If you are planning to raise your BCPM, just stay away from those borderline cases and take regular science courses. Very doable.
Any suggestion on how classes such as Pathophysiology (offered from the Biomedical Science dept) and Biomedical Ethics (offered from the Biology Dept "BIO346") will count? What about a class titled Cancer Genetics (BIO 423)?
Thanks for any feedback...
Both college algebra and stats will count toward your BCPM GPA for AMCAS (sorry, you won't be able to get out of it) but they won't count for your sGPA for AACOMASI was wondering if College Algebra would be calculated with my science GPA? I got a C in it years ago, so I hope not. Going to take stats.
"BIOC 296. Nutritional Biochemistry is a comprehensive study of the metabolismWhat is the official college course description
"BIOC 296. Nutritional Biochemistry is a comprehensive study of the metabolism
of the macro-nutrients by humans with emphasis on hormonal
control of biochemical pathways, nutritional and metabolic
interrelationships and dietary disorders. The biochemistry of the
micronutrients and vitamins will also be studied. Prerequisite: BIOC
205 or PBIO 185."
Which reminds me to ask. We also had to take a survey of biochemistry course as well with the lab but the course was in the plant biology department. Would this be BPCM as well?
"PBIO 185. Survey of Biochemistry. 3 Credits.
Broad coverage of biochemical topics suitable for students in the
applied health sciences. Prerequisite: CHEM 042 or CHEM 142.
Cross-listed with: PBIO 185.
PBIO 187. Survey of Biochemistry: Lab. 1 Credit.
Introduction to techniques and equipment used for the isolation
and quantitative analysis of amino acids, proteins, carbohydrates and
DNA enzymes in biological materials. Prerequisite: CHEM 042 or
CHEM 142. Cross-listed with: PBIO 187."