Clinical Genetics and Genomics

The graduate certificate program in Clinical Genetics and Genomics is a four-course, twelve-credit, online graduate certificate program. The program provides foundational knowledge in clinical genetics and genomics and is designed for individuals who possess a bachelor’s degree and who wish to enter the exciting and growing profession of clinical genetics. It is also designed for individuals already practicing in the health care field but are interested in gaining an academic foundation to improve work performance and/or enhance their professional advancement. Admission to the graduate program in Clinical Genetics and Genomics requires completion of an undergraduate degree in science, or related health and science fields. Completion of this certificate program does not qualify a student for eligibility to sit for the American Board of Genetic Counseling certification examination.

Required Courses: ISG 5100, 5101, 5102, and 5103. Course substitutions may be made with prior approval from Program Director.