Dean of Science, Dr. Paulos Yohannes :: Georgia Perimeter College
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Welcome to the Home Page for the Science Division at Georgia Perimeter College.


Dr. Paulos Yohannes, Dean

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Felica Chambers Administrative Assistant

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 Dean of Science, Dr. Paulos Yohannes


I would like to welcome you to the Science Division of Georgia Perimeter College. The division offers study programs in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Geology.  In addition, GPC can help prepare you to enter professional programs, including medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, and veterinary medicine, with our basic science courses. Science courses are offered on all campuses, day and evening, weekend and online.   Most laboratory classes are held face-to-face on campus. The division has excellent laboratory facilities equipped with the latest technology. Labs provide hands-on experiences to enhance student learning.

The division has more than 100 well qualified full-time and part-time faculty with excellent academic and teaching credentials. Our classrooms are equipped with the state-of-the art technology.  Many of our faculty performs research in areas that enhance their teaching to better serve the students.  The faculty is available to students on-campus and online to render help and advice.

We have a number of grant-funded programs in the Science Division that help students explore more about science and related careers.  These include STEM, LSAMP and MESA. Please use the links in the side menu to learn more. 

There is a lot more happening in the Science Division at GPC that I can mention here. Explore the website and visit the Division office, located at the Decatur Campus, for more information.

Paulos Yohannes, Ph.D

Dean of Science

Georgia Perimeter College

3251 Panthersville Rd

Decatur, GA 30034

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