Bookmark and Share

SUNY Albany

Credit Equivalencies – SUNY Albany

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

 

Albany Course Number

Credits

Course Title (SUNY Albany)

SUNY Cortland Equivalent

 

 

ATM – see earth sciences

 

Accounting

ACC 211

3

Financial Accounting

MGT 254

Africana Studies

AAS 219

3

Intro African American History

HIS 312

AAS 213

3

History Civil Rights Movement

HIS 428

AAS 240

3

Classism, Racism, Sexism

AAS 210

 

 

 

 

CLL 101

4

Elementary Latin 1

FLR 101

CLL 102

4

Elementary Latin 2

FLR 102

CLL 201L

3

Intro Latin Literature I

LAS 2XX

CLC 105L

3

Myths of the Greek World

ENG 280

CLC 110

3

Classical Roots: Great Ideas of Greece & Rome

ENG 220

Anthropology

ANT 104

3

Archaeology

ANT 1XX

ANT 108G

3

Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

ANT 110

3

Intro Human Evolution

ANT 300

ANT 111

3

Intro to the Primates

ANT 1XX

ANT 119N

3

The City and Human Health

ANT 1XX

ANT 211 (411)

3

Human Population Biology

ANT 2XX

ANT 233

3

Aztecs, Incas & Mayas

ANT 301

ANT 240

3

The North American Indian

ANT 302

ANT 310

3

Human Paleontology

ANT 3XX

ANT 319

3

Physical Growth and Development

ANT 3XX

ANT 364

3

Anthropology of Health and Health Care

ANT 3XX

ANT 414 (313)

3

Demographic Anthropology

ANT 4XX

ANT 416 (315)

3

Topics in Human Biology

ANT 4XX

ANT 418

3

Biomedical Anthropology

ANT 4XX

ANT 450

3

Medical Anthropology

ANT 4XX

Archaeology

CLA 207L3

3

Egyptian Archaeology

ANT 2XX

CLA 208L

3

Greek Archaeology

ANT 2XX

Art

ART 105

3

Beginning Drawing

ATS 101

Art History

ARH 170L

3

Survey of Art in the Western World I

ATH 121

ARH 171L

3

Survey of Art in the Western World II

ATH 122

Atmospheric Science

ATM 100N

3

The Atmosphere

GLY 371

ATM 107N

3

The Oceans

GLY 397

Biology

BIO 100

3

Contemporary Biology

BIO 1XX

BIO 102

3

General Biological Sciences

BIO 111

BIO 110F/N

4

General Biology I

BIO 110/201

BIO 111F/N

4

General Biology II

BIO 111/202

BIO 112

4

Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO 301

BIO 113

4

Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO 302

BIO 117

 3

Nutrition

HLH 232 -HLH major

 HLH 323 – non major

BIO 199

1-3

Issues in Biological Sciences

SCI 1XX

BIO 205

3

Human Genetics

BIO 306

BIO 212

4

Introductory Genetics

BIO 312

BIO 217

3

Cell Biology

BIO 210

BIO 230N

3

People and Resources in Ecological Perspective

SCI 2XX

BIO 314

3

Microbiology Biology

BIO 304 or 303

BIO 319

3

Field Biology

BIO 310

 Arts and Sciences

CAS 109

2

Intermediate Science Research (for Biological sciences area)

BIO 437

CAS 110

4

Intermediate Methods of Research

LAS 1XX

CAS 209

2

Advanced Science Research

BIO 438

CAS 131

3

Diversity & Equity in America

LAS 1XX

CAS 198

1-4

Spec. Topics Humanities 

LAS 1XX

CAS 210

4

Adv Methods Research

LAS 2XX

Greek and Roman Civilization

CLC 105

3

Myth of Greek World

ENG 280

Chemistry

CHM 120 & 124 LAB

4

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHM 121 & 125 LAB

4

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

CHM 220 and 222 lab

4

 Organic Chemistry 

CHE 301

CHM 221

3

Organic Chemistry II

CHE 302

CHM 223

1

Organic Chemistry Lab II

CHE 304

CHM 420

3

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE 340

Communication

COM 100M

3

Human Communication: Language & Social Action

COM 100

COM 203

3

Speech Composition and Presentation

COM 210

COM 201

3

Interpersonal Communication

COM 300

COM 204

3

Group Communication

COM 340

COM 265

3

Intro Communication Theory

COM 2XX

Counseling Psychology

CPY 120

3

Psychology of Academic & Personal Effectiveness

PSY 2XX

Criminal Justice

CRJ 302

3

Punishment and Corrections

CRM 464

Computer Science

CSI 102

3

Microcomputer Software

CAP 100

CSI 124

3

Computer Security Basics

CAP 1XX

Geology

GEO 100N

3

Planet Earth

GLY 160

Economics

ECO 110M

3

Principles of Economics I: Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECO 111M

3

Principles of Economics II: Macroeconomics

ECO 110

ECO 202

3

The American Economy

LAS 2XX

ECO 314

3

History of Economic Thought

ECO 303

ECO 350

3

Money and Banking

ECO 431

ECO 355

3

Public Finance

ECO 3XX

ECO 370

3

Economics of Labor

ECO 383

FIN 300

3

Financial Management

ECO 352

English

ENG 100

3

Introduction to Analytical Writing

CPN 100

ENG 102

3

Introduction to Creative Writing

PWR 2XX

ENG 105

3

Introduction to Writing in English Studies

CPN 101

ENG 121L

3

Reading Literature

ENG 200

ENG 122E/L

3

Reading Prose Fiction

ENG 202

ENG 123L/E

3

Reading Drama

ENG 204

ENG 124E/L

3

Reading Poetry

ENG 203

ENG 210

3

Intro to English Studies

ENG 200

ENG 222

3

World Literature

ENG 2XX

ENG 226 3 Focus on a Literary Form or Mode

ENG 200

ENG 320

3

British Novel I

ENG 355

ENG 321

3

British Novel II

ENG 356

ENG 432

3

American Literature to 1815

ENG 325

ENG 433

3

American Literature 1865-1920

ENG 326

 Educational Administration and Policy Studies

EST 300

3

Social Foundations of Education

INT 270 or LAS 3XX

Geology

GEO 100 or 102

3-4

Planet Earth & Physical Geology Lab 

GLY 171

Geography

GOG 101N

3

Intro to the Physical Environment

GRY 110

GOG 102

3-4

Intro Human Geography

GRY 125

GOG 102M

3

Place, Space, and Landscape

GRY 120

GOG 125M

3

The American City

GRY 1XX

GOG 220M

3

Intro to Urban Geography

GRY 250

Planning

PLN 220M

3

Intro to Urban Planning

LAS 2XX

Foreign Language

A ITA 103L

4

Intermediate Italian I

ITA 201

A ITA 104L

4

Intermediate Italian 2

ITA 202

A SPN 103I

4

Intermediate Spanish 1

SPA 201

A SPN 104I

4

Intermediate Spanish 2

SPA 202

DCH 101

3

Elementary Dutch

LAS 1XX

RUS 101

4

Elementary Russian

LAS 1XX

FRE 101L

4

Beginning French I

FRE 101

FRE 102L

4

Beginning French II

FRE 102

FRE 221I/L

4

Intermediate French I

FRE 201

FRE 222I/L

4

Intermediate French II

FRE 202

FRE 301

3

Structural Review of French

FRE 309

FRE 306

3

Comprehension and Pronunciation of French

FRE 305

History

HIS 100

3

American Political and Social History I

HIS 200

HIS 101

3

American Political and Social History II

HIS 201

HIS 130

3

History of European Civilization I

HIS 110

HIS 131

3

History of European Civilization II

HIS 111

HIS 158

3

The World in the 20th Century

HIS 1XX

HIS 300

3

The History of American Indians and the U.S.

HIS 314

HIS 305

3

Colonial America to 1763

HIS 300

HIS 306

3

American Revolution 1763-1815

HIS 302

HIS 356

3

World at War 1939-45

HIS 453

Information Science and Policy

ISP 100

3

Internet & Info Access

CAP 1XX

Judaic Studies

JST 155

3

Judaism

JST 140

Law

LAW 220

3

Business Law

MGT 265

Latin American,Caribbean, & US Latino Studies

LCS 100

3

Cultures of Latin America

ANT 314

LCS 102

3

Intro Caribbean History

HIS 325

Math

MAT 100

3

Precalculus Mathematics

MAT 115

MAT 101

3

Algebra and Calculus I

MAT 121

MAT 105

3

Finite Mathematics

MAT 1XX

MAT 108

3

Elementary Statistics

MAT 201

MAT 111

4

Algebra and Calculus II

MAT 122

MAT 112

4

Calculus I

MAT 135

MAT 113

4

Calculus II

MAT 236

MAT 220

3

Linear Algebra

MAT 272

MAT 221

3

Discrete Mathematics

MAT 224

MAT 311

3

Ordinary Differential Equations

MAT 430

MAT 368

3

Statistics and Continuous Probability

MAT 446

Management

MGT 481

3

Strategic Management

MGT 454

Management Science

MSI 215

3

Computer Applications in Business

CAP 204

Music

MUS 100L

3

Introduction to Music

MUS 100

A MUS 115L

3

Jazz: America’s Music

MUS 332

Counseling Psychology

CPY 120

3

Psychology of Academic & Personal Effectiveness

PSY 2XX

Philosophy

PHI 110L

3

Introduction to Philosophical Problems

PHI 100

PHI 111

3

The Mind and the World

PHI 1XX

PHI 114L

3

Morals and Society

PHI 135

PHI 115L

3

Moral Choices

PHI 1XX

PHI 210L

3

Introduction to Logic

PHI 111

PHI 212L

3

Introduction to Ethical Theory

PHI 2XX

PHI 214

3

World Religions

RLS 200

PHI 310

3

Ancient Philosophy

PHI 201

PHI 329

3

American Philosophy Since 1860

PHI 250

Physics

PHY 103

3

Exploration of Space

PHY 1XX

PHY 105N & PHY 106 Lab

4

General Physics I

PHY 201

PHY 108N & 109 Lab

4

General Physics II

PHY 202

PHY 140

3

Physics I: Mechanics

PHY 420

Psychology

PSY 101M

3

Introduction to Psychology

PSY 101

PSY 200

3

Intro Psychological Process Schooling

PSY 332

PSY 340

3

Psychology of Human Sexuality

PSY 340

PSY 203

3

Psychology of Child Development

PSY 231

PSY 210

3

Statistical Methods in Psychology

PSY 201

PSY 211

3

Experimental Psychology

PSY 202

PSY 214

3

Intro Biosychology & Behavioral Neuroscience

PSY 2XX

PSY 270

3

Social Psychology

PSY 422

PSY 327

3

Personality

PSY 322

PSY 329

3

Health Psychology

PSY 435

PSY 333

3

Childhood Behavior Disorder (need syllabus for PSY 433?)

PSY 3XX

PSY 338

3

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

PSY 381

3

Memory and Cognition

PSY 313

PSY 382

3

Sensation and Perception

PSY 412

PSY 384

3

Motivation

PSY 311

Political Science

POS 100 3 Intro to Political Science

POL 1XX

POS 101M and 101G

3

American Politics

POL 100

POS 102M or G

3

Comparative and International Politics

POL 101

POS 204

3

Sel Problems Pol Science

POL 2XX

POS 321 or 205

3

State and Local Government

POL 326

Sociology

SOC 115M/G

3

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 150

SOC 180 M/G

3

Social Problems

SOC 1XX

SOC 221

3

Statistics for Sociologists

SOC 494

SOC 235

3

Sociological Theory

SOC 2XX

SOC 250

3

Sociology of Families

SOC 470

SOC 255

3

Mass Media

COM 301

SOC 262

3

Sociology of Gender

SOC 401

SOC 326

3

Soc of Race, Gender & Class

COM 383

SOC 381

3

Criminology

CRM/SOC 463

SOC 283M

3

Juvenile Delinquency

CRM 462

Special Education

SPE 460

3

Intro to Human Exceptionalities

SPE 270

SPH 202

3

Cholera to Cancer: History, Challenges, Achievements in Public Health

HLH 2XX

Spanish

SPN 100L

4

Elementary Spanish I

SPA 101

SPN 101L

4

Elementary Spanish II

SPA 102

SPN 103L

4

Intermediate Spanish I

SPA 201

SPN 104L

4

Intermediate Spanish II

SPA 202

Theatre

THR 107L

3

Introduction to Dramatic Art

THT 100

THR 140

3

Fundamentals of Acting

THT 120

THR 340

3

Acting II

THT 220

University Libraries/Offerings

UNL 205

1

Information Literacy

LAS 2XX

UNI 100

3

Freshman Experience

CLS 101

UNI 152

3

Human Identity and Technology

LAS 1XX

UNI 151/UNI 153

3

Project Renaissance I and II - year long, theme based writing courses part of learning community

CPN 100 / CPN 101 

Urban planning

 

See Planning – Social Sciences - Geography

 

 Women's Studies

WSS 101

3

Intro to Feminism

WST 1XX

WSS 240

3

Classism, Racism & Sexism

WST 2XX