SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) Hi, I'm a prepharm student going to be a junior at my university. I have two questions. First, for my major (Biochemistry), I can either take Cell Biology or Molecular Basis of Human Disease. The descriptions for the two are shown respectively: Cell Biology - The structure and function of cells and cell organelles, cell growth and division, motility, cell differentiation and specialization. Molecular Basis of Human Disease - An examination of the molecular basis of human diseases. Course emphasizes inherited human disorders, and some important diseases caused by viruses. Focus on the application of genetic, biochemical, and molecular biological principles to an understanding of the diseases. Which course would be more helpful in the future for pharmacy school? I dont know which one My second question is is taking Structural Biochemistry any help in pharmacy school? I believe Metabolic Biochemistry would be more helpful (knowing the mechanisms and reaction pathways), whereas just recognizing the structures. Or would both be good to take to prepare for pharmacy school. Thanks!