Biomedical Technology

Prepare for a career in Biomedical Technology by building general healthcare knowledge and analyzing current trends in healthcare impacted by biomedical research.

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Foundations of Health Science

Develop foundational knowledge in medical history, terminology, and mathematics, while an overview of the domains of healthcare will emphasize in-demand healthcare careers.

Health Science I

Focus on human anatomy, physiology, and human body diseases and disorders while developing skills to recognize and respond to first aid emergencies.

Biomedical Technology

Investigate current trends in healthcare including: forensic medicine, infectious diseases, cell biology and cancer, regenerative medicine, and biomedical research.

Biomedical Technology II

Learn more about genetics, neurobiology, sleep disorder and biological rhythms, bioethics, the evolution of medicine, and use of technology to study cellular and molecular biology.

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First Aid

This training allows participants to recognize and respond to common first aid emergencies.

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry

This training provides students the foundational knowledge of occupational safety and health standard awareness for various careers.


This certificate program allows students to develop the foundational skills to begin a career as a process technician for biotechnology, pharmaceutical, and chemical manufacturing companies.

Expand Your Journey

Found your passion? These courses relate to this career pathway and may align to your career and college goals. Find out which of these may be available at your school and consider adding them to your Course Plan in Xello.

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Browse enhancement courses:

  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Computer Science
  • CTE PreApprenticeship BioWork
  • Pharmacy Technician

Earn College Credit

Get a head start on your college education by taking advantage of dual credit opportunities. There are CTE courses that can articulate to the community college, meaning they will award college credit. Also, the Career & College Promise (CCP) program allows eligible high school students to enroll in community college classes.

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Articulated Credits

  • BIO-163 Basic Anatomy & Physiology
  • MED-122 Medical Terminology II


Careers focused on planning, managing, and providing therapeutic services, diagnostic services, health informatics, support services, and biotechnology research and development.