A growing field
Genetic counselors are in high demand, as jobs are expected to increase by 26% between 2020 and 2030.
Study with nationally-recognized leaders in genetic counseling, genomics, laboratory genetics, and more.
Become a genetic counselor
With advances in genomics and genetic testing, there is a growing demand for genetic counselors who can help translate genetic data and deliver compassionate genetic counseling services.
University of Washington’s new Genetic Counseling Graduate Program prepares graduates to serve patients with a range of genetic conditions and meet the evolving needs of precision health. Students earn a Master of Science in Genetic Counseling degree.
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