Epilepsy is a common disorder with a significant portion of cases having some degree of genetic contribution. This includes multifactorial, polygenic, chromosomal, copy number variants, and single gene disorders. This panel provides a cost effective and comprehensive strategy to evaluate for single gene causes of seizure disorders. Syndromic and non-syndromic forms of epilepsy are included in this panel. Identifying the underlying etiology and genetic cause of epilepsy may influence or directly impact medical management. For example, some medications are contraindicated when particular gene mutations are present.