After looking over my transcripts in preparation for applying to graduate, I've realized I've backed myself up against the wall a bit in terms of classes I need to take and 'should' take before I graduate. It's looking right now that I won't be able to fit in our school's standard-issue Genetics for science majors, which wouldn't really bug me that much except for the fact that a class in the subject is now required or suggested by many schools, including my state institution. Luckily, I just happen to be taking two course that heavily involve genetics this quarter; Recombinant DNA techniques and Gene Action. In the course description for one of the classes, the professor suggests we not take the standard genetics class concurrently with his own due to the fact that there is so much overlap between the two. Is there any chance my course selection might be able to fulfill the genetics requirement that schools are starting to impose?