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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

 

ACC 211

 

Financial Accounting

MGT 254

AAS 219

 

Intro African American History

HIS 312

AAS 213

 

History Civil Rights Movement

HIS 428

AAS 240

 

Classism, Racism, Sexism

AAS 210

 

 

 

 

CLL 101

 

Elementary Latin 1

FLR 101

CLL 102

 

Elementary Latin 2

FLR 102

CLL 201L

 

Intro Latin Literature I

LAS 2XX

CLC 105L

 

Myths of the Greek World

ENG 280

CLC 110

 

Classical Roots: Great Ideas of Greece & Rome

ENG 220

 

 

 

 

Anthropology

ANT 104

 

Archaeology

ANT 1XX

ANT 108G

 

Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

ANT 110

 

Intro Human Evolution

ANT 300

ANT 111

 

Intro to the Primates

ANT 1XX

ANT 119N

 

The City and Human Health

ANT 1XX

ANT 211 (411)

 

Human Population Biology

ANT 2XX

ANT 233

 

Aztecs, Incas & Mayas

ANT 301

ANT 240

 

The North American Indian

ANT 302

ANT 310

 

Human Paleontology

ANT 3XX

ANT 319

 

Physical Growth and Development

ANT 3XX

ANT 364

 

Anthropology of Health and Health Care

ANT 3XX

ANT 414 (313)

 

Demographic Anthropology

ANT 4XX

ANT 416 (315)

 

Topics in Human Biology

ANT 4XX

ANT 418

 

Biomedical Anthropology

ANT 4XX

ANT 450

 

Medical Anthropology

ANT 4XX

CLA 207L

 

Egyptian Archaeology

ANT 2XX

CLA 208L

 

Greek Archaeology

ANT 2XX

ART

ART 105

 

Beginning Drawing

ATS 101

ARH 170L

 

Survey of Art in the Western World I

ATH 121

ARH 171L

 

Survey of Art in the Western World II

ATH 122

 

 

 

 

ATM 100N

 

The Atmosphere

GLY 371

ATM 107N

 

The Oceans

GLY 397

Biology

BIO 100

 

Contemporary Biology

BIO 1XX

BIO 102

 

General Biological Sciences

BIO 111

BIO 110F/N

 

General Biology I

BIO 110/201

BIO 111F/N

 

General Biology II

BIO 111/202

BIO 112

 

Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO 301

BIO 113

 

Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO 302

BIO 117

 

Nutrition

HLH 232 -HLH maj.

 HLH 323 – non maj

BIO 199

 

Issues in Biological Sciences

SCI 1XX

BIO 205

 

Human Genetics

BIO 306

BIO 212

 

Introductory Genetics

BIO 312

BIO 217

 

Cell Biology

BIO 210

BIO 230N

 

People and Resources in Ecological Perspective

SCI 2XX

BIO 314

 

Microbiology Biology

BIO 304 or 303

BIO 319

 

Field Biology

BIO 310

 

 

 

 

CAS 109

 

Intermediate Science Research (for Biological sciences area)

BIO 437

CAS 110

 

Intermediate Methods of Research

LAS 1XX

CAS 209

 

Advanced Science Research

BIO 438

CAS 131

 

Diversity & Equity in America

LAS 1XX

CAS 198

 

Spec. Topics Humanities 

LAS 1XX

CAS 210

 

Adv Methods Research

LAS 2XX

 

 

 

 

CLC 105

 

Myth of Greek World

ENG 280

Chemistry

CHM 120 & 124 LAB

 

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHM 121 & 125 LAB

 

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

CHM 220 and 222 lab

 

 Organic Chemistry 

CHE 301

CHM 221

 

Organic Chemistry II

CHE 302

CHM 223

 

Organic Chemistry Lab II

CHE 304

CHM 420

 

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE 340

Communication

COM 100M

 

Human Communication: Language & Social Action

COM 100

COM 203

 

Speech Composition and Presentation

COM 210

COM 201

 

Interpersonal Communication

COM 300

COM 204

 

Group Communication

COM 340

COM 265

 

Intro Communication Theory

COM 2XX

Educational & Counseling Psychology

CPY 120

 

Psychology of Academic & Personal Effectiveness

PSY 2XX

 

 

 

 

CRJ 302

 

Punishment and Corrections

CRM 464

Computer Science

CSI 102

 

Microcomputer Software

CAP 100

CSI 124

 

Computer Security Basics

CAP 1XX

Earth & Atmospheric Sciences

GEO 100N

 

Planet Earth

GLY 160

ATM 100

 

The Atmosphere

GLY 371

ATM 107N

 

The Oceans

GLY 397

Economics

ECO 110M

 

Principles of Economics I: Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECO 111M

 

Principles of Economics II: Macroeconomics

ECO 110

ECO 202

 

The American Economy

LAS 2XX

ECO 314

 

History of Economic Thought

ECO 303

ECO 350

 

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

 

Introduction to Analytical Writing

CPN 100

ENG 102

 

Introduction to Creative Writing

PWR 2XX

ENG 105

 

Introduction to Writing in English Studies

CPN 101

ENG 121L

 

Reading Literature

ENG 200

ENG 122E/L

 

Reading Prose Fiction

ENG 202

ENG 123L/E

 

Reading Drama

ENG 204

ENG 124E/L

 

Reading Poetry

ENG 203

ENG 210

 

Intro to English Studies

ENG 200

ENG 222

 

World Literature

ENG 2XX

ENG 226   Focus on a Literary Form or Mode

ENG 200

ENG 320

 

British Novel I

ENG 355

ENG 321

 

British Novel II

ENG 356

ENG 432

 

American Literature to 1815

ENG 325

ENG 433

 

American Literature 1865-1920

ENG 326

 

 

 

 

EST 300

 

Social Foundations of Education

INT 270 or LAS 3XX

 

 

 

 

GEO 100 or 102

4

Planet Earth & Physical Geology Lab 

GLY 171

Geography

GOG 101N

 

Intro to the Physical Environment

GRY 110

GOG 102

 

Intro Human Geography

GRY 125

GOG 102M

 

Place, Space, and Landscape

GRY 120

GOG 125M

 

The American City

GRY 1XX

GOG 220M

 

Intro to Urban Geography

GRY 250

 

 

 

 

PLN 220M

 

Intro to Urban Planning

LAS 2XX

Foreign Language

A ITA 103L

 

Intermediate Italian I

ITA 201

A ITA 104L

 

Intermediate Italian 2

ITA 202

A SPN 103I

 

Intermediate Spanish 1

SPA 201

A SPN 104I

 

Intermediate Spanish 2

SPA 202

DCH 101

 

Elementary Dutch

LAS 1XX

RUS 101

 

Elementary Russian

LAS 1XX

FRE 101L

 

Beginning French I

FRE 101

FRE 102L

 

Beginning French II

FRE 102

FRE 221I/L

 

Intermediate French I

FRE 201

FRE 222I/L

 

Intermediate French II

FRE 202

FRE 301

 

Structural Review of French

FRE 309

FRE 306

 

Comprehension and Pronunciation of French

FRE 305

History

HIS 100

 

American Political and Social History I

HIS 200

HIS 101

 

American Political and Social History II

HIS 201

HIS 130

 

History of European Civilization I

HIS 110

HIS 131

 

History of European Civilization II

HIS 111

HIS 158

 

The World in the 20th Century

HIS 1XX

HIS 300

 

The History of American Indians and the U.S.

HIS 314

HIS 305

 

Colonial America to 1763

HIS 300

HIS 306

 

American Revolution 1763-1815

HIS 302

HIS 356

 

World at War 1939-45

HIS 453

 

 

 

 

ISP 100

 

Internet & Info Access

CAP 1XX

 

 

 

 

JST 155

 

Judaism

JST 140

LAW 220

 

Business Law

MGT 265

 

 

 

 

LCS 100

 

Cultures of Latin America

ANT 314

LCS 102

 

Intro Caribbean History

HIS 325

Math

MAT 100

 

Precalculus Mathematics

MAT 115

MAT 101

 

Algebra and Calculus I

MAT 121

MAT 105

 

Finite Mathematics

MAT 1XX

MAT 108

 

Elementary Statistics

MAT 201

MAT 111

 

Algebra and Calculus II

MAT 122

MAT 112

 

Calculus I

MAT 135

MAT 113

 

Calculus II

MAT 236

MAT 220

 

Linear Algebra

MAT 272

MAT 221

 

Discrete Mathematics

MAT 224

MAT 311

 

Ordinary Differential Equations

MAT 430

MAT 368

 

Statistics and Continuous Probability

MAT 446

Management

MGT 481

 

Strategic Management

MGT 454

 

 

 

 

MSI 215

 

Computer Applications in Business

CAP 204

Music

MUS 100L

 

Introduction to Music

MUS 100

A MUS 115L

 

Jazz: America’s Music

MUS 332

CPY 120

 

Psychology of Academic & Personal Effectiveness

PSY 2XX

Philosophy

PHI 110L

 

Introduction to Philosophical Problems

PHI 100

PHI 111

 

The Mind and the World

PHI 1XX

PHI 114L

 

Morals and Society

PHI 135

PHI 115L

 

Moral Choices

PHI 1XX

PHI 210L

 

Introduction to Logic

PHI 111

PHI 212L

 

Introduction to Ethical Theory

PHI 2XX

PHI 214

 

World Religions

RLS 200

PHI 310

 

Ancient Philosophy

PHI 201

PHI 329

 

American Philosophy Since 1860

PHI 250

Physics

PHY 103

 

Exploration of Space

PHY 1XX

PHY 105N & PHY 106 Lab

 

General Physics I

PHY 201

PHY 108N & 109 Lab

 

General Physics II

PHY 202

PHY 140

 

Physics I: Mechanics

PHY 420

 

 

 

 

Psychology

 

 

 

PSY 101M

 

Introduction to Psychology

PSY 101

PSY 200

 

Intro Psychological Process Schooling

PSY 332

PSY 340

 

Psychology of Human Sexuality

PSY 340

PSY 203

 

Psychology of Child Development

PSY 231

PSY 210

 

Statistical Methods in Psychology

PSY 201

PSY 211

 

Experimental Psychology

PSY 202

PSY 214

 

Intro Biopsychooogy & Behavioral Neuroscience

PSY 2XX

PSY 270

 

Social Psychology

PSY 422

PSY 327

 

Personality

PSY 322

PSY 329

 

Health Psychology

PSY 435

PSY 333

 

Childhood Behavior Disorder (need syllabus for PSY 433?)

PSY 3XX

PSY 338

 

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

PSY 381

 

Memory and Cognition

PSY 313

PSY 382

 

Sensation and Perception

PSY 412

PSY 384

 

Motivation

PSY 311

Political Science

POS 100   Intro to Political Science

POL 1XX

POS 101M and 101G

 

American Politics

POL 100

POS 102M or G

 

Comparative and International Politics

POL 101

POS 204

 

Sel Problems Pol Science

POL 2XX

POS 321 or 205

 

State and Local Government

POL 326

Sociology

SOC 115M/G

 

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 150

SOC 180 M/G

 

Social Problems

SOC 1XX

SOC 221

3

Statistics for Sociologists

SOC 494

SOC 235

 

Sociological Theory

SOC 2XX

SOC 250

 

Sociology of Families

SOC 470

SOC 255

 

Mass Media

COM 301

SOC 262

 

Sociology of Gender

SOC 401

SOC 326

 

Soc of Race, Gender & Class

COM 383

SOC 381

 

Criminology

CRM/SOC 463

SOC 283M

 

Juvenile Delinquency

CRM 462

 

 

 

 

SPE 460

 

Intro to Human Exceptionalities

SPE 270

SPH 202

 

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

HLH 2XX

Spanish

SPN 100L

 

Elementary Spanish I

SPA 101

SPN 101L

 

Elementary Spanish II

SPA 102

SPN 103L

 

Intermediate Spanish I

SPA 201

SPN 104L

 

Intermediate Spanish II

SPA 202

 

 

 

 

Theatre

THR 107L

 

Introduction to Dramatic Art

THT 100

THR 140

 

Fundamentals of Acting

THT 120

THR 340

 

Acting II

THT 220

 

 

 

 

UNL 205

 

Information Literacy

LAS 2XX

UNI 100

 

Freshman Experience

CLS 101

UNI 152

 

Human Identity and Technology

LAS 1XX

UNI 151/UNI 153

 

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

 

 

 

 

 

WSS 101

 

Intro to Feminism

WST 1XX

WSS 240

 

Classism, Racism & Sexism

WST 2XX