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SUNY Empire State College

State University of New York College at Cortland

Credit Equivalencies – SUNY Empire State College

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


ESC grading policy:  A narrative evaluation helps you to know which of these goals and expectations have been successfully addressed and which require more concentrated effort. The evaluation is more detailed than an overall "good" or "fair" and provides you with more information than a letter grade.  If you have requested a letter grade, the grade will not be in lieu of a narrative evaluation but will become a part of it.  Letter grades can be automatically assigned for students enrolled in an online course. Students that would like a letter grade assigned for an online course should simply check the "letter grade" option on the online registration form.

Empire State CollegeCourse Title (Empire State College)SUNY Cortland Equivalent
Art    
122024 The Photographic Vision ATS 114
     
Biology    
172364 Human Biology BIO 1XX
271504 Ecology, Adaptation, and Sustainable Development EST 100
     
Computer Applications    
  Computer Information Systems CAP 100
171454 Microcomputer Applications CAP 100
     
Communications    
222304 Communications for Professionals COM 320
222332 Interpersonal & Small Group Communications (2cr.) COM 3XX
122332 Interpersonal and Small Group Communication (4cr) COM 320
     
Economics/Management    
  Money and Banking ECO 431
112014 Accounting I MGT 254
112024 Accounting II MGT 255
112214 Macro Economics ECO 110
112224 Micro Economics ECO 111
113504 Human Resource Management & Development ECO/MGT 385
112414 Marketing Principles MGT 253
     
English/Composition    
121624 College Writing CPN 100
221404 Intro to Literature ENG 200
222404 American Literature: 1600-1865 ENG 325
222414 American Literature: 1865-Present ENG 326
124404 Scriptwriting ENG 304
222514 Children's Literature: Introductory ENG 2XX
224524 Children’s Literature: Advanced ENG 373
223554 Shakespeare (4cr) ENG 433
     
Health    
172354 Human Nutrition HLH 323/232
     
History    
142104 World History 1 – to 1600 HIS 100
142114 World History 2 – 1600-Present HIS 101
141214 United States History 1 – 1492-1865 HIS 200
141224 United States History 2 – 1865 to Present HIS 201
143294 Vietnam: A Cross-National Interdisciplinary  Perspective HIS 430
143324 Modern China HIS 384
243254 Women’s & Family History in America: Colonial Period to Present HIS 317
     
Math    
172384 Statistics MAT 201
     
Music    
121514 Exploring the World of Music MUS 100
     
Philosophy    
122224 An Intro to Philosophy PHI 100
222244 Intro to Ethics PHI 203
     
Psychology    
HDV 282164 Intro to Psychology PSY 101
114614 Organizational Behavior PSY 342
HDV 284134 Theories of Personality PSY 322
184074 Abnormal Psychology PSY 421
184064 Social Psychology PSY 422
HDV 284334 Educational Psychology PSY 332
     
Political Science    
161204 The American Political System: Intro American Govt POL 100
162224 State and Local Government POL 326
262224 State and Local Government POL 326
262454 International Politics & Relations POL 3XX
     
Sociology    
182124 Intro to Sociology SOC 150
164604 Juvenile Justice and Delinquency SOC 462
183304 Family & Society SOC 470
     
Spanish    
221304 Intro to Spanish I SPA 101
221314 Intro to Spanish 2 SPA 102