Health Sciences

  • Health Science Technology Education is a Career and Technical Education (CTE) program with an emphasis on career exploration opportunities for students to develop their interests and skills in the health care field. Health science education prepares students for a robust and versatile career in the large interdisciplinary health care field. Those who study health sciences may work in hospitals, schools, government agencies, public health, or for non-profit groups. Career choices are virtually limitless in the dynamic and critical health care industry.

    Did you know: according to Minnesota Department of Economic and Employment Data…

    • The health care and social assistance sector employs more than 430,700 workers in Minnesota and has recently added more than 105,000 jobs.
    • Four of the 10 largest employers in the state are in health-care delivery.
    • Minnesota projected employment growth of +15% in the health care sector by 2024.
    • Median wage for health care workers in Minnesota is $1.10per/hour more than the national average.