Dr. Lisa Antoniacci’s research attempts to identify the molecular mechanisms involved in several processes related to the contents of a cell’s nucleus.
Design Your Education
Science majors must maintain a minimum QPA of 2.33 in major courses and at least a 2.00 in core courses.
University policy states that to receive a degree one must attain a QPA of 2.33 in the major.
Science students whose QPA is less than 2.33 after completing four science major courses (16 credits) may not be permitted to register for upper level science courses until the minimum QPA of 2.33 is attained.
Students who do not receive a satisfactory grade in an upper level major course or who drop a course may repeat one course, one time, space permitting.
All lecture and laboratory course components must be taken concurrently (e.g. BIOL 150 and BIOL 150L must be taken at the same time).
|Major||Major Credits||Core Credits||Electives||Credits To Graduate|
|Pre-PA (B.S. Biology)**
|Medical Laboratory Science
|Secondary Education (Biology)||55+34||34-37||0-3||126|
|Secondary Education Certification||52+34||34-37||3-6||126|
*22 from NYCC=80
**degree awarded to students not accepted into the M.S. PA Program
***30 credits from RPH