Department of natural sciences

In LTU’s Department of Natural Sciences, you’ll have the opportunity to tackle real-world problems in multimillion dollar, state-of-the-art laboratories.  Your challenging courses will provide you a rich and solid background in both the physical and biological sciences. With a wide range of options available, you have the flexibility to tailor your course of study to fit your interests and plans. Extensive hands-on learning experiences, including co-op and internship opportunities, can prepare you to compete with the best to succeed in the career of your dreams.


  • LTU commemorates Professor Emeritus Jerry Crist with lab dedication, tributes


    A chemistry lab on the third floor of the Science Building at Lawrence Technological University has been dedicated to Jerry Crist, who is now a professor emeritus of chemistry after his retirement in December.

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    Jan 27

    LTU researchers gain another powerful tool


    LTU faculty and students in the life sciences and biomedical engineering have gained a powerful new tool for visualizing cell and tissue architectures with the opening of the Confocal Microscopy Laboratory earlier this year. The laboratory on the second floor of the Science Building houses a state-of-the-art Olympus FV1200 biological laser scanning confocal microscope system.

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    Nov 14

  • Ford Day at LTU Meet & Greet Ford Execs

    See New Vehicles & New Automotive TechnologiesMonday, September 23rd12:00pm to 6:00pm in the AtriumFree Barbeque Lunch available from Noon – 1:00

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    Sep 17

    Two Lawrence Tech grads named Woodrow Wilson teaching fellows

    Two newly minted graduates of Lawrence Technological University have won Michigan teaching fellowships from the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation and the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. As teaching fellows, they will receive a $30,000 stipend to complete an intensive master’s degree in education and then teach for at least three years in a high-need school in Michigan.

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    Jul 17