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MASTER OF EDUCATION

Gifted Education

MASTER OF EDUCATION

Gifted Education

The Master of Education with concentration in Gifted Education focuses on the identification, differentiation, and social and emotional development of the intellectually gifted learner. Its objective is to prepare teachers to confidently and effectively work with exceptional learners. The foundation of the program builds understanding of the theories behind gifted learning. The courses engage students in the most current practices with research based curriculum development, teaching strategies, and identification methods particularly for the atypicalities of the gifted learner. Students will also experience an appreciation for the artistically and creatively gifted learner.

Program Overview

GRGI

Tuition
$445.00 per trimester hour
Hours
The program is 30 hours and may be completed in as little as 12 months. Students may begin the program any trimester.
Delivery Method
Classes are delivered in a fully online format that is perfect for the working student who wants to take their education to the next level. Classes are designed to be flexible and require no synchronous meetings. William Carey uses Canvas as the learning management system for online coursework.
Applicant Prerequisites & Requirements
Prospective students must:
Complete an online application & pay application fee
Submit official copies of all transcripts to Graduate Admissions via eScript or mailed from the institution
Have a GPA of 2.5 with a minimum of 3.0 on any previous work in History / Social Science
Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with at least a minor in History / Social Science
Hold or qualify to hold a Class A teacher’s license and provide a copy
Provide two recommendations from past or current supervisors
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