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Health Science IV

8085-8086 Health Science IV Grade 12 1 credit
Prerequisites: Medical Science I, Human Body Systems or Anatomy and Physiology (see p. 22). This course will provide students with professional learning experience in the five career pathways: Diagnostic, Therapeutic, Support Services, Health Informatics, Bio-Medical. Goals are typically set cooperatively by the student, parents, teachers and employers. This course will include classroom activities, involving research of the various careers in the health profession and one rotation within each of the five pathways for the Health Science Education cluster. The rotational clinical/shadowing professional learning experience for students may occur in a variety of settings. All students may earn C.N.A. certification during the fall semester, which is the CNA course offered through Hutchinson Community College.