Health Science

Additional Information

Health science is one of the largest industries in the country, with more than 11 million jobs, including the self-employed. The health science industry includes establishments ranging from small-town private practice physicians who employ only one medical assistant to busy inner city hospitals that provide thousands of diverse jobs. More than half of all non-hospital health service establishments employ fewer than five workers. On the other hand, almost two-thirds of hospital employees were in establishments with more than 1,000 workers.

Wage and employment in the health services industry is projected to increase more than 25 percent through 2010, compared with an average of 16 percent for all industries. Employment growth is expected to account for about 2.8 million new jobs.

Programs of Study

Biotechnology Research

​2Satisfies one lab science credit for graduation.​

Public Health
Diagnostic Services

1Local dual credit and/or dual enrollment opportunities exist for this course.

2Satisfies one lab science credit for graduation.

Health Informatics

1Local dual credit and/or dual enrollment opportunities exist for this course.

Therapeutic Nursing Services

1Local dual credit and/or dual enrollment opportunities exist for this course.

2Satisfies one lab science credit for graduation.

Emergency Services

1Local dual credit and/or dual enrollment opportunities exist for this course.

2Satisfies one lab science credit for graduation.

Therapeutic Clinical Services

2Satisfies one lab science credit for graduation.

Clinical Exercise Physiology

2Satisfies one lab science credit for graduation.

Courses for Elective Credit

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