Hey guys I know that not everyone that goes into medicine is a biology major. What I quesiton is what type of pre-med coursework most peopple take? Like, I wanted to take an A&P class that my school offers, but it is the one that nursing students take. My prof was telling me to take comparitive anatomy. What I don't get, is how can this class be better for me than the A&P. The A&P is two semesters long, covers all the systems, and is strictly focused on humans. The comp. anatomy looks at things like the history of the liver, and how it compares to the liver of a whale, or the lungs of a cow. Would a med school really look at my A&P and say that it's not as tough as a comp. anatomy? Or look down on me for taking one instead of the other?