Biological, Medical, and Environmental Technology at Bosco Tech

In Bosco Tech’s Biological, Medical, and Environmental Technology (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.

College Pathways Educational

Engineering: Biomedical, Chemical, Civil, Environmental, Genetic;

Pre-Professional: Medicine, Dentistry, Nursing, Pharmacy, Law, Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy;

Science: Biology, Biochemistry, Bioethics, Biometrics, Biophysics, Chemistry, Computer Integrated Surgery, Earth Science, Geology, Geophysics, Kinesiology, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Public Health, Psychology, Regenerative Medicine, Seismology, Sustainability.


California State Universities, University of California, Cal Tech, Carnegie Mellon, Harvard, Harvey Mudd, Illinois Institute of Technology, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Purdue, Stanford, University of Southern California, Virginia Tech, Rensselaer Polytechnic, and New Mexico Tech.


Don Bosco Technical Institute (Bosco Tech), 1151 San Gabriel Blvd., Rosemead, (626) 940-2000 or visit






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