State University of New York at Morrisville

State University of New York College at Cortland

Credit Equivalencies - State University of New York at Morrisville

9/24/2019

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.

 

Morrisville

Credit hoursCourse Title (Morrisville)SUNY Cortland  

 Accounting (ACCT)

ACCT 100 3 Accounting Information and Management Decisions MGT 1XX
ACCT 101 3 Principles of Accounting I MGT 254
ACCT 102 3 Principles of Accounting II MGT 255
ACCT 103 3 Computerized Accounting MGT 1XX
ACCT 105 3 Managerial Accounting MGT 1XX
ACCT 201 3 Intermediate Accounting I MGT 2XX
ACCT 205 3 Cost Accounting MGT 2XX
ACCT 212 3 Federal Income Tax Accounting MGT 2XX

Agricultural Business (AGBS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Agricultural Engineering (AGEN)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Agriculture & Natural Resources (AGNR)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Agronomy (AGRO)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Agricultural Science (AGSC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

American Sign Language (AMSL)

AMSL 101 3 American Sign Language I ASL 101
AMSL 102 3 American Sign Language II ASL 102

Animal Science (ANSC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Anthropology (ANTH)

ANTH 101 3 Intro to Anthropology ANT 102

Architectural Studies & Design (ARCH)

ARCH 101 2 Architectural Graphic Communication ATS 1XX
ARCH 102 2 Intro to Architecture ATS 1XX
ARCH 141 4 Architectural Design I ATS 1XX
ARCH 142 4 Architectural Design II ATS 1XX
ARCH 151 3 Architecture: Prehistory to 1800 ATH 1XX
ARCH 243 4 Architectural Design III ATS 2XX
ARCH 244 4 Architectural Design IV ATS 2XX
ARCH 252 3 Architecture: 1800 to Present ATH 2XX
ARCH 271 3 Architectural Technology I GEN 1XX
ARCH 272 3 Architectural Technology II GEN 1XX

Art (ART)

ART 101 2 Basic Art ATS 1XX
ART 102 2 Advanced Art ATS 1XX
ART 110 3 Introduction to the Visual Arts ATH 120
ART 120 2 Introduction to Drawing ATS 1XX
ART 121 2 Introduction to Painting ATS 1XX
ART 131 3 Introduction to Photography ATS 114 

Astronomy (ASTR)

ASTR 101 3 Solar Astronomy SCI 1XX
ASTR 110 3 Stellar Astronomy (PHY 150 if taken w/ ASTR 101) PHY 150 OR SCI 1XX

Automotive Service Specialist (AUOS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Automotive Technology Ford Asset Program (ASET)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Automotive Technology Traditional Program (AUTO)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Biological Science (BIOL)

BIOL 101 4 Intro to Biology BIO 110
BIOL 102 3 Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants BIO 1XX
BIOL 103 3 Botany: Plant Diversity SCI 1XX
BIOL 105 4 Human Biology w/Lab SCI 1XX
BIOL 107 3 Topics in Contemporary Biology BIO 2XX
BIOL 120 4 General Biology I BIO 110 or BIO 201
BIOL 121 4 General Biology II BIO 111 and BIO 113 or BIO 202
BIOL 135 3 Myology I BIO 2XX
BIOL 136 3 Myology II BIO 2XX
BIOL 137 4 Neurology BIO 2XX
BIOL 150 4 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 301
BIOL 151 4 Human Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 302
BIOL 230 3 Human Genetics BIO 306
BIOL 250 1 Internship in Biology I CPV 400
BIOL 251 1 Internship in Biology II CPV 400
BIOL 252 1 Internship in Biology III CPV 400
BIOL 260 4 Principles of Zoology BIO 202
BIOL 280 3 Herpetology BIO 2XX
BIOL 285 4 General Microbiology BIO 303 or 304
BIOL 300 3 Biology of Normal and Neoplastic Cells  BIO 3XX
BIOL 301 3 Pathophysiology  BIO 3XX
BIOL 302 3 Epidemiology  BIO 3XX
BIOL 405 3 Basic Immunology  BIO 4XX

Business Administration (BSAD)

BSAD 100 3 Business in the 21st Century LAS 1XX
BSAD 102 3 Business Mathematics LAS 1XX
BSAD 104 3 Organizational Behavior COM 320
BSAD 107 3 Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Gaming GEN 1XX
BSAD 108 3 Business Law I MGT 265
BSAD 109 3 Personal Finance ECO 1XX
BSAD 112 3 Marketing MGT 253
BSAD 116 3 Business Organization and Management MGT 250
BSAD 117 3 Intro to Entrepreneurship MGT 275
BSAD 140 3 Business Communications PWR 398
BSAD 203 3 Business Law II MGT 2XX
BSAD 206 3 Promotion Management MGT 2XX
BSAD 208 3 Intro Total Quality Management LAS 2XX
BSAD 209 3 Salesmanship GEN 2XX
BSAD 212 3 Principles of Finance in Management ECO 352
BSAD 215 3 Human Resource Management MGT 385
BSAD 216 3 Current Problems in Human Resource Management MGT 2XX
BSAD 220 3 Investments MGT 2XX
BSAD 221 3 Business Statistics ECO 221
BSAD 224 3 Managing Diversity in the Workplace MGT 2XX
BSAD 225 3 International Business ECO 2XX
BSAD 226 3 International Marketing MGT 2XX
BSAD 291 3 Student Intern Program in Business CPV 400
BSAD 295 3 Business Management and Decision Making MGT 2XX
BSAD 300 3 Management Communications COM 320
BSAD 310 3 Human Resource Management MGT 385
BSAD 320 3 Entrepreneurship MGT 275
BSAD 325 3 Marketing Management MGT 253 or 2XX
BSAD 327 3 Advertising Management MGT 3XX
BSAD 329 3 Consumer Behavior MGT 3XX
BSAD 330 3 Leading and Managing the Family Business MGT 3XX
BSAD 343 3 Intro to Sport Management SPM 275
BSAD 350 3 Principles of Corporate Finance ECO 352
BSAD 354 3 Financial Management and Modeling MGT 3XX
BSAD 375 3 Management Information Systems MGT 3XX
BSAD 380 3 International Business MGT 3XX 
BSAD 400 3 Production & Operations Management MGT 2XX
BSAD 408 3 Responsible Business Ownership MGT 4XX
BSAD 411 3 Leadership in Organizations MGT 4XX
BSAD 415 3 International Human Resources Management MGT 4XX
BSAD 417 3 International Financial Management MGT 4XX 
BSAD 418 3 Sport Law SPM 373
BSAD 419 3 Global Marketing MGT 4XX
BSAD 443 3 Strategic Sports Business SPM 4XX
BSAD 449  3 Management Policy and Issues MGT 4XX
BSAD 470 3 Strategic Management MGT 454

Casino Careers Professional Development (CAS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Chemistry (CHEM)

CHEM 101 & CHEM 101L 4 Basic Chemistry & CHEM 101L Lab CHE 121
CHEM 110 & CHEM 110L 4 Contemporary Chemistry & CHEM 110 Lab CHE 121
CHEM 121 & CHEM 121L 4 General College Chemistry I & CHEM 121 Lab

CHE 227/277

CHEM 122 & CHEM 122L 4 General College Chemistry II  & CHEM 122 Lab

CHE 228/278

CHEM 141 & CHEM 141 L 4 Chemical Principles I & CHEM 141 Lab

CHE 227/277

CHEM 142 & CHEM 142L 4 Chemical Principles II & CHEM 142 Lab CHE 228/278
CHEM 220 & CHEM 220L 4 Intro to Organic Chemistry & CHEM 220 Lab CHE 2XX
CHEM 241 & CHEM 241L 4 Organic Chemistry I & CHEM 241 Lab CHE 301 or CHE 300/303
CHEM 242 & CHEM 242L 4 Organic Chemistry II & CHEM 242 Lab CHE 302/304
CHEM 321 2 Quantitative Analysis, Inorganic CHE 3XX
CHEM 321L 2 Quantitative Analysis, Inorganic Lab CHE 3XX
CHEM 322 2 Chemical Instrumental Analysis CHE 3XX
CHEM 322L 2 Laboratory for Chemical Instrumental Analysis CHE 3XX
CHEM 361 3 Biochemistry CHE 451

Coaching (COAC)

COAC 101 & COAC 102 5 Coaching Effectiveness Training/Theory & Tech Coaching EXS 230
COAC 103 3 Health Related Aspects of Coaching EXS 1XX

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

CAD 181 1 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting CAP 1XX
CAD 183 2 Architectural Computer-Aided Drafting & Design CAP 1XX
CAD 184 2 Computer –Aided Drafting for Mechanical Design CAP 1XX
CAD 186 2 3D Parametric Solid Modeling CAP 1XX
CAD 288 2 Advanced Solid modeling CAP 2XX

Computer Information Systems (CITA)

CITA 101 3 Principles of Computers and Applications CAP 100
CITA 110 3 Intro to Information Technology CAP 1XX
CITA 112 3 Introduction to Game Development CAP 1XX
CITA 120 3 Computer Concepts and Operating Systems CAP 1XX
CITA 140 3 Introduction to Programming MCS 186
CITA 150 3 Data Management Techniques CAP 1XX
CITA 190 3 Intro to Linux/Unix Operating Systems & Administration CAP 1XX
CITA 200 3 Data Communications and Networking GEN 2XX
CITA 210 3 Visual Programming and Development Tools CAP 204
CITA 220 3 Systems Analysis CAP 2XX
CITA 230 3 Network Technology CAP 2XX
CITA 240 3 Web and E-Commerce Development CAP 2XX
CITA 260 3 Photography and Digital Imaging CAP 2XX
CITA 270 3 Fundamentals of Network Security CAP 2XX
CITA 280 3 Tools and Techniques for Application Development CAP 2XX
CITA 300 3 Computer System Support and Maintenance CAP 3XX
CITA 310 3 Web Server Administration CAP 2XX
CITA 312 3 Intermediate Computer Game Design & Application CAP 3XX
CITA 320 3 Network Administration CAP 2XX
CITA 325 3 Network Defense & Counter Measures CAP 2XX
CITA 330 3 Web Publishing CAP 251
CITA 335 3 Enabling Technologies for Electronic Commerce CAP 2XX
CITA 340 3 Database Concepts CAP 350
CITA 350 3 Object-Oriented Systems CAP 404
CITA 360 3 Advanced Software Applications CAP 2XX
CITA 370 3 Network Design Concepts CAP 2XX
CITA 375 3 Internet and Intranet Firewalls CAP 2XX
CITA 380 3 Dynamic Graphics and Animation CAP 2XX
CITA 385 3 User Interface Design CAP 2XX
CITA 395 1 Internship Orientation Seminar CPV 400
CITA 405 3 Project Management MGT 2XX
CITA 410 3 Multimedia Computing COM 2XX
CITA 412 3 Advanced Game Design and Applications CAP 2XX 
CITA 420 3 Large Scale Web Development CAP 2XX
CITA 425 3 Operating System Security CAP 2XX
CITA 430 3 Computer Integration & Interoperability CAP 2XX
CITA 440 3 Designing & Managing Organizational Training CAP 2XX
CITA 450 3 Applied Database Management CAP 350
CITA 460 3 Organizational and End-user Information Systems CAP 2XX
CITA 480 12 Internship in Information Technology CPV 400

Computer Science (COSC)

COSC 111 3 Introduction to Computer Science MCS 186
COSC 111L 1 Intro to Computer Science Lab MCS 1XX
COSC 112 4 Data Structures CAP 216
COSC 201 3 Programming with C CAP 201
COSC 211 3 Computer Graphics Techniques CAP 2XX
COSC 221 3 Assembly Language and Machine Architecture MCS 2XX
COSC 231 3 Advanced Programming Techniques CAP 2XX 
COSC 232 1-3 Software Development Internship CPV 400

Criminal Justice (CJUS)

CJUS 101 3 Intro to Criminal Justice Systems CRM 303
CJUS 201 3 Corrections CRM 464
CJUS 202 3 Policing CRM 333
CJUS 220 3 Criminal Investigation I GEN 2XX
CJUS 221 3 Criminal Investigation II GEN 2XX
CJUS 230 3 Basics of Penal Law  GEN 2XX
CJUS 231 3 Criminal Procedure Law  CRM 377
CJUS 235 3 Juvenile Delinquency  CRM 462
CJUS 301 3 Crime Scene Investigation and Management  GEN 3XX
CJUS 311 3 Interviewing Techniques in Criminal Justice  GEN 3XX
CJUS 315 3 White Collar Crime  CRM 3XX
CJUS 401 3 Emergency Planning and Response  GEN 4XX
CJUS 402 3 Terrorism and Law Enforcement  GEN 4XX
CJUS 412 3 Arson and Bomb Investigations  GEN 4XX
CJUS 414 3 Investigation of Staff Misconduct & Workplace Violence  GEN 4XX
CJUS 449 1 Criminal Justice Internship Preparation  GEN 1XX
CJUS 450 15 Criminal Justice Internship  CPV 400

Dairy - Animal Science (DASC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Diesel Technology (DTEC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Computer Aided Design Technology (DRFT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Early Childhood Education (ECHD)

ECHD 101 3 Introduction to Early Childhood  EDU 270
ECHD 102 3 Social Development and Positive Guidance EDU 1XX
ECHD 103 3 Techniques of Observation and Assessment-Field I ECE 332
ECHD 201 3 Family and Child Health,Safety and Nutrition HLH 265
ECHD 202 3 Language,Literacy and Literature in Early Childhood ENG 373
ECHD 203 3 Infants and Toddlers EDU 334
ECHD 204 3 Children with Special Needs SPE 270
ECHD 205 3 Creative Activities in the Arts EDU 303
ECHD 206 3

Curriculum Methods, Materials and Management

* must complete a field experience, such as ECHD 103, to transfer as EDU 331

EDU 331 * See note
ECHD 212 4 Practicum in Early Childhood-Field Experience II EDU 2XX

Education (EDU)

EDU 101 1 Introduction to Teaching GEN 1XX
EDU 201 3 Foundations of Education INT 270
EDU 202 1 Guided Field Work in Education GEN 2XX

 Economics (ECON)

ECON 100 3 Introduction to Macroeconomics ECO 110 
ECON 140 3 Intro to Microeconomics ECO 111
ECON 300 3 Money, Banking and Financial Markets ECO 431
ECON 370 3 International Economics ECO 3XX

Electrical Engineering Technology (ELEC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Engineering Technology (ENGT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.  

English: Literature, Theater and Communication (ENGL)

ENGL 100 3 Intro to College Writing CPN 100
ENGL 101 3 Composition & Research CPN 101
ENGL 102 3 Writing about Literature ENG 200 or CPN 101
ENGL 112 3 Technical Communications PWR 393
ENGL 121 3 Introduction to Speech COM 210
ENGL 122 3 Small Group Discussion COM 340
ENGL 123 3 Theories of Interpersonal Communication COM 300
ENGL 124 3 Introduction to Theater THT 100
ENGL 125 3 Play Production THT 240
ENGL 130 3 Critical Reading ENG 2XX
ENGL 203 3 American Literature to 1900 ENG 325
ENGL 204 3 American Literature 1900 to Present ENG 326
ENGL 205 3 English Literature to 1800 ENG 355
ENGL 206 3 English Literature 1800 to Present ENG 356
ENGL 207 3 Western World Literature ENG 252
ENGL 208 3 Eastern World Literature ENG 2XX
ENGL 211 3 Black American Writers ENG 251
ENGL 212 1 Editing 1 ENG 2XX
ENGL 213 1 Editing 2 ENG 2XX
ENGL 214 1 Editing 3 ENG 2XX
ENGL 212,213,214 3 Editing 1, 2, 3 (take all three) PWR 395
ENGL 220 3 Writing in the Disciplines PWR 2XX
ENGL 221 3 Literature of Gender ENG 261
ENGL 222 3 Rural Studies ENG 2XX
ENGL 230 3 Science Fiction ENG 210
ENGL 231 3 Advanced Composition and Research CPN 101 or ENG 2XX
ENGL 234 3 Creative Writing: Short Story PWR 212
ENGL 235 3 Creative Writing: Poetry PWR 213
ENGL 238 3 Modern Literature ENG 2XX
ENGL 240 3 The Film Experience ENG 278
ENGL 246 3 Major American Novels ENG 202
ENGL 249 3 Writing About the Environment ENG 2XX
ENGL 250 3 Aspects of Contemp Literature ENG 200
ENGL 275 1 Creative Writing PWR 2XX
ENGL 312 3 Advanced Technical Communications ENG 2XX
ENGL 342 3 Science Fiction ENG 2XX
 

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management (ENTR)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 
 

Environmental Science (ENSC)

ENSC 100 3 Intro to Environmental Science EST 100
ENSC 101 3 Agricultural Science SCI 1XX
ENSC 102 3 Botany: Form & Function of Seed Plants SCI 1XX
ENSC 103 3 Botany, Plant Diversity BIO 201
ENSC 106 2 Pesticide Use and Handling GEN 1XX
ENSC 107 1 Integrated Pest Management GEN 1XX
 

Environmental Technology (ENVT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

 Equine Science and Management (ERID)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

 Equine Racing Management (ESTB)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 
  

Environmental Training (ETC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

 Exploratory Major (XMAJ)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 
 

Food Service Administration (FSAD)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

 General Education (GNED)

 
GNED 100 2 First Year Experience CLS 101
GNED 101 1 Speed Reading GEN 1XX
GNED 102 1 Practical Study Skills GEN 1XX
GNED 103 1 Reading Comprehension GEN 1XX
GNED 104 1 Library Research Methods GEN 1XX
GNED 105 1 Skills for the Adult Returning Student GEN 1XX
GNED 110 1 College and Career Planning Skills CLS 101
GNED 111 3 College Skills for Mature Adults GEN 1XX
GNED 112 1 Communication Skills for Leadership Dev. LAS 1XX
GNED 115 3 Medical Terminology GEN 1XX
GNED 120 3 College Success for Continuing Students GEN 1XX
GNED 203 1 Peer Tutor Training I GEN 1XX
GNED 204 1 Peer Tutor Training II GEN 1XX

 Geography (GEOG)

 
GEOG 101 3 An Intro to World Regional Geography  GRY 125

 History (HIST)

 
HIST 101 3 United States History to 1800 HIS 200
HIST 102 3 United States from 1800 to 1900 HIS 200 or HIS 2XX
HIST 103 3 United States History from 1900 to Present HIS 201
HIST 151 3 World History to 1600 HIS 100
HIST 152 3 World History from 1500 HIS 101
HIST 161 3 European History to 1648 HIS 110
HIST 162 3 European History from 1500 HIS 111
HIST 171 3 Environmental History HIS 1XX
HIST 172 3 Latin American and Caribbean History HIS 1XX
HIST 181 3 History of Technology to 1800 HIS 1XX
HIST 182 3 History of Technology from 1750 HIS 1XX
HIST 220 3 African American History HIS 2XX
HIST 221 3 History of the Vietnam War HIS 2XX 
HIST 225 3 Women in the United States HIS 2XX
HIST 320 3 History of New York State HIS 3XX
HIST 371 3 The World Wars HIS 3XX
HIST 372 3 The Cold War HIS 3XX 
 

Horticulture (HORT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

Humanities (HUMN)

HUMN 220 3 Introduction to Islam LAS 2XX
HUMN 231 3 Native American Studies ENG 256
HUMN 300 3 Visual Communication COM 2XX
 

Human Performance & Health Promotion (HPHP)

 
HPHP 100 4 Intro to Wellness and Fitness HLH 210
HPHP 101 1 Fieldwork in Human Performance & Health Promotion EXS 1XX
HPHP 200 4 Exercise Physiology I EXS 397
HPHP 201 4 Exercise Physiology II EXS 465
HPHP 300 3 Sport and Exercise Psychology EXS 367
HPHP 301 4 Kinesiology and Applied Anatomy EXS 3XX
HPHP 304 1 Community Service in Exercise and Sport Science EXS 3XX
HPHP 305 4 Fitness Assessment and Exercise Programming EXS 3XX
HPHP 400 3 Application of Strength and Conditioning Principles EXS 4XX
HPHP 401 3 Cardiopulmonary Assessment for Exercise EXS 4XX
HPHP 402 3 Wellness Center Internship EXS 4XX
HPHP 403 3 Exercise Physiology for Special Populations EXS 4XX
HPHP 404 3 Fitness Program Leadership and Administration EXS 4XX
HPHP 405 1-6 Human Performance and Health Promotion Capstone Internship EXS 4XX 
 

Human Services (HUMS)

HUMS 101 3 Introduction to Human Services HUS 100
 

Individual Studies (ISP)

ISP 101 1 College Success for Individual Studies Students  GEN 1XX
 

Insurance (INS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Journalism (JOUR)

   
JOUR 101 3 Modern Journalism COM 1XX
JOUR 111 3 News Writing and Reporting COM 203
JOUR 112 3 News Writing II COM 1XX
JOUR 114 3 News Editing COM 345
JOUR 121 3 Principles of Press Photography ATS 114
JOUR 122 3 Advanced Photo Journalism COM 344
JOUR 185 1 Production Laboratory I COM 3XX
JOUR 186 1 Production Laboratory II COM 3XX
JOUR 201 3 Sports Writing PWR 340
JOUR 211 3 Feature Writing COM 310
JOUR 214 3 Specialized Writing COM 2XX
JOUR 220 3 Mass Media & Society COM 301
JOUR 261 2 The Graphics of Mass Communication COM 2XX
JOUR 270 3 Desktop Publishing CAP 236
JOUR 272 3 Public Relations and Publicity Management COM 372
JOUR 280 3 Broadcast Management, News & Promotion COM 2XX
JOUR 285 1 Production Laboratory III COM 2XX
JOUR 286 1 Production Laboratory IV COM 2XX
JOUR 290 3 Advertising Strategies COM 371

Manufacturing Technology (MFG)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Massage Therapy (MAST)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Mathematics (MATH)

   
MAGN 101 3 Elementary Algebra LAS 1XX
MATH 102 3 Intermediate Algebra w/Trigonometry  MAT 111
MATH 103 3 College Algebra w/Trigonometry  MAT 115
MATH 141 3 Statistics MAT 201
MATH 145 3 Discrete Mathematics MAT 1XX
MATH 147 3 Selected Topics in Pre-Calculus MAT 115
MATH 149 3 Elementary Linear Algebra MAT 272
MATH 151 3 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I MAT 121
MATH 152 3 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II MAT 122
MATH 151 and 152 3,3

For MAT, AEM majors, if both completed:

Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, II, 

MAT 135 (4 cr) and MAT 1XX (2cr)
MATH 153 3 Business Calculus MAT 121
MATH 161 4 Engineering Calculus I MAT 135
MATH 162 4 Engineering Calculus II MAT 236
MATH 261 4 Engineering Calculus III MAT 237
MATH 262 4 Differential Equations and Matrix Algebra MAT 336

Mechanical Engineering Technology (MECH)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Music (MUSI)

   
MUSI 101 3 Introduction to Music and Art LAS 1XX
MUSI 102 3 History of Jazz MUS 332
MUSI 105 3 Experiencing Music MUS 100 
MUSI 150,155,160,165 1 Ensemble MUS 1XX

Natural Resources Conservation (NATR)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Nursing (NURS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Nutrition (NUTR)

   
NUTR 108 3 Basic Nutrition  HLH 232 OR 323
NUTR 110 3 Nutrition I HLH 323
NUTR 115 2 Health Field GEN 1XX
NUTR 160 3 Diet Therapy HLH 1XX
NUTR 170 3 Supervised Field Experience I CPV 400
NUTR 210 3 Life Cycle Nutrition HLH 2XX
NUTR 219 1 Orientation to Summer Field Experience GEN 1XX 
NUTR 220 3 Summer Supervised Field Experience CPV 400
NUTR 225 3 Educational Methods for the Food and Health Care Fields GEN 1XX 
NUTR 230 3 Supervised Field Experience II CPV 400
NUTR 250 3 Sports Nutrition HLH 357
NUTR 260 3 Meal Management:Spa Cuisine GEN 1XX 
NUTR 270 3 Supervised Field Experience III CPV 400

Office Technology (OFFT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Paralegal (PARA)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Philosophy (PHIL)

   
PHIL 201 3 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 100
PHIL 211 3 Modern Ethics PHI 203
PHIL 311 3 Professional Ethics PHI 2XX

Physical Science (PSCI)

   
PSCI 101 3 Physical Science SCI 1XX

Physics (PHYS)

   
PHYS 107 4 Introductory Physics I PHY 105
PHYS 108 4 Introductory Physics II PHY 106
PHYS 127 4 General Physics I PHY 105
PHYS 128 4 General Physics II PHY 106
PHYS 154 4 University Physics I (Mechanics) PHY 201
PHYS 155 4 University Physics (Sound and Thermodynamics) PHY 203
PHYS 254 4 University Physics (Electricity and Magnetism) PHY 202
PHYS 255 4 University Physics (Optics and Modern Physics) PHY 410

Plastics Technology (PLAS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Political Science (POLI)

   
POLI 101 3 American National Government POL 100 
POLI 111 3 State and Local Governments POL 326 
POLI 113 3 American Judiciary System POL 202
POLI 151 3 Introduction to Comparative Government POL 101 

Psychology (PSYC)

   
PSYC 101 3 Introduction to Psychology PSY 101
PSYC 103 1 Introduction to Applied Psychology PSY 1XX 
PSYC 161 1 Social Science and Pseudoscience PSY 1XX 
PSYC 203 3 Biological Psychology PSY 2XX
PSYC 241 3 Child Development PSY 231
PSYC 242 3 Adolescent Development PSY 232
PSYC 243 3 Adult Development PSY 334
PSYC 251 3 Abnormal Psychology PSY 421
PSYC 255 3 Psychology of Personal Adjustment PSY 2XX
PSYC 284 3 Psychology of Gender PSY 330
PSYC 304 3 Industrial/Organizational Psychology PSY 342
PSYC 305 3 Personality PSY 322
PYSC 325 3 Motivation and Behavior PSY 311
PSYC 361 4 Research Methods and Application in Applied Psych I PSY 301 
PSYC 362 4 Research Methods and Application in Applied Psych PSY 201
PSYC 384 3 Group Behavior PSY 3XX
PSYC 386 3 Social Psychology PSY 422 
PSYC 405 1 Applied Psychology Internship Orientation PSY 4XX
PSYC 406 12 Applied Psychology Internship PSY 4XX 
PSYC 410 3 Senior Seminar in Applied Psychology PSY 4XX
PSYC 415 3 Tests and Measures PSY 341 

Renewable Energy (RENG)

   
RENG 101 4 Basic Electricity for Renewable Energy PHY 1XX
RENG 102 3 Renewable Energy Resources PHY 1XX

Renewable Resources (RREN)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Residential Construction (RESC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Resort & Recreation Service Management (RRMT)

   
RRMT 320 3 Legal Implications in the Resort & Recreation Industry REC 446 
RMMT 425 3 Training Design & Implementation for Hospitality Industry GEN 2XX
RRMT 430 3 Assessment of Customer Satisfaction in Service Mgmt REC 407
RRMT 440 4 Technology Applications for Resort & Recreation Mgmt REC 2XX
RRMT 450 3 Security & Safety & Intervention Strategies for Resort GEN 2XX
RRMT 460 3 International Hotel & Resort Management REC 2XX
RRMT 465 3 Managing Entertainment Venues GEN 2XX
RRMT 470 1 Resort & Recreation Internship Orientation REC 2XX
RRMT 480 12 Resort & Recreation Service Management MGT 2XX

Science, Technology and Society (STS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Sociology (SOCI)

   
SOCI 101 3 Introduction to Sociology SOC 150
SOCI 201 3 Social Problems in the 21st Century SOC 2XX
SOCI 220 3 Marriage and the Family SOC 470
SOCI 221 3 Death and Dying LAS 2XX
SOCI 250 3 Social Gerontology SOC 220
SOCI 270 3 Drugs, Society & Behavior CRM 345
SOCI 360 3 Social Movements and Community Change SOC 3XX
SOCI 390 3 Urban Sociology SOC 461

Spanish (SPAN)

   
SPAN 101 3 Beginning Spanish I SPA 101
SPAN 102 3 Beginning Spanish II SPA 102
SPAN 125 3 Spanish for Heritage Speakers  
SPAN 201 3 Intermediate College Spanish I SPA 201
SPAN 202 3 Intermediate College Spanish II SPA 202

Theater (THEA)

   
THEA 150 1-3 Theatre Production Laboratory THT 1XX 
THEA 160 1-3  Technical Theatre Production Laboratory THT 1XX

Travel and Tourism/Hospitality Management  (TOUR)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Wellness (WELL)

   
WELL 101 3 Stress and Wellness HLH 301

Wood Products Technology (Wood)- Courses accepted as elective credit.