Human Anatomy for non-bio majors

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  1. LoveDoc

    LoveDoc Respect the Rhesus Monkey

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    What is "human anatomy for non-bio majors"?

    Will this pad the BPCM GPA? or is this not a good class to take? It is 5credit hours plus lab but if it's not equivalent to "real" bio class I don't want to waste my time. I looked under Allied Health at my state school and can't find any alternative.

    Please help if you know. Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. kam730

    kam730 Senior Member

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    At my school we have an anatomy class that is non-bio. It is for nursing majors, etc. Then there is an anatomy class in the bio dept which is higher level. I am a bio major, so it would be a waste of credits if i took the non-bio class. But if you aren't a bio major, and just want to take an anatomy class, I think it would be fine, and would count as BCPM (I think). I took an entry level astronomy class (in physics dept.) just for the fun of it, and AMCAS counted it as BCPM. Hope that helps a little.
     

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