Lawrence Tech’s undergraduate Natural Sciences programs are intended to produce scientists who:

  • Have sound command of the fundamental concepts in their field
  • Have the experience and training to apply those concepts in industry.
  • Have the ability to teach themselves new skills as needed.
  • Possess the problem-solving and critical judgment skills required of competent citizens in an increasingly technological society.
  • Are able to undertake productive assignments in industry.
  • Are prepared to undertake graduate study in their field or in related disciplines.
  • Are well prepared for admission and success in medicine, dentistry or related fields.
  • Are fully prepared for graduate work in business or law.
  • Understand and adhere to the ethical standards of their discipline and of society as a whole.


Lawrence Tech’s Master’s program in Science Education is intended to produce teachers who:

  • Have sound command of the fundamental concepts they are required to teach,
  • Have the experience and training to apply those concepts in a hands-on, constructivist fashion.
  • Are able to translate their Lawrence Tech experience directly into the classroom.
  • Will become leaders in their own schools and districts in science education.
  • Are able to foster a love and respect for science in their own students and to give those students confidence in their ability to pursue science on their careers.
  • Understand and adhere to the ethical standards of their discipline and of society as a whole.


Lawrence Tech's Master's program in Educational Technology is intended to produce professionals who:

  • Use computer skills to enhance the teaching process in the classroom or place of work.
  • Apply emerging electronic technologies to the creation of educational media
  • Participate intelligently in the decision-making process when educational technology applications are being considered.
  • Train others in the design of electronic documents, web pages, and the use of multimedia.