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SUNY Brockport

7/16/12

State University of New York College at Cortland

Credit Equivalencies – SUNY Brockport

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

   SUNY Brockport Course Title (SUNY Brockport) SUNY Cortland Equivalent
 

African & Afro American Studies

 
  Credits    
AAS 100 3 Intro to African-American Studies AAS 100
AAS 104 3 Institutional Racism  
AAS 113 3 Introduction to Afro-American History  
AAS 114 3 African-American History II 1865 to Present  
AAS 203 3 Africa: Ancient and Pre-Colonial  
AAS 204 3 African Politics and Society  
AAS 213 3 African Legacy  
AAS 215 3 Caribbean History  
AAS 232 3 African Music and Drumming for Dance MUS 110
AAS 235 3 Introduction to Afro American Literature ENG 251
AAS 271 3 Gender,Race and Class  
AAS 278 3 Afro-American Music & Culture  
AAS 302 3 History of South Africa  
AAS 303 3 Slavery & the Underground Railroad  
AAS 307 3 Exploring the Black Experience  

African and African-American Studies   

AAS 420  1-15 Culture, Pol ChangeAfrica AAS 290
   

 Accounting

 
ACC 280 3 Intro to Accounting MGT 2XX
ACC 281 3 Introduction to Financial Accounting MGT 254
ACC 282 3 Introduction to Managerial Accounting MGT 255
   

 Anthropology

 
ANT 100 3 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology ANT 102
ANT 110 3 Intro Archeology ANT 1XX
ANT 120 3 Human Evolution ANT 300
ANT 317 3 Culture and Aids ANT 3XX
ANT 322 3 Culture & Power ANT 3XX
ANT 330 3 World Poverty ANT 3XX
ANT 342 3 Native American Culture/History ANT 301
ANT 401 3 Native American Art ANT 4XX
ANT 499 3 Politics of Food ANT 4XX

Art History

ARH 201 3 Survey of World Art I – Ancient to Renaissance ATH 121
ARH 202 3 Survey of World Art II: Renaissance to Modern ATH 122
ARH 215 3 Art Appreciation ATH 120
ARH 420 3 20th Century Art ATH 357

Art

ART 101 3 The Visual Art Experience ATH 120
ART 221 3 Drawing I ATS 101
ART 322 3 Drawing II ATS 201
ART 331 3 Intro to Photography ATS 114
ART 371 3 Ceramics I ATS 104
ART 372 3 Ceramics II ATS 204
ART 473 3 Ceramics III ATS 304

American Sign Language

ASL 111 3 Beginning Sign Language I ASL 101
   

 Astronomy

 
AST 211 3 Astronomy PHY 150
   

 Biology

 
BIO 111 4 Principles of Biology BIO 110
BIO 201 4 Biology I BIO 110
BIO 202 4 Biology II BIO 111
BIO 221 4 Survey of Anatomy & Physiology BIO 2XX
BIO 321 4 Anatomy & Physiology I BIO 301
BIO 322 4 Anatomy & Physiology II BIO 302

Business Administration   

BUS 317 3 Intro to Management Information Systems

CAP 100or CAP3XX 

BUS 325 3 Principles of Finance ECO 352
BUS 335 3 Principles of Marketing MGT 253
BUS 365 3 Principles of Management MGT 250
BUS 366 3 Organizational Behavior COM 320
BUS 375 3 Business Law I MGT 265
BUS 461 3 Production & Operations Management MGT 4XX
BUS 465 3 Human Resources Management ECO/MGT 385
BUS 468 3 Advanced Human Resources Topics ECO 4XX
BUS 475 3 Strategic Management MGT 454
   

 Chemistry

 
CHM 205 4 College Chemistry I CHE 221
CHM 206 4 College Chemistry II CHE 222
   

 Computer Science

 
CIS 106 3 End-User Computing CAP 100
   

 Communication

 
CMC 111 3 Communication & Information Literacy COM 210 or 1XX
CMC 201 3 Public Speaking COM 210
CMC 202 3 Princip. Of Communication COM 100
CMC 209 3 Speech Composition & Presentation COM 210
CMC 210 3 Communication Revolutions in Western Civilizations COM 200
CMC 211 3 Protest and Public Opinion COM 2XX
CMC 219 3 Advertising, Mass Persuasion & the Consumer COM 421
CMC 224 3 Newswriting COM 203
CMC 242 3 Fundamentals of Radio & TV COM 2XX
CMC 243 3 Radio/TV Writing I COM 322
CMC 273 3 Interpersonal Communication COM 300
CMC 312 3 Argumentation & Debate COM 241
CMC 316 3 Interpersonal Communication in Business & Professions COM 444
CMC 317 3 Interviewing COM 311
CMC 319 3 Propaganda & Persuasion COM 441
CMC 321 3 Media Reporting & Research COM 3XX
CMC 322 3 Editorial Methods COM 3XX
CMC 324 3 Advanced Media Writing COM 3XX
CMC 325 3 Specialized Writing COM 3XX
CMC 327 3 Publication & Web Design COM 3XX
CMC 332 3 Public Relations Principles & Practices COM 3XX
CMC 334 3 Public Relations Methods & Cases COM 422
CMC 343 3 Broadcast Announcing COM 312
CMC 346 3 Radio Production COM 242
CMC 348 3 Television Production COM 243
CMC 353 3 Broadcast Sales & Marketing COM 3XX
CMC 358 3 TV Directing & Field Production COM 342
CMC 365 1-6 Newspaper Practicum COM 390
CMC 366 3 Broadcast Journalism COM 343
CMC 373 3 Critical Perspectives on Mass Communication COM 333
CMC 410 3 Speakers, Campaigns and Movements COM 339
CMC 411 3 Rhetorical Criticism COM 442
CMC 413 3 Nonverbal Communication COM 341
CMC 415 3 Public Communication in Administration, Business & the Professions COM 320
CMC 417 3 Political Rhetoric in the Information Age COM 4XX
CMC 418 3 Inter-cultural Communication COM 302
CMC 419 3 Freedom of Expression COM 4XX
CMC 432 3 Public Relations Campaigns COM 324
CMC 438 3 History of American Journalism COM 4XX
CMC 445 3 Advanced Radio Production COM 4XX
CMC 446 3 Advanced Television Production COM 4XX
CMC 463 3 Media and Society COM 301
CMC 466 3 Advanced Broadcast Journalism COM 4XX
CMC 467 3 Mass Communication Theory and Research COM 304
CMC 468 3 Media Law COM 400
CMC 472 3 Group Leadership COM 4XX
CMC 473 3 Theories of Communication COM 4XX
CMC 475 3 Communication Internship COM 399
CMC 477 3 Organizational Communication COM 320
CMC 479 3 Conflict Management COM 4XX
CMC 483 3 Communication Training & Development COM 4XX
CMC 490 1-3 Special Topics COM 4XX
CMC 492 3 Theories of Rhetoric COM 443
CMC 493 3 Contemporary Journalism Issues COM 4XX
CMC 495 3 Senior Honors in Radio-TV Production COM 4XX
CMC 496 3 Contemporary Broadcast Issues COM 4XX
CMC 499 1-6 Independent Study in Communication COM 398

Computational Science   

CPS 101 3 Intro to Computational Science CAP 201
   

 Criminal Justice

 
CRJ 101 3 Introduction to Criminal Justice CRM/POL 303
CRJ 203 3 Police Process SOC 333
CRJ 207 3 Corrections SOC 464
CRJ 343 3 Juvenile Justice Process CRM 462

Computer Science  

CSC 104 3 Computers in the Business World CAP 100
CSC 105 3 Internet & Web Publishing CAP 2XX
CSC 120 3 Intro to Computer Science MCS 186
       
DCC 210 3 Human Heritage Exp I LAS 2XX
DCC 215 3 Society/Culture I LAS 2XX
    DeltaCollege Program (all LAS or GEN elective)  
DCC 400 3 Technology, Civilization & Humanity SCI 320
   

 Dance

 
DNS 106 3 Trad Dance African DNC 1XX
   

 Economics

 
ECN 100 3 Contemp. Eco Problems ECO 1XX
ECN 201 3 Princ of Micro Economics ECO 111
ECN 202 3 Princ of Economics- Macro ECO 110
ECN 204 3 Intro Statistics ECO 221
ECN 301 3 Interm Micro-Econ ECO 301
ECN 302 3 Int. Macro Econ ECO 300
ECN 304 3 Intermediate Statistic MAT 3XX
ECN 321 3 Money & Banking ECO 431

Education and Human Development

EDI 413 3 Introduction to Special Education SPE 270
   

 English

 
ENG 101 3 English for Foreign Students LAS 1XX
ENG 102 3 Fundamentals of College Composition CPN 100
ENG 112 3 College Composition CPN 101
ENG 163 3 Literature of Western I ENG 220
ENG 210 3 Creative Writing PWR 2XX
ENG 220 3 World Literature ENG 411
ENG 230 3 British Literature I ENG 355
ENG 231 3 British Literature II ENG 356
ENG 240 3 American Literature I ENG 325
ENG 241 3 American Literature II ENG 326
ENL 237 3 Native American Literature ENG 256
ENG 303 3 Introduction to Literary Analysis ENG 302
ENG 300 3 Advanced Composition ENG 3XX
       
ESC 102 3 Elements of Geography GRY 125
ESC 110 3 Weather GLY 371
ESC 195 4 Natural Disasters SCI 180
ESC 200 3 Oceanography GLY 397
       
FLM 490 3 15 Great Films CIN 4XX
       
GEL 100 3 Our Earth GLY 160
GEL 201 4 Intro Physical Geology GLY 261
GEL 302 4 Historical Geology GLY 262
GEP 100 1 Academic Planning CLS 101
GEP 150 1 Computer Skills CAP 1XX
       
HLS 210 2 First Aid & Community CPR for Athletics

HLH 120 or

HLH 1XX(for HLH majors)

HLS 303 3 Environmental Health HLH 390
HLS 306 3 Contemporary Issues in Health HLH 203
HLS 311 3 Nutrition HLH 323
HLS 412 3 Health Care Administration Planning HLH 4XX
HLS 488 3 Applied Biostatistics and Epidemiology HLH 391
       
HON 112 4 Intro to Honors LAS 1XX
       
HST 101   Ancient World HIS 100
HST 102 3 Modern World HIS 101
HST 211 3 EarlyAmerica HIS 200
HST 212 3 ModernAmerica HIS 201
HST 320   Pre-colonial Africa HIS 321
HST 337 3 Early ModernEurope HIS 346
HST 347 3 19th Century Europe HIS 347
HST 341 3 Mid East Crisis HIS 3XX
HST 343 3 History of the Soviet Union HIS 465
HST 361 3 History of Japan HIS 385
HST 364 3 British History HIS 440
HST 375 3 ColonialLatin America HIS 325
HST 390 3 Research Methods HIS 290
   

 Math

 
MTH 110 3 Intro Math MAT 1XX
MTH 111 3 College Algebra MAT 111
MTH 112 2 College Math MAT 105
MTH 122 3 Pre-calculus MAT 115
MTH 201 4 Calculus I MAT 135
MTH 202 4 Calculus II MAT 236
MTH 203 4 Calculus III MAT 237
MTH 221 3 Calculus for Business, Social and Life Sciences I MAT 121 or ECO 222
MTH 243 3 Elementary Statistics MAT 201
MTH 245   Finite Mathematics MAT 2XX
MTH 281 3 Discrete Math I MAT 224
MTH 313 3 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers I MAT 101
MTH 314 3 Mathematics for Elementary Teachers II MAT 102
MTH 324 3 Linear Algebra MAT 272
MTH 346 3 Probability and Statistics I MAT 446
   

 Music

 
MUS 105 3 Intro to Music MUS 100
MUS 112 3 World Music MUS 101
NAS 273 4 Investigative Physical Science SCI 142
       
QNT 111 3 Quantitative Skills MAT 105
       
PEP 255 1 Taping for Athletic Training ATR 2XX
PEP 356 3 Therapeutic Modalities ATR 3XX
PEP 357 3 Muscle Testing ATR 3XX
PEP 471 1 Clinical Experience in Athletic Training I ATR 4XX
PEP 472 1 Clinical Experience Athletic Training II ATR 4XX
PES 290 3 Ethics of Fair Play in Sport and Life

SPM or EXS 410

PES 305 3 Significance of Physical Activity EXS 3XX
PES 335 4 Physiological Bases for Exercise & Sport EXS 397
PES 350 3 History of Sport, Play and Exercise EXS 197
PES 356   Therapeutic Modalities ATR 3XX
PES 357   Muscle Testing ATR 3XX
PES 385 3 Basic Athletic Training ATR 101 or 421
PES 396 3 Women in Sport EXS 445
PES 411 3 Advanced Athletic Training ATR 3XX
PES 412 3 Athletic Injury Assessment ATR 3XX
PES 413 3 Human Development & Movement EXS 4XX
PES 430 3 Psychology of Sport PSY 346
PES 445 3 Social Psychology of Sport EXS 287
       
PHL 101 3 Intro to Philosophy PHI 100
PHL 102 3 Introduction to Ethics PHI 135
PHI 104 3 Critical Thinking PHI 110
PHL 202 3 Logic PHI 110
PHL 342 3 Business Ethics PHI 3XX
       
PLS 110   Intro Global Studies POL 1XX
PLS 112 3 Comparative Politics POL 101
PLS 113 3 American Politics POL 100
PLS 203 3 Political Thought POL 270
       
PSH 110 or 112 3 General Psychology PSY 101
PSH 301 4 Research Methods in Psychology PSY 401
PSH 331 3 Personality PSY 322
PSH 332 3 Social Psychology PSY 422
PSH 334 3 Abnormal Psychology PSY 421
PSH 384 3 Child Psychology PSY 231
PSH 484 3 Adolescence PSY 232
       
 REL 211 3 Leisure Experience REC 2XX
 REL 302 3 Leisusre & Indiv. & Society REC 271
 REL 305 3 Intro to Therapeutic Recreation REC 330
 REL 306 3 Recrecation for Persons w/ Differing Abilities REC 393
 REL 308 3 Recreatio Programming & Leadership REC 280
 REL 312 3 Mgmt of Recreation & Leisure Services REC 495
 REL 320 3 Leisure Ed in Therapeutic Recreation EDU 4XX
   

 Sociology

 
SOC 100 3 Introduction to Sociology SOC 150
SOC 200 3 Social Statistics MAT 201
SOC 220 3 Social Psychology PSY 422
SOC 304 3 Urban Sociology SOC 461
SOC 371 3 Deviant Behavior SOC 373
   

 Theatre

 
THE 111 3 Intro Theatre THT 100
THE 112 3 Looking at Perf THT 1XX
THE 201 3 Theatre Arts THT 100 or 2XX
THE 221 3 Acting I THT 120
THE 322 3 Acting II THT 220
THE 232 3 Improv. Theatre THT 120 or 2XX
THE 235 3 Stage Lighting I THT 2XX