Master of Education in Gifted Education
The Master of Education degree in gifted education is designed to provide the specialized knowledge needed by teachers and other educational personnel who work with gifted and able students (K-12). The curriculum is appropriate for teachers whether they provide instruction in special programs for the gifted or teach in inclusive settings. The M. Ed. Degree in gifted education does not confer teacher certification. The Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education is responsible for the gifted education program although the program itself is multi-disciplinary.
Deadline dates: no deadline
Required Entrance exams: GRE or MAT,
required only if cumulative GPA is lower than 3.0
Interview: not required.
Other requirements: teaching certificate
Fall 2013/Spring 2014 Costs
Graduate Student Total Per Credit Cost:
Graduate PA Resident Tuition, General fee, and Technology fee.
Graduate Non-Resident Tuition, General fee, and Technology fee.
Graduate Non-Resident Tuition, General fee and Technology fee online programs (MSEM and Gifted Certificate).
PA Resident Tuition
PA Non-Resident Tuition
Non-Resident online programs (MSEM and Gifted Certificate) Tuition
General Fee (required fee)*
$101 – per credit (up to 11 credits)
$50.50 – per credit online programs (MSEM and Gifted Certificate)
$1,213.50 maximum – (12 or more credits)
Tuition Technology Fee (required fee)*
PA Resident $21 per credit
Non-Resident $31 per credit
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Last updated January 22, 2018