provides the graduate student with the tools necessary to be a clinically proficient endodontist, an astute diagnostician, a critical thinker, and a sound endodontist-scientist. In addition, the program prepares the student for the American Board of Endodontics certification examination.
An optional MS in Oral Biology is available through the Department of Biomedical Sciences. Additional time in residence and 32 additional credit hours would be required if pursuing the Certificate and the MS in Oral Biology simultaneously.
This program prepares students for the opportunity to pursue an occupational license. Please refer to the Notification for Students Pursuing an Occupational License in our catalog for additional information.
|Code||Title||Semester Credit Hours|
|AEGD 604||Practice Management I||1.5|
|ENDO 600||Current Literature Review I||1.0|
|ENDO 601||Current Literature Review II||1.0|
|ENDO 602||Current Literature Review III||1.0|
|ENDO 603||Current Literature Review IV||1.0|
|ENDO 604||Current Literature Review V||1.0|
|ENDO 605||Current Literature Review VI||1.0|
|ENDO 606||Current Literature Review VII||1.0|
|ENDO 607||Endodontics Treatment Planning Conference I||1.0|
|ENDO 608||Endodontics Treatment Planning Conference II||1.0|
|ENDO 609||Endodontics Treatment Planning Conference III||1.0|
|ENDO 610||Endodontics Treatment Planning Conference IV||1.0|
|ENDO 611||Endodontics Treatment Planning Conference V||1.0|
|ENDO 612||Endodontics Treatment Planning Conference VI||1.0|
|ENDO 613||Endodontics Treatment Planning Conference VII||1.0|
|ENDO 614||Special Problems in Endodontics I||1.0|
|ENDO 615||Special Problems in Endodontics II||1.0|
|ENDO 616||Special Problems in Endodontics III||1.0|
|ENDO 617||Special Problems in Endodontics IV||1.0|
|ENDO 618||Special Problems in Endodontics V||1.0|
|ENDO 619||Advanced Special Problems in Endodontics I||1.0|
|ENDO 620||Advanced Special Problems in Endodontics II||1.0|
|ENDO 622||Clinical Endodontics I||2.0|
|ENDO 623||Clinical Endodontics II||2.0|
|ENDO 624||Clinical Endodontics III||2.0|
|ENDO 625||Clinical Endodontics IV||2.0|
|ENDO 626||Clinical Endodontics V||2.0|
|ENDO 627||Advanced Clinical Endodontics I||2.0|
|ENDO 628||Advanced Clinical Endodontics II||2.0|
|OBIO 611||Research Design and Methodology||2.0|
|OBIO 621||Applied Biostatistics||2.0|
|OBIO 651||Sensory Neurobiology and Pain||1.0|
|OBIO 660||Teaching Skills for Health Professions Educators||1.0|
|OBIO 670||Clinical Pharmacology||1.5|
|OBIO 671||Applied Medical Physiology||2.0|
|OBIO 672||Head and Neck Anatomy||1.5|
|OBIO 673||Oral Microbiology||2.0|
|OMFP 619||Advanced Oral Pathology||2.0|
|OMFR 611||Advanced Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology||1.0|
|OMFS 610||Conscious Sedation||1.0|
|OMFS 625||Physical Diagnosis and Internal Medicine||1.0|
|PERI 650||Dental Implants||1.5|
|Total Semester Credit Hours||61|
Must complete 27 months of residency, total credit hours specified, any noncredit courses specified, and be approved by the Promotions Committee for this certificate to be awarded.
In accordance with Student Rule 10.4.1, grades of S or U may be assigned in certain officially designated certificate courses.