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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.

Faculty & Administration

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.