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Genetic Counseling Minor

Exposing students to the area of genetic counseling and provides some of the coursework required for admission to a genetic counseling graduate program. Genetic counselors occupy a niche working with families of children with serious genetic diseases.  Gain knowledge in “personalized medicine,” in which genetic information is used to determine an individualized treatment.

Required Courses

PHI 220 Ethics

(Choose One)

  • BIO 304 Genetics and Society
  • BIO 314 Genetics and Society Lab

 

(Choose One)

  • BIO 230 Genetics with Lab
  • PSY 204 Psychology of the Infant and Toddler
  • PSY 207 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
  • PSY 325 Health Psychology

 

(Choose One)

  • PSY 430 Human Neuropsychology
  • MAT 216 Statistical Data Analysis
  • MAT 315 Applied Probability and Statistic,
  • CSC 314 Bioinformatics
  • BIO 378 Biological Research and Data Analysis
  • PSY 227 Behavioral Science Statistics

 

Minor Electives (Choose One)

  • BIO 202 Human Biology
  • CHE 200 Introductory Chemistry with Lab
  • CHE 205 Chemistry of Life with Lab
  • CHE 210/212 General Chemistry and General Chemistry Lab
  • CHE 316 Biochemistry I
  • PSY 204 Psychology of the Infant and Toddler
  • PSY 207 Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
  • PSY 325 Health Psychology
  • PSY 430 Human Neuropsychology
  • PSY 450 Counseling and Clinical Psychology