- Bachelors degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4 point scale)
- Successful completion of the following undergraduated courses:
- general genetics (upper level course)
- biochemistry (upper level course)
- embryology or developmental biology
- All prerequisite courses must be completed by time of acceptance in early May.
- Three of the four required prerequisite courses must be completed or in progress at the time you turn in your application (December 1 application deadline).
- One of the required prerequisite courses may be completed during the Spring semester preceeding admission for the following Fall.
- Satisfactory scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) verbal, analytical, and quantitative sections. To have your GRE scores sent to us, use the following codes: Institution Code 5913, Department Code 0210
Applicants are required to complete a UNCG application form and submit undergraduate transcripts, three letters of reference, resume and a personal essay.
It is recommended that applicants have previous experience in a volunteer or paid position working in social service agencies or with crisis counseling organizations. Applicants are also encouraged to gain exposure to the field of genetic counseling via shadowing and/or internship experiences. Applicants who are evaluated as meeting the standards for admission will be invited for a required personal interview with the admissions committee at UNCG.
The application deadline for admission in Fall 2014 is December 1, 2013
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The Graduate School, UNCG, 241 Mossman Building, Greensboro, NC 27402