St. Bonaventure - SUNY Cortland

St. Bonaventure

4/3/2007

State University of New York College at Cortland

 

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

 

St. Bonaventure
Course Title – St. Bonaventure
SUNY Cortland Equivalent
 
 
 
CLAR 101
The Intellectual Journey
CPN 100 or LAS 1XX
CLAR 102
Inquiry in the Natural World
SCI 1XX
CLAR 103
Foundations of the Western World
HIS 110
CLAR 104
The Good Life
LAS 1XX
CLAR 105
Inquiry in the Social World
LAS 1XX
CLAR 106
Foundational Religious Texts of the Western World
RLS 200
CLAR 107
The Catholic-Franciscan Heritage
RLS 1XX
CLAR 108
World Views
RLS 1XX
CLAR 109
Arts and Literature
INT 300
or ENG 200 or 203
CLAR 110
Composition and Critical Thinking I
CPN 100
CLAR 111
Composition and Critical Thinking II
CPN 101
 
 
 
ACCT 201
Intro to Financial Accounting
MGT 254
ACCT 202
Intro to Managerial Accounting
MGT 255
 
 
 
ANTH 301
Cultural Anthropology
ANT 102
 
 
 
BLX 210
Business Law I
MGT 265
ECO 101
Microeconomic Principles
ECO 111
ECO 102
Macroeconomic Principles
ECO 110
FIN 321
Money and Banking
ECO 431
MKT 301
Principles of Marketing
MGT 253
MSC 322
Intro to Management
MGT 250
MSC 401
Personnel and Human Resource Management
ECO 385
 
 
 
BIO 101
Fundamentals of Biology
BIO 110
BIO 105
Biological Science
BIO 110 or 201
BIO 106
Biological Science
BIO 111 or 202
BIO 112
Human Ecology
SCI 1XX
BIO 206
Human Genetics
BIO 306
BIO 211
Human Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 301
BIO 212
Human Anatomy and Physiology
BIO 302
 
 
 
CHEM 101 & 101L
General Chemistry I
CHE 221
CHEM 102 & 102L
General Chemistry II
CHE 222
 
 
 
CS 120
Intro to Computers
CAP 100
 
 
 
EDUC 201
Intro to Teaching
INT 270
EDUC 210
Human Development & Learning
PSY 332
EDUC 211
Intro to Sign Language
ASL 101
EDUC 212
Intermediate Sign Language
ASL 102
 
 
 
ENG 101
English Composition I
CPN 100
ENG 102
English Composition II
CPN 101
ENG 102
Writing for Literature
ENG 302
ENG 201 or 203
English Literature I
ENG 355
ENG 202 or 204
English Literature II
ENG 356
ENG 210
Intro to Literature: Narrative
ENG 202
ENG 211
Intro to Literature: Poetry
ENG 203
ENG 212
Intro to Literature: Drama
ENG 204
ENG 220
American Literature I
ENG 325
ENG 221
American Literature II
ENG 326
ENG 230
Public Speaking
COM 210
ENG 270
Creative Writing: Narrative
PWR 212
ENG 271
Creative Writing: Poetry
PWR 213
ENG 423
Shakespeare I
ENG 433
 
 
 
GEOG 102
World Regional Geography
GRY 120 or 1XX
GEOG 302
Cultural Geography
GRY 120
GEOG 320
Urban Geography
GRY 250
 
 
 
HIST 101
Europe to 1815
HIS 110
HIST 102
Europe Since 1815
HIS 111
HIST 201
United States History to 1865
HIS 200
HIST 202
United States History Since 1865
HIS 201
 
 
 
MAT 107
Intro to Statistics
MAT 201
MAT 108
Precalculus
MAT 115
MAT 111
Mathematics for Elementary Education I
MAT 101
MAT 112
Mathematics for Elementary Education II
MAT 102
MAT 147
Discrete Mathematics I
MAT 224
MAT 151
Calculus I
MAT 135
MAT 152
Calculus II
MAT 236
MAT 241
Linear Algebra
MAT 272
MAT 251
Calculus III
MAT 237
MAT 252
Differential Equations
MAT 430
 
 
 
MUS 111
Understanding Music
MUS 100
MUS 200
Sound of Music
MUS 100 or 1XX
 
 
 
FREN 101-102
Elementary French
FRE 101, 102
FREN 201-202
Intermediate French
FRE 201, 202
ITAL 101-102
Elementary Italian
ITA 101, 102
ITAL 201-202
Intermediate Italian
ITA 201, 202
JAPN 101-102
Elementary Japanese
ITA 101, 102
JAPN 201
Intermediate Japanese
ITA 201
SPAN 101-102
Elementary Spanish
SPA 101, 102
SPAN 201-202
Intermediate Spanish
SPA 201, 202
 
 
 
PHED 101
Foundations of Physical Education
EXS 197
 
 
 
PHIL 102
Intro to Philosophy
PHI 100
PHIL 220
Ethics and the Individual
PHI 2XX
PHIL 312
Symbolic Logic
PHI 111
PHIL 317
Philosophy of Religion
PHI 3XX
PHIL 325
Philosophy of Law
PHI 340
PHIL 330
Business Ethics
PHI 233
PHIL 404
History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
PHI 201
PHIL 407
History of Modern Philosophy
PHI 202
 
 
 
PHYS 103 & 103L
General Physics I
PHI 201
PHYS 104 & 104L
General Physics II
PHI 202
 
 
 
PHSC 101
Earth Science
GLY 160
PHSC 116
Historical Geology
GLY 262
 
 
 
POLS 102
American Politics
POL 100
 
 
 
PSYC 101
Intro to Psychology
PSY 101
PSYC 212
Social Psychology
PSY 422
PSYC 215
Maladaptive Behavior
PSY 421
PSYC 222
Psychology of Learning & Memory
PSY 312
PSYC 224
Psychology of Adolescence
PSY 232
PSYC 312
Social and Emotional Development
PSY 333
PSYC 422
Cognition
PSY 313
PSYC 433
Psychology of Personality
PSY 322
 
 
 
SOC 101
Introductory Sociology
SOC 150
SOC 102
Social Problems
SOC 1XX
SOC 230
Sociology of War
SOC 2XX
SOC 301
Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 492
SOC 308
Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 462
SOC 314
Sociology of Religion
SOC 475
SOC 401
Marriage and the Family
SOC 470
SOC 407
Sociology of Education
SOC 487
 
 
 
SPED 230
Intro to Special Education
SPE 270
 
 
 
THEA 101
Intro to the Theater
THT 100
THE 201
Fundamental Principles of Acting
THT 120
 
 
 
VA 101
Art and its Appreciation
ATH 120
VA 111
Drawing I
ATS 101
VA 121
Painting I
ATS 103
VA 131
Sculpture I
ATS 106
VA 201
Art History: Ancient Civ
ATH 121
VA 202
Art History: Early Renaissance through Romanticism
ATH 122
 
 
 

Explore

Visit

Contact