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Binghamton University

3/4/2010

State University of New York College at Cortland

Credit Equivalencies – SUNY Binghamton

NOTE:  Please refer to the current Cortland course catalog for information regarding major requirements. 

1XX, 2XX, 3XX or XXX – Cortland does not have an equivalent, but student will receive elective credit.
LAS XXX = Liberal Arts & Science Elective
GEN XXX = General Elective credit

SUNY Binghamton

Credits

Course Title (SUNY Binghamton)

SUNY Cortland Equivalent
Anthropology
ANTH 111  4 Introduction to Anthropology ANT 102
ANTH 118   Intro to Linguistic Structures ANT 251,

COM 211, ENG 201

ANTH 166 4 Intro to Social Anthropology ANT 102 or 1XX
ANTH 244 4 Plagues, Culture and History ANT 2XX
ANTH 480 4 Special Topics (See Dept. Chair) ANT 4XX
ANTH 480D   Developmental Anthropology ANT 315
ARTS
ARTS 141 4 Introduction to Painting ATS 103
Art History
ARTH 101 4 Introduction to Art ATH 120
Astronomy
ASTR 114 &115L 5 The Sun, Stars and Galaxies PHY 150
Biology
BIOL 113 OR 118 4 Introductory Biology: Cell and Molecular BIO 110 OR 201
BIOL 114 OR 117 4 Introductory Biology: Organisms and Populations BIO 111 OR 202
BIOL 251 4 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 301
BIOL 252 4 Human Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 302
BIOL 311 4 Principles of Cell Biology BIO 210
BIOL 314 4 General Microbiology BIO 304/303
BIOL 330 4 Genetics BIO 312
BIOL 355 4 Ecology BIO 412
BL&S 111 3 Legal Environment of Management I MGT 265
Chemistry
CHEM 101 4 Introduction to Chemistry I CHE 121
CHEM 102 4 Introduction to Chemistry II CHE 122
CHEM 107 4 Introductory Chemistry I CHE 221
CHEM 108 4 Introductory Chemistry II CHE 222
CHEM 231 4 Organic Chemistry I CHE 301
CHEM 332 4 Organic Chemistry II CHE 302& 304
CHEM 341 4 Inorganic Chemistry CHE 340
Comparative Literature
COLI 230 4 Mythology ENG 280
COLI 110 4 Intro to World Literature (2 course sequence) ENG 200 OR 2XX
COLI 111 4 World Literature II  (2 course sequence) ENG 200 OR 2XX
COLI 211B 4 Topics in World Literature: Literature and Psychology ENG 2XX
COLI 331D 4 Special Topic – American History in its Literature ENG 3XX
Creative Writing
CW 250 4 Fundamentals Creative Writing ENG 301
CS 105   Intro to Computing CAP 100
CS 140 4 Intro to Programming MCS 186
Economics
ECON 160 4 Principles of Microeconomics: Competition, Monopoly & Economic Welfare ECO 111
ECON 162 4 Principles of Macroeconomics: Inflation & Unemployment ECO 110
English
ENG 112 4 Studies in Literary Backgrounds and Themes CPN 100 or ENG 200
ENG 112G   Russian Short Story ENG 464
ENG 112R   Children’s Literature ENG 373
ENG 114 4 Studies in Literary Genre CPN 101 OR ENG 2XX
ENG 114E   The Experience of Race & Class PWR 2XX

ENG 114F

  Writing about Film ENG 305
ENG 114M   Harlem Renaissance ENG 2XX
ENG 114M   Modern American Literature ENG 326
ENG 227 4 British Literature I ENG 355
ENG 228 4 British Literature II ENG 356
ENG 230 4 Medeival Literature ENG
ENG 240 4 Renaissance Literature ENG 438
ENG 245 4 Shakespeare ENG 433
ENG 250 4 Restoration & 18th Century Literatuare ENG 442
ENG 260 4 19th Century Literature ENG 455
ENG 270 4 American Literature to 1900 ENG 325
ENG 300Q   Horror Fiction: An Investigation ENG 3XX
ENG 300D   Revisioning America ENG 3XX
ENG 300E   Men & Women – In Love, at War-Words ENG 3XX
ENG 301 4 Computers in English Studies ENG 2XX
ENG 310 4 Intro to Theory/Criticism ENG 3XX
ENG 380S   Topics in Modern Literature: Southern Fiction ENG 3XX
ENG 390 4 African American Lit & Aesth: 1920 – Present ENG 3XX
ENG 391 4 Intro to African Literature ENG 251
ENG 420 4 Topics in Drama ENG 204
ENG 430 4 Topics in Fiction ENG 202
ENG 440 4 Topics in Poetry ENG 203
ENG 450 4 Prision Literature ENG 4XX
Rhetoric, Expository Writing and Journalism
RHET 100 4 Basic Writing I CPN 100
RHET 101 4 Basic Writing II CPN 101
RHET 344 4 Writing and Speaking COM 210
RHET 346 4 Oral Communication Skills COM 210/2XX

Environmental Studies

ENVI 101 4 Envionment & Man/Woman: Ecological Perspective EST 100
ENVI 149 4 Environmental Ethics & Policy PHI 320
ENVI 201 4 Environment & Man/Woman: Physical Aspects EST 2XX
ENVI 312 4 Environmental Law & Policy POL 308
French
FREN 111 4 French I FRE 101
FREN 115 4 French II FRE 102
FREN 211 4 French III FRE 201
FREN 215 4 French IV FRE 202
Geography
GEOG 101 4 Intro to Geography GRY 125
GEOG 103 4 Computer Based Analysis – SP. Topics - Multi-Cultural Geographies of U.S. GRY 1XX
GEOG 120 4 Weather and Climate GLY 371
GEOG 121 4 Physical Geography GRY 110
GEOG 151 4 World Regional Geography GRY 125
GEOG 211 4 Cultural Geography: Society, Environment & Change GRY 120
GEOG 234 4 Urban Geography GRY 250
GEOG 261 & 360 4 Introduction to GIS and Cartography GRY 324
GEOG 337 4 Natural Resource Conservation: Theory, Politics & Practices GRY 470
Geology
GEOL 112 4 Oceanography GLY 397
GEOL 113 4 The Dynamic Earth GLY 171
GEOL 115 4 Global Change: A Geologic Perspective GLY 1XX
GEOL 212 4 Earth Materials GLY 301
GEOL 416 4 Hydrogeology GLY 410

Human Development   

HDEV 103   American Sign Language I ASL 101
HDEV 200 4 Intro to Interdisciplinary Study in Social Sciences  
HDEV 300 4 Social Science Research Methods  
HDEV 309 4 Death & Dying  
HDEV 315 4 Family Systems HUS 470
HDEV 318 4 Images of the Family  
HDEV 326 4 Theories of Human Development  
HDEV 352 4 Gender, Power and Difference  
HDEV 364 4 Women, Race & Representation  
HDEV 401 4 Aging, Society and Social Policy  
HDEV 402 4 Youth and Social Policy  
HDEV 404 4 Complementary Medicine  
HDEV 420 4 Community Mental Health  
HDEV 440 4 Principles of Casework  
HDEV 441 4 Theory and Practice of Counseling  
HDEV 445 4 Community Leadership and Development  
HDEV 457 4 Overview of Crisis Intervention  
HDEV 475 4 Practicum in Human Development  
Health
HPE 332 3 Nutrition HLH 323/232
History
HIST 101 4 Foundations of Western Civilization HIS 110
HIST 102 4 The Making of the Modern World HIS 111
HIST 103 4 Foundations of American Civilization HIS 200
HIST 104 4 Modern American Civilization HIS 201
HIST 130A   Modern World History HIS 1XX
HIST 202 4 The Greek World HIS 342
HIST 208 4 Priv & Protest Early Modern Europe HIS 347
HIST 212 4 Europe, 1900-1955 HIS 348
HIST 234 4 Religions of the World RLS 200
HIST 251 4 Revolutionary America HIS 302
HIST 253 4 Civil War and Reconstruction HIS 304
HIST 257 4 US Working Class HIS 421
HIST 281 4 Jews in the Age of Renaissance JST/HIS 362
HIST 286 4 World Environmental History HIS 3XX
HIST 268 4 Native American Culture and History HIS 314
HIST 345 4 The Holocaust HIS 460
HIST 366 4 The American War in Vietnam HIS 430

Linguistics

LING 118 4 Introduction to Linguistic Structures ENG 201
Math
MATH 107 4 Basic Integrated Mathematics MAT 1XX
MATH 108 4 Algebra and Trigonometry MAT 115
MATH 130 4 Mathematics in Action MAT 105
MATH 147 4 Elementary Statistics MAT 201
MATH 221 4 Calculus I MAT 135
MATH 222 4 Calculus II MAT 236
MATH 304 4 Linear Algebra MAT 272
MATH 314 4 Discrete Mathematics MAT 224
MATH 323 4 Calculus III MAT 237
MATH 330 4 Number Systems/Intro to Higher Math MAT 3XX
Music
MUS 101 4 Introduction to Music MUS 100
MUS 111 4 Music Cultures: Far East, Pacific, Southeast Asia and India MUS 101
MUS 215 4 Theory I MUS 201
Philosophy
PHIL 101 4 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 100
PHIL 121 4 Methods of Reasoning PHI 110
PHIL 140 4 Topics in Ethics PHI 135
PHIL 148 4 Medical Ethics PHI 321
PHIL 180 4 Memory & Philosophy PHI 2XX
PHIL 180R   Enlightenment and Its Critics PHI 2XX
PHIL 201 4 Plato and Aristotle PHI 201
PHIL 202 4 Descartes, Hume & Kant PHI 202
Physics
PHYS 121 4 General Physics I PHY 105
PHYS 122 4 General Physics II PHY 106
PHYS 131 4 General Physics I (Calculus based) PHY 201
PHYS 132 4 General Physics II (Calculus based) PHY 202
Political Science
PLSC 111 4 Introduction to American Politics POL 100
PLSC 117 4 Intro to World Politics POL 101
PLSC 215 4 Environmental Policy POL 242
PLSC 311 4 Politics of Western Europe POL 260
PLSC 324 4 Campaigns & Elections POL 332
PLSC 326 4 American State Politics POL 326
PLSC 331 4 Constitutional Law and Politics POL 304
PLSC 339 4 Criminal Justice CRM 464
Psychology
PSYC 111 4 General Psychology PSY 101
PSYC 112 1 Lab in General Psychology  
PSYC 220 4 Developmental Psychology PSY 333
PSYC 223 4 Behavior Disorders PSY 421
PSYC 228 4 Social Psychology PSY 422
PSYC 239 4 Multicultural Psychology PSY 210
PSYC 243 4 Statistical Analysis and Design PSY 201
PSYC 330 4 Drugs & Behavior PSY 3XX
PSYC 344 4 Research Methods in Psychology PSY 401
PSYC 351 & 352L 4 Experimental Psychology – Perception PSY 412
PSYC 353 & 354L 4 Experimental Psychology – Motivation PSY 311

PSYC 356 & 357L

4

Experimental Psychology – Learning

PSY 312

PSYC 358 & 359L 4 Experimental Psychology – Cognition PSY 313
PSYC 382 4 Personality PSY 322
PSYC 385 4 Psychological Tests PSY 341
Sociology
SOC 111 4 Social Change & Global Perspective SOC 1XX
SOC 112 4 Social Change: Sociological Frameworks SOC 150
SOC 251 4 Deviant Behavior SOC 373
SOC 254 4 Family and Kinship SOC 470
SOC 359 4 Urban Sociology SOC 461
SOC 380 4 Special Topics – See Dept. SOC 2XX
SOC 368 4 Political Sociology SOC 465
Spanish
SPAN 111 4 Elementary Spanish I SPA 101
SPAN 115 4 Elementary Spanish II SPA 102
SPAN 211 4 Intermediate Spanish I SPA 201
SPAN 215 4 Intermediate Spanish II SPA 202
SPAN 250 4 Conversation/Composition/Grammar SPA 306
Theater
THEA 101 4 Intro to Musical Theater THT 261
THEA 102 4 Introduction to Theater THT 100
 
WTSN 111 2 Exploring Engineering I LAS 1XX