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  • Cost: $195 (+$25 CEU fee for those who choose this option)
  • Hours of content: 10
  • Number of CEUs: 1.0
  • Description: This course covers genetic testing and genetic counseling issues, as well as clinical information about the syndromic, metabolic and acquired causes of congenital heart defects, coronary heart disease, cardiac arrhythmias and cardiomyopathies.
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  • Cost: $495 (+$25 CEU fee for those who choose this option)
  • Hours of content: 25.5
  • Number of CEUs: 2.55
  • Description: This extensive course is divided into basic developmental lectures and clinical application presentations. Coursemaster DJ Lowrie Jr, PhD, has consistently been recognized for excellence in teaching.
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  • Cost: $295 (+$25 CEU fee for those who choose this option)
  • Hours of content: 19
  • Number of CEUs: 1.9
  • Description: This course covers roles for genetic counselors in the laboratory setting, molecular and cytogenetic testing methodologies and interpretation, as well as ethical and regulatory issues for clinical genetics labs.
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  • Cost: $195 (+$25 CEU fee for those who choose this option)
  • Hours of content: 11
  • Number of CEUs: 1.1
  • Description: The course focuses on knowledge and skills related to genetic counseling practice for a variety of neurologic conditions in a wide variety of settings. Topics include pediatric and adult genetic disorders such as tuberous sclerosis and Huntington disease, common neurologic conditions that have a genetic component such as stroke and epilepsy, and prenatal onset conditions such as posterior fossa malformations.
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  • Cost: $295 (+$25 CEU fee for those who choose this option)
  • Hours of content: 20
  • Number of CEUs: 2.0
  • Description: This extensive course is divided into basic developmental lectures and clinical application presentations.
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  • Cost: $95 
  • Hours of content: 5.3
  • NOT AVAILABLE FOR CEUs
  • Description: This course provides an introduction to the genetic counseling profession through clinical and laboratory case examples. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to describe the role of genetic counselors in healthcare and be familiar with the medical, genetic and psychosocial issues that can present in genetic counseling cases.
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