Hi, I am currently doing a DIY Post bacc and taking several courses to raise my sGPA. One of the courses I'm interested in taking is called "clinical chemistry." While this may not be a course typically offered in postbaccalaureate programs, I was wondering if it would be okay to take it. The course description is as follows:
Learn how clinical chemists identify and quantify a variety of analytes in blood and bodily fluids using analytical techniques. This course explores the basic principles, procedures, physiological basis, instrumentation, and significance of testing performed in clinical chemistry. The emphasis is on basic laboratory techniques to assess analytes including electrolytes, proteins, carbohydrates, hormones, hemoglobin, and serum enzymes, and the correlation of test results with diseases and disorders. Statistical techniques, therapeutic drug monitoring, molecular diagnostics, and reference values are also covered.