Biomedical Sciences and Technology program at Homestead High School

Biomedical Sciences and Technology program at Homestead High School

Principles of Biomedical Science is a full-year high school course in the PLTW Biomedical Science program. This course serves to provide foundational knowledge and skills in fields such as biology, anatomy and physiology, genetics, microbiology, and epidemiology, as well as engage students in how they can apply this content to real world situations, cases, and problems such as solving a medical mystery case, diagnosing and treating a patient, or responding to a medical outbreak.

Outcomes of Biomedical Sciences and Technology program at Homestead High School: Engagement. Experience.
Apply learning through practical experiences that develop knowledge and skills necessary for success in  careers and postsecondary transition. Train for employment and/or postsecondary education in a specific range of occupations. Internships and  apprenticeships are the most common examples of this level.

Location
: Homestead High School. (Allen County)
Type of Program: High School Course(s).
Eligibility: Students enrolled at Homestead High School
Grade Level: 9, 10, 11, 12
Age Requirement: Unspecified
Work Experience Earned: N/A
Compensation: Unpaid
Certifications: N/A
College Credit: IUPUI
Duration: Unspecified
Cost: N/A. 

Additional information
: https://homestead.sacs.k12.in.us/guidance/course_descriptions