• MedBio

    This program focuses on various techniques that are used in the medical biotechnology industry to modify living organisms, to create new medicines or processes in the field of medicine. In this program, students learn how to conduct experiments, collect and process data, and interpret and communicate results. Students will use microscopes, centrifuges, pipettes, and electrophoresis equipment while learning critical lab skills, and gaining insight into biotechnology career fields. Students in this program will also complete Project Lead the Way's (PLTW) Medical Interventions (MI) course, where they will investigate how to prevent, diagnose, and treat disease. For information about articulation, please click here.

    For information about high school credit options, please visit our academic credit guide.

  • Program Content

    • Human Structure & Function
    • Diseases & Disorders
    • Medical Terminology
    • Human Anatomy & Physiology
    • Medical Ethics & Legal Responsibilities
    • Health Maintenance Practices
    • Biology, Genetics, Chemistry, & Biochemistry
    • DNA & Genetic Engineering
    • Equipment Sterilization
  • Related Career Fields

    • Medical Lab Technician Scientist
    • Medical Researcher
    • Biochemist
    • Biologist
    • Biomedical Engineer
    • Facilities Technician
    • Chemist
    • Geneticist
    • Microbiologist
    • Process Engineer
  • Certifications

    • CPR