The Postgraduate Dental College (PDC) of the Uniformed Services University was established in May 2010 after receiving approval from the USU Board of Regents. The University grants a Master of Science in Oral Biology degree after the completion of an affiliated graduate dental residency program at one of the Service Dental Schools. The college is comprised of educational sites for the Army Postgraduate Dental School located at Fort Bragg, N.C., Fort Hood, Texas, Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, Fort Gordon, Ga. Naval Postgraduate Dental School at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, and the Air Force Postgraduate Dental School with locations at Lackland and Keesler Air Force Bases. All students matriculated into the program have obtained a Doctor of Dental Surgery or a Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. Admission is open to active duty officers or Health Professions Scholarship Program recipients who have been selected for residency training in University affiliated programs by their respective Service.
The Tri-Service Center for Oral Health Studies (TSCOHS) is aligned to USU under the Postgraduate Dental College. The Center provides consultative services related to dental care in the military.