We offer several levels of degrees and credentials in the area of gifted education.
The Gifted, Creative, and Talented Studies Certificate Program (GCT) provides professional preparation to support and serve gifted, creative, and talented children and youth. The certificate does not constitute a teaching license, but posts to the student’s transcript as a program of study. Certified Indiana educators who wish to earn the GCT Certificate are eligible for High Ability Licensure upon completion of the program.
Students can choose to specialize in GCT studies and earn a Master’s degree following either a thesis or non-thesis plan of study. A Master’s in GCT studies prepares students for leadership roles in policy, schools, or classrooms, or to pursue another graduate degree.
Our internationally recognized PhD program in gifted, creative, and talented studies attract students from across the country and around the world. Working closely with faculty scholars as mentors, students prepare for productive leadership roles in research, teaching, and program development. Funding may be available to support exceptional students pursuing full-time PhD study.
GERI welcomes select scholars from other institutions to visit and study with us. To apply, please send a letter of request detailing your goals and research together with a vita to Dr. Marcia Gentry at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nielsen Pereira at email@example.com
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