MSc Study Structure
The total program technically consists of 8 online modules, 3 trips to Germany for practical training, writing a Master’s Thesis, and taking a final exam (which is a verbal defense of your thesis). However, Progressive Orthodontics Level I grads get a large academic credit and can skip 4 of 8 online modules.
As a Level I Progressive Orthodontics graduate, here is what you will need to do if you want to join:
Applications for the Master of Science in Specialized Orthodontics program are accepted year round. Once IMC receives your application, we will verify your student or graduation status from the Level I Comprehensive Orthodontic series and you will be informed of your acceptance. Class size is limited each year and seats are reserved on a first come, first served basis. Class roster will be released each January for that year. If there are no remaining seats for the year you wish to apply, your seat will be reserved in the following year if you wish.
*We suggest you apply for the 3-semester program unless you need 4-semesters for your visa