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7/16/12

State University of New York College at Cortland

Credit Equivalencies – SUNY Buffalo State College

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 Buffalo College Credits Course Title - SUNY Buffalo State SUNY Cortland Equivalent
Anthropology
ANT 100 3 Human Origins ANT 1XX
ANT 144 3 Folklore and Life ANT 1XX
ANT 402 3 Cultural Anthropology ANT 102
Biology
BIO 100 3 Principles of Biology BIO 110
BIO 101 3 Human Biology BIO 1XX
BIO 104 3 Environ Biology SCI 1XX

Business

BUS 116 3 Intro to Business MGT 250 or 2XX
BUS 325 3 Human Resource Management ECO/MGT 385
BUS 430 3 Strategic Management MGT 454
     
BSC 101 3 Foundations of Inquiry LAS 1XX

Communications  

COM 100 3 Media Literacy COM 301
COM 103 3 Intro Human Communication COM 100
COM 210 3 Intro Media Writing COM 203
COM 215 3 Intro Visual Communication COM 2XX
COM 302W Interviewing COM 311
COM 306 3 Public Speaking COM 210
COM 321 3 Rhetorical Criticism COM 3XX
COM 400 3 Communication Law COM 400
Chemistry
CHE 100 3 Chemistry and Society CHE 1XX
CHE 101 – 102 3 General Chemistry CHE 121, 122
CHE 105-106 Chemistry: Principles and Applications CHE 221, 222
Criminal Justice
CRJ 101 3 Intro to Criminal Justice POL/CRM 303
CRJ 201 3 Criminal Law and Procedures CRM 377
CRJ 202 3 The Police Process CRM/SOC 333
CRJ 204 3 The Corrections Process CRM 2XX
CRJ 302 3 CRJ & the Community CRM 3XX
CRJ 306 3 Probation/Parole/Correction LAS 3XX
     
CRS 205 3 Intro to Creative Studies LAS 2XX
Computer Courses
CSE 101 Computers A General Intro CAP 100
CIS 101 3 Computer fundamentals CAP 100
     
CWP 101 3 College Writing I CPN 100
CWP 102 3 College Writing II CPN 101
     
DES 101 3 Intro Design 2D I ATS 102
DES 103 3 Intro Design 3D I ATS 113
Economics
ECO 101 3 The Economic System ECO 1XX
ECO 103 3 Economic History of US ECO 1XX
ECO 201 3 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 110
ECO 202 3 Principles of Microeconomics ECO 111
ECO 305 3 Economic Statistics ECO 221
Educational Foundations
EDF 202 3 Child Development and Education PSY 231
EDF 203 3 School and Society INT 270
EDF 207 3 Learning in College GEN 2XX
EDF 302 or 303 3 Educational Psychology PSY 332
Education
EDU 201 3 Intro to Education INT 270
English
ENG 101 3 College Writing I CPN 100
ENG 102 3 College Writing II CPN 101
ENG 110 3 English Literature I ENG 355
ENG 111 3 English Literature II ENG 356
ENG 140 3 American Literature I ENG 325
ENG 141 3 American Literature II ENG 326
ENG 151 3 Intro to Poetry ENG 203
ENG 201 3 Advanced Writing CPN 101 or ENG 2XX
ENG 205 3 History of Cinema I CIN 101
ENG 211 3 English Lit 2 ENG 356
ENG 240 3 African American Literature ENG 251
ENG 260 3 Children’s Literature ENG 373
ENG 306 3 Creative Writing: Poetry PWR 213
ENG 353 3 Native American Literature ENG 256
Exceptional Education
EXE 100 3 Nature & Needs of Individuals with Special Needs SPE 270
EXE 360 3 Foundations of Teaching Individuals with Disabilities SPE 270
EXE 361 1 Field Experience in Foundations of Teaching Individuals w/ Disabilities EDU 3XX
EXE 362 3 Behavior & Classroom Management EDU 3XX
EXE 363 1 Field Experience in Behavior Management EDU 3XX
Fine Arts
FAR 101 3 Drawing I ATS 101
FAR 250 3 Art History I ATH 121
FAR 251 3 Art History II ATH 122
FTT 150 3 Intro Fashion Merch ATS 1XX
FTT 206 3 Textiles ATS 2XX

French

FRE 101 – 102 3 Elementary French 1, 2 FRE 101, 102
FRE 104 Transitional Elementary French FRE 102/1XX
FRE 151-152 Intermediate French 1, 2 FRE 201, 202

Geography  

GEG 101 3 World Natural Environments/ Physical Geography GRY 110
GEG 102 3 Cultural Environment GRY 120
GEG 206 3 Geography of NY State GRY 481
GEG 309 3 Urban Geography GRY 250
GEG 364 3 Geography of Europe GRY 484
Geosciences
GES 101 & 103 3 Introductory Geology and lab GLY 261
GES 102 3 Historical Geology GLY 262
GES 131 3 Astronomy PHY 150
GES 223 3 Environmental Earth Science GLY 160
GES 241 3 Meteorology GLY 371
Health and Wellness
HEW 204 3 Personal Health HLH 110
History
HIS 106 3 History of American Life I HIS 200
HIS 107 3 History of American Life II HIS 201
HIS 115 3 Foundations of Western Civilization HIS 110
HIS 116 3 Europe Since 1500 HIS 111
HIS 117 3 20th Century Europe HIS 111 OR HIS 348
HIS 230 3 World Civilizations to 1600 HIS 100
HIS 367 3 Modern Britain HIS 441
Health and Physical Education
HPR 207 3 Techniques and Theories Baseball/Softball PED 372/PED 3XX
HPR 208 3 Techniques and Theories of Swimming PED 189/PED 1XX
HPR 209 3 Techniques and Theories of Basketball PED 366/PED 3xx
HPR 335 3 Prevention and Care Athletic Injuries ATR 101 (ATR majors) ATR 421 (non-majors)
     
HUM 100 3 Intro to Humanities LAS 1XX
Math
MAT 103 3 Intro to Contemporary Mathematics MAT 105
MAT 110 3 College Algebra & Trig MAT 111
MAT 115 Survey of Algebra & Trig MAT 115
MAT 121 3 Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint I MAT 101
MAT 122 3 Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint II MAT 102
MAT 124 3 Pre-Calculus MAT 115
MAT 161 4 Calculus I MAT 135
MAT 162 4 Calculus II MAT 236
MAT 202 3 Intro to Linear Algebra MAT 272
MAT 263 3 Calculus III MAT 237
MAT 270 3 Discrete Mathematics MAT 224
MAT 311 3 Introductory Probability & Statistics MAT 201
MAT 315 3 Differential Equations MAT 430

Music  

MUS 206 3 Music in the Movies MUS 2XX
MUS 112 1 Applied Music MUS 165
MUS 314 1 Concert Band MUS 3XX
     
NFS 105 3 Food & People: Interaction & Issues HLH 1XX
Philosophy
PHI 101 3 Intro to Philosophy PHI 100
PHI 339 3 Friendship PHI 3XX
PHI 317 3 History of Philosophy PHI 3XX
PHY 100 3 Physics for Non-Science Major PHY 100
Physical Education
ATH 143 Beginning Racquetball PED 1XX/163 MAJ
Political Science
PSC 101 3 Intro to Government & Politics POL 101
PSC 102 3 Intro to American Government POL 100
PSC 203 3 Political Analysis POL 112
PSC 218 3 African American Political Culture POL 2XX
PSC 220 3 Dev. American Constitutional Law POL 304
PSC 240 3 European Political Systems POL 260
PSC 315 3 State/Local Government POL 326
PSC 325 3 Politics of Welfare POL 3XX
PSC 326 3 Politics & Media POL 338
PSC 333 3 African International Relations POL 3XX
PSC 340 3 Politics of  Developing Countries POL 362
PSC 355 3 American Political Thought POL 372
PSC 389 3 Special Topics POL 3XX – bring syllabus to dept. for individual course review
Psychology
PSY 101 3 Intro to Psychology PSY 101
PSY 224 Social Psychology PSY 422
PSY 111 Personality: Theory and Research PSY 322
PSY 355 Lifespan Developmental Psychology PSY 333
PSY 356 3 Child Development PSY 231
PSY 357 3 Adolescent &Young Adult Development PSY 232
PSY 376 3 Health Psychology PSY 435
PSY 411 3 Abnormal Psychology PSY 421
PSY 450 3 Research Methods of Psychology I: Intro to Research Methods PSY 202
Safety Studies
SAF 305 3 Fundamentals of Safety HLH 121/1XX
     
SCI 100 3 Contemporary Science SCI 320
SCI 231 3 Pollution, the Environment and Society EST 100
     
SLP 220 3 Intro to Communication Disorders SHH 270
     
Sociology
SOC 100 3 Intro to Sociology SOC 150
SOC 240 3 Social Problems SOC 2XX
SOC 320 3 Sociology of Family SOC 470
SOC 323 3 Sociology of Education SOC 487
SOC 370 3 Sociology of Deviant Behavior SOC 373
SOC 380 3 Sociology of Crime SOC 3XX
SOC 390 3 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 462
SOC 420 3 Sociology of Religion SOC 475

Spanish  

SPA 101 3 Beginning Spanish I SPA 101
SPA 102 3 Beginning Spanish II SPA 102
SPA 201, 202 3 Intermediate Spanish I, II SPA 201, 202
     
SPC 205 3 Intro Oral Communication COM 210
SWA 101 3 Elementary Swahili FLR 101 or LAS 1XX

Theatre  

THA 106 3 Intro Theatre THT 100
THA 317 3 History of Theater: Ancient THT 161
THA 318 3 History of Theater: Renaissance to Modern THT162
     
UGC 111 World Civilization I HIS 100