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  1. Ok....so there are a TON of threads about online courses. I was hoping we could make this thread a sticky and it could become a one stop source for those looking for certain online courses. I think to make it easy for everyone, if we could just stick with the main pre-req courses like medical terminology, bio chemistry, organic chemistry, pathophysiology, genetics ect. it would be great. Also if anyone knows where to find recommended courses online like histology, virology, endocrinology, immunology ect. that would be great too. It’s also important to note that ANYONE seeking to take online versions of their pre-req courses should first contact the programs that they are interested in as some might not accept this type of credit. They should also be aware that a lb component may be needed and might not be offered online. Now that I have said that, I have run into A LOT of these courses online. The first place I would like to post is Chemeketa. They offer bio, a&p, micor, chem., organic I and an organi/biochem intro course online. I thought they were cool because if you register as a completely online student you pay instate tuition. http://online.chemeketa.edu/ Indian River State College offers chem. I and II and bio I and II online no lab and I think some of the other pre-reqs www.ircc.edu Brevard CC offers a intro to organic online and I think a&p and micro online www.brevardcc.edu St Petersburg College offers micro and a&p I and II online www.spcollege.edu University of Florida has a grad level biochem http://hort.ifas.ufl.edu/teach/guyweb/bch5045/index.html And they have a undergrad biochem http://www.distancelearning.ufl.edu/Courses.aspx?q=chemistry&cs=5&ct=7&dm=255&dtb=&dte= Empire State has a genetics course and a Spanish for health care professionals http://www.esc.edu/admin/esc/cdl/cdlcat.nsf/4term?openview&count=1000 St Josephs has virology, genetics, immunology and cell biology and just in the psring....could have more http://www.sjc.edu/content.cfm/pageid/5503 Kansas State University has genetics and biochemistry...didnt search for others https://eis.dce.ksu.edu/CreditReg/CourseSearch/ University of south Florida has general chem. I no lab and intro to biochem online www.usf.edu Oregon State University has bio chem., chem., organic, genetics and some other courses http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu/soc/ecatalog/esubjects.htm?termcode=all Eastern Oregon university has human bio and organic chem. http://www.ous.edu/webster/schedules.html The University of Oklahoma has organic and general chem. http://isd.ou.edu/collegecourses.cfm BYU has a genetics course http://ce.byu.edu/is/site/ Fullerton College has a genetics course http://www.fullcoll.edu/classschedule/search/index.cfm UC Berkeley has a biochem and I think other courses http://explore.berkeley.edu/UCExt/co...ction=Internet Palo Alto College http://www.accd.edu/pac/htm/Current/academics/schedule.htm
  2. Hey all! I've been going through my list of schools I wish to apply to, however some of the programs I'm interested in require that none of your classes are taken online. Does anyone know if programs ever make exceptions? Is it worth applying anyway? I work full-time as a medical scribe in a cardiology office, so my work hours conflict with class hours.
  3. Hello All, I took both Organic Chem courses over 20 years ago so they are too old. Anyone take Organic or Biochem online and have good success? Thanks Anthony
  4. Looking into getting my masters. Wondering what people thought of some of their programs? want all online, inexpensive,reputable, with as few as hoops as possible. Please share your experience.
  5. Hi everyone, This is my first time applying to PA school, straight out of undergrad (I'm 22). I have been rejected by 3/5 schools so far, and although I want to remain optimistic about the other 2, I also want to be realistic. I'm thinking that one of the major reasons I have been rejected is due to my GPA (3.13 cumulative, about 2.75 science). If that is the case, I know I could benefit by retaking some classes (slash taking some more classes such as genetics and biochemistry that would increase my range of possible schools to apply to), but I'm wondering what the reaction would be by adcoms to an online course. I'm working 2 jobs and unless I quit one and rearrange the hours of the other, it's just not possible to add in a class or two. I live in MN and the University of MN offers both an online genetics and an online biochemistry course. Would this be a feasible means to obtain those pre-reqs and possibly boost my GPA? Any advice would be appreciated! Thank you so much! -Laura
  6. greyoctober

    AP Score?

    Once my CASPA was verified, it listed an AP score under Status: GPA - what is this?
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