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I'm currently working for my state as a health policy analyst and will be applying to MPH/JD programs for Fall '11 (concentration: health management and policy).

Are there any classes I should take that would be helpful for my application? My major liability is that I have never taken a lab science at the college level, though I do have a significant quantitative background (I was previously an actuary).

Biology? A&P? Econometrics? Any other suggestions/thoughts are appreciated!
 

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Don't worry about taking classes since you'll be focusing on HPM. Diversity is valued. Focus on the getting into the law school part, that's much more difficult (LSAT!) than getting into the SPHs.