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GS11 1031 Contemporary Issues in Genetic Counseling

  • Course Director(s): Singletary, Claire; Czerwinksi, Jennifer
  • Semester: Spring and Fall
  • Frequency: Annually
  • Credit Hours: 1
  • Grading System: Letter Grade
  • Prerequisites:


Singletary, Claire; Czerwinski, Jennifer. One semester hour. Fall and Spring, annually. Grading System: Letter Grade. Prerequisites: Psychosocial Issues in Genetics and II; Ethical Dimensions of the Biomedical Sciences

This course provides a platform for exploration of the complex ethical and moral issues that arise in genetic counseling. The format varies weekly and includes presenting and discussing advanced psychosocial topics, debating ethical case scenarios, and participating in seminars for continued professional development. Genetic counseling students in their second year are eligible for this course.

Course Outline Contemporary Issues in Genetic Counseling