Join the fun and come watch over 60 students from Coastline College’s Biological Sciences and Allied Health Department who are headed into the medical fields compete in the fourth Health Science Academic Triathlon in the topics of Anatomy and Physiology, Chemistry, and Microbiology.
Prizes will be awarded to the top 3 teams! These talented health care workers to-be will impress you with their ability to answer the tough science questions. The event will take place in Room 122, this Friday, May 3, 2019 from 12:30 pm to 4 pm at Coastline’s Garden Grove Campus, located at 12901 S. Euclid Street, Garden Grove, 92840.
The Biological Science and Allied Health department program prepares these students for entry into health professional programs or jobs in the medical field. Coursework provides many of the science prerequisites for training in health professions such as nursing, physician assistant, pharmacy, physical therapy, occupational therapy, dental hygiene, radiology technology, dentist, and medical doctor.
“We do this event to recognize the importance of our student population and the Health Science Certificate, which awards our students, many who have undergraduate degrees, who have completed the Anatomy and Physiology, Microbiology and Chemistry courses at Coastline,” said Deborah C. Henry, M.D. Professor, Anatomy and Physiology, Chair, Biological Sciences and Allied Health, Coastline College
About Coastline College:
Coastline College steadfastly focuses on providing access and supporting student success and achievement. Inspired by an innovative and student-centered mindset, Coastline delivers flexible courses and services that cultivate and guide diverse student populations across the globe to complete pathways leading to the attainment of associate degrees, certificates, career readiness, and transfer to four-year colleges/universities. Coastline is a recognized leader in the design, development, and use of innovative technology-based teaching and learning practices, processes, and systems for anytime-anywhere learning to achieve and sustain outstanding student success.