You will be able to apply what you learn in a master's program with an emphasis in talent development to school settings and non-traditional educational settings. Our graduates have applied their knowledge and skills from this program to a wide variety of career pathways, including but not limited to:
- classroom teachers in P-12 schools
- district curriculum specialists
- campus-based mentors and instructional coaches
- extra-curricular coaches
- coordinators of gifted/talented education
- part-time university faculty
- self-employed artists and web designers
This program does not lead toward one specific career track or toward specific roles in educational administration, such as certification for the principalship. Many of our graduates are now in non-administrative teacher leadership positions. Some graduates have continued their education through doctoral studies, such as Ph.D. programs in school improvement.
Program graduates also make a life, not just a living. Our program graduates often say that the program opened up their thinking about themselves, education, and society in ways that helped them to figure out their own next steps in their professional lives and personal lives.