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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 Course Title - SUNY Buffalo State SUNY Cortland Equivalent
Anthropology
ANT 100 Human Origins ANT 1XX
ANT 144 Folklore and Life ANT 1XX
ANT 402 Cultural Anthropology ANT 102
Biology
BIO 100 Principles of Biology BIO 110
BIO 101 Human Biology BIO 1XX
BIO 104 Environ Biology SCI 1XX
     
BUS 116 Intro to Business MGT 250 or 2XX
BUS 325 Human Resource Management ECO/MGT 385
BUS 430 Strategic Management MGT 454
     
BSC 101 Foundations of Inquiry LAS 1XX
     
COM 100 Media Literacy COM 301
COM 103 Intro Human Communication COM 100
COM 210 Intro Media Writing COM 203
COM 215 Intro Visual Communication COM 2XX
COM 302W Interviewing COM 311
COM 306 Public Speaking COM 210
COM 321W Rhetorical Criticism COM 3XX
COM 400 Communication Law COM 400
Chemistry
CHE 100 Chemistry and Society CHE 1XX
CHE 101 – 102 General Chemistry CHE 121, 122
CHE 105-106 Chemistry: Principles and Applications CHE 221, 222
     
Criminal Justice
CRJ 101 Intro to Criminal Justice POL/CRM 303
CRJ 201 Criminal Law and Procedures CRM 377
CRJ 202 The Police Process CRM/SOC 333
CRJ 204 The Corrections Process CRM 2XX
CRJ 302 CRJ & the Community CRM 3XX
CRJ 306 Probation/Parole/Correction LAS 3XX
     
CRS 205 Intro to Creative Studies LAS 2XX
Computer Courses
CSE 101 Computers A General Intro CAP 100
CIS 101 Computer fundamentals CAP 100
     
CWP 101 College Writing I CPN 100
CWP 102 College Writing II CPN 101
     
DES 101 Intro Design 2D I ATS 102
DES 103 Intro Design 3D I ATS 113
Economics
ECO 101 The Economic System ECO 1XX
ECO 103 Economic History of US ECO 1XX
ECO 201 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 110
ECO 202 Principles of Microeconomics ECO 111
ECO 305 Economic Statistics ECO 221
     
Educational Foundations
EDF 202 Child Development and Education PSY 231
EDF 203 School and Society INT 270
EDF 207 Learning in College GEN 2XX
EDF 302 or 303 Educational Psychology PSY 332
Education
EDU 201 Intro to Education INT 270
English
ENG 101 College Writing I CPN 100
ENG 102 College Writing II CPN 101
ENG 110 English Literature I ENG 355
ENG 111 English Literature II ENG 356
ENG 140 American Literature I ENG 325
ENG 141 American Literature II ENG 326
ENG 151 Intro to Poetry ENG 203
ENG 201 Advanced Writing CPN 101 or ENG 2XX
ENG 205 History of Cinema I CIN 101
ENG 211 English Lit 2 ENG 356
ENG 240 African American Literature ENG 251
ENG 260 Children’s Literature ENG 373
ENG 306W Creative Writing: Poetry PWR 213
ENG 353 Native American Literature ENG 256
Exceptional Education
EXE 100 Nature & Needs of Individuals with Special Needs SPE 270
EXE 360 Foundations of Teaching Individuals with Disabilities SPE 270
EXE 361 Field Experience in Foundations of Teaching Individuals w/ Disabilities EDU 3XX
EXE 362 Behavior & Classroom Management EDU 3XX
EXE 363 Field Experience in Behavior Management EDU 3XX
Fine Arts
FAR 101 Drawing I ATS 101
FAR 250 Art History I ATH 121
FAR 251 Art History II ATH 122
FTT 150 Intro Fashion Merch ATS 1XX
FTT 206 Textiles ATS 2XX
     
FR 101 – 102 Elementary French 1, 2 FRE 101, 102
FR 104 Transitional Elementary French FRE 102/1XX
FR 151-152 Intermediate French 1, 2 FRE 201, 202
     
GEG 101 World Natural Environments/ Physical Geography GRY 110
GEG 102 Cultural Environment GRY 120
GEG 206 Geography of NY State GRY 481
GEG 309 Urban Geography GRY 250
GEG 364 Geography of Europe GRY 484
Geosciences
GES 101 & 103 Introductory Geology and lab GLY 261
GES 102 Historical Geology GLY 262
GES 131 Astronomy PHY 150
GES 223 Environmental Earth Science GLY 160
GES 241 Meteorology GLY 371
     
Health and Wellness
HEW 204 Personal Health HLH 110
History
HIS 106 History of American Life I HIS 200
HIS 107 History of American Life II HIS 201
HIS 115 Foundations of Western Civilization HIS 110
HIS 116 Europe Since 1500 HIS 111
HIS 117 20th Century Europe HIS 111 OR HIS 348
HIS 230 World Civilizations to 1600 HIS 100
HIS 367 Modern Britain HIS 441
Health and Physical Education
HPR 207 Techniques and Theories Baseball/Softball (3cr) PED 372/PED 3XX
HPR 208 Techniques and Theories of Swimming (3 cr.) PED 189/PED 1XX
HPR 209 Techniques and Theories of Basketball (3cr) PED 366/PED 3xx
HPR 335 Prevention and Care Athletic Injuries ATR 101 (ATR majors) ATR 421 (non-majors)
     
HUM 100 Intro to Humanities LAS 1XX
Math
MAT 103 Intro to Contemporary Mathematics MAT 105
MAT 110 College Algebra & Trig MAT 111
MAT 115 Survey of Algebra & Trig MAT 115
MAT 121 Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint I MAT 101
MAT 122 Elementary Mathematics from an Advanced Standpoint II MAT 102
MAT 124 Pre-Calculus MAT 115
MAT 161 Calculus I MAT 135
MAT 162 Calculus II MAT 236
MAT 202 Intro to Linear Algebra MAT 272
MAT 263 Calculus III MAT 237
MAT 270 Discrete Mathematics MAT 224
MAT 311 Introductory Probability & Statistics MAT 201
MAT 315 Differential Equations MAT 430
     
MUS 206 Music in the Movies MUS 2XX
MUS 112 Woodwinds MUS 165
MUS 314 Concert Band MUS 3XX
     
NFS 105 Food & People: Interaction & Issues HLH 1XX
Philosophy
PHI 101 Intro to Philosophy PHI 100
PHI 339 Friendship PHI 3XX
PHI 317 History of Philosophy PHI 3XX
PHY 100 Physics for Non-Science Major PHY 100
Physical Education
ATH 143 Beginning Racquetball PED 1XX/163 MAJ
Political Science
PSC 101 Intro to Government & Politics POL 101
PSC 102 Intro to American Government POL 100
PSC 203 Political Analysis POL 112
PSC 218 African American Political Culture POL 2XX
PSC 220 Dev. American Constitutional Law POL 304
PSC 240 European Political Systems POL 260
PSC 315 State/Local Government POL 326
PSC 325 Politics of Welfare POL 3XX
PSC 326 Politics & Media POL 338
PSC 333 African International Relations POL 3XX
PSC 340 Politics of  Developing Countries POL 362
PSC 355 American Political Thought POL 372
PSC 389 Special Topics POL 3XX – bring syllabus to dept. for individual course review
Psychology
PSY 101 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 Child Development PSY 231
PSY 357 Adolescent &Young Adult Development PSY 232
PSY 376 Health Psychology PSY 435
PSY 411 Abnormal Psychology PSY 421
PSY 450 Research Methods of Psychology I: Intro to Research Methods PSY 202
Safety Studies
SAF 305 Fundamentals of Safety HLH 121/1XX
     
SCI 100 Contemporary Science SCI 320
SCI 231 Pollution, the Environment and Society EST 100
     
SLP 220 Intro to Communication Disorders SHH 270
     
Sociology
SOC 100 Intro to Sociology SOC 150
SOC 240 Social Problems SOC 2XX
SOC 320 Sociology of Family SOC 470
SOC 323 Sociology of Education SOC 487
SOC 370 Sociology of Deviant Behavior SOC 373
SOC 380 Sociology of Crime SOC 3XX
SOC 390 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 462
SOC 420 Sociology of Religion SOC 475
     
SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I SPA 101
SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II SPA 102
SPA 201, 202 Intermediate Spanish I, II SPA 201, 202
     
SPC 205 Intro Oral Communication COM 210
SWA 101 Elementary Swahili FLR 101 or LAS 1XX
     
THA 106 Intro Theatre THT 100
THA 317 History of Theater: Ancient THT 161
THA 318 History of Theater: Renaissance to Modern THT162
     
UGC 111 World Civilization I HIS 100