CTE Program- Health and Bioscience

Bioscience students use multiple modern molecular lab techniques such as micro pipetting, DNA extraction, DNA amplification and visualization of DNA on electrophoresis gels to investigate authentic research questions. Classes may collaborate with a research lab to do authentic research-based projects, acquire skills needed to pursue higher education and to enter industry workforce in careers related to Bioscience. This is a Pima JTED enhanced program and college credit may be available.

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