M.S. DEGREE IN Genetic Counseling
The M.S. in Genetic Counseling comprises a full-time 21 month program, through two academic years and the intervening summer. A total of 58 credit hours are required for graduation. These include a combination of course work, laboratory experience and clinical rotations.
An undergraduate minor in genetic counseling can be a valuable addition for students majoring in biology, nursing, as well as students interested in pursuing a master’s later in the future.