The graduate program in orthodontics at the University of Tennessee begins in August of each year and continues for 34 consecutive months until graduation. This period of study provides for intensive instruction and training in the biological and clinical sciences related to the specialty of orthodontics. The course of instruction is designed to satisfy all requirements for eligibility for licensure as a specialist, the specialty board in orthodontics, and the Master of Science degree. The program, fully accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation, is well rounded and provides balanced training in clinical orthodontics, the basic sciences, and research.
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