Not true.yes as long as its offered under the math or bio department. I took mine as bio class and unfortunately for me, it counted into my science GPA
So, the consensus is that it counts no matter what department it is from because you're not very likely to take statistics from the history department.This is correct.
That is incorrect.So, the consensus is that it counts no matter what department it is from because you're not very likely to take statistics from the history department.
Though I will acknowledge that OP probably doesn't realize he asked the question he asked.AACOMAS does not include math courses in their science GPA calculation.
When I took a course in biomedical ethics, I learned little biology and mostly philosophy. I was auditing that class, but if I had taken it for credit I would not have counted it as BCPM based on its content.Random but related... Do you guys think a graduate Biomedical Ethics class counts in sciGPA? It's listed as a BMSC (biomedical science) course at my school.