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Nazareth College

State University of New York College at Cortland

 Credit Equivalencies –NazarethCollege

 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

 

NazarethCollege

Course Title (Nazareth College)

SUNY Cortland Equivalent

ANT 101

Intro to Social and Cultural Anthropology

Ant 102

ANT 341

Special Topics in Anthropology (see dept)

ANT 3XX

 

 

 

ART 106

Drawing I

ATS 101

ART 160G

Intro to Non-Western Art

ATH 330

 

 

 

BIO 103 & 103L

Biological Systems I & Lab

BIO 110

BIO 104, 104L

Biological Systems II

BIO 111

 

 

 

CSD 252

Psycholinguistics

ENG 201

 

 

 

CHM 145& 146L

General Chemistry I & lab

CHE 221

CHM 147 & 148L

General Chemistry II & lab

CHE 222

CHM  251, 252

Organic Chemistry I & II

CHE 301, 302&304

 

 

 

CIS 141

Survey Computer Applications

CAP 100

 

 

 

ECO 101

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 110

ECO 102

Principles of Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECO 331

Money and Banking

ECO 431

ECO 333

Intermediate Macroeconomics

ECO 300

ECO 334

Intermediate Microeconomics

ECO 301

ECO 338

Economic Issues of Gender, Race and Class

ECO 326

ECO 340

Labor Economics

ECO 383

ECO 350

Environmental Economics

ECO 335

ECO 351

Economics of Development

ECO 311

ECO 480

Senior Seminar in Economics

GEN 4XX

 

 

 

EDU 204

History and Philosophy of Education

INT 270

EDU 355

Intro to Literacy and Differentiated Learning

 

EDU 370

Learning Theory and Curriculum for Diverse Learners

EDU 3XX

EDU 372

Developmentally Appropriate Strategies for Literacy in the Content Areas

 

EDU 440

Differentiated Literacy Learning in the Content Areas at

 

EDU 441

Field Work in Inclusion at the Middle Childhood Level

 

EDU 455

Classroom Management, Assessment and Collaborative Practices for Individualized Needs

 

EDU 460

Integrating the Arts and Technology for Individualized Needs

 

EDU 464

Reflective Seminar

 

EDU 466

Student Teaching

No credit

EDU 474

Current Issues in Inclusive Education

 

EDU 475

Health Education, Child Abuse, and Violence Prevention Workshop

See Dept (need certificate)

 

 

 

ENG 101

Freshman English/College Writing I

CPN 100

ENG 102

Freshman English/College Writing II

CPN 101

ENG 141 OR 241

Epic

ENG 202

ENG 144

Drama

ENG 204

ENG 201, 202

Survey of British Literature I and II

ENG 355, 356

ENG 324

Children’s Literature

ENG 373

ENG 240W

Short Story

ENG 202

ENG 319 & 320

Voice in American Literature I and II

ENG 325, 326

ENG 344

African-American Literature I

ENG 352

ENG 345

African-American Literature II

ENG 353

 

 

 

FRS 101

Freshman Seminar

CLS 101

 

 

 

HSC 201

Intro to Health Science

HLH 2XX

 

 

 

History

 

 

HIS 101

Western Civilization I

HIS 110

HIS 102

Western Civilization II

HIS 111

HIS 205

AmericanRepublicI

HIS 200

HIS 206

American Republic II

HIS 201

HIS 210G

TraditionalChinaandJapan

HIS 2XX

HIS 411

People, Issues and Ideas inAmerica

HIS 4XX

 

 

 

MGT 212

Organization and Management

MGT 250

MGT 216

Principles of Marketing

MGT 253

MGT 323

Human Resource Management

ECO/MGT 385

 

 

 

Mathematics

 

 

MTH 102

Thinking Mathematically

MAT 105

MTH 111

Applied Calculus

MAT 121

MTH 112

Precalculus

MAT 115

MTH 113

Calculus I

MAT 135

MTH 114

Calculus II

MAT 236

MTH 207

Elementary Statistics

MAT 201

MTH 215

Exploring Mathematics

MAT 2XX

MTH 201

Introduction to Mathematical Structures

MAT 224

MTH 304

Mathematical Statistics MAT 446

MTH 312

Linear Algebra 

MAT 272 

MTH 413

Real Analysis

MAT 420

MTH 414

Abstract Algebra

MAT 370

MTH 415

Theory of Numbers

MAT 350

MTH 417

Foundations of Geometry MAT 375
     

MUS 101

The Way Of Music

MUS 100

MUS 104G

Intro to World Music

MUS 101

MUS 202

The Worlds of the Master Composers

MUS 2XX

 

 

 

PHL 101

Logic and Inquiry

PHI 110

PHL 211

Ethics

PHI 203

 

 

 

Physics

 

 

PHY 207 & 203L

Intro Physics I

PHY 105

PHY 208 & 204L

Intro Physics II

PHY 106

PHY 251 & 203L

Fundamentals of Physics I

PHY 201

PHY 252 & 204L

Fundamentals of Physics II

PHY 202

 

 

 

PSC 301

American Government and Politics

POL 100

PSC 302

State and Local Government

POL 326

 

 

 

PSY 101

Introduction to Psychology

PSY 101

PSY 200

Theories in Psychology

PSY 2XX

PSY 201

Statistics and Research Methods I

PSY 201

PSY 202W

Statistics and Research Methods II

PSY 202

PSY 202L

Statistics and Research Methods II Lab

PSY 2XX

PSY 221

Developmental I: Childhood and Adolescence

PSY 231 (for AED majors; bring syllabus to PSY dept. for review for PSY 232)

PSY 222

Social Psychology

PSY 422

PSY 231

Behavior Modification

PSY 360

PSY 311

Psychology of Learning

PSY 312

PSY 312

Cognitive Psychology

PSY 313

PSY 323

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

PSY 333

Organizational Psychology

PSY 342

PSY 334

Principles of Counseling

PSY 486

PSY 342

Sport Psychology

PSY 346

PSY 444

Senior Seminar

PSY 4XX

 

 

 

 

 

 

Religion

 

 

RES 101

Exploring Religion

RLS 200

RES 103G

Exploring Eastern Religions

RLS 1XX

RES 330

Ethics of the Professions

PHI 2XX

 

 

 

SCI 131 & l32L

Nutrition Concepts

HLH 323

 

 

 

SOC 101

Intro to Sociology

SOC 150

SOC 204

Social Problems

SOC 2XX

SOC 352

Social Research Methods I

SOC 493

SOC 410

Racial and Cultural Minorities

SOC 352

SOC 413

Social Movements

SOC 486

     

SPN 203

Cultural Perspectives of Spain SPA 318