Our program features five different focus areas and academic tracks:
curriculum and instruction, research, leadership and administration, professional development,
and home schooling.
A minimum of a bachelor’s or a master’s degree is required for admission. Applicants must display a special interest in strength-based, talent-focused education for twice exceptional & neurodiverse learners.
The Bridges Graduate School of Cognitive Diversity in Education offers three programs in a new and exciting field growing out of neurodiversity and positive psychology, cognitive diversity in education.
The faculty, consultants and advisor experts at Bridges Graduate School are comprised of scholars, authors, experienced teachers, researchers & others with a respected international reputation in cognitive diversity.