University of Arizona
Genetic Counseling Graduate Program
Location: Tucson, AZ
Program Length: 22 months
Mission: To provide a well-rounded education through rigorous and diverse academic and fieldwork experiences.
Program’s Objectives: To graduate students who will be prepared to:
- Work as a member of a genetic/genomic health care team.
- Interpret family and medical histories to assess the likelihood of disease occurrence or recurrence.
- Provide patient counseling to promote informed personal and medical choices, as well as adaptation to the risk or condition.
- Educate clients, clinicians and the public about genetic conditions, inheritance, testing, management, prevention, resources and research on inherited conditions.
- GRE – ❌
- International students – ✅
- GPA requirement = 3.0
- In-state priority – ❌
- Interviews – Virtual
- In-state: $43,059.70
- Out-of-state: $82,203.70
- International: $82,203.70
- Tuition reduction options – ✅
- On-campus work opportunities – ✅
- Match and/or Application Waivers – ❌
- Tucson, AZ and Phoenix, AZ
- Flexible summer rotation opportunities – ✅
The UAGCGP is committed to the incorporation of principles of diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice through:
- Completion of annual training/coursework related to principles of diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice by program leadership
- Annual review of curriculum that includes a review of content for bias and diversity with updates being made as needed
- Development of strategies to foster diverse representation in the genetic counseling profession
- Identification and listing of institutional resources including (but not limited to) disability services, first generation services, academic support, and groups for underrepresented students on the program website
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