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Health Sciences Pathway

Health Sciences workers promote health and wellness. They may work directly with patients to diagnose and treat injuries and disease, or work behind the scenes in a laboratory or administrative role. Health Sciences is a robust and versatile career area that can lend itself to many different flexible career paths.
 

NATIONAL CAREER CLUSTERS

Career Clusters are groupings of careers that have similar characteristics and employment requirements.

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Includes Careers in:

  • Biotechnology research and development
  • Diagnostic services
  • Health informatics
  • Support services
  • Therapeutic services

See more information on this Career Cluster on the Washington State OSPI website.

RELATED COURSES

CTE Courses

Core Courses

  • Healthcare Career Exploration
  • Healthcare Core Skills
  • Medical Terminology
  • Anatomy & Physiology

 Exercise Science

  • Components of Fitness
  • Science of Exercise
  • IB Sports, Exercise and Health Science SL

Sports Medicine

  • Sports Medicine A: Prevention
  • Sports Medicine B: Recognition
  • Sports Medicine C: Rehabilitation

Emergency Medicine

Behavioral Health 

Science Courses, especially:

  • Biology
  • Biomedical Chemistry
  • Chemistry
  • Genetics
  • Scientific Illustration

*General Education courses are possible courses in this career cluster, however, they do not satisfy the CTE graduation pathway.

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RESOURCES

Program of Study document

Dual College Credits are available for the following courses:

  • IB Sports, Exercise and Health Science SL

The 2021-22 Dual-Credit course list is under construction.

Industry Certification(s) are available in the following courses:

  • Healthcare Core Skills
  • Sports Medicine B

CTE Student Organizations:

Career Exploration
Log in to your Career Cruising account.

Access Career Videos at the U.S. Department of Labor's website

Browse career profiles by Career Cluster at Washington Career Bridge and the U.S. Department of Labor's O*NET site.

The following courses highlight knowledge and skills important for students in all Pathways:

  • Career & College Prep
  • Environmental Science
  • Financial Algebra
  • Health
  • High School Success Seminar
  • JAG-WA
  • Worksite Learning