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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

 

ANT 211

3

General Anthropology

ANT 102

ANT 213

3

Intro Archaeology

ANT 1XX

ANT 214

3

Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

 

Astronomy

 

AST 301

Astronomy

PHY 150

 

 Art

 

ARH 200

3

Intro to Visual Arts

ATH 120

ARH 201

3

Art of the Western World I

ATH 121

ARH 202

3

Art of the Western World II

ATH 122

 

 Biology

 

BIO 111

3

Intro Animal Life

SCI 1XX

BIO 112

3

Biology Today

BIO 1XX

BIO 170

3

Human Biology

SCI 1XX

BIO 201

4

General Biology I

BIO 110

BIO 202

4

General Biology 2

BIO 111

 

 

 

BLK 100

3

Intro to Black Studies

AAS 100

BLK 340

3

Psychological Studies of Black Americans

AAS 204

BLK 355

3

The Black Family

AAS 3XX

BUS 293

3

Sport Business

SPM 275

 

Business

 

BUS 293-01

Sport Law

SPM 373

BUS 201-01

Financial Accounting

MGT 254

 

Chemistry

 

CHE 104

Chemistry for the Consumer

CHE 125

CHE 201

3

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHE 202

3

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

 

 

 

CMD 301

3

Speech Science

SHH 281

CMD 302

3

Phoentics

SHH 280

CMD 305

3

Hearing Science

SHH 283

CMD 306

3

Language Development in Children

SHH 300

CMD 310

4

Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism

SHH 3XX

CMD 312

3

Introduction to Communication Disorders

SHH 270

CMD 405

3

Tests and Assessment of Communication Disorders

SHH 477

CMD 407

3

Speech Perception and Hearing Impairment

SHH 4XX

CMD 415

3

Disorders of Child Language

SHH 4XX

CMD 417

3

Audiology

SHH 383

 

 

 

CPS 100

3

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

3

American Economic Development

ECO 105

ECO 206

3

Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECO 207

3

Macroeconomics

ECO 110

 

 Psychology

 

PSY 271

Child Psychology and Development

PSY 231

PSY 365

Psychology of Human Learning

PSY 3XX

 

 English

 

ENG 160

3

Freshman Composition 1

CPN 100

ENG 180

3

Freshman Composition 2

CPN 101

ENG 200

3

Analysis and Interpretation of Literature

 ENG 200

ENG 226

3

Practical Grammar

ENG 2XX

ENG 301

4

English Literature I

ENG 355

ENG 302

4

English Literature II

ENG 356

ENG 307

3

Novel

ENG 202

ENG 308

3

Short Story

ENG 202

ENG 324

Women in 20C Literature

ENG 261

ENG 331

4

American Literature I

ENG 325

ENG 332

4

American Literature II

ENG 326

 

 French

 

FRN 101, FRN 102

3

Elementary French I, II

FRE 101, FRE 102

FRN 201, FRN 202

3

Intermediate French I, II

FRE 201, FRE 202

FRN 301, FRN 302

4

French Composition & Conversation I, II

FRE 305, 3XX

 

 Geography

 

GEO 273

3

Physical Geography

GRY 110

GEO 240

3

World Geography

GRY 2XX

 

 Geology

 

GLG 100

3

The Planet Earth

GLY 160

GLG 205

4

Environmental Geology

GLY 160

GLG 220

4

Physical Geology

GLY 261

GLG 301

4

Historical Geology

GLY 262

 

History

 

HIS 101

4

The Modern World

HIS 111/1XX

HIS 207

4

MedievalEurope

HIS 344

HIS 214

4

ModernEurope1500 to Present

HIS 111

HIS 221

4

United StatesHistory to 1865

HIS 200

HIS 222

4

US History Since 1865

HIS 201

HIS 227

Latin American History to 1825

HIS 325

 

 Math

 

MAT 140

3

Math for Elementary Teachers I & II

MAT 101, 102

MAT 151

3

College Mathematics

MAT 105

MAT 152

3

College Algebra

MAT 111

MAT 181

4

Pre-Calculus Mathematics

MAT 115

MAT 241

3

Intro to Statistics

MAT 201

MAT 251

4

Calculus I

MAT 135

MAT 252

4

Calculus II

MAT 236

 

 Music

 

MUS 100

3

The World of Music

MUS 100

MUS 160

3

History of Jazz

MUS 332

 

 Philosophy

 

PHI 203

Intro to Philosophy

PHI 100

PHI 216

American Government & Politics

POL 100

 

 Psychology

 

PSY 272

3

General Psychology

PSY 101

PSY 306

3

Social Psychology

PSY 422

PSY 313

3

Psychology of Personality

PSY 322

PSY 315

3

Basics of Organizational Psychology

PSY 342

PSY 343

3

Psychology of Infancy & Childhood

PSY 231

PSY 344

3

Psychology of Adolescence & Adulthood

PSY 232

PSY 412

3

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

 

 Russian

 

RUS 271  

3

Russian Culture

LAS 2XX

 

 Sociology

 

SOC 100

3

Intro to Sociology

SOC 150

SOC 190

3

Social Issues & College

SOC 1XX

SOC 301

3

Self in Society

SOC 360

SOC 304

3

Sociology of Religion

SOC 475

SOC 305

3

Juvenile Delinquency

SOC 462

SOC 370

3

Sociology of the Family

SOC 470

 

 Spanish

 

SPA 101, SPA 102

3

Elementary Spanish I, II

SPA 101, 102

SPA 201, SPA 202

3

Intermediate Spanish I, II

SPA 201, 202

Special Education

SPE 106

3

Multiple Voices: Diversity of U.S. Education

FSA 103

Communication

CMM 102

3

Intro to Communication

COM 100

 

 Theatre

 

THE 231

3

Acting I

THT 120

THE 235

3

Intro to Theatre

THT 100

 

 

 

97 190

Social Issues & College

LAS 1XX