Our students and residents have direct access to outstanding faculty. We offer a diversity of programs with leaders in healthcare and research.
The majority of our advanced dental education programs lead to a certificate in a specialty field. Many students opt to simultaneously pursue an academic degree to enhance their research exposure during clinical training.
Some students focus exclusively on their research careers by conducting basic and/or clinical research leading to a masters or doctoral degree.
The University sets general admissions requirements for graduate study. These include letters of recommendation; a minimum undergraduate GPA; and demonstration of English Language proficiency for international applicants. Please refer to the General Admissions Requirements page for full details.
In addition, each Advanced Dental Education program has a dedicated admissions page with program-specific requirements; links are provided below this box. Every program requires receipt of supporting materials by the application deadline.
The School of Dental Medicine also co-sponsors a General Practice Residency program with Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. Information about the program and application procedures are outlined on Roswell Park's website .