We are pleased to offer a fully-online graduate certificate in Gifted Education and Talent Development. This certificate program can be completed in one year. Participants earn 12 credits. The credits earned in this program can later be applied to a Master’s degree or advanced diploma in Gifted Education.
Students interested in the Master of Arts or Sixth-Year Diploma in Professional Education (certificate) may pursue their studies full-time on campus, part-time through a combination of campus and on-line program offerings, or fully online. Students who enroll in these programs are trained to be teachers of gifted and talented students or program coordinators in public schools or related educational settings. These programs require a minimum of 30 credits of coursework.
Students earning a Ph.D. have two options. They can enroll full-time (generally for three years) or participate in our hybrid option (four summers and one academic year). The purpose of the Ph.D. program is to prepare the next generation of researchers and leaders in the field of gifted and talented education or the field of creativity and innovation.