Certificate in gifted education
Our certificate is designed to be completed in approximately two years. Teachers who complete the certificate program will receive a graduate certificate in gifted education from the Morgridge College of Education and be prepared to take the Gifted Education PLACE Exam, a requirement for the endorsement.
See our gifted education courses.
Find other graduate degrees in education from the Morgridge College of Education.
The 45-quarter credit master's and 90-quarter credit doctoral programs in curriculum and instruction offer a focus on gifted and talented education. These programs are designed for students who want to further their knowledge of teaching, learning, schools and communities from academically grounded frameworks.
Students interested in continuing on for a master's degree after completing the certificate program may apply for the degree in curriculum and instruction with a concentration in gifted education. This degree completion option allows students to apply all the credits of their certificate program toward a 45-credit-hour master's program. A separate application and admission process is required for this master's degree option.