DendWrite

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Do these classes count in BCPM for AMCAS? They have an "EN" designation at my school and are in the "Applied Maths" department, though they are decidedly mathematics (I mean, as much math as any other department...all exams are problems based, we have problem sets, etc.).

Here's an example:

"Course Title: Linear Algebra & Differential Equations
An introduction to the basic concepts of linear algebra, matrix theory, and differential equations that are used widely in modern engineering and science. Intended for engineering and science majors whose program does not permit taking both courses separately."
 

Cmaster

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Thanks (x^3)/3 + c :D.

Anybody else (maybe who took a class like this) can confirm?
Yea, I studied chemical engineering and took Diff Eq., and it counted towards my BCPM
 
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