Why Life Sciences at Lawrence Tech?
A challenging core curriculum in writing, speaking, history, philosophy, science, math, and the arts provides a solid foundation for success in any competitive field.
Small class sizes enhance your learning experience by encouraging interaction with faculty and other students through shared reading, directed discussion, group presentations, and problem-solving teamwork.
The student-to-faculty ratio is 13:1, and most classes enroll 19 or fewer students.
Professors, not graduate assistants, teach all your classes and supervise all your laboratories.
A high percentage of Lawrence Tech graduates go on to earn MBA, PhD, medical, or law degrees from some of the nation’s finest schools.
Called Michigan’s premier private applied research university, Lawrence Tech focuses on theory and practice, which means you’ll gain real-world experience and the savvy and sophistication necessary for leadership in whatever field you choose.
Campus is conveniently located in southeastern Michigan’s technological hub, near many major employers, encouraging networking, internship, and co-op employment opportunities.
If you are interested in the law, medicine, pharmacy, optometry, or dentistry, Lawrence Tech can provide the foundation you need to apply to a professional school.
Lawrence Tech’s Honors Program offers challenging course work; special summer internships; a comprehensive liberal arts core that can equip you for graduate or professional school; assistance in researching and applying to programs for advanced study; and opportunities to develop your leadership skills.
Lawrence Tech offers many opportunities to combine majors to earn dual degrees such as biomedical engineering and mechanical or electrical engineering, chemical biology and biomedical engineering, molecular and cell biology and computer science, and psychology and molecular and cell biology.