7/16/12

State University of New York College at Cortland

 Credit Equivalencies – SUNY Geneseo

 

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 Geneseo

Credits

Course Title (SUNY Geneseo)

SUNY Cortland Equivalent

ACCT 102

3

Financial Accounting

MGT 254

ACCT 103

3

Managerial Accounting

MGT 255

 

 

 

 

ANTH 100

3

Intro to Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

ANTH 101

3

Exploration – Human Diversity

ANT 201

ANTH 220

3

Intro Linguistic Analysis

ANT 251

 

 

 

 

ARTS 100

3

2-D Design

ATS 102

ARTS 102

3

Intro to the Visual Arts

ATH 120

ARTS 210

3

Drawing I

ATS 101

ARTS 222

3

Mixed Media Painting

ATS 103

ARTS 230

3

Printmaking I

ATS 107

ARTS 235

3

Photography I

ATS 114

ARTS 250

3

Jewelry & Metals

ATS 2XX

ARTS 260

3

Textile Design & Fabrication I

ATS 2XX

ARTH 170

 

History & Appreciation of Art

ATH 120

ARTH 171

3

History of Western Art: Prehistoric through Gothic

ATH 121

ARTH 172

3

History of Western Art: Renaissance – Contemporary

ATH 122

ARTH 180

3

Arts of Africa,Oceania, Americas & Asia

ATH 223

 

 

 

 

ASTR 100

3

Intro Astronomy

PHY 150

 

 

 

 

BIOL 100

4

Contemporary Biology

BIO 110 or BIO 1XX

BIOL 103 & 104L

4

Human Biology & lab

SCI 1XX

BIOL 117 & 116L

4

General Biology I

BIO 110 or 201

BIOL 119 & Lab

4

General Biology II

BIO 111 or 202

BIOL 210

3

Nutrition

HLH 232/323

BIOL 222 & 223 L

4

Genetics

BIO 312

BIOL 338 & 339 L

4

Animal Behavior

BIO 409

 

 

 

 

ECON 101

3

Introductory Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECON 102

3

Introductory Macroeconomics

ECO 110

MGMT 100

3

Society and Business

LAS 1XX

MGMT 263

3

Business Law I

MGT 265

MGMT 331

3

Marketing

MGT 253

MGMT 346

3

Human Resource Management

ECO/MGT 385

 

 

 

 

CDSC 142

3

Communicative Disorders: an Overview

SHH 270

 

 

 

 

CHEM 116 & 117L

4

Chemistry I

CHE 121

CHEM 118

3

Chemistry II

CHE 122

CHEM 120 &121L

4

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHEM 122

3

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

CHEM 211 &222L

3

Organic Chemistry I

CHE 301

CHEM 213

3

Organic Chemistry II

CHE 302

CHEM 330 & 331L

4

Inorganic Chemistry I

CHE 340

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMN 102

3

Principles of Communication

COM 210

COMN 103

3

Intro to Interpersonal Communication

COM 300

COMN 105

3

Intro to Journalism

COM 202

COMN 135

3

Intro to Communication Theory

COM 1XX

COMN 160

3

Intro to Mass Communication

COM 200

COMN 204

3

Presentational Speaking in Org

COM 210

COMN 212

3

Theory & Practice of Argument

COM 241

COMN 213

3

Persuasion & Social Influence

COM 441

COMN 251

3

Mass Communication & Society

COM 301

COMN 261

3

Radio & Television Writing

COM 202

COMN 267

3

Television Production

COM 243

COMN 353

3

Advertising as Social Communication

COM 421

COMN 366

3

Mass Media Management

COM 420

 

 

 

 

CSCI 104

3

Problem Solving with Computers

CAP 100

CSCI 119

3

Object-oriented Programming

CAP 205

 

 

 

 

Education

 

 

 

CURR 213

3

The Reading and Writing Processes

LIT 371

CURR 316

4

Teaching Science and Mathematics to Children

EDU 3XX

 

 

 

 

EDUC 215

3

Foundations of Literacy in the Secondary School

LIT 449

 

 

 

 

ENGL 100

4

College Writing I

CPN 100

ENGL 142

3

Literary Forms: Poetry

ENG 203

ENGL 170

3

The Practice of Criticism (Interpretation & Analysis of Literature)

ENG 200

ENGL 200

3

College Writing II

CPN 101

ENGL 201

3

Creative Writing

ENG 301

ENGL 205

3

Business & Professional Writing

PWR 398

ENGL 212

3

British Literature I

ENG 355

ENGL 213

3

British Literature II

ENG 356

ENGL 222

3

Exploring the Renaissance

ENG 2XX

ENGL 254

3

Shakespeare

ENG 433

 

 

 

 

Foreign Languages

 

 

 

101 Elementary I

3

French, Spanish, German

FRE 101, SPA 101, GER 101

102 Elementary II

3

French, Spanish, German

FRE 102, SPA 102, GER 102

201 Intermediate I

3

French, Spanish, German

FRE 201, SPA 201, GER 201

202 Intermediate II

3

French, Spanish, German

FRE 202, SPA 202, GER 202

 

 

 

 

INTD 111

3

American Sign Language I

ASL 101

INTD 112

3

American Sign Language II

ASL 102

 

 

 

 

GSCI 100

4

Our Geologic Environment

GLY 160 OR 171

GSCI 101

4

Geological History of Life

GLY 262 OR 172

 

 

 

 

GEOG 102

3

Human Geography

GRY 125

GEOG 110

4

Physical Geography

GRY 110

GEOG 123

3

The Developing World

GRY 120

HIST 103

3

Intro to non-western History

HIS 2XX

HIST 104

3

The Underground Tradition

HIS 1XX

HIST 105

3

Western Civilization Until 1600

HIS 110

HIST 106

3

Europe Since 1600

HIS 111

HIST 150

3

History of the United States I

HIS 200

HIST 151

3

History of the United States II

HIS 201

HIST 220

4

Interpretations in History

HIS 2XX

HIST 221

4

Research in History - Women’s Rights – 19th Cent.

HIS 2XX

HIST 281

3

Traditional East Asian History to 1840

HIS 2XX

HIST 282

3

M/East Asian History since 1600

HIS 386

HIST 349

3

The Holocaust

HIS 460

HIST 360

3

Religion in American History

HIS 3XX

HIST 381

3

Traditional China

HIS 383

HIST 382

3

Modern China

HIS 384

 

 

 

 

HUMN 220

4

Western Humanities I

ENG 220

HUMN 221

4

Western Humanities II

ENG 221

 

 

 

 

INTD 101

1

First Semester Seminar

CLS 101

INTD 105

3

Writing Seminar –(subtitles change)  Images of Dev. World, Hero-Child Lit, etc.

CPN 100/ENG 2XX

INTD 203

3

Social Foundations of American Education

LAS 2XX

 

 

 

 

MATH 110

3

College Algebra

MAT 111

MATH 140

3

Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education I

MAT 101

MATH 141

3

Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education II

MAT 102

MATH 160

3

Elements of Chance

MAT 1XX

MATH 213

4

Applied Calculus

MAT 121

MATH 221

4

Calculus I

MAT 135

MATH 222

4

Calculus II

MAT 236

MATH 223

4

Calculus III

MAT 237

MATH 233

3

Linear Algebra

MAT 272

MATH 237

3

Discrete Mathematics

MAT 224

MATH 242

3

Elements of Probability and Statistics

MAT 201

MATH 326

3

Differential Equations

MAT 430

 

 

 

 

MUSC 100

3

Understanding Music

MUS 100

MUSC 110

3

Basic Musicianship

MUS 111

MUSC 120

3

Intro to Music History

MUS 221 or 222

MUSC 226

3

Music in Western Civilization to 1750

MUS 221

MUSC 227

3

Music in Western Civilization Since 1750

MUS 222 or 223

 

 

 

 

THEA 100

3

Intro to the Theatre

THT 100

THEA 130

3

Intro Technical Theatre - Lecture

THT 2XX

THEA 221

3

Acting I

THT 120

 

 

 

 

PHIL 100

3

Introduction to Philosophy

PHI 100

PHIL 108

3

Critical Thinking

PHI 110

PHIL 111

3

Intro to Logic

PHI 111

PHIL 130

3

Ethics

PHI 135

PHIL 260

3

Phenomenology & Existentialism

PHI 2XX

 

 

 

 

ASTR 100 & 100L

 

Intro to Astronomy

PHY 150

PHYS 111

4

General Physics I

PHY 105

PHYS 112

4

General Physics II

PHY 106

 

 

 

 

PLSC 110

3

American Politics

POL 100

PLSC 140

3

International Politics

POL 250

PLSC 211

3

Political Parties & Interest Groups

POL 330

PLSC 218

3

Politics of Judicial Process

POL 202

PLSC 226

3

Politics of Western Euorpe

POL 260

PLSC 230

3

Political Theory

POL 270

PLSC 246

3

US Foreign Policy

POL 350

PLSC 318

3

Constitutional Law

POL 304

PLSC 324

3

Latin American Politics

POL 264

 

 

 

 

PSYC 100

3

Intro to Psychology

PSY 101

PSYC 202

3

Educational Psychology

PSY 332

PSYC 215

3

Child Development

PSY 231

PSYC 216

3

Adolescent Development

PSY 232

PSYC 321

3

Developmental Psychology

PSY 333

PSYC 360

3

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

 

 

 

 

SOCL 100

3

Intro to Sociology

SOC 1XX

SOCL 102

3

Social Problems & Public Policy

SOC 1XX

SOCL 105

3

Intro to Sociology of the Third World

SOC 1XX

SOCL 209

3

The American Criminal Justice System

POL/CRM 303

SOCL 210

3

Sociology of the Family

SOC 470

SOCL 211

3

Statistics for Social Research

MAT 201

SOCL 225

3

Sociology of Gender

SOC 401

SOCL 241

3

Individual and Society

SOC 360

SOCL 265

3

Classical Sociological Theory

SOC 492

SOCL 290

3

Sociology of Work

SOC 385

THEA 100

3

Intro to Theatre

THT 100

Athletics & Recreation

 

 

Non-Maj/Major

H&PE 302

1

Lifeguard Training

PED 300/295

H&PE 352

2

Responding to Emergencies

HLH 120 or

HLH 1XX (for HLH major)

H&PE 354

3

Philosophy and Principles of Athletics in Education

EXS 2XX