hoth Posted August 22, 2014 Share Posted August 22, 2014 (edited) Graduated from a top-tier undergrad business school with a second major in literature. Good GPA, great GRE score. Now, after 2 years of working as a medical copywriter (I write scientific texts and videos, etc. for oncologists), I realize how much sense science makes, how happy I am thinking about it, and how much potential good I can do with a proper scientific training. I want to get an MS in Bio. How splendid. Except: I don't have the slightest hint at undergrad prerequisites. I took a 3-credit Human Anatomy for non-science majors at a state college, that's it. So, question: does anyone know of a way for me to get into a life sciences masters? I know there are pre-health post-baccs, but I think my career focus is not necessary going to be medicine. And I don't wanna lie to Bryn Mawr, saying that I wanna be a doctor when I really just want to take swamp specimens for a while and then work in science policy for the rest of eternity. Your insights in exchange for my undying gratitude. Edited August 22, 2014 by hoth Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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