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

 

Financial Accounting

MGT 254

ACCT 103

 

Managerial Accounting

MGT 255

 

 

 

 

ANTH 100

 

Intro to Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

ANTH 101

 

Exploration – Human Diversity

ANT 201

ANTH 220

 

Intro Linguistic Analysis

ANT 251

 

 

 

 

ARTS 100

 

2-D Design

ATS 102

ARTS 102

 

Intro to the Visual Arts

ATH 120

ARTS 210

 

Drawing I

ATS 101

ARTS 222

 

Mixed Media Painting

ATS 103

ARTS 230

 

Printmaking I

ATS 107

ARTS 235

 

Photography I

ATS 114

ARTS 250

 

Jewelry & Metals

ATS 2XX

ARTS 260

 

Textile Design & Fabrication I

ATS 2XX

ARTH 170

 

History & Appreciation of Art

ATH 120

ARTH 171

 

History of Western Art: Prehistoric through Gothic

ATH 121

ARTH 172

 

History of Western Art: Renaissance – Contemporary

ATH 122

ARTH 180

 

Arts of Africa,Oceania, Americas & Asia

ATH 223

 

 

 

 

ASTR 100

 

Intro Astronomy

PHY 150

 

 

 

 

BIOL 100

 

Contemporary Biology

BIO 110 or BIO 1XX

BIOL 103 & 104L

 

Human Biology & lab

SCI 1XX

BIOL 117 & 116L

 

General Biology I

BIO 110 or 201

BIOL 119 & Lab

 

General Biology II

BIO 111 or 202

BIOL 210

 

Nutrition

HLH 232/323

BIOL 222 & 223 L

 

Genetics

BIO 312

BIOL 338 & 339 L

 

Animal Behavior

BIO 409

 

 

 

 

ACCT 102

 

Intro to Financial Accounting

MGT 254

ACCT 103

 

Intro to Managerial Accounting

MGT 255

ECON 101

 

Introductory Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECON 102

 

Introductory Macroeconomics

ECO 110

MGMT 100

 

Society and Business

LAS 1XX

MGMT 263

 

Business Law I

MGT 265

MGMT 331

 

Marketing

MGT 253

MGMT 346

 

Human Resource Management

ECO/MGT 385

 

 

 

 

CDSC 142

 

Communicative Disorders: an Overview

SHH 270

 

 

 

 

CHEM 116 & 117L

 

Chemistry I

CHE 121

CHEM 118

 

Chemistry II

CHE 122

CHEM 120 &121L

 

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHEM 122

 

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

CHEM 211 &222L

 

Organic Chemistry I

CHE 301

CHEM 213

 

Organic Chemistry II

CHE 302

CHEM 330 & 331L

 

Inorganic Chemistry I

CHE 340

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMN 102

 

Principles of Communication

COM 210

COMN 103

 

Intro to Interpersonal Communication

COM 300

COMN 105

 

Intro to Journalism

COM 202

COMN 135

 

Intro to Communication Theory

COM 1XX

COMN 160

 

Intro to Mass Communication

COM 200

COMN 204

 

Presentational Speaking in Org

COM 210

COMN 212

 

Theory & Practice of Argument

COM 241

COMN 213

 

Persuasion & Social Influence

COM 441

COMN 251

 

Mass Communication & Society

COM 301

COMN 261

 

Radio & Television Writing

COM 202

COMN 267

 

Television Production

COM 243

COMN 353

 

Advertising as Social Communication

COM 421

COMN 366

 

Mass Media Management

COM 420

 

 

 

 

CSCI 104

 

Problem Solving with Computers

CAP 100

CSCI 119

 

Object-oriented Programming

CAP 205

 

 

 

 

Education

 

 

 

CURR 213

 

The Reading and Writing Processes

LIT 371

CURR 316

 

Teaching Science and Mathematics to Children

EDU 3XX

 

 

 

 

EDUC 215

3

Foundations of Literacy in the Secondary School

LIT 449

 

 

 

 

ENGL 100

 

College Writing I

CPN 100

ENGL 142

 

Literary Forms: Poetry

ENG 203

ENGL 170

 

The Practice of Criticism (Interpretation & Analysis of Literature)

ENG 200

ENGL 200

 

College Writing II

CPN 101

ENGL 201

 

Creative Writing

ENG 301

ENGL 205

 

Business & Professional Writing

PWR 398

ENGL 212

 

British Literature I

ENG 355

ENGL 213

 

British Literature II

ENG 356

ENGL 222

 

Exploring the Renaissance

ENG 2XX

ENGL 254

 

Shakespeare

ENG 433

 

 

 

 

Foreign Languages

 

 

 

101 Elementary I

 

French, Spanish, German

FRE 101, SPA 101, GER 101

102 Elementary II

 

French, Spanish, German

FRE 102, SPA 102, GER 102

201 Intermediate I

 

French, Spanish, German

FRE 201, SPA 201, GER 201

202 Intermediate II

 

French, Spanish, German

FRE 202, SPA 202, GER 202

 

 

 

 

INTD 111

 

American Sign Language I

ASL 101

INTD 112

 

American Sign Language II

ASL 102

 

 

 

 

GSCI 100

 

Our Geologic Environment

GLY 160 OR 171

GSCI 101

 

Geological History of Life

GLY 262 OR 172

 

 

 

 

GEOG 102

 

Human Geography

GRY 125

GEOG 110

 

Physical Geography

GRY 110

GEOG 123

 

The Developing World

GRY 120

HIST 103

 

Intro to non-western History

HIS 2XX

HIST 104

 

The Underground Tradition

HIS 1XX

HIST 105

 

Western Civilization Until 1600

HIS 110

HIST 106

 

Europe Since 1600

HIS 111

HIST 150

 

History of the United States I

HIS 200

HIST 151

 

History of the United States II

HIS 201

HIST 220

 

Interpretations in History

HIS 2XX

HIST 221

 

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

HIS 2XX

HIST 281

 

Traditional East Asian History to 1840

HIS 2XX

HIST 282

 

M/East Asian History since 1600

HIS 386

HIST 349

 

The Holocaust

HIS 460

HIST 360

 

Religion in American History

HIS 3XX

HIST 381

 

Traditional China

HIS 383

HIST 382

 

Modern China

HIS 384

 

 

 

 

HUMN 220

 

Western Humanities I

ENG 220

HUMN 221

 

Western Humanities II

ENG 221

 

 

 

 

INTD 101

 

First Semester Seminar

CLS 101

INTD 105

 

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

CPN 100/ENG 2XX

INTD 203

 

Social Foundations of American Education

LAS 2XX

 

 

 

 

MATH 110

 

College Algebra

MAT 111

MATH 140

 

Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education I

MAT 101

MATH 141

 

Mathematical Concepts for Elementary Education II

MAT 102

MATH 160

 

Elements of Chance

MAT 1XX

MATH 213

 

Applied Calculus

MAT 121

MATH 221

 

Calculus I

MAT 135

MATH 222

 

Calculus II

MAT 236

MATH 223

 

Calculus III

MAT 237

MATH 233

 

Linear Algebra

MAT 272

MATH 237

 

Discrete Mathematics

MAT 224

MATH 242

 

Elements of Probability and Statistics

MAT 201

MATH 326

 

Differential Equations

MAT 430

 

 

 

 

MUSC 100

 

Understanding Music

MUS 100

MUSC 110

 

Basic Musicianship

MUS 111

MUSC 120

 

Intro to Music History

MUS 221 or 222

MUSC 226

 

Music in Western Civilization to 1750

MUS 221

MUSC 227

 

Music in Western Civilization Since 1750

MUS 222 or 223

 

 

 

 

THEA 100

 

Intro to the Theatre

THT 100

THEA 130

 

Intro Technical Theatre - Lecture

THT 2XX

THEA 221

 

Acting I

THT 120

 

 

 

 

PHIL 100

 

Introduction to Philosophy

PHI 100

PHIL 108

 

Critical Thinking

PHI 110

PHIL 111

 

Intro to Logic

PHI 111

PHIL 130

 

Ethics

PHI 135

PHIL 260

 

Phenomenology & Existentialism

PHI 2XX

 

 

 

 

ASTR 100 & 100L

 

Intro to Astronomy

PHY 150

PHYS 111

 

General Physics I

PHY 105

PHYS 112

 

General Physics II

PHY 106

 

 

 

 

PLSC 110

 

American Politics

POL 100

PLSC 140

 

International Politics

POL 250

PLSC 211

 

Political Parties & Interest Groups

POL 330

PLSC 218

 

Politics of Judicial Process

POL 202

PLSC 226

 

Politics of Western Euorpe

POL 260

PLSC 230

 

Political Theory

POL 270

PLSC 246

 

US Foreign Policy

POL 350

PLSC 318

 

Constitutional Law

POL 304

PLSC 324

 

Latin American Politics

POL 264

 

 

 

 

PSYC 100

 

Intro to Psychology

PSY 101

PSYC 202

 

Educational Psychology

PSY 332

PSYC 215

 

Child Development

PSY 231

PSYC 216

 

Adolescent Development

PSY 232

PSYC 321

 

Developmental Psychology

PSY 333

PSYC 360

 

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

 

 

 

 

SOCL 100

 

Intro to Sociology

SOC 1XX

SOCL 102

 

Social Problems & Public Policy

SOC 1XX

SOCL 105

 

Intro to Sociology of the Third World

SOC 1XX

SOCL 209

 

The American Criminal Justice System

POL/CRM 303

SOCL 210

 

Sociology of the Family

SOC 470

SOCL 211

 

Statistics for Social Research

MAT 201

SOCL 225

 

Sociology of Gender

SOC 401

SOCL 241

 

Individual and Society

SOC 360

SOCL 265

 

Classical Sociological Theory

SOC 492

SOCL 290

 

Sociology of Work

SOC 385

THEA 100

 

Intro to Theatre

THT 100

Athletics & Recreation

 

 

Non-Maj/Major

H&PE 302

 

Lifeguard Training

PED 300/295 (1 cr)

H&PE 118

 

Tennis

PED 120/1XX

H&PE 352

 

Responding to Emergencies

HLH 120 or

HLH 1XX (for HLH major)

H&PE 354

 

Philosophy and Principles of Athletics in Education

EXS 2XX