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Educational Psychology
250 Education Sciences Bldg
56 East River Road
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Voice: 612-624-6083

Psychological Foundations/QME
250 Education Sciences Bldg
56 East River Road
Minneapolis, MN
55455-0364 USA

Tel: 612-624-0042
Fax: 612-624-8241

Talent Development and Gifted Education

Help gifted and talented students to learn and grow

This program is intended to give teachers, administrators, education professionals, and other individuals with an interest in K-12 and postsecondary schools and other settings the opportunity to obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to develop, implement, and supervise programs in the education of gifted and talented students. This program will prepare you to encourage and develop human talents in areas of academic, artistic and athletic skills (cognitive, affective and psychomotor skills) and other skills.

Regisration & program completion requirements



This program is designed for degree-seeking or non-degree seeking students who have completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. The program is only available to international students enrolled in a concurrent grad program. Students must complete at least 12 credits of the following coursework:

Required courses

Elective course

One course (minimum 3 credits) selected with the approval of certificate program director William Bart. Examples include coursework in learning and cognition, social psychology of education, measurement, or coursework in another discipline such as curriculum and instruction, educational administration, child development, or psychology.

Note: For course descriptions and schedules, refer to the University of Minnesota Class Schedule.


William Bart

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