Hello. I am having a hard time finding information on this and really need some help. I am a physics major at my school without a medical physics program. I am planning on going to graduate school and pursuing a masters/phd in medical physics. There are a few problems. 1) Most graduate schools require biology knowledge from undergraduate programs. This is fine, the problem is how much? The sites bounce around on how much is preferred, some prefer the 1 year series in bio with the 1 year series in chemistry and that's all. Then there are schools such as University of Penn. who only ask for 1 year of chemistry and preferably 1 Human Anatomy and Physiology Course. My choices are pretty clear cut. I can do the 1 year of chemistry along with my physics degree, 1 year of bio. Or. I can do the 1 year of chemistry along with 1 Human Anatomy & Physiology class and 1 quarter of Biology. Which would be better? If it matters or not my GPA is about a 3.64 in my classes. Time is short and it's very difficult to work in classes so I would greatly appreciate any feedback given. Thank you!