The Center supports a full range of graduate programs in gifted education:
Begin your program in any semester!
The Gifted and Talented licensure and master’s programs are part of UA Little Rock’s School of Education, and is recognized by the National Association for Gifted Children as a fully-accredited program according to CAEP-CEC Standards.
Licensure in Gifted and Talented Education is a K-12 licensure attached to an existing license in general or specific education. Licensure is fully-online, 15-hour non-degree program.
The masters program in Gifted and Talented Education prepares educators for roles as classroom teachers, gifted and talented facilitators, gifted program coordinators, and educational cooperative supervisors. The Masters is a 30-33 hour program.
To accommodate the busy professional, the masters program can be completed with all online courses, Saturday classes, and/or summer short courses.