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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 Rgional 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