Louisiana Campus Doctorate in Special & Gifted Education
Campus doctoral programs in special & gifted education might be suitable for individuals pursuing careers beyond teaching, such as roles in administration, leadership, or policy-making. Prerequisites usually include a masters degree and might require licensing. Graduates might pursue careers in the supervision of teachers, research, or development of laws pertaining to educating students with special needs.
- Baton Rouge, LABaton Rouge, LA
Southern University and A & M College
To meet the challenges of the next millennium, Southern University and A and M College at Baton Rouge is rapidly transforming into a Doctoral Level II research institution. Graduate studies have gained the momentum on the strengths of new and dynamic le...
- New Orleans, LANew Orleans, LA
University of New Orleans
Assessment Teacher; Hearing or Visual Impairment; Gifted and Talented; Mid/Moderate; Severe/Profound Handicaps; Noncategorical Preschool Handicaps...
- Monroe, LAMonroe, LA
University of Louisiana At Monroe
M.Ed.-Elementary Education The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction provides innovative courses in elementary education (1-5) that exten...