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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   Introduction to Anthropology ANT 102
ANTH 118   Intro to Linguistic Structures ANT 251,

COM 211, ENG 201

ANTH 166   Intro to Social Anthropology ANT 102 or 1XX
ANTH 244   Plagues, Culture and History ANT 2XX
ANTH 480   Special Topics (See Dept. Chair) ANT 4XX
ANTH 480D   Developmental Anthropology ANT 315
ARTS
ARTS 141   Introduction to Painting ATS 103
Art History
ARTH 101   Introduction to Art ATS 120
Astronomy
ASTR 114 &115L   The Sun, Stars and Galaxies PHY 150
Biology
BIOL 113 OR 118   Introductory Biology: Cell and Molecular BIO 110 OR 201
BIOL 114 OR 117   Introductory Biology: Organisms and Populations BIO 111 OR 202
BIOL 251   Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 301
BIOL 252   Human Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 302
BIOL 311   Principles of Cell Biology BIO 210
BIOL 314   General Microbiology BIO 304/303
BIOL 330   Genetics BIO 312
BIOL 355   Ecology BIO 412
BL&S 111   Legal Environment of Management I MGT 265
Chemistry
CHEM 101   Introduction to Chemistry I CHE 121
CHEM 102   Introduction to Chemistry II CHE 122
CHEM 107   Introductory Chemistry I CHE 221
CHEM 108   Introductory Chemistry II CHE 222
CHEM 231   Organic Chemistry I CHE 301
CHEM 332   Organic Chemistry II CHE 302& 304
CHEM 341   Inorganic Chemistry CHE 340
Comparative Literature
COLI 230   Mythology ENG 280
COLI 110   Intro to World Literature (2 course sequence) ENG 200 OR 2XX
COLI 111   World Literature II  (2 course sequence) ENG 200 OR 2XX
COLI 211B   Topics in World Literature: Literature and Psychology ENG 2XX
COLI 331D   Special Topic – American History in its Literature ENG 3XX
Creative Writing
CW 250   Fundamentals Creative Writing ENG 301
CS 105   Intro to Computing CAP 100
CS 140   Intro to Programming MCS 186
Economics
ECON 160   Principles of Microeconomics: Competition, Monopoly & Economic Welfare ECO 111
ECON 162   Principles of Macroeconomics: Inflation & Unemployment ECO 110
English
ENG 112   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   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   British Literature I ENG 355
ENG 228   British Literature II ENG 356
ENG 230   Medeival Literature ENG
ENG 240   Renaissance Literature ENG 438
ENG 245   Shakespeare ENG 433
ENG 250   Restoration & 18th Century Literatuare ENG 442
ENG 260   19th Century Literature ENG 455
ENG 270   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   Computers in English Studies ENG 2XX
ENG 310   Intro to Theory/Criticism ENG 3XX
ENG 380S   Topics in Modern Literature: Southern Fiction ENG 3XX
ENG 390   African American Lit & Aesth: 1920 – Present ENG 3XX
ENG 391   Intro to African Literature ENG 251
ENG 420   Topics in Drama ENG 204
ENG 430   Topics in Fiction ENG 202
ENG 440   Topics in Poetry ENG 203
ENG 450   Prision Literature ENG 4XX
Rhetoric, Expository Writing and Journalism
RHET 100   Basic Writing I CPN 100
RHET 101   Basic Writing II CPN 101
RHET 344   Writing and Speaking COM 210
RHET 346   Oral Communication Skills COM 210/2XX
ENVI 101   Envionment & Man/Woman: Ecological Perspective EST 100
ENVI 149   Environmental Ethics & Policy PHI 320
ENVI 201   Environment & Man/Woman: Physical Aspects EST 2XX
ENVI 312   Environmental Law & Policy POL 308
French
FREN 111   French I FRE 101
FREN 115   French II FRE 102
FREN 211   French III FRE 201
FREN 215   French IV FRE 202
Geography
GEOG 101   Intro to Geography GRY 125
GEOG 103   Computer Based Analysis – SP. Topics - Multi-Cultural Geographies of U.S. GRY 1XX
GEOG 120   Weather and Climate GLY 371
GEOG 121   Physical Geography GRY 110
GEOG 151   World Regional Geography GRY 125
GEOG 211   Cultural Geography: Society, Environment & Change GRY 120
GEOG 234   Urban Geography GRY 250
GEOG 261 & 360   Introduction to GIS and Cartography GRY 324
GEOG 337   Natural Resource Conservation: Theory, Politics & Practices GRY 470
Geology
GEOL 112   Oceanography GLY 397
GEOL 113   The Dynamic Earth GLY 171
GEOL 115   Global Change: A Geologic Perspective GLY 1XX
GEOL 212   Earth Materials GLY 301
GEOL 416   Hydrogeology GLY 410
       
HDEV 103   American Sign Language I ASL 101
HDEV 200   Intro to Interdisciplinary Study in Social Sciences  
HDEV 300   Social Science Research Methods  
HDEV 309   Death & Dying  
HDEV 315   Family Systems HUS 470
HDEV 318   Images of the Family  
HDEV 326   Theories of Human Development  
HDEV 352   Gender, Power and Difference  
HDEV 364   Women, Race & Representation  
HDEV 401   Aging, Society and Social Policy  
HDEV 402   Youth and Social Policy  
HDEV 404   Complementary Medicine  
HDEV 420   Community Mental Health  
HDEV 440   Principles of Casework  
HDEV 441   Theory and Practice of Counseling  
HDEV 445   Community Leadership and Development  
HDEV 257   Overview of Crisis Intervention  
HDEV 475   Practicum in Human Development  
Health
HPE 332   Nutrition HLH 323/232
History
HIST 101   Foundations of Western Civilization HIS 110
HIST 102   The Making of the Modern World HIS 111
HIST 103   Foundations of American Civilization HIS 200
HIST 104   Modern American Civilization HIS 201
HIST 130A   Modern World History HIS 1XX
HIST 202   The Greek World HIS 342
HIST 208   Priv & Protest Early Modern Europe HIS 347
HIST 212   Europe, 1900-1955 HIS 348
HIST 234   Religions of the World RLS 200
HIST 251   Revolutionary America HIS 302
HIST 253   Civil War and Reconstruction HIS 304
HIST 257   US Working Class HIS 421
HIST 281   Jews in the Age of Renaissance JST/HIS 362
HIST 286   World Environmental History HIS 3XX
HIST 268   Native American Culture and History HIS 314
HIST 345   The Holocaust HIS 460
HIST 366   The American War in Vietnam HIS 430
LING 118   Introduction to Linguistic Structures ENG 201
Math
MATH 107   Basic Integrated Mathematics MAT 1XX
MATH 108   Algebra and Trigonometry MAT 115
MATH 130   Mathematics in Action MAT 105
MATH 147   Elementary Statistics MAT 201
MATH 221   Calculus I MAT 135
MATH 222   Calculus II MAT 236
MATH 304   Linear Algebra MAT 272
MATH 314   Discrete Mathematics MAT 224
MATH 323   Calculus III MAT 237
MATH 330   Number Systems/Intro to Higher Math MAT 3XX
Music
MUS 101   Introduction to Music MUS 100
MUS 111   Music Cultures: Far East, Pacific, Southeast Asia and India MUS 101
MUS 215   Theory I MUS 201
Philosophy
PHIL 101   Introduction to Philosophy PHI 100
PHIL 121   Methods of Reasoning PHI 110
PHIL 140   Topics in Ethics PHI 135
PHIL 148   Medical Ethics PHI 321
PHIL 180   Memory & Philosophy PHI 2XX
PHIL 180R   Enlightenment and Its Critics PHI 2XX
PHIL 201   Plato and Aristotle PHI 201
PHIL 202   Descartes, Hume & Kant PHI 202
Physics
PHYS 121   General Physics I PHY 105
PHYS 122   General Physics II PHY 106
PHYS 131   General Physics I (Calculus based) PHY 201
PHYS 132   General Physics II (Calculus based) PHY 202
Political Science
PLSC 111   Introduction to American Politics POL 100
PLSC 117   Intro to World Politics POL 101
PLSC 215   Environmental Policy POL 242
PLSC 311   Politics of Western Europe POL 260
PLSC 324   Campaigns & Elections POL 332
PLSC 326   American State Politics POL 326
PLSC 331   Constitutional Law and Politics POL 304
PLSC 339   Criminal Justice CRM 464
Psychology
PSYC 111     General Psychology PSY 101
PSYC 112     Lab in General Psychology  
PSYC 220     Developmental Psychology PSY 333
PSYC 223     Behavior Disorders PSY 421
PSYC 228     Social Psychology PSY 422
PSYC 239     Multicultural Psychology PSY 210
PSYC 243   4 Statistical Analysis and Design PSY 201
PSYC 330     Drugs & Behavior PSY 3XX
PSYC 344     Research Methods in Psychology PSY 401
PSYC 351 & 352L     Experimental Psychology – Perception PSY 412
PSYC 353 & 354L     Experimental Psychology – Motivation PSY 311

PSYC 356 & 357L

 

 

Experimental Psychology – Learning

PSY 312

PSYC 358 & 359L     Experimental Psychology – Cognition PSY 313
PSYC 382     Personality PSY 322
PSYC 385   4 Psychological Tests PSY 341
Sociology
SOC 111     Social Change & Global Perspective SOC 1XX
SOC 112     Social Change: Sociological Frameworks SOC 150
SOC 251     Deviant Behavior SOC 373
SOC 254     Family and Kinship SOC 470
SOC 359     Urban Sociology SOC 461
SOC 280     Special Topics – See Dept. SOC 2XX
SOC 368     Political Sociology SOC 465
Spanish
SPAN 111     Elementary Spanish I SPA 101
SPAN 115     Elementary Spanish II SPA 102
SPAN 211     Intermediate Spanish I SPA 201
SPAN 215     Intermediate Spanish II SPA 202
SPAN 250     Conversation/Composition/Grammar SPA 306
Theater
THEA 101     Intro to Musical Theater THT 261
THEA 102     Introduction to Theater THT 100
 
WTSN 111     Exploring Engineering I LAS 1XX