I was wondering if withdrawing from a class would look bad on a gradate school application. In my case, I intend to apply to programs in genetics or computational biology.
Currently, I am a sophomore enrolled in a full course load of all STEM courses, and do upwards of 20 hours of research of week in a lab. I am planning on dropping my Euclidean and Non-Euclidean geometry class and was wondering if this would reflect poorly on my application. I am neither a math major or minor, so this course has no bearing on my planned majors or minors. This workload has just proven to be too much for me, and I was considering withdrawing from the class so that I could devote more attention to my remaining classes.
For reference, this class is filled primarily with junior and senior math majors, and I am almost sure I am the only non-math major in that class right now.