Assess Risk, Educate About Options, Provide Support.
Accepting Applications for September 7, 2022 Applications and Materials are due February 4, 2022
To our applicants: We very much appreciate your thoughtful applications and are actively reviewing them all. We will reach out soon to those who will be offered interviews, which will be conducted virtually throughout the month of March. If you have specific questions, please reach out to the program director, Janice Berliner, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bay Path University's MS in Genetic Counseling prepares graduates for careers in the expanding field of genetic counseling. Become part of a program that offers an engaging, rewarding, and highly accessible, personalized learning experience.
Students in the genetic counseling program gain superior knowledge and skills for the evaluation, monitoring, diagnosis, treatment, and counseling of patients across their lifespan. Bay Path is dedicated to preparing our students for varied roles in the genetic counseling workforce; students who will advocate for their patients, maintain quality and ethical standards, effectively work in interdisciplinary teams, contribute to research, and strive for the advancement of, and leadership in, the genetic counseling profession.
• is Ideal for students with a science background and strong interpersonal skills
• encourages students from a variety of ethnocultural backgrounds to apply. All students are trained in best practices for working with culturally diverse patients
Podcast: What Is Genetic Counseling? Join Janice Berliner and Dr. Dave Vigerust with Kristin Sunanta Walker (Mental Health News Radio) as they discuss the field of Genetics and explain exactly what Genetic Counseling is and why it is invaluable. The field of mental health is in dire need of genetic counselors. Janice discusses her shift from the clinical world of genetics to that of being an educator. Listen here.