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6/12/08

State University of New York College at Cortland

 

Credit Equivalencies – The Sage Colleges

 

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.

LAS XXX = Liberal Arts & Science Elective

GEN XXX = General Elective credit

 

The Sage Colleges

Course Title (Sage)

SUNY Cortland Equivalent

ART 101

Fundamentals of Drawign

ATS 101

ART 105 OR 106

Two-Dimensional Design

ATS 102

ART 107

Three-Dimensional Design

ATS 113

ART 109

Mixed Media Drawing

ATS 201

ART 205

Art History I

ATH 121

ART 206

Art History II

ATH 122

ART 215

Figure Drawing

ATS 201

ART 220

Printmaking: Lithography

ATS 209

ART 231

Ceramics I

ATS 104

ART 232

Ceramics II

ATS 204

 

 

 

 

 

 

BIO 101

General Biology I

BIO 110

BIO 102

General Biology II

BIO 111

BIO 218

Human Biology I

BIO 2XX

BIO 219

Human Biology II

SCI 2XX

 

 

 

BUS 103

Managerial Communications

PWR 398

BUS 104

Contemporary Business

LAS 1XX

 

 

 

CHM 101

General, Organic, Biochemistry I

CHE 121

CHM 102

General, Organic & Biochemistry II

CHE 122

CHM 111 & 111L

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHM 112 & 112L

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

 

 

 

CSI 101

Computer Literacy

CAP 100

CSI 125

Intro to Computer Science I

GEN 1XX

CSI 150

Advanced Computer Literacy

CAP 1XX

CSI 210

Workstation Architecture/Support

CAP 2XX

CSI 215

Systems Analysis and Design

CAP 2XX

CSI 245

Help Desk Operation/Management

GEN 2XX

CSI 276

Data Communication/Networking I

CAP 220

 

 

 

 

 

 

COM 104

Oral Communication

COM 210

COM 251

Interpersonal Communication

COM 300

 

 

 

CRM 111

Criminal justice: Functions and Processes

POL 303

 

 

 

ENG 100

HS I: Language & the Self

CPN 100

ENG 101

HS II: Language & Community

CPN 101

ENG 204

English Literature I

ENG 355

ENG 205

English Literature II

ENG 356

ENG 214

Black Literature

ENG 251

ENG 225

The Short Story

ENG 202

ENG 241

Poetry

ENG 203

 

 

 

GDN 201

Type & Design I

ATS 241

GDN 218

Type and Design II

ATS 2XX

 

 

 

HIS 105

History of the United States I

HIS 200

HIS 106

History of the U.S. II

HIS 201

HIS 325

Caribbean History Society & Culture

HIS 3XX

HIS 348

American Century II 1945-2001

HIS 307

HIS 330

Vietnam Experience (1 cr)

HIS 3XX

 

 

 

HUM 111

Humanities I: Language & Self (writing course)

CPN 100

HUM 112

Humanities II: Language & Community

CPN 100 or 101

HUM 113

HS III: Language & Human Experience

CPN 101

 

 

 

ITD 120

Women in the World

WST 2XX

 

 

 

MAT 105

Algebra

MAT 1XX

MAT 109

Contemporary Mathematics

MAT 105

MAT 110

Topics in Mathematics

MAT 105

MAT 111

Math for Teaching and Learning

MAT 101

MAT 112

College Algebra

MAT 111

MAT 113

Precalculus

MAT 115

MAT 201

Calculus I

MAT 135

MAT 202

Calculus II

MAT 236

MAT 203

Multivariate Calculus III

MAT 237

MAT 206

Linear Algebra

MAT 272

 

 

 

POL 101

United States Government: Citizens, Politics & Inst

POL 100

POL 213

Women in Politics and Government

POL 2XX

 

 

 

PSY 101

Intro to Psychology

PSY 101

PSY 202

Human Development

PSY 333

PSY 206

Educational Psychology

PSY 332

PSY 220

Organizational Behavior

PSY 342

PSY 301

Social Psychology

PSY 422

PSY 308

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

PSY 319

Group Dynamics

PSY 422

 

 

 

PHI 201

Intro to Philosophy

PHI 100

PHI 230

Ways of Thinking

PHI 2XX

PHI 238

Philosophy of Terrorism

PHI 2XX

PHI 206

Ethics

PHI 203

 

 

 

SCI 112

Stars and Galazies

PHY 150

 

 

 

SOC 101

Intro to Sociology

SOC 150

SOC 102

Social Problems

SOC 1XX

SOC 111

Criminal Justice – Function & Processes

CRM 303

SOC 120

Deviant Behavior

SOC 373

SOC 206

Sociology of the Family

SOC 470

SOC 212

Juvenile Delinquency

SOC 462