GCD 5914: Ethical and Legal Issues in Genetic Counseling

2 Credits

This course will provide a foundational knowledge of the ethical and legal considerations that are relevant to individuals working at the intersection of genetics and medical science. This will involve pre-class reading and research assignments in addition to relevant videos, podcasts, blog readings, and documentaries on this topic. Students will learn to frame ethical questions using appropriate frameworks, consult research, develop strategies for reaching resolutions, and communicate their process and outcomes. Students will work individually as well as collectively through case discussions in small groups and large group settings. Class time will be split between lecture, discussion, and in-class activities.

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