Taught course

Clinical Endodontics

University of South Wales · University of South Wales

Entry requirements

Applicants require Bachelor of Dental Surgery (equivalent international qualifications are acceptable) and current registration with the GDC.

They should also be employed in primary dental care or in a junior hospital position.

Months of entry


Course content

The MSc Clinical Endodontics provides extensive teaching of contemporary endodontics for general dental practitioners and hospital dental staff. Developed through collaboration between the University of South Wales and Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board this is the only course of its type in Wales.
The Clinical Endodontics course is designed to strengthen knowledge and understanding in the field of endodontology, improve clinical skills in all aspects of endodontic diagnosis, treatment planning and clinical treatment, and hopefully lead to increased job satisfaction. You will undertake clinical work placements at the Department of Restorative Dentistry at Morriston Hospital and Port Talbot Resource Centre. Lectures will take place on the University’s Glyntaff campus.
Year One: Clinical Endodontics course
The first year involves attending 12 full days
Endodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning (20 credits)
Endodontic Access, Canal Shaping, Cleaning and Obturation (20 credits)
Restoration of the Endodontically Treated Tooth (20 credits)
Year Two: Clinical Endodontics course
You will spend sixdays at the University of South Wales’ Glyntaff campus studying the Research Methods module.
Research Methods: Clinical Endodontics (20 credits)
Clinical Case Studies (20 credits)
Management of Dental Trauma (20 credits)
Year Three: Clinical Endodontics course
Agreed with students at the start of the year as mainly tutorials and student-led sessions.
Dissertation (40 credits)
Management of Post-treatment Disease in Endodontics (20 credits)
There will be an emphasis on lecture and seminar-driven teaching before progressing to the hands-on, clinical components. Lectures and “Phantom-head” type teaching will occur over six days toward the beginning of year one, and live clinical practice occurs over six further days in the second half of the year. In year two you will undertake further self-study and develop your practice case reports.
Course materials (including access to electronic journals) are made available after lectures via the University's online portal Blackboard.
The course is delivered at Morriston Hospital Post Graduate Centre-Swansea, Port Talbot Resource-Baglan Bay and the University of South Wales Glyntaff Campus.

Fees and funding

For full information on funding see the website.

Qualification and course duration


part time
36 months

Course contact details

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