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  Nov 18, 2017
 
 
    
2017 - 2018 Graduate Catalog

Gifted Education, MAEd


The M.A.Ed. Program in Curriculum & Instruction with a concentration in Gifted Education is designed for teachers or administrators who already hold certification in early, middle, or secondary education, or endorsement in at least one area of special education. The program is structured to provide students with an understanding of the unique cognitive/affective needs of gifted students, curriculum and instruction to meet those needs, and the processes for developing appropriate programs and services in the context of general or special education.

Foundations (3-12 Hours)


* Students who do not take EDUC F11  and who do not hold a Virginia teachers license must notify the Office of Teacher Education & Professional Services in order to complete a required training module in Child Abuse Recognition and Reporting.

# Candidates who hold initial licensure AND have taken this course will substitute an elective in its place.

Electives (3-15)


Culminating Experience for Honors designation


(optional-3 Hours)


NOTE: 30 hours are necessary for graduation; up to 12 hours may be transferred in; a minimum of 24 graduate credit hours must be earned at William and Mary post admission to current graduate program.

Possible Electives for students:


Total Hours: 30+