CTE Program: Biomedical Sciences

  • Biomedical Science

    • Experience hands-on activities in forensics, disease research, prosthetics, and medical disaster drills
    • Use cutting-edge technology to design innovative solutions for today’s most pressing health challenges
    • Design, conduct, and analyze a wide range of scientific experiments to solve medical mysteries
     

    Career Focus

    • Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education
     

    Competitive Advantages

    • Certifications
    • Internships/Scholarships
    • National Competitions
     

    Sequence of Courses

     
    Principles of the Biomedical Sciences H (9-12)
    MRHS
     
    Human Body Systems H (10-12)
    MRHS
    Prerequisite: Principles of the Biomedical Sciences H
     
    Medical Interventions H (11-12)
    MRHS
    Prerequisite: Human Body Systems H
     
    Biomedical Innovation H (12)
    MRHS
    Prerequisite: Medical interventions H
     
    CTE Internship (12)
    BCHS, BGHS, DVHS, MRHS, SOHS
    Prerequisite: Human Body Systems H, Medical Interventions H or Biomedical Innovation H (concurrent or previously completed)
     

Certifications

  • Students have the opportunity to earn industry credentials and dual enrollment college credit through CTE programs.

    OSHA 10


Project Lead The Way

  • Project Lead The Way is a United States non-profit organization that develops hands-on, project-based science, technology, engineering and math curricula for use by elementary, middle, and high schools.

    PLTW


Student Organization

  • HOSA is a national student organization recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Health Science Education (HSE) Division of ACTE. HOSA's two-fold mission is to promote career opportunities in the health care industry and to enhance the delivery of quality health care to all people. For more information, visit HOSA and Arizona HOSA.

    HOSA