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Bay Path University

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Mission Statement

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.

Program is located in East Longmeadow, MA

Program website:  https://www.baypath.edu/academics/graduate-programs/genetic-counseling-ms/

Academic year is from  September to May.

Our program is a distance learning program.

Information about prerequisites info can be found at https://www.baypath.edu/admissions-aid/graduate-admissions/genetic-counseling-ms-requirements/

  • No GRE required,
  • Holistic admissions process.
  • In-state and Out-of-state students: $68,440.00

General geographic location of internships: All over the U.S., as dictated by student locations

Currently have Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice initiatives as part of the program.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice initiatives:  Last year, we provided a facilitated “Factuality” activity as well as a panel discussion on disability awareness. Several lectures on these topics are embedded into our Ethics and Professional Conduct course as well.