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Is Human physio, Human anatomy, Human biology of stress, psychology or stats included in your sGPA
 
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Which department offered the course is key.

E.g., statistics counts as math and would be included as such. Econometrics offered under the Econ Dept is also a form of statistics, but would probably not be counted.
 

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It does not matter what department it is offered under. Of course anatomy is usually for example under bio, but in some places its under the anthro department, or sometimes under a different science department. But to hell with that it'll still be under your BCPM. If you feel that the course was science or math, then by all means send in the course on your aamac's. There are many exceptions to the BCPM, including many psychology courses & anthropology courses which if description given can be accepted as BCPM.
 

GiladJaffe

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Physiology is under Integrative Biology Dept (my major) and so is Anatomy and Human Biology of Stress (the human bio of stress is Integrative Biology upper div cross listed with upper div psyche)
 

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department plays no role in defining whether or not the course counts as bcpm
 

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Is Human physio, Human anatomy, Human biology of stress, psychology or stats included in your sGPA
I'm fairly sure that the departmental classification determines whether or not the course is included in your BCMP GPA