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Suggested Course Sequence - Gifted Studies

Semester

Course

Summer I

ED 516- Understanding Gifted Populations

 

ED 552- Curriculum Development

   

Fall I

ED 517- Methods, Materials and Resources for Teaching the Gifted

 

ED 530- Affective and Social Needs of the Gifted or ED 594- Atypical Populations of the Gifted

   

Spring I

ED 500- Educational Research

 

ED 595-Program Development and Evaluation

   

Summer II

ED 596- Capstone: Trends and Issues in Gifted Studies

 

ED 598- Internship

   

Fall II

ED 514- Professional Role of the Educator

 

ED 530- Affective and Social Needs of the Gifted or ED 594- Atypical Populations of the Gifted

   

Spring II

ED 504-Advanced Educational Psychology

 

Elective

 

Degree Requirements

The 36-hour degree program requires the following:

CORE EDUCATION COURSES:
(12 credit hours)

ED 500 - Educational Research
ED 514 - Professional Role of the Educator
ED 520 - Foundations of Education or
ED 504 - Advanced Educational Psychology
ED 552 - Curriculum Development*

GIFTED STUDIES:
(21 credit hours)

ED 516 - Understanding Gifted Populations*
ED 517 - Methods, Materials, and Resources for the Gifted*
ED 595 - Program Development and Evaluation*
ED 598 - Internship in Education
ED 530 - Affective & Social Needs of the Gifted
ED 594 - Atypical Populations of the Gifted
ED 596 - Capstone: Trends and Issues in Gifted Education

ELECTIVES:
(3 credit hours)

Any masters’ level course in education as approved by student’s advisor.

*Courses required for Gifted Certification.