Health Science

Emergency Medical Concepts (EMC)

  • Work alongside industry professionals providing medical assistance in simulated emergency situations
  • Practice Basic Life Support and CPR; Increase comprehension of medical terminology and anatomy
  • Treat traumas by using techniques for back-boarding, splinting, and give immediate care for wounds or ailments
  • Get a head-start by earning college credit, participate in student organizations and travel to competitions
  • Develop marketable skills for immediate employment, and earn healthcare related certifications

Junior completers may return for a senior year of advanced studies Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Advanced Studies

This program is for second year students only.

  • Ride along with an ambulance service, observe in a hospital emergency room, and attend other clinical situations
  • Assess patients, manage airways, use a defibrillator, learn legal and ethical issues, and size up an emergency scene
  • Upon successful completion of the course, be eligible to take the National EMT certification exam
  • Get a head-start by earning college credit recognized at multiple colleges, participate in a student organization
  • Enhance marketable skills desired by employers, and earn/update industry recognized certifications

Forensic Science

  • Solve crimes using the scientific problem solving method, industry technology, and safe operating procedures
  • Investigate and process crime scenes, analyze physical evidence, and perform chemical laboratory experiments
  • Visit related college programs, and participate in community service and a student organization with competitions
  • Get a head-start by earning college credit recognized by multiple colleges and universities
  • Develop marketable skills for immediate employment, and earn industry related certifications

Junior completers may return for a senior year of advanced studies with internship placement.

Forensic Science – Advanced Studies

This program is for second year students only.

  • Examine car accident reconstruction, arson investigation, and bioterrorism defense
  • Expand studies to incorporate biomedical and scientific research, chemistry, toxicology, and advanced pathology
  • Perform DNA analysis and environmental forensics by focusing on advanced laboratory and technology skills
  • Get a head-start by earning college credit, travel to regional, state, and national student competitions
  • Enhance marketable skills for immediate employment or internships, and earn/update industry certifications

Medical Assistant I (MA1)

  • Take patients’ medical history, vital signs, and perform other tasks required in a healthcare office environment
  • Increase comprehension of medical terminology, anatomy, and physiology
  • Visit college related programs, and participate in a student organization, traveling to state and national competitions
  • Get a head-start by earning college credit recognized at multiple colleges and universities
  • Develop marketable skills for immediate employment, and earn certifications in CPR, HIPAA, and OSHA

Junior completers may return for a senior year of advanced studies in Medical Assistant II.

Medical Assistant II (MA2) – Advanced Studies

This program is for second year students only.

  • Work alongside professionals in a clinical experience; administer medications and practice taking blood samples
  • Perform electrocardiograms, practice insurance medical billing, and explore legal and ethical issues
  • Upon successful completion of the class, be eligible to take the Medical Assistant Registry exam
  • Get a head-start by earning college credit recognized by multiple colleges and universities
  • Enhance marketable skills desired by employers, and earn/update industry recognized certifications

*Medical Career Foundations (MCF)

  • Work alongside healthcare professionals at local hospitals for many weeks gaining clinical experience
  • Practice taking vital signs; increase comprehension of medical terminology, anatomy, emergency procedures
  • Visit college programs; participate in a student organization at regional, state, and national competitions
  • Contribute to team building and community service activities; get a head-start by earning college credit
  • Develop marketable skills for immediate employment, and earn several health industry required certifications

Junior completers may return for her/his senior year for Allied Health, CNA, EMT, or Nursing.

*Nursing – Advanced Studies

This program is for second year students only.

  • Work alongside professionals in clinical settings at long term healthcare facilities in Genesee County
  • Prepare for college nursing programs by advanced studies of pharmacology, nutrition, CPR, anatomy, and physiology
  • Upon successful completion, be eligible to take the State of Michigan Certified Nurse Assistant certification exam
  • Get a head-start by earning up to seven college credits at Mott Community College
  • Enhance marketable skills desired by employers, and earn/update industry recognized certifications

*Sports Medicine

  • Evaluate athletic injuries and provide immediate medical attention; perform physical therapy exercises with patients
  • Increase comprehension of the human anatomy, with a focus on joints, muscles, common injuries and rehabilitation
  • Visit related college programs, and participate in a student organization, traveling to state and national competitions
  • Get a head-start by earning college credit recognized by multiple colleges and universities
  • Develop marketable skills for immediate employment, and earn industry recognized certifications

Junior completers may return for a senior year of advanced studies.
Contact your high school counselor to apply!

*Indicates a program that is included in the Genesee County Career and Technical Education Early Middle College.