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Canisius College

2/15/2008

State University of New York College at Cortland

Credit Equivalencies – Canisius 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

 

Canisius Course Title (Canisius) SUNY Cortland Equivalent
ASL 103 American Sign Language I ASL 101
ASL 104 American Sign Language II ASL 102
     
ATN 121 Physical Anthropology ANT 300
ANT 122 Cultural Anthropology ANT 102
     
BIO 101 & 101L Intro to Cellular/Subcell Biology & Lab BIO 110
BIO 102 & 102L Organismal Biology and Lab BIO 111
BIO 107 & 107L Human Anatomy and Physiology & lab BIO 301
BIO 108 & 108L Human Anatomy and Physiology II & lab BIO 302
BIO 304 & 304L Genetics BIO 312
BIO 307 & 307Lab Microbiology BIO 304
     
CHM 111 & 111L General Chemistry CHE 221
CHM 112 & 112L General Chemistry II & Lab CHE 222
CHM 227-228 Organic Chemistry (10 cr) CHE 301, 302&304
     
CMP 105 Intro to Composition CPN 100
     
Communications    
COM 201 Oral Communication COM 210
COM 202 Communication Theory COM/LAS 2XX
COM 203 Writing for the Public Media COM 203
COM 204 Interpersonal Communication COM 300
COM 205 Mass Communication & Society COM 301
COM 206 Introduction to Research Methods COM 304
     
CSC 110 (CSI 110) Introduction to Computing CAP 100
CSC 111( CSI 111) Introduction to Programming (4 cr) CAP 201, 204, MCS 186
CSC 212 Data Structures (4 cr) CAP 2XX
CSC 281 (CSI 281) Automata and Algorithms CAP 2XX
     
DMA 201 Intro to Digital Media COM 110
DMA 202 Digital Culture COM 335
DMA 205 Digital Graphics COM 2XX
     
ECO 101 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 110
ECO 255 Business Statistics I ECO 221
     
ENG 101 English Seminar I CPN 100
ENG 102 English Seminar II CPN 101 or ENG 200
ENG 245 Drama ENG 204
ENG 255 Poetry ENG 203
ENG 264 Short Fiction ENG 202
ENG 294 Intro to Creative Writing ENG 301
ENG 301 British Literature for Majors I ENG 355
ENG 302 British Literature for Majors II ENG 356
ENG 315 American Literature I ENG 325
ENG 316 American Literature II ENG 326
     
FAM 124 Afro-Centric Music MUS 110
FIN 311 Corporate Finance ECO 352
     
Foreign Language    
FRC 103-104 Elementary French (8 cr) FRE 101, 102
FRC 115-116 Transitional/Intermediate French FRE 201, 202
SPA 103-104 Elementary Spanish SPA 101, 102
SPA 115-116 Transitional/Intermediate Spanish SPA 201, 202
     
HED 120 Princ & Found of Health Ed HLH 1XX
HED 337 Exercise Princ & Applications EXS 3XX
HHP 235 Kinesiology EXS 387
     
HIS 107 History of Modern Europe to 1815 HIS 110
HIS 108 History of Modern Europe since 1815 HIS 111
HIS 123 History of the United States: Colonial to Reconstruction HIS 200
HIS 124 History of the United States: 1877 to Present HIS 201
     
HON 101 Composition and Literature CPN 100
HON 102 Literature and Composition II CPN 101 or ENG 200
     
MAT 105 Finite Mathematics MAT 111
MAT 111 Calculus I MAT 135
MAT 112 Calculus II MAT 236
MAT 141 Inferential Statistics and Computers for Science MAT 201
MAT 211 Calculus III MAT 237
     
MGT 101 Introduction to Management MGT 250
MKT 201 Principles of Marketing MGT 253
     
PED 207 Dance Rec Actv DNC 2XX
PED 241 Teaching Methods PE EDU 355
PED 305 Outdoor Curriculum & Coop Activities PED 2XX
PED 351 Coaching Theory EXS 230
PED 371 Measurement & Evaluation & Lab PED 434
     
PHI 101 Intro to Philosophy PHI 100
PHI 340 Ethics PHI 203
     
PHY 129 Intro to Astronomy PHY 150
     
PSC 101 American Government and Politics I POL 100
     
PSY 101 Intro to Psychology I PSY 101
PSY 203 Developmental Psychology (child) PSY 231
PSY 303 Abnormal Psychology PSY 421
PSY 307 Adolescent Psychology PSY 232
     
SOC 110 Intro to Sociology SOC 150