I can register for my fall classes on Friday and was either going to take A&P or Micro. I'm taking general biology over the summer. Do I need A&P for Micro? Do I need Micro for A&P? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
I did my prerequisites in this order: microbiology, physiology, then anatomy.
But only because that's what was available at the time, that would fit my schedule.
If I had a choice, I probably would have done the "A & P" before the micro. But only because that seems to be what most people do. However, I had 0 problems in the order that I completed it. In fact, I got all A's. And in microbiology I learned my cellular biology so well, that by the time I got to physiology class everything at the cellular level felt like it was review. And I felt like I was ahead.
But I think that the particular "order" you take these classes in probably depends on how your school structures the material. At my school it didn't matter. Ask you advisor or the professors for each class to give you a better idea.
On a side note, microbiology was the most fun ever. My favorite class!
Last edit by lauraline on Mar 26, '13