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[Canada] Athabasca University BIOL 230 or BIOL 235 for Anatomy/Physiology requirement?

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I'm deciding between Athabasca University's BIOL 230 or BIOL 235 for my Anatomy/Physiology requirements for an MSc program in SLP in Canada. Has anyone taken either of these courses and know which one would be "better" in terms of workload or difficulty? 


When I compared the two courses, this is what it said under "Prerequisites" :


BIOL 230: "No prerequisite courses. However, knowledge of human anatomy is strongly recommended."

BIOL 235: "None. Although this course assumes no prior knowledge of the human body, a basic knowledge of biology and chemistry would be an asset to the student."


(The only Physiology I've done is a Neuroanatomy course.)


Here are the links to the course pages - BIOL 230: https://www.athabascau.ca/syllabi/biol/biol230.php, BIOL 235: https://www.athabascau.ca/syllabi/biol/biol235.php 



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