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BIO-104 Principles of Enviro Sci as a bio class or environmental science?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by bananabrowning, May 14, 2008.

  1. bananabrowning

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    There is a course offered called Prin of Enviro Sci that is under the Biology department with course number BIO-104. I think that environmental science courses aren't counted towards BCMP GPA's, but if this course is under the biology department with a biology course number and the description states that it covers "basic concepts of ecology and how humans have altered and modified the environment through pollution and other changes imposed by technological advances", do you guys think it will count under BCMP?

    I read the AAMC handbook and found ecology under Biology (BCMP) but I just need some second opinions.


    Thanks
     
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  3. scrubsaresexy

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    I would assume it's bio, based on it being listed as a BIO course. Then again, I haven't been through this hellish process yet, so I'm not entirely sure.
     
  4. ChubbyChaser

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    Put it under Bio..Im pretty sure Environ science should be included in BCPM

    Shoot I put down a spanish class because its listed under biology.

    If there is a problem, AMCAS will change it for you, so dont worry.
     

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