• What do students learn in Health Science?

    Students are provided instruction to develop manipulative skills, thinking skills,  safety, judgment, technical knowledge, and related occupational information.

    Classroom instruction may include:

    Anatomy
    Client care
    Clinical rotation
    CPR
    Disease prevention
    Employment skills
    Ethical responsibilities
    First aid
    Food and Drug Administration
    Functions of organs
    Health careers
    Human diseases
    Inductive/deductive reasoning
    Investigative skills
    Laboratory investigations
    Law
    Safety
    Time management
    Written and oral expression

    Certifications/Licenses available in this program:

    Certified Coding Associate (CCA)
    Certified Medical Assistant (CMA)
    Certified Nurse Aide
    Emergency Care Attendant
    Emergency Medical Dispatcher
    Emergency Medical Technician-Basic
    Licensed Vocational Nurse (LV N)
    OSHA Career Safe
    Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)
    Phlebotomy Technician
    Sterile Processing and Distribution Technician

     

    Students enrolled in the health science program will progress through the following courses:

    Principles of Health Science
    Anatomy and physiology
    Health Science Theory
    Pathophysiology
    Practicum in Health Science- Clinical Rotation
    Project Based Research- Career Cluster Development
    Math for Medical Professionals
    Medical Microbiology
    Practicum in Health Science I
    Practicum in Health Science II
    World Health Research

    *Not all classes are available at RHS