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SUNY Farmingdale

State University of New York College at Cortland

Credit Equivalencies - SUNY Farmingdale

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.

SUNY Farmingdale Credits Course Title (Farmingdale) SUNY Cortland

Automotive Technology

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX. 

Anthropology

ANT 100 3 Introduction to Anthropology ANT 102
ANT 110 3 Sociocultural Anthropology ANT 201
ANT 120 3 Archaeology ANT 103
ANT 130 3 North American Indians ANT 301
ANT 210 3 Modern Anthropology and Globalization  
ANT 211 3 Caribbean Cultures  
ANT 220 3 Religion, Witchcraft & Magic ANT 2XX
ANT 240 3 Women,Men and Social Change  
ANT 250 3 Forensic Anthropology ANT 2XX

Arabic

ARA 131 3 Arabic I (Elementary) ARA 101
ARA 132 3 Arabic II (Elementary) ARA 102
ARA 233 3 Arabic III (Intermediate) ARA 201
ARA 234 3 Arabic IV (Intermediate) ARA 202

Architecture

ARC 251 3 Architectural Design I  
ARC 253 3 Architectural Design II  
ARC 263 3 Mechanical,Electrical,Plumbing and Energy Systems in Buildings  
ARC 272 3 Construction Design  
ARC 350W 3 Architectural Theory and Design Factors  
ARC 362 3 History of Western Architecture  
ARC 363 3 Site Planning & Design  
ARC 366 3 Architectural Design III  
ARC 399 3 Applied Research Topics  
ARC 466 3 Architectural Design IV  
ARC 496 3 Design Capstone Project  

Art History

ART 123 3 Art History ATH 120
ART 200 3 History of Graphic Design ATH 2XX
ART 201 3 Survey of Art History: Prehistoric Times through Middle Ages ATH 121
ART 202 3 Survey of Art History: Early Renaissance To the Present ATH 122
ART 242 3 Italian Renaissance Art ATH 340
ART 244 3 Visual Studies & Studio in Northern Europe ATH 2XX
ART 245 3 Visual Art Studios and Studio on Greece ATH 326
ART 301 3 The Arts in the Twentieth Century ATH 357
ART 302 3 Art History: Survey of American Art ATH 323

Aviation

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX. 

Computer Systems

BCS 101 Programming Concepts and Problem Solving MCS 186
BCS 102 Computer Concepts and Applications  CAP 100
BCS 105 Basic Networking Fundamentals I  
BCS 106 Basic Networking Fundamentals II  
BCS 120 Foundations of Programming I MCS 186
BCS 130 Website Development I CAP 238/2XX
BCS 136 Programming in COBOL - 1  
BCS 148 8086/88 Assembler Programming I  
BCS 185 Programming in Visual Basic  
BCS 202 Computer Concepts for Business/Sport Management  
BCS 204 Comparative Programming Languages  
BCS 205 Hardware and Software Selection  
BCS 208 Networking Fundamentals I  
BCS 209 Networking Fundamentals II  
BCS 215 3 UNIX Operating System  
BCS 230 Foundations of Computer Programming II  
BCS 232 Electric Commerce  
BCS 237 Intermediate Cobol Programming  
BCS 240 Website Development II  
BCS 250 JavaScript  
BCS 255 Operating Systems  
BCS 260  Database  
BCS 262 Data Communications  
BCS 285  Advanced Programming in Visual Basic  

Biology

BIO 120 General Biology BIO 110 or SCI 1XX
BIO 123 Human Biology in Health & Disease SCI 1XX
BIO 125 Principles of Nutrition HLH 323 or 232 
BIO 130 Biological Principles I BIO 110 or 201
BIO 131 Biological Principles II BIO 111 or 202
BIO 135 Intro Oceanography SCI 1XX
BIO 166 Principles of Human Anatomy and Physiology SCI 1XX
BIO 170 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 301
BIO 171 Human Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 302
BIO 192 Biology I (Botany) BIO 201
BIO 193 Biology II (Zoology) BIO 202
BIO 197 Human Biology SCI XXX
BIO 198 Entomology BIO 408
BIO 210 Introduction to Bioscience BIO 2XX
BIO 212 Bioscience Laboratory Practices BIO 2XX
BIO 220 Medical Microbiology BIO 303
BIO 223 4 Principles of Ecology  
BIO 235 Marine Biology BIO 315
BIO 240 3 Bioethics LAS 2XX
BIO 256 3 Environmental Sampling & Analysis  
BIO 290 3 Entomology II  
BIO 294 3 Vertebrate Physiology - Theory  
BIO 295 1 Vertebrate Physiology Laboratory  
BIO 316 4 General Microbiology BIO 304
BIO 340 3 Biopharmaceutical Regulation  
BIO 343 3 Principles of Genetics - Theory  
BIO 344 1 Principles of Genetics - Laboratory  
BIO 345 3 Introduction to Bioinformatics  
BIO 348 & 349L 4 Cell Biology & Lab BIO 210
BIO 353 & 354L 4 Essentials of Plant Pathology & Lab  
BIO 355 4 Ecological Topics:The Structure and Function of Nature  
BIO 380 3 Pre-Professional Experience I  
BIO 381 3 Pre-Professional Experience II  
BIO 415 3 Human Virology  
BIO 416 4 Industrial Microbiology  
BIO 441 5 Introduction to Molecular Biology  
BIO 444 4 Forensic Molecular Biology  
BIO 450 4 Pharmaceutical Production Methods  
BIO 452 Biomaterial Processing   
BIO 455 3 Validation and Regulatory Affairs  
BIO 457 4 Bioinformatics Senior Project  
BIO 460 3 Topics in Biology  
BIO 470W 3 Bioscience Senior Seminar  
BIO 476-486 1-4 Bioscience Internship Series  
BIO 490 8 Senior Research Project  

Business Administration

BUS 101 Accounting I MGT 254
BUS 102 Accounting II MGT 255
BUS 109 Management Theories & Practices MGT 250
BUS 111 Intro to Business MGT XXX
BUS 121 3 Business Mathematics MAT 1XX
BUS 131 Marketing Principles MGT 253
BUS 141 Contemporary Business Communications PWR 398
BUS 188 3 Advertising Practices and Applications MGT 1XX
BUS 201 Corporate Finance ECO 352
BUS 202 Business Law I MGT 265
BUS 232 3 Electronic Commerce MGT 2XX
BUS 240 Business Statistics ECO 221
BUS 250 3 Consumer Behavior MGT 2XX
BUS 251 3 Retailing MGT 2XX
BUS 253 3 Industrial Marketing MGT 2XX
BUS 254 3 Salesmanship MGT 2XX
BUS 256 3 Sales Management MGT
BUS 257 3 Advertising Principles COM 421
BUS 258 3 Production Management MGT 2XX
BUS 259 Public Relations COM 422
BUS 266 Personnel/Human Resource Management MGT 385
BUS 267 Small Business Management MGT 2XX
BUS 268 3 Industrial Purchasing MGT 2XX
BUS 271 3 Intermediate Accounting I MGT 2XX
BUS 272 3 Intermediate Accounting II MGT 2XX
BUS 273 3 Cost Accounting MGT 2XX
BUS 278 1-3 Business Project MGT 2XX
BUS 280 3 International Business MGT 2XX
BUS 291 3 Investments MGT 2XX
BUS 300 3 Operations Management MGT 3XX
BUS 303 3 Planning & Controlling Operations MGT 3XX
BUS 304 3 Business Law II MGT 3XX
BUS 305 3 Entrepreneurship MGT 3XX
BUS 306 3 Project & Contract Management MGT 3XX
BUS 310 3 Principles of Taxation MGT 3XX
BUS 311 3 Organizational Behavior PSY 342
BUS 312 3 Purchasing & Supply Chain Management MGT 3XX
BUS 316 3 Customer Relations & Quality MGT 3XX
BUS 317 3 Enterprise Resource Planning MGT 3XX
BUS 320 3 International Marketing & Global Markets  
BUS 321 3 International Law  
BUS 322 3 International Management  
BUS 327 3 Risk Management & Insurance  
BUS 330 3 Cost Management Systems  
BUS 340 3 Advanced Business Statistics  
BUS 352 3 Employment Law  
BUS 366 3 International Human Resource Management  
BUS 379-382 3-12 Business Internship I  
BUS 400 3 Quality Techniques  
BUS 401 3 Quality Management  
BUS 404 Financial Markets and Institutions ECO 455
BUS 406 3 Business Organization Law  
BUS 409 3 Strategic Management  
BUS 410 3 Senior Project  
BUS 411 3 Financial Statement Analysis  
BUS 412 3 Business,Government & Society  
BUS 413 3 Advanced Enterprise Resource Planning  
BUS 421 Advanced Topics: Corporate Finance ECO 452
BUS 431 3 Managerial & Internal Controls within the Business Enterprise  
BUS 450 3 American Business History  
BUS 460 3 Leadership & Ethics  
BUS 470 3 Advanced Accounting  
BUS 471 3 Auditing  
BUS 479-482 3-12 Business Internship II  

Chinese

CHI 151 3 Chinese I Elementary CHI 101
CHI 152 3 Chinese II Elementary CHI 102

Chemistry

CHM 111 & 112 Chemistry & the Public Interest & Lab CHE 125
CHM 124 Principles of Chemistry CHE 121
CHM 140 Intro to General Organic & Biochemistry CHE 1XX
CHM 152 General Chemistry Principles I CHE 221
CHM 153 General Chemistry Principles II CHE 222
CHM 160 Intro to Organic Chemistry  
CHM 270 Organic Chemistry I CHE 301
CHM 271 Organic Chemistry II CHE 302 & 304
CHM 285 4 Physiological Chemistry  
CHM 324 4 Introduction to the Chemistry of Materials  
CHM 380   Biochemistry CHE 451

Computer Science

CMP 125 4 Discrete Structures I - Foundations of Computer Science  
CMP 130 3 Principles of Computing  
CMP 202 3 Assembly Language  
CMP 206 3 Numerical Methods  
CMP 227 3 Data Structure  
CMP 255 3 Principles of Programming Languages  

Construction

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

Criminal Justice

CRJ 100 3 Introduction to Criminal Justice POL 303
CRJ 101 Law Enforcement and Community Relations LAS XXX
CRJ 102 Juvenile Delinquency SOC 462
CRJ 105 3 Corrections in America  
CRJ 115 3 Computer Forensics  
CRJ 200W Criminal Investigation CRM 22XX
CRJ 201 Criminalistics CRM 2XX
CRJ 203 Criminology CRM/SOC 463
CRJ 204 Criminal Law CRM 377
CRJ 205 Criminal Procedure Law CRM 2XX
CRJ 211 Law Enforcement Administration CRM 2XX
CRJ 217 3 Computer Forensics II  
CRJ 218 3 Computer Forensics III  
CRJ 230 3 Biometrics & Identity Theft  
CRJ 300 3 Forensic Psychology  
CRJ 302 3 Managing Security Systems  
CRJ 307 3 Criminal Justice Database Operations  
CRJ 308 3 Forensic Technology  
CRJ 310,311,312 3 Computer Security I,II,III  
CRJ 314 3 Security Law and Policy  
CRJ 321 3 Access Control  
CRJ 322 3 Intrusion Detection  
CRJ 404 3 Cyber Law & Electronic Espionage  
CRJ 406 4 Crime Analysis and Mapping  
CRJ 407 4 Crime Prevention Systems  
CRJ 410 3 Senior Project  
CRJ 420 4 Physical Security I  
CRJ 421 3 Physical Security II  
CRJ 430 3 Forensic DNA Analysis  

Dental Hygiene

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

Economics

ECO 156 3 Principles of Economics (Macroeconomics) ECO 110
ECO 157 Principles of Economics (Microeconomic) ECO 111
ECO 250 3 Quantitative Analysis for Economics  
ECO 255 3 Money and Banking  
ECO 259 3 Contemporary Economic Problems and Issues  
ECO 260 3 Intermediate Microeconomics  
ECO 262 3 Managerial Economics  
ECO 270 3 Intermediate Macroeconomics  
ECO 303 3 Arts & Entertainment Economics  
ECO 304 3 Sports Economics ECO 366
ECO 310 3 Health Economics and Policy  
ECO 312 Economics of Non-Profit Organizations,NGO's & Philanthropic Organizations   
ECO 320 3 Internet and Network Economics  
ECO 321 3 Engineering Economics  
ECO 330  3 Modern Economic Thought  
ECO 340 3 International Trade  
ECO 341 3 International Finance  
ECO 342 3 Financial Economics  
ECO 350 3 Economics of Global Disasters  
ECO 358 3 Economics of Labor  
ECO 380 3 Econometrics  
ECO 401 3 Industrial Organization  
ECO 410 3 Public Finance/Public Sector Economics  
ECO 412 3 Cost-Benefit Analysis  
ECO 415 3 Planning Theory and Analysis  
ECO 420 3 Economics of Science & Technology  
ECO 430 3 Urban & Regional Economics  
ECO 435 3 Environmental Economics & Policy  
ECO 440 3 Topics in Applied Economics  
ECO 441  Economics of Gender   
ECO 480 3 Forecasting  
ECO 489 3 Internship  
ECO 490W 3 Economic Research and Reporting  
ECO 491 3 Applied Economic Analysis/Senior Project  

Electrical Engineering Technology

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

English

EGL 101 Composition:  Rhetoric CPN 100
EGL 102 Composition:  Literature ENG 200 or
 CPN 101
EGL 105 Honors Freshman Composition CPN 100
EGL 200 Shakespeare ENG 433
EGL 201 English Literature: Old English through the 18th Century ENG 355
EGL 202 English Literature: 19th Century to Present ENG 356
EGL 203 American Literature: Beginnings to 1865 ENG 325
EGL 204 American Literature: 1865 to Present ENG 326
EGL 206 World Literature: Classics ENG 220
EGL 207 World Literature: Moderns ENG 221
EGL 209 Technical Communication PWR 393
EGL 210 Introduction to Drama ENG 204
EGL 212 Introduction to Fiction ENG 202
EGL 214 Introduction to Poetry ENG 203
EGL 216 Creative Writing PWR 212
EGL 222 Women in Literature ENG 261
EGL 225 3 Images of Women in Drama ENG 2XX
EGL 228 Classics and Mythology ENG 280
EGL 230 3 The Literature of the Bible  
EGL 232 3 Immigrant Literature:Voices of Multicultural America  
EGL 240 3 Themes in Science Fiction in Film and Lit  
EGL 242 Film and Literature ENG 278
EGL 244 3 Classics of Supernatural Film & Literature  
EGL 246 3 Themes in Literature  
EGL 266 3 Fantasy in Literature and Film  
EGL 269 3 The Romantic Arts: Art,Dance,Literature & Music  
EGL 301 3 Advanced Grammar and Vocabulary  
EGL 302 3 Nineteenth Century English Novel  
EGL 306 3 From Farm to Factory:The Transformation of America 1820-1920  
EGL 307 Special Topics in Literature  
EGL 308 3 The City in Literature,Art,Film and Theatre  
EGL 309 3 Voices of Black America in Poetry, Prose and Song  
EGL 310 Technical Writing PWR 393
EGL 311 3 Introduction to Writing for Electronic Media  
EGL 312 3 Major Authors in American Literature  
EGL 314 Major Authors in World Literature ENG 411
EGL 316 3 Women in Modern American Literature  
EGL 317 3 Studies in Shakespeare  
EGL 318 3 Advanced Creative Writing  
EGL 319 3 Modern Drama  
EGL 322 3 Leadership in Fact,Fiction and Film  
EGL 323 3 Major Authors in British Literature  
ENG 330 3 Classical Greek Tragedy: Aeschylus,Sophocles and Euripides  
EGL 331 3 Death,Madness, and Sex: The Victorians  
EGL 430 3 History of the English Language  

Environmental Studies

ENV 101 3 Energy Sustainability and Environment  
ENV 203 3 Sustainability in Architecture and Construction  
ENV 210 3 Energy Policy and Standards  
ENV 301 Energy in Electronics & Computer Systems   
ENV 305,310 3 Renewable Energy Systems I & II  
ENV 450 3 Capstone Project/Research  

Farmingdale First Program

FFP 101 1 The Freshman Experience  GEN 1XX
FFP 103 2 Career Planning for Freshman  GEN 1XX

French

FRE 101 French I (Elementary) FRE 101
FRE 102 French II (Elementary) FRE 102
FRE 203 French III (Intermediate) FRE 201
FRE 204 French IV (Intermediate) FRE 202
FRE 301 3 French V (Advanced)  
FRE 302 3 French VI (Advanced)  

Undeclared Major

FRX 101 1 The Freshman Experience  GEN 1XX
FRS 103 2 Career Planning for Freshmen  GEN 1XX

German

GER 111 German I (Elementary) GER 101
GER 112 German II (Elementary) GER 102
GER 213 German III (Intermediate) GER 201
GER 214 3 German IV (Intermediate) GER 202
GER 301 German V (Advanced)* GER 3XX
GER 302 German VI (Advanced)* GER 3XX
    *meets foreign language req. for BA degree  

Computing Graphics

GPH 103 1 Technical Drafting  
GPH 104 1 Introduction to Computer Graphics  

History

HIS 114 3 Western Civilization I HIS 110
HIS 115 Western Civilization II HIS 111
HIS 117 3 World Civilization HIS 100
HIS 118 3 World Civilization II HIS 101
HIS 121 U.S. History to Reconstruction HIS 200
HIS 122 U.S. History Since Reconstruction HIS 201
HIS 125 The American Experience HIS 1XX
HIS 126 The West & the World HIS 101
OR HIS 111
HIS 200 3 Introduction to Historical Methods HIS 2XX
HIS 211 3 The World and its Peoples  
HIS 212 Technology,Politics and the Modern World HIS 1XX
HIS 213 Peoples and Cultures of Asia HIS 386
HIS 215 3 The World of Islam  
HIS 216 3 History of Central Asia:From Genghis to Borat  
HIS 217 3 From Constantine to Columbus:Western Civilization in the Middle Ages  
HIS 220 3 Ethnic and Immigration History  
HIS 231 3 Europe and its Peoples  
HIS 233 3 Comparative Religions and Cultures  
HIS 240 3 History of Public Health Care and Medicine  
HIS 243 3 Science and the West:From Nawton to the Present  
HIS 302 3 Civil War and Reconstruction  
HIS 305 3 Culture & Technology: The Industrial Revolution in England, 1750-1880  
HIS 306 3 From Farm to Factory: The Transformation of America 1820-1920  
HIS 307 3 Iron & Blood - Technology and Politics in Germany 1815-Present  
HIS 310   Russia Since 1917 HIS 334
HIS 317 Irish History   
HIS 319 3 Special Topics in History  
HIS 320 3 Prometheus Unbound:Science,Technology and Society in Europe 1700-Present  
HIS 321 3 America and the World  
HIS 322 3 American History Through Film  
HIS 323 3 Contemporary America  
HIS 324 3 Roots of Black Americans  
HIS 325 3 America and the Vietnam War  
HIS 331 3 History of New York State  
HIS 332 3 American Military History  
HIS 333 3 The 1960's in America  
HIS 334 3 The History of New York City  
HIS 335 3 Gender & Technology in Historical Perspective  
HIS 341 3 Terrorism and the Modern World  
HIS 342 3 The History of Television  
HIS 351 3 The Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey  

Ornamental Horticulture

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

Health Studies

HST 101 3 Current Issues in Health  
HST 103 3 Current Topics in Gerontology  
HST 301 3 Health Care Organization  
HST 303 3 Medical Terminology  
HST 305 3 Ethics & Legal Issues in Health Care  

Humanities

HUM 200 3 Introduction to Women's Studies  
HUM 305 3 Culture & Technology: The Industrial Revolution in England, 1750-1880  
HUM 317 3 Special Topics in the Humanities  
HUM 332 3 Intercultural Communication  

Interdisciplinary Studies

IDP 305 3 Culture & Technology: The Industrial Revolution in England, 1750-1880  
IDP 306 3 From Farm to Factory: The Transformation of America 1820-1920  

Industrial Technology

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

Italian

ITA 121 Italian I ITA 101
ITA 122 Italian II ITA 102
ITA 125 3 Italian for Business LAS 1XX
ITA 223 Italian III- Intermediate ITA 201
ITA 224 Italian IV - Intermediate ITA 202
ITA 301 3 Italian V - Advanced ITA 3XX*
ITA 302 3 Italian VI - Advanced ITA 3XX*
*meets foreign language req. for BA degree

Mechanical Engineering Technology

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

Modern Languages

MLG 100 3 Introduction to Language  
MLG 301 French Cinema LAS 3XX
MLG 302 Spanish & Latin America Cinema LAS 3XX
MLG 303 French Cinema LAS 3XX
MLG 304 French Culture & Civilization  
MLG 305 3 Hispanic & Latin American Culture & Civilization  
MLG 306 Italian Culture & Civilization LAS 3XX
MLG 307 3 French & Francophone Fiction & Film  
MLG 308 3 Arabic Culture & Civilization  
MLG 310 Latin American Women Writers LAS 3XX
MLG 311 3 Italian Americans:Perspective of a People  
MLG 312 Contemporary Latin American Short Stories  
MLG 314 3 Hispanic Fiction to Film  
MLG 315 3 Art,Culture & Civilization of Spain  
MLG 316 3 French Fables & Folktales  
MLG 320 3 Latino Writers in the U.S.  

Mathematics

MTH 102 Elementary Discrete Mathematical Models MAT 1XX
MTH 103 Set, Probability & Logic MAT 1XX
MTH 107 Introduction to Mathematical Ideas MAT 105
MTH 110 Statistics MAT 201
MTH 116 College Algebra and Trigonometry MAT 111
MTH 117 Precalculus Modeling for the Life and Social Sciences MAT 115
MTH 129 Pre-Calculus with Applications MAT 115
MTH 130 Calculus I with Applications MAT 135
MTH 131 Applied Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences I MAT 121
MTH 132 Applied Calculus for the Life and Social Sciences II MAT 122
MTH 150 Calculus I MAT 135
MTH 151 Calculus II MAT 236
MTH 236 Calculus II with Applications MAT 236
MTH 245 Linear Algebra MAT 272
MTH 246 3 Introduction to Financial Mathematics  
MTH 250 3 Introduction to graph Theory & Combinatorics  
MTH 252 Calculus III MAT 237
MTH 253 Differential Equations MAT 430
MTH 290 3 Methods of Proof in Advanced Mathematics  
MTH 315W 3 History of Mathematics  
MTH 320 3 Geometric Structures  
MTH 322 3 Advanced Mathematical Analysis  
MTH 325 4 Mathematical Modeling in the Biological Sciences  
MTH 326 3 Mathematical Modeling in Applied Sciences  
MTH 330 3 Applied Abstract Algebra  
MTH 331 3 Introduction to Topology  
MTH 346 3 Continuous -Time Finance  
MTH 354 3 Principles of Real Analysis  
MTH 355 3 Principles of Complex Analysis  
MTH 356 3 Integrated Topics in Math/Physics  
MTH 360  Applied Probability and Statistics   
MTH 365 Vector Calculus   
MTH 385 3 Applied Practical Differential Equations  
MTH 390 3 Methods in Operations Research  
MTH 400 3 Problem Solving Seminar  
MTH 405 3 Seminar in Applied Mathematics  
MTH 422 3 Numerical Methods  
MTH 445 3 Linear Algebra II  
MTH 460 3 Applied Probability and Statistics II  
MTH 490 3 Topics in Applied Mathemetics  

Music

MUS 108 3 Survey of Western Music  MUS 100

Nursing

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

Professional Communications

PCM 226 3 Journalism  
PCM 301 3 Advanced Grammar and Vocabulary  
PCM 305 3 Media in Communications  
PCM 311 3 Introduction to Writing for Electronic Media  
PCM 313W 3 Communications Theory  
PCM 315 3 Research Techniques  
PCM 323 3 Communications in Business I  
PCM 324 3 Report Writing and Technical Communications  
PCM 325 3 Writing in Health and Disease  
PCM 326 3 Sports Writing  
PCM 328 3 Advanced Writing & Editing  
PCM 330 3 Journalism II  
PCM 331 3 Advanced Oral Communications  
PCM 340 3 Special Topics in Professional Communications  
PCM 420 3 Advanced Professional Communications  
PCM 425 3 Documentations Procedures  
PCM 426 3 Culture and Communication  
PCM 428 3 Grant Writing  
PCM 450 3 Internship in Professional Communications  
PCM 460 3 Internship in Professional Communications II  

Physical Education

PED NC1 & NC2 1-2 NCAA Physical Education Credit  
PED 121 1 Introduction to Weight Training and Fitness  
PED 125 1 Introduction to Racquetball  
PED 131 1 Introduction to Golf  
PED 135 1 Introduction to Volleyball  

Philosophy

PHI 103 Philosophy, the Law and the Modern Citizen PHI 100
PHI 105 Philosophy: Classical and Medieval PHI 201
PHI 106 Philosophy: Modern and Contemporary PHI 202
PHI 205 Ethics PHI 135
PHI 207 3 Business Ethics PHI 2XX
PHI 211 Logic PHI 111
PHI 220 3 Special Topics in Philosophy PHI 2XX
PHI 307 3 Philosophy of Science and Technology SCI 300

Physical Science

PHY 110 3 Physical Science - Physical Geology  
PHY 111 3 Physical Science - Historical Geology  
PHY 112 3 Physical Science Survey  
PHY 113 3 Physical Science - Physics  
PHY 114 3 Physical Science - The Environment  
PHY 115 3 Physical Science - Energy  
PHY 116 3 Physical Science - Meteorology  
PHY 117 3 Physical Science - Solar System Astronomy  
PHY 118 3 Physical Science - Stellar Astronomy  
PHY 119 3 Physical Science - Technology   
PHY 120 3 Physical Science - Extraterrestrial Phenomena  
PHY 121 3 Descriptive Classical Physics  
PHY 122 3 Descriptive Modern Physics  
PHY 123 3 The Theory of Everything - The Unification of Physical Law  
PHY 125,126 1 Physical Science Lab I & II  
PHY 128 3 The Physics of Computers and Computation  
PHY 129L 1 Computers in the Physical Sciences  

Physics

PHY 135 College Physics I PHY 105
PHY 136 College Physics II PHY 106
PHY 143 General Physics I (Calculus) PHY 201
PHY 144 General Physics II (Calculus) PHY 202
PHY 151 4 University Physics I PHY 201
PHY 152 and 161 4 University Physics II and PHY 161 lab PHY 202
PHY 253 and 262 4 University Physics III and PHY 262 lab PHY 203
PHY 254 4 Modern Physics PHY 410
PHY 310 3 Analytical Mechanics  
PHY 323  Electromagnetic Theory    
PHY 333 3 Modern Physics with Algebra  
PHY 356 3 Integrated Topics in Math and Physics  
PHY 420 3 Optics  

Politics

POL 105 3 Introduction to Politics POL 1XX
POL 110 3 Introduction to Legal Studies  
POL 250 3 American National Government POL 100
POL 251 State and Local Government POL 326
POL 262 3 Global Politics  
POL 263 3 American Foreign Relations  
POL 265 3 Comparative Politics  
POL 273 3 Italian Politics & Society: Theory & Practice  
POL 277 3 Politics of the Muslim World  
POL 310 3 Introduction to Political Theory  
POL 320 3 Internet Politics  
POL 391 3 Mass Media and Politics  
POL 395 3 Special Topics in Politics  
POL 399 3-15 New York State Legislative Internship  

Psychology

PSY 101 Introduction to Psychology PSY 101
PSY 130 Introduction to Psychology (PLMP) PSY 101
PSY 131 Introduction to Psychology (PATS) PSY 101
PSY 230 3 Gender Psychology PSY 330
PSY 231 Group Dynamics COM 340 or PSY 2XX
PSY 232 Child Development PSY 231
PSY 233 Adolescent Development PSY 232
PSY 234 Social Psychology PSY 422
PSY 235 Abnormal Psychology PSY 421
PSY 237 Theories of Personality PSY 322
PSY 238 3 The Psychology of Human Sexuality PSY 2XX
PSY 240 3 Health Psychology PSY 435
PSY 242 Educational Psychology PSY 332
PSY 248 3 Statistics for Psychology PSY 201
PSY 252 3 Adult Development PSY 334
PSY 253 3 Life Span Development PSY 333
PSY 255 Special Topics in Psychology-Honors PSY 332
PSY 257 3 Teaching of Psychology PSY 2XX
PSY 260 Research Methods I PSY 401
PSY 272 Cognitive Psychology PSY 313
PSY 300 3 Forensic Psychology PSY 3XX
PSY 301 3 Learning PSY 312
PSY 304 3 Multicultural Psychology PSY 3XX
PSY 311 Organizational Behavior PSY 342
PSY 320 3 Sensation and Perception PSY 412
PSY 324 3 Psychological Measurement & Assessment PSY 341
PSY 328 3 Introduction to Human Factors PSY 3XX
PSY 330 3 Organizational Training & Development PSY 3XX
PSY 331 Industrial/Organizational Psychology PSY 342
PSY 340  Behavior Analysis/Modification  PSY 360
PSY 345 4 Human Factory:Systems Analysis and Design PSY 3XX
PSY 405 3 Ergonomics and Biomechanics PSY 4XX
PSY 410 3 Individual and Group Counseling PSY 486
PSY 414 3 Applied Personnel Psychology PSY 4XX
PSY 440,441 3 Human Factory Psychology/Internship Senior Projects I & II  
PSY 442,443 3 Applied Psychology/Internship/Senior Project I & II  

Software Technology

All courses will transfer as Computer Applications Elective credit - CAP XX. 

Sport Management

SMT 202 3 Computer Concepts for Business/Sport Management  
SMT 210 3 Introduction to Sport Management SPM 275
SMT 220 3 Media and Sport  
SMT 304 3 Sport Finance  
SMT 320 3 Sport Administration  
SMT 325 3 Sports Marketing  SPM 360
SMT 326 3 Sport Writing  
SMT 330 3 Nutrition and Sport EXS 357/HLH 357
SMT 335  Special Topics in Sport   
SMT 340  Sport Facility Management   
SMT 400W 3 Sport Management Research Methods  
SMT 409 3 Strategic Sport Management   
SMT 410 3 Sport Law  
SMT 440 to 443 3-12 Sport Management Internship I  
SMT 445 to 448 3-12 Sport Management Internship II  

Sociology

SOC 122 Introductory Sociology SOC 150
SOC 200 3 Introduction to Women's Studies WST 100
SOC 201 Sociology of Education SOC 487
SOC 202 3 Bayou and Cajun Culture SOC 2XX
SOC 205 3 The Sociology of Leisure,Recreation and Tourism  
SOC 220 Sociology of Aging SOC 425
SOC 223 Social Issues and Institutions SOC XXX
SOC 224 Urban Sociology SOC 461
SOC 225 Sociology of Marriage and the Family SOC 470
SOC 226 Contemporary Marriage SOC 2XX
SOC 228 Society and Health SOC 2XX
SOC 229 Minorities in American Society SOC 352
SOC 231 The Promise and Challenge of Multiculturalism SOC 2XX
SOC 235 3 Mass Media and Popular Culture  
SOC 237 3 From Rockabilly to Hip-Hop: The Sociology of Popular Music  
SOC 238 3 Youth Culture  
SOC 240 3 Women,Men and Social Change  
SOC 245 3 Technology,Society and Social Change  
SOC 248 3 Sociology of Sport  
SOC 260 Classical Sociological Theory SOC 492
SOC 262 3 Topics in Sociology  
SOC 263 3 Immigration Past and Present  
SOC 266 Sociological Research Methods SOC 493
SOC 303 3 The Promise and Challenge of Multiculturalism  
SOC 305 3 Culture & Technology: The Industrial Revolution in England, 1750-1880  
SOC 307 3 Field Research in Sociology  
SOC 309 3 Sport in Society:A Sociological Analysis  
SOC 310 Seminar in Sociology   
SOC 315 3 Sociology in the Movies  
SOC 320 3 America: Dream and Reality  
SOC 342 3 Sociology of Deviance,Crime,Sex and Drugs  
SOC 350 3 Global Social Change  

Spanish

SPA 141 Spanish I (Elementary) SPA 101
SPA 142 Spanish II (Elementary) SPA 102
SPA 145 3 Spanish for Medical Personnel  
SPA 146 3

Intermediate Spanish for Medical Personnel II -

Continuation for SPA 145

 
SPA 147,148 3 Spanish For Business I,II  
SPA 149,150 3 Conversational Spanish for Social Services I ,II  
SPA 151,152 3 Spanish for Health Care Personnel I,II  
SPA 243 Spanish III (Intermediate) SPA 201
SPA 244 Spanish IV (Intermediate) SPA 202
SPA 247,248  Commercial Spanish I,II   
SPA 250  Spanish for Native Speakers   
SPA 251 Spanish Composition & Conversation SPA 306
SPA 301 3 Spanish V (Advanced)  
SPA 302 3 Spanish VI (Advanced)  
SPA 303 3 Spanish and Latin American Cinema  
SPA 305 3 Hispanic & Latin American Culture and Civilization  
SPA 310 3 Latin American Women Writers  
SPA 312 3 Contemporary Latin American Short Stories  
SPA 315 3 Art, Culture and Civilization of Spain  
SPA 320 3 Latino Writers in the United States  

Speech

SPE 130 Public Speaking COM 210
SPE 131 3 Voice and Diction COM 1XX
SPE 201 Oral Communication COM 100
SPE 230 3 Effective Executive Speaking COM 210 or 2XX
SPE 330 3 Technical Speech COM 3XX
SPE 331 Advanced Oral Communications COM 210 or 2XX
SPE 332 3 Intercultural Communication COM 302

Telecommunication Technology

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

Theatre

THE 133 Intro to Theatre THT 100

Technology Studies

All courses will transfer as general elective credit - GEN XX.

Visual Communications

VIS 101 Intro to Drawing ATS 101
VIS 102 Interrelationship of Art and Music LAS 1XX
VIS 103 Intro to Photography ATS 114
VIS 104 Intro to Calligraphy ATS 1XX
VIS 105 Intro to Watercolor ATS 1XX
VIS 106 Intro to Pastels ATS 1XX
VIS 110 Drawing I ATS 101
VIS 112 Two-Dimensional Design ATS 102
VIS 114 3 Principles of Color  
VIS 115 3 3D Design ATS 106
VIS 118 1 Creative Concepts Seminar  
VIS 120 Drawing II ATS 201
VIS 124 Photography I ATS 112
VIS 140 3 Introduction to Graphic Design ATS 240
VIS 150 3 Computing & Internet Essentials  
VIS 186 3 Advertising Practices and Applications  
VIS 210 3 Digital Media  
VIS 212 3 Type & Image II  
VIS 214 3 Figure Drawing I  
VIS 220 Desktop Publishing CAP 236
VIS 222 3 Graphic Design  
VIS 224 3 Visual/Verbal Concepts  
VIS 225 3 Photographic Imaging I  
VIS 228 3 4D Design  
VIS 230 3 Digital Illustration  
VIS 240,242 Public Design I, II LAS 2XX
VIS 250 3 Photography II  
VIS 251 2 Storyboard Design  
VIS 252 3 Drawing & Painting Techniques  
VIS 253 3 Internship I  
VIS 254 3 Package Design  
VIS 255 2 Printmaking  
VIS 256 3 Foundations of Illustration  
VIS 257 3 Internship II  
VIS 310 3 Digital Imaging I  
VIS 312 3 Art & Creative Direction  
VIS 322 3 Typography II  
VIS 326 3 Pre-Press Production  
VIS 328 1 Industry Topics Seminar  
VIS 352 3 Graphic Design  
VIS 354 3 Corporate Identity  
VIS 355 3 Advanced Package Design  
VIS 370 3 Desktop Publishing II  
VIS 371 3 Animation  
VIS 372 3 Campaign Production  
VIS 373 3 Multi-Media  
VIS 380 3 Illustrative Style I  
VIS 381 3 Figure Drawing II  
VIS 382  Illustrative Style II   
VIS 383 3 Sculpting & Painting the Figure  
VIS 410 3 Digital Imaging II  
VIS 412 3 Web Page Design  
VIS 414 3 Interaction Design  
VIS 415 3 Senior Project I  
VIS 420 2 Career & Freelance  
VIS 422 3 Advanced Web Page Design  
VIS 425W 3 Senior Project  
VIS 474 3 Agency I  
VIS 475  3 Pre-Press Production II  
VIS 476 3 Agency II  
VIS 477 3 Career & Portfolio  
VIS 484  Illustration Portfolio I   
VIS 485 3 Narrative Illustration  
VIS 486 2 Illustration Portfolio II  
VIS 487 3 Drawing and Painting Studio  

Women's Studies

WST 200 3 Introduction to Women's Studies WST 100
WST 222 3 Women in Literature ENG 261
WST 230 Gender Psychology  PSY 330
WST 240 3 Women,Men and Social Change WST 2XX