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New Paltz

5/5/2009

StateUniversityofNew YorkCollegeatCortland

 

Credit Equivalencies – New Paltz

 

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

 

 

New Paltz

Course Title (New Paltz)

SUNYCortlandEquivalent

 

 Anthropology

 

07 211 ANT

General Anthropology

ANT 102

07 213 ANT

Intro Archaeology

ANT 1XX

07 214 ANT

Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

 

Astronomy

 

12 301 AST

Astronomy

PHY 150

 

 Art

 

11 200 ARH

Intro to Visual Arts

ATH 120

11 201 ARH

Art of the Western World I

ATH 121

11 202 ARH

Art of the Western World II

ATH 122

 

 Biology

 

15 111 BIO

Intro Animal Life

SCI 1XX

15 112 BIO

Biology Today

BIO 1XX

15 170 BIO

Human Biology

SCI 1XX

15 201 BIO

General Biology I

BIO 110

15 202 BIO

General Biology 2

BIO 111

 

 

 

17 100 BLK

Intro to Black Studies

AAS 100

17 340 BLK

Psychological Studies of Black Americans

AAS 204

17 355 BLK

The Black Family

AAS 3XX

20 293 BUS

Sport Business

SPM 275

 

Business

 

20 293-01 BUS

Sport Law

SPM 373

20 201-01 BUS

Financial Accounting

MGT 254

 

Chemistry

 

22 104 CHE

Chemistry for the Consumer

CHE 125

22 201 CHE

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

22 202 CHE

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

 

 

 

CMD 301

Speech Science

SHH 281

CMD 302

Phoentics

SHH 280

CMD 305

Hearing Science

SHH 283

CMD 306

Language Development in Children

SHH 300

CMD 310

Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism

SHH 3XX

CMD 312

Introduction to Communication Disorders

SHH 270

CMD 405

Tests and Assessment of Communication Disorders

SHH 477

CMD 407

Speech Perception and Hearing Impairment

SHH 4XX

CMD 415

Disorders of Child Language

SHH 4XX

CMD 417

Audiology

SHH 383

 

 

 

25 100 CPS

Computers and Applications

CAP 100

 

Computers and Communications

CAP 100

 

 

 

Learning Resource Ctr

 

 

30011, 30015&16, 30020

College learning, Critical Thinking, basic math

No credit

 

 

 

ECO 100

American Economic Development

ECO 105

33 206 ECO

Microeconomics

ECO 111

33 207 ECO

Macroeconomics

ECO 110

 

 Psychology

 

38 271 PSY

Child Psychology and Development

PSY 231

38 365 PSY

Psychology of Human Learning

PSY 3XX

 

 English

 

41 160-13 ENG

Freshman Composition 1

CPN 100

41 180-31 ENG

Freshman Composition 2

CPN 101

41 200 ENG

Analysis and Interpretation of Literature

 ENG 200

ENG 226

Practical Grammar

ENG 2XX

41 301 ENG

English Literature I

ENG 355

41 302 ENG

English Literature II

ENG 356

41 307 ENG

Novel

ENG 202

41 308 ENG

Short Story

ENG 202

41 324 ENG

Women in 20C Literature

ENG 261

41 331 ENG

American Literature I

ENG 325

41 332 ENG

American Literature II

ENG 326

 

 French

 

46 101-02, 46 102 FRN

Elementary French I, II

FRE 101, FRE 102

46 201-02, 46 202 FRN

Intermediate French I, II

FRE 201, FRE 202

46 301, 46 302 FRN

French Composition & Conversation I, II

FRE 305, 3XX

 

 Geography

 

48 273 GEO

Physical Geography

GRY 110

48 240 GEO

World Geography

GRY 2XX

 

 Geology

 

50 100 GLG

The Planet Earth

GLY 160

GLG 205

Environmental Geology

GLY 160

GLY 220

Physical Geology

GLY 261

50 301 GLG

Historical Geology

GLY 262

 

History

 

58 101-01 HIS

The Modern World

HIS 111/1XX

58 207 HIS

MedievalEurope

HIS 344

58 214 HIS

ModernEurope1500 to Present

HIS 111

58 221 HIS

United StatesHistory to 1865

HIS 200

58 222-01 HIS

US History Since 1865

HIS 201

HIS 227

Latin American History to 1825

HIS 325

 

 Math

 

64 140-07 MAT

Math for Elementary Teachers I & II

MAT 101, 102

MAT 151

College Mathematics

MAT 105

64 152-08 MAT

College Algebra

MAT 111

64 181 MAT

Pre-Calculus Mathematics

MAT 115

64 241 MAT

Intro to Statistics

MAT 201

64 251 MAT

Calculus I

MAT 135

64 252 MAT

Calculus II

MAT 236

 

 Music

 

66 100-01 MUS

The World of Music

MUS 100

66 160 MUS

History of Jazz

MUS 332

 

 Philosophy

 

71 203 PHI

Intro to Philosophy

PHI 100

77 216-05 PHI

American Government & Politics

POL 100

 

 Psychology

 

80 272 PSY

General Psychology

PSY 101

80 306 PSY

Social Psychology

PSY 422

80 313 PSY

Psychology of Personality

PSY 322

80 315 PSY

Basics of Organizational Psychology

PSY 342

80 343 PSY

Psychology of Infancy & Childhood

PSY 231

80 344 PSY

Psychology of Adolescence & Adulthood

PSY 232

80 412 PSY

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

 

 Russian

 

84 271  RUS

Russian Culture (3)

LAS 2XX

 

 Sociology

 

87 100 SOC

Intro to Sociology

SOC 150

87 190 SOC

Social Issues & College

SOC 1XX

87 301 SOC

Self in Society

SOC 360

87 304 SOC

Sociology of Religion

SOC 475

87 305 SOC

Juvenile Delinquency

SOC 462

87 370 SOC

Sociology of the Family

SOC 470

 

 Spanish

 

89 101, 89102 SPA

Elementary Spanish I, II

SPA 101, 102

89 201, 89202 SPA

Intermediate Spanish I, II

SPA 201, 202

 

 Communition

 

90 102 CMM

Intro to Communication

COM 100

 

 Theatre

 

91 231 THE

Acting I

THT 120

91 235-01 (91330) THE

Intro to Theatre

THT 100

 

 

 

97 190

Social Issues & College

LAS 1XX