Biology explores the structure, function and evolution of diverse living systems. It addresses some of the most important issues of our time—genetic engineering, stem cell research, obesity, cancer and effects of global warming. Majoring in Biology prepares students to pursue a career in research, teaching or the allied health sciences. It is also relevant to careers as diverse as environmental policy, law, public health, creative writing and textbook development.
LCCC Biology Students in the News
Biology students from Professor Harry Kestler’s and Associate Professor Kathy Durham’s microbiology courses at Lorain County Community College made their mark at the Ohio Branch of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM) meeting at Ohio University in Athens, Ohio. Read about this event and our students.
Certificates or Programs: Biology major
University Partnership Programs
Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathway
The Ohio Guaranteed Transfer Pathways (OGTPs) are designed to provide a clearer path to degree completion for students pursuing associate degrees who plan to transfer to an Ohio public university to complete their bachelor’s degree. Students still must meet all university program admission requirements.
Dr. Janis Thompson
Professor of Biology