Biological, Medical, and Environmental Technology (BMET)
In BMET, students learn about two of the most complex systems ever discovered: living organisms and the environments on which they depend. They will be well-prepared for college-level studies in medicine/health, life sciences, bio-engineering, and environmental science.
BMET students learn:
- how biological and environmental systems operate at both the micro and macro level, under both normal and adverse conditions;
- practical skills to expand that knowledge through scientific experiments, as well as skills to manipulate these systems towards a desired outcome;
- moral and ethical tools to determine, at a fundamental level, what humanity should be doing to respect and sustain life and the environment.