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I'm planning to apply to Baylor. On their website, they state:

"   *All science courses MUST be intended for science majors ONLY (NOT nursing, allied health, kinesiology, exercise science, or health science majors). No exceptions. "

What does this means? Nursing is not a science major? How come is not a science major. Business will not be a science major. I have my Bachelor in sports management with a concentration in recreation therapy (college of arts, science, and education).

Can someone explain to me what Baylor means by that? I don't get it.

Thank you

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Hi Pedro, 

This means that Human Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, and Genetics must be taken from the Biology/Zoology department at your College/University (this is most cases). The reason they clarify for science  majors is because sometimes these courses such as human anatomy and physiology may be offered by the Health Sciences department at your school which is for Health Science majors and NOT Science majors, while you should take the human anatomy and physiology courses from your Biology/Zoology department. Hope this clarifies. 

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