About the Life Sciences Center
At the cornerstone of the A Legacy of Lives campaign is the new Life Sciences Center – a three-story classroom and laboratory learning facility where Gwinnett's future healthcare providers and professionals will train. The center is essential for training the new healthcare staff that will be needed as our population continues to grow and age.
Opened in August 2011 for fall semester, the new Life Sciences Building serves more than 3,000 students annually. The center provides 78,000 square feet of innovative learning space dedicated to life sciences, healthcare professions, and public safety and service programs.
The centers enables the college to expand its nine existing science and allied health programs and introduce new programs. Gwinnett Tech has now added new degree programs in health information technology (HIT), cardiovascular technology and diagnostic sonography, and a certificate program for patient care assistant. The new building will also inspire additional learning initiatives and innovation as those currently working in a variety of life science fields embrace continuing education opportunities.
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