Has anyone here taken, or is taking, Biomedical Ethics (generally a philosophy class) during their pre-reqs? What is/was your overall impression of the class, and what sort of things were covered?
Biomedical Ethics is one option for my last remaining humanities class in the spring. Right now I have US History I scheduled. The teacher I have scheduled for history is known for being very easy and has great ratings, though for Biomedical Ethics the teacher also has great ratings, but within the reviews on RMP, I'm seeing a lot of "lots of research papers written..." type of responses.
I have no interest in US History in general, but do have an interest in the topics that would likely be discussed in Biomedical Ethics. However, it falls under an elective and my load next semester is already very full (more sciences and math and another semester of psych, oh my!), so I don't want to pick out an elective that will end up being the most difficult class in my schedule.