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Ithaca College

1/11/2008

StateUniversityofNew YorkCollegeatCortland

 

Credit Equivalencies –IthacaCollege

 

NOTE:  Please refer to the currentCortlandcourse 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

 

 

IthacaCollege

Credits

Course Title (Ithaca)

SUNYCortlandEquivalent

Cinema & Photography

 

 

 

222-10100

 

Intro to Film Aesthetics & Analysis

CIN 225

222-11000

 

Film Production

CIN 2XX

222-14100

 

Intro to Photography

ATS 112

 

 

 

 

JOURN

 

 

 

227-11100

 

Intro to Journalism

COM 2XX

227-21100

 

News Reporting & Writing I

COM 202

227-38300

 

News Editing

COM 345

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TV-R

 

 

 

221-12100

 

Intro to Mass Media

COM 301

221-19600

 

Mass Media Research Methods

COM 304

221-20200

 

TV Directing

 

221-21300

 

Ethical Issues in Mass Communication

COM 400

221-25000

 

History of US Mass Media

COM 200

221-29700

 

Documentary Research

 

221-31200

 

Government & Media

 

221-32200

 

New Telecommunications Technologies

 

221-33500

 

Electronic Media Criticism

COM 3XX

221-41200

 

Politics & the Media

COM 338

221-46000

 

Senior Seminar: Topics in Media Effects

 

221-49100

 

Video Workshop

 

 

 

 

 

Biology

 

 

 

303-10700

 

Human Genetics

BIO 306

303-11010

 

The History of Life on Earth

BIO 1XX

303-12100

 

Principles of Biology I

BIO 110

303-12200

 

Principles of Biology II

BIO 111

303-15100

 

Environmental Science I

EST 100

303-20300

 

Invertebrate Zoology

BIO 401

303-20500

 

Biology of Aging

BIO 2XX

303-45200

 

Microbiology

BIO 304/303

303-45400

 

Cell Biology

BIO 210

 

 

 

 

CHEM

 

 

 

304-11700

 

Environmental Chemistry I

CHE 125

304-11000

 

Fundamentals of Chemistry

CHE 221

304-12100, 12300

 

Principles of Chemistry

CHE 221*

 

 

* If taken with CHEM 12400 Experimental Chemistry I to fulfill lab requirement

 

304-22100, 304-22200

 

Organic Chemistry

CHE 301

304-34200    

 

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE 340

304-12400

 

Experimental Chemistry I

Labs for CHE 221, 222

304-22500

 

Experimental Chemistry II

CHE 304

304-32400

 

Experimental Chemistry III

CHE 471 and 472

304- 32500

 

Experimental Chemistry IV

CHE 473 and 474

304-32600

 

Experimental Chemistry V

CHE 475 and 442

304-33100    

 

Physical Chemistry

CHE 431

 

 

 

 

Theater Arts

 

 

 

305-10000

 

Theater Production (1 cr)

THT 1XX

305-10200 (2 cr)

 

Stagecraft

THT 1XX

305-13100

 

Acting I

THT 120

305-13200

 

Acting II

THT 220

305-13900

 

Intro to Musical Theater Performance

THT 230

305-16000

 

Intro to Theatre

THT 100

305-15000

 

Intro to Dance

DNC 223

305-15300, 15400

 

Ballet I

DNC 101

305—25300, 25400

 

Ballet II

DNC 201

305-15100-305-15200

 

Jazz Dance I

DNC 102

305-25100

 

Jazz Dance II (2 cr)

DNC 202

 

 

 

 

ECON

 

 

 

306-12100

 

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 110

306-12200

 

Principles of Microeconomics

ECO 111

 

 

 

 

ENG

 

 

 

307-10700

 

Intro to Literature

ENG 200

307-10900

 

Intro to Drama

ENG 204

307-11000

 

Intro to Fiction

ENG 202

307-11200

 

Intro to the Short Story

ENG 202 or 2XX

307-11300

 

Intro to Poetry

ENG 203

307-13100

 

Ancient Literature

ENG 2XX

307-21100

 

Jewish-American Writers

ENG 250

307-21600

 

Contemporary British Fiction

ENG 471

307-21900

 

Shakespeare

ENG 433

307-23200

 

Medieval Literature

ENG 2XX

307-31900

 

Great American Writers before 1890

ENG 325

307-32000

 

Great American Writers after 1890

ENG 326

307-32500

 

Studies in Medieval English Literature

ENG 3XX

307-38200

 

Modern Literature I

ENG 3XX

307-38300

 

Modern Literature II

ENG 3XX

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Modern Languages

 

 

 

308-10100

 

Elementary French I

FRE 101

308-10200

 

Elementary French II

FRE 102

308-20100

 

Intermediate French I

FRE 201

308-20200

 

Intermediate French II

FRE 202

318-10100

 

Elementary Spanish I

SPA 101

318-10200

 

Elementary Spanish II

SPA 102

318-20100

 

Intermediate Spanish I

SPA 201

318-20200

 

Intermediate Spanish II

SPA 202

 

 

 

 

Politics

 

 

 

310-10100

 

U.S.Politics

POL 100

310-12800

 

Intro International Relations

POL 250

310-14100

 

Power: Race, Sex, and Class

POL 1XX

310-30100

 

Legislative Behavior

POL 320

310-34000

 

Selected Topics in Comparative-International Studies

LAS 3XX

 

 

 

 

HIST

 

 

 

311-10100

 

Foundations of Western Civilization

HIS 110

311-10200

 

Modern Western Civilization

HIS 111

311-11100

 

United StatesHistory to 1865

HIS 200

311-11200

 

United StatesHistory since 1865

HIS 201

311-18100

 

World Civilization I

HIS 100

311-18200

 

World Civilization II

HIS 101

311-20300

 

Introductory Geography

GRY 120

311-27000

 

History of American Environmental Thought

HIS 2XX

 

 

 

 

Computer Science

 

 

 

312-11000

 

Computers & Information Technologies

CAP 100

 

 

 

 

MATH

 

 

 

313-10000

 

Mathematics Fundamentals

MAT 1XX

313-10500

 

Mathematics for Decision Making

MAT 2XX

313-10600

 

Mathematics for Decision Making w/ Technology

MAT 1XX

313-10100

 

Intermediate Algebra

MAT 111

313-13100

 

Power Algebra

MAT 1XX

313-10200

 

Precalculus

MAT 115

313-11100

 

Calculus I

MAT 135

313-11200

 

Calculus II

MAT 236

313-21100

 

Calculus III

MAT 237

313-21200

 

Calculus IV

MAT 328

313-24300

 

Statistics

MAT 201

313-26000

 

Linear Algebra I

MAT 272

313-31600

 

Probability/Statistics

MAT 201

 

 

 

 

Philosophy

 

 

 

314-10100

 

Intro to Philosophy

PHI 100

314-32100

 

Symbolic Logic

PHI 111

314-23000

 

Medical Ethics

PHI 321

314-25000

 

Environmental Ethics

PHI 320

 

 

 

 

Physics

 

 

 

315-10100

 

Intro to Physics I

PHY 105

315-10200

 

Physics II

PHY 106

315-11700

 

Principles of Physics I: Mechanics

PHY 201

315-11800

 

Principles of Physics II: Electricity & Magnetism

PHY 202

315-17500

 

Stars, Galaxies & Universe

PHY 1XX

 

 

 

 

SPC

 

 

 

 

319-11000

 

Public Communication

COM 210

319-15000

 

Intro Communication Theory

COM 100

Teacher Education (EDUC)

 

 

 

327-21910

 

Elements of Tutoring (see department)

GEN 2XX

327-10100

 

Literacy Education for the Middle/Secondary Teacher

EDU or GEN 1XX

 

 

 

 

PSYCH

 

 

 

330-10000

 

The Psychology of Adjustment for non-majors

PSY 101

330-10300

 

General Psychology

PSY 101

330-10400

 

Developmental Psychology

PSY 333

330-12100

 

Experimental Psychology

PSY 202

330-21010

 

Educational Psychology

PSY 332

330-24100

 

Psychological Aspects of Family

SOC 470

330-30800

 

Research Methods in Psychology

PSY 401

330-31600

 

Social Psychology

PSY 422

330-32100

 

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

330-33000

 

Cognition

PSY 313

330-34100

 

Family Therapy

PSY 3XX

330-36500

 

Development in Adolescence

PSY 232

330-36600

 

Psychology of Aging

PSY 334

330-40700

 

Personality

PSY 322

 

 

 

 

SOC

 

 

 

331-10100

 

Intro to Sociology

SOC 150

331-10200

 

Contemporary Social Issues

SOC 1XX

331-11600

 

Intro to Multicultural Studies

LAS 1XX

331-20300

 

Juvenile Delinquency

SOC 462

331-20400

 

Sociology of Signs, Symbols, and Collective Beliefs

SOC/LAS 2XX

331-20600

 

Urban Sociology

SOC 461

331-20700

 

Race & Ethnicity

ANT/SOC 352

331-20800

 

Social Change

SOC 160

331-21300

 

Sexual Oppression

SOC 2XX

331-21500

 

Intro to Contemporary Mental Health Issues

SOC 2XX

331-22000/680-22000

 

Sociology of Aging

SOC 425

331-29200

 

The Changing Family

SOC 470

331-30200

 

Sociology of Crime

SOC 463

331-30300

 

Global Race and Ethnic Relations

SOC 230/ANT 230

331-30800

 

Counseling Theory and Dynamics

SOC 3XX

331-31100

 

Sociological Theory

SOC 492

331-31800

 

Political Sociology

SOC 465

331-32200

 

Forms of Punishment

SOC 3XX

331-32300

 

Family Violence

SOC 3XX

331-32400

 

Sociology of Violence

SOC 365

331-32500

 

Race, Class, Gender

SOC 3XX

331-32700

 

Work and the Family

SOC 470 OR 3XX

331-34300

 

Sociology of Gender

SOC 401

331-35300

 

Research Methods I

SOC 493

331-35400

 

Research Methods II

SOC 494

331-36100

 

Social Welfare and Social Work

SOC 3XX

331-42500

 

Seminar: Sociological Feminist Theory

SOC 4XX

331-43000

 

Selected Topics in Clinical Sociology

LAS 4XX

331-43100

 

Selected Topics in Gender Studies

LAS 4XX

 

 

Selected Topics in Criminal & Juvenile Justice Studies

LAS 4XX

 

 

 

 

WMNST 338-10000

 

Intro to Women’s Studies

WST 100

 

 

 

 

Anthropology

 

 

 

339-10400

 

Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

339-10700

 

World Pre-History

ANT 307

339-12900

 

Intro to Global Studies

ANT 1XX

 

 

 

 

Religious Studies

 

 

 

344-10500

 

Intro to World Religions

RLS 200

344-20700

 

Death and Immortality

RLS 2XX

 

 

 

 

ART

 

 

 

376-11000

 

Introduction to Art

ATH 120

376-11700

 

Survey of Western Art I

ATH 121

376-11800

 

Survey of Western Art II

ATH 122

376-13500

 

Visual Culture

ATH 120

376-28100

 

American Art & Architecture

ATH 2XX

376-27000

 

Book Design

ATH 2XX

 

 

 

 

WRTNG

 

 

 

377-10100

 

Intro to College Writing

CPN 100

377-10600

 

Academic Writing I

CPN 100

377-10700

 

Academic Writing II

CPN 101

377-15200

 

Writing Critically in Research

ENG 3XX

377-17500

 

Intro to Creative Writing

ENG 301

377-20100

 

Persuasive Argument

ENG 2XX

377-20500

 

Personal Essay

CPN 101 or ENG 2XX

377-32000

 

Public Essay

CPN 101 or ENG 3XX

 

 

 

 

Non-Music Major (NONMA)

 

 

 

555-13000

 

Music in Society

MUS 1XX

555-25100

 

Music and the Media

MUS 2XX

 

 

 

 

SP PH

 

 

 

620-11010

 

Phonetics

SHH 280

620-14000

 

Small Group Communication

COM 340

620-15000

 

Intro Communication Disorders

SHH 270

620-22900

 

Second Language Acquisition for Education: Nature & Meaning for Educators

SHH 360

SPECH 319-15000

 

Intro Communication Theory

COM 100

319-11500

 

Business & Professional Communication Speaking

COM 210

Health Policy Studies

 

 

 

640-20500

 

Critical Health Issues

HLH 1XX or LAS

 

 

 

 

Physical Ed

 

 

 

660-10300

 

Physical Education, Exercise & Sport: Foundations & Careers

EXS 1XX (2 CR)

 Waive EXS 197

660-15500

 

Motor Skill Development

EXS 2XX

660-17800

 

Fund Movement Concepts Gymnastics

PED 285

660-20300

 

Adapted Physical Education & Sport

PED 356

660-21100

 

Conditioning Techniques

EXS 2XX

660-25500

 

Philosophy & Principles of Coaching

EXS 2XX

 

 

Recreation 

 

RLS 10100

 

Leisure and Society

REC 271

RLS 10300

3

History and Philosophy of Leisure

REC 271

RLS 10400

 1

New Games 

REC 1XX

RLS 10500

 3

Findamentals of Leadership

REC 380

RLS 13900

 

Computer Applications in Recreation

CAP 100

RLS 23800

 

Leisure and Aging

REC 2XX

RLS 33100

3

Supervision of Recreation Personnel

REC 409

 

 

 Health

 

662-10500

 

Healthy Choices (1 cr)

HLH 1XX

662-11300

 

Personal Health

HLH 210

662-12200

 

Emergency Health Care (1 cr)

HLH 430

662-15200

 

Intro to Health Education

HLH 2XX

662-20200

 

Human Nutrition

HLH 323/232

662-21300

 

Wellness for Life

HLH 210

662-22800

 

Human Sexuality

HLH 302

662-22400

2

Emergency Health Care Instructor

HLH 120 or HLH 1XX (for HLH majors)

662-22800

 

Human Sexuality

HLH 302

662-32200

 

Nutrition for the Older Adult

HLH 3XX

662-35000

 

Psychoactive Drugs

HLH 3XX

662-36000

 

Curriculum & Materials in Health Education

EDU 3XX

 

 

 

 

Exercise & Sport Sci (EXSPT & SPTSTD)

 

 

 

663-11000

 

Intro to Sport Management

SPM 275

663-12000

 

Anatomy & Physiology I

BIO 301

663-12100

 

Anatomy & Physiology II

BIO 302

663-12500 & 12600 lab

 

Human Anatomy *(if taken w/ 33400=BIO 301)

SCI 1XX

663-14800

 

Intro to Fitness

EXS 1XX

663-16200

 

Intro to Fitness & Exercise Science

PED 182/1XX

663-20000

 

Clinical Experience Athletic Training I (1 cr)

EXS 2XX

663-20700

 

History of Sport

EXS 420

663-23600

 

Kinesiology – Applied Anatomy

 

663-23700

 

Biomechanics of Human Movement

EXS 387

663-24600

 

Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries

ATR 421

663-24700

 

Prevention & Care of Athletic Injuries III

 

663-25100 (1 cr)

 

Athletic Training Techniques II

 

663-25600

 

Athletic Injury Assessment

 

663-29500 – see 667-295

 

Social Aspects of Sport

EXS 345

663-29600

 

Sport & Exercise Psychology

PSY 346

663-29700

 

Sport: Philosophical Perspectives

 

663-29800 – see 667-298

 

Gender Issues in Sport

EXS 2XX

663-30000

 

Clinical Experience in Athletic Training II

 

663-30100

 

Clinical Experience in Athletic Training III

 

663-30300

 

Legal & Ethical Issues in Sports

 

663-31000

 

Labor Relations in Sport

 

663-33400

 

Physiology I * (it taken w/ 12500 = BIO 302)

BIO/SCI 3XX

663-33500

 

Physiology II

BIO/SCI 3XX

663-33900

 

Neuromuscular Control

EXS 435

663-34000

 

Therapeutic Modalities in Athletic Training

EXS 343

663-34200

 

Therapeutic Exercise in Athletic Training

EXS 342

663-35000

 

Athletic Training Techniques III

 

663-35100

 

Athletic Training Techniques IV

 

663-36000

 

Medical Science I

BIO/SCI 3XX

663-36100

 

Medical Science II

BIO/SCI 3XX

663-39400

 

Sport in Film and Literature

CIN 270

663-39500

 

Seminar in Social Aspects of Sport

 

663-40000

 

Clinical Experience in Athletic Training IV

 

663-40100

 

Clinical Experience in Athletic Training V

 

663-43000

 

Seminar in Athletic Training

 

663-43200

 

Orthopedic Perspectives on the Shoulder and the Knee

EXS 4XX

663-44400

 

Exercise Physiology

EXS 397

 

 

 

 

Gen Instr Prog in Phys Ed (GIPPE)

 

 

 

664-00200

 

Swimming

PED 106/189 (maj)

664-00400

 

Scuba Diving

PED 232/296

664-00800

 

Lifeguarding

PED 300/295

664-01000

 

Water Safety Instructor

PED 301/395

664-03600

 

Badminton

PED 111/1XX

664-10000

 

Dance Exercise I (.5 cr)

DNC 1XX

664-10100

 

Dance Exercise II

DNC 1XX

664-10200

 

Dance Exercise III

DNC 1XX

 

 

 

 

Sport Studies

 

 

 

667-29500

 

Social Aspects of Sport

EXS 345

667-29800

 

Gender Issues in Sport

EXS 2XX

 

 

 

 

Gerontology

 

 

 

680-22000

 

Sociology of Aging

SOC 425

680-10100

 

Intro to Gerontology

SOC 220

680-29010

 

Fieldwork in Gerontology

CPV 400

680-31900

 

Aging Policies and Programs

LAS 3XX

680-33000

 

Research Methods – Gerontology

LAS 3XX

 

 

 

 

MRKT

 

 

 

884-31200

 

Principles of Marketing

MGT 253

 

 

 

 

ACCT

 

 

 

880-22500

 

Financial Accounting

MGT 254

880-22600

 

Management Accounting

MGT 255