The Master of Science (MSc) courses in Orthodontics (full time) and in Clinical Orthodontics (part time) are perfect for the dentist wanting to carry out orthodontic treatment alongside their general dentistry.
The course aims to prepare you for practice, with the theoretical knowledge and clinical skills necessary to treat orthodontic patients of mild to moderate complexity.
Taught by renowned academics and experts in their field, you will learn how to use fixed appliances to treat a range of malocclusions. You will be exposed to an intensive mix of lectures, seminars and practical workshops including typodont exercises, treatment planning sessions and orthodontic mechanics classes. You will also have the opportunity to discuss clinical cases with peers and the faculty to formulate treatments based on sound judgement and up-to-date clinical evidence. Our objective is to provide dentists with the core knowledge and clinical skills essential for the delivery of competent, high-quality dental care.
Students enrolling in the clinical Master of Science course will be required to perform orthodontic procedures on patients as part of the Practical Skills Modules I, II and III. This is available under supervision for the GDC registered clinician in the Dental Hospital in the centre of Birmingham. Students wishing to perform their cases in their own practice will be required to request approval from the faculty at the time of admission, they will describe the availability of appropriate cases and appropriate supervision in their practice setting.
Masters of Science (MSc) in Clinical Orthodontics
Blended Learning (Part Time)
Master of Science (MSc) in Clinical Orthodontics
Course Duration: 3 – 5 years
180 UK credits, 90 ECTS credits, 36 US credits
You will attend three intensive week-long residential schools in each stage of this course in our College in central Birmingham. Teaching will include seminars, practical interactive workshops and training on phantom heads and simulated typodont models. You will also have the opportunity to develop your clinical competencies in our dental hospital under the supervision of our qualified consultants.
Masters of Science (MSc) in Orthodontics
Master of Science (MSc) in Orthodontics
Course Duration: 3 years
360 UK credits, 180 ECTS credits, 72 US credits
You will study on a full time basis in our state-of-the-art College and Hospital in central Birmingham. The course is delivered over 40 weeks per year, and you will be exposed to diverse techniques and approaches. You will learn from a multidisciplinary team and gain professional experience by performing advanced procedures on simulated models.
Flexibility to exit with a Post-Graduate Certificate (PG-Cert) or Post-Graduate Diploma (PG-Dip) in Clinical Orthodontics
* Master of Science courses are subject to final University validation agreement
- Principles of Orthodontic Patient Assessment
- Principles of Orthodontic Treatment Planning I
- Practical Skills in Orthodontics I
- Research Methodology I
- Fundamentals of Orthodontic Treatment Planning II
- Principles of Clinical Orthodontic Theory
- Practical Skills in Orthodontics II
- Research Methodology II
Blended Learning Applicants
- Undergraduate Degree in Dentistry, and
- Current GDC registration (for UK applicants only) or equivalent for international students, and
- Applicants will need to demonstrate evidence of professional indemnity cover, and
- Health to be able to perform clinical practice, and
- Current evidence of satisfactory DBS check
Full Time Applicants
- Undergraduate Degree in Dentistry, and
- Letter of good standing or equivalent from an appropriate regulatory dental body, and
- Applicants will need to demonstrate evidence of professional indemnity cover
English Language Requirements
Our courses require a minimum English level of IELTS 6.0 or equivalent, with no band score under 5.5. If you do not meet the English language requirement we will give you a conditional offer subject to you meeting the requirement before the commencement of the course.
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Open for September 2020
Blended Learning or Full Time
Blended Learning: 3 – 5 years
Full Time: 3 year
£30,000 (£10,000 per year)
£90,000 (£30,000 per year)