• Bioscience

    CDO   IRHS


  • Future Careers

    • Physician
    • Nurse
    • Nurse Practitioner
    • Molecular Biologist
    • Laboratory and Crime Lab Technician
    • Biochemist
    • Biomedical Engineer
    • Nuclear Medicine Physician
    • Microbiologist
    • Bioinformatics Scientist
    • Zoologist
    • Pharmaceutical Salesperson

    Requirements

    Year 1: Bioscience I (weighted grade)*
    Year 2: Bioscience II (weighted grade)*
    Optional
    Year 3: Bioscience III
    Year 4:
    Bioscience Internship

    *Dual Enrollment UA

    Credits

    This pathway is a minimum of 2 years.

  • SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING & MATHEMATICS

    Bioscience

    CTE


  • Summary                  

    Students will be prepared for college-level life science classes and employment in the Allied Health industries such as Lab Technician, Cell Biologist, and Pharmacologist.

    • Learn how the world of bioscience is used in the medical, agricultural, and food industries.
    • Work with scientific instruments that are commonly found in a research laboratory.
    • Research genetic characteristics or expressions, isolate, analyze, and synthesize proteins, enzymes, DNA, and other molecules.
    • Develop skills making common laboratory solutions and research the effects of substances, such as drugs, hormones, bacteria, food plant, and cell cultures on tissues.
    • Explore bioscience careers, history, and applications of recombinant DNA technology.
    • Program will culminate with students conducting independent research projects that will be presented at regional science competitions.

    Industry Certifications           

    • OSHA 10 Healthcare
    • BACE (Biotechnician Assistant Credentialing Exam)

  • Post Secondary Options

Direct Employment Certificate 2 Year Degree 4 Year Degree
Bioscience Technician Microbiology Biotechnology
Bioscience Technologist Bioscience Technology Bioscience
Good Laboratory Skills Certificate Biomanufacturing
Pre-medicine
Pharmaceutical Science
Food Science