Academically & Intellectually Gifted

Add-On Licensure

With careful planning and additional courses, a Teacher Education Candidate admitted to Teacher Education can also earn a second license. Teachers holding a current North Carolina Continuing License or Initial License (active employment) may enroll in the program by discussing their program requirements with the appropriate Add-on License Coordinator, who will then complete an IEP. If approved, the teacher must submit a copy of their current certificate, official transcript, and agree that all courses listed on the IEP will be taken at Methodist University.

Requirements for the Add-On License in Academically and Intellectually Gifted (K-12)

A Teacher Candidate, who wishes to add the academically and intellectually gifted licensure to the existing or proposed initial licensure, must meet the following requirements:

  1. Prerequisites: Conference with and consent of AIG program coordinator.
  2. Additional requirements: EDU 4480, 4510, 4550, and 4650.

Program Faculty & Staff

Dr. Jennifer Broome, Chair, Department of Education

Dr. Jennifer Broome

Chair, Education
(910) 630-7429
Vickie Erben, Assistant Professor of Education

Vickie Erben

Assistant Professor of Education
(910) 630-7489
Patricia Fecher, Director of Field Experience & Student Teaching

Patricia Fecher

Instructor of Education
(910) 630-7374
Jaunita Heyward, Associate Professor of Education

Dr. Jaunita Heyward

Associate Professor of Education
(910) 630-7051

Maryanne Hickson

Administrative Assistant, Education & M.Ed.
(910) 630-7057
Yvonne Nolan, Professor of Education

Dr. Yvonne Nolan

Professor of Education
(910) 630-7373
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