Human Genetics for a science LOR?

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Nov 7, 2021
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Would Human Genetics qualify as a science course and would I be able to use it for a science LOR? The class is in the Biology department (it's called BIO 104), and it's taught by a Professor of Biology. However, the class itself is for science non-majors. The course description reads as follows:

Course introduces basic genetic principles and applications in human populations. Content includes the cell cycle; structure, function, mutation and transmission of the genetic material; role of genetics in health care and biotechnology; and ethical, psychological and social implications of gene-based medicine.

Thanks in advance!

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