May 29, 2024  
Graduate Catalog 2023 - 2024 
    
Graduate Catalog 2023 - 2024

Twice-Exceptional Education, Graduate Certificate


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Introduction

The Graduate Certificate in Twice-Exceptional Education consists of five courses, three of which are determined by the background of the applicant, for a minimum of 13 graduate credits beyond courses previously taken for licensure purposes. Because Twice-Exceptional education is the integration of special education and gifted education, this certificate provides a foundation in both fields, followed by teaching implications for teachers when exceptional areas of strengths and challenges are integrated in a singular child. The Certificate in Twice-Exceptionality will designate that a teacher has expertise in integrating gifted education and special education strategies to support the instructional and social-emotional needs of twice-exceptional students.

Admission Information

Applicants must be previously-licensed teachers in any field, including elementary, secondary content areas, special education, or gifted education.

Certificate Requirements


(Minimum of 13 credit hours)

Teaching Twice-Exceptional Students


Select ONE: The integration of special education and gifted education strategies

Critical Issues in Twice-Exceptional Education


Select ONE: Issues regarding identification of and programming for twice-exceptional students

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