AP exam is offered in May, college credit possible on test results Introduction to Medical Science: Life Science This course of study will help prepare students interested in entering a two or four year college program in an health or medical related related profession.
All current scientific evidence suggests that the Earth offers a rare, perhaps unique, environment within which humans thrive. The course focus is the understanding important biological relationships, processes and mechanisms, and the application of biological concepts.
Science is concerned with the facts, concepts, and processes at work in the physical and biological worlds. Major course topics include ecology, cell biology, cell biochemistry, the maintenance of homeostasis in animals and plants, human anatomy and physiology, genetics and evolution.
Seniors also attempt to have their work published. Final: exam AP exam is offered in May, college credit possible on test results College credit: 3 CHS credits through SCCC Environmental Studies Relevant environmental issues and their resulting impacts, as well as sustainable energy and agriculture, will be investigated through interdisciplinary research, literature and field based inquiry.
Extensive laboratory experiences are required accompanied by formal written laboratory reports to be submitted by each student.