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Master of Education in Teaching the Gifted and Talented

Licensure in Gifted and Talented Education

Licensure

The licensure program of study in Gifted and Talented Education at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock meets the requirements for Arkansas Licensure in Gifted and Talented Education. It is a K-8 and/or 7-12 licensure attached to an existing license in general or special education. The Additional Licensure Plan (ALP) should be discussed with the program coordinator who assists students in developing study plans that meet licensure requirements. Licensure is an 18-hour program.

Career Opportunities

    Program graduates may find career opportunities in a variety of areas, including:

  • classroom teachers
  • gifted and talented facilitators
  • gifted program coordinators
  • educational cooperative supervisors in gifted education
Updated 2.16.2007