The M.Ed. in Gifted Education consists of 30 hours and includes courses focused on the nature of gifted learners, the needs of the gifted, challenges faced by gifted, curriculum development for gifted learners, and instruction of gifted learners. Students must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.
M.Ed. in Gifted Education Courses:
EDU500f MEd Clinical: Teacher Work Sample
EDU500g MEd Clinical: National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
EDU526: Identification and Other Issues in Gifted Ed
EDU582f: Practicuum in Curriculum for the Gifted
EDU582h: Practicuum in Instruction for the Gifted
EDU591: Nature and Needs of the Gifted
EDU592: Curriculum and Instruction for the Gifted
EDU593: Advanced Curriculum Practices for the Gifted
EDU594: Special Topics in Gifted Education Portfolio
EDU619a: Theories and Designs in Action Research
EDU619b Action Research: Implementation
A combination of 6 additional credits in education, special education, liberal arts, or music courses at the 500 level or above.