Biomedical Sciences

Students in Biomedical Sciences

Course Description

CEC Biomedical Science is a unique, 4-semester course program which offers a wide range of knowledge in anatomy and physiology, physiopathology, biomedical engineering, interventions, and technology pertaining to healthcare.  The project-based structure of the pathway is one in which a storyline or medical scenario is followed and studied over the course of each semester. This engaging and challenging course empowers students to think critically and provides them with opportunities to become proficient problem solvers.

Who should take Biomedical Sciences?

Students interested in medical careers pathways:

  • Traditional Medicine
    • Doctor
    • Nurse
    • Lab technician
    • Phlebotomy
    • Pharmacy 
  • Criminal Justice
    • Forensic Pathologist
    • Medical Examiner
  • Laboratory Sciences
    • Forensic Pathologist
    • Microbiology
    • Biochemistry
    • Clinical Laboratory technologist
  • Biomedical Engineering

Course Credits

Credits Per Semester: 1.5 units for 10-12 graders

Currently attending a different school?

Talk to your school counselor about attending CEC part-time for career classes.

Biomedical Sciences Faculty
Name Title Department Email
David Mack Teacher Biomedical Sciences david_mack@dpsk12.org