Well. I did an SDN search for how people in the past have classified their grad. epidemiology courses, and came up with very little. I realize that AMCAS only counts Bio, Chem, Physics, and Math toward the "sci" gpa that they calculate. I realize that my Biostats courses count as Math. But 2 of my epi courses also required alot of Math, and the 2 others we had to learn all this stuff about cancer and its molecular basis, and the other one I had to learn all of this infectious disease stuff. I took "biology" courses in undergrad that were less "bio-ey" than these epi courses. Can I classify these as Bio? Anyone with an MS or MPH applied in the past and been in the same situation? Any advice would be much welcomed. Have a great day all. Cheers.