To be considered for the program, prospective students must have a DDS, DMD, or equivalent general dental degree. Selection for admission is based upon the completed online application and a personal interview. Successful completion of all of the Center for Advanced Dental Education's graduate dental program requirements results in a Master of Science in Dentistry (Research) degree, and a specialty certificate upon completion of didactic and clinical requirements.
Students interested in enrolling at CADE must complete an online application from Saint Louis University's department of Graduate Admission. The application fee is $55 and can be paid during the online application process.
Information on applying to CADE's Orthodontic program.
Information on applying to CADE's Endodontic program.
Information on applying to CADE's Periodontic program.
Any additional application materials should be sent directly to the department of Graduate Admission. The deadline for endodontic and periodontic applications are August 1 and September 1 for orthodontics applications.
The Graduate Orthodontics Program participates in the match program. All applicants to that program must obtain a match code number from National Matching Services prior to the selection process.