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SUNY Oswego

5/31/12

State University of New York College at Cortland

 

Credit Equivalencies – SUNY Oswego

 

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 Oswego                    Credits

Course Title (SUNY Oswego)

SUNY Cortland Equivalent

Accounting

ACC 201,202

3

Principles of Accounting I & II

MGT254,255

ACC 321

3

Accounting as a Management Tool

MGT or GEN 300

Anthropology

ANT 112

Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

ANT 280

3

Biological Anthropology

ANT 300

ANT 371

3

Peoples of the Amazon

ANT 3XX

ANT 452

3

Religion and Magic

ANT 4XX

Art

ART 100

3

Intro to the Visual Arts

ATH 120

ART 105

3

Design 1 – Two Dimensional

ATS 102

ART 210

3

Drawing I

ATS 101

ART 240

3

Photography I

ATS 114

ART 250

3

West Heritage I – Survey of Art I

ATH 121

ART 251

3

Western Heritage II – Survey of Art II

ATH 122

Astronomy

AST 100

3 Astronomy PHY 150

Biology

BIO 101

4

General Biology

BIO 110

BIO 203

3

Human Biology

BIO 2XX

BIO 301

3

Topics in Modern Biology

BIO 3XX

BIO 310

3

Microbiology

BIO 303/304

BIO 315 & 316

4

Genetics and Lab

BIO 312

BIO 341

3

Plants and Society

SCI 304

ZOO 305

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology I

BIO 301

ZOO 306

4

Human Anatomy and Physiology II

BIO 302

Business Management

BLW 280

3

Business Law I

MGT 265

BLW 355

3

Legal and Regulatory Environment of Business

MGT 265 or 2XX

MGT 261

3

Business Organizations

MGT 250 or 2XX

MGT 461

3

Supervisory Management

LAS 4XX

MKT 250

3

Marketing Principles

MGT 253

HRM/BUS 386

3

Human Resource Management

ECO/MGT 385

BUS 250

3

Marketing Principles

MGT 253

Chemistry

CHE 101 & 101Lab

3

Survey of Chemistry (CHE 125 w/out lab)

CHE 121

CHE 111

4

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHE 212

4

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

CHE 209

3

Chemistry and Public Concern

CHE 125

CHE 300

3

Environmental Science

EST 100

CHE 305

3

Criminalistic Chemistry

CHE 3XX

CHE 331

4

Organic Chemistry

CHE 301

CHE 332

4

Organic Chemistry II

CHE 302&304

CHE 451

3

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE 340

Communications

COM 100

3

Foundations of Communication

COM 100

COM 210

3

Critical Thinking & Public Speaking (Speech Communication)

COM 210

COM 212

3

Interpersonal Communication

COM 300

COM 215

3

Survey of Public Relations

COM 422

COM 240

3

Group Interaction & Discussion

COM 340

COM 301

3

Communication Theories

COM 200

COM 310

3

Semantics

COM 212

COM 313

3

Public Relations Writing & Mass Media

COM 321

COM 315

3

Design & Layout for Media

LAS 3XX

COM 317

3

Public Relations Research

LAS 3XX

COM 415

3

Advanced Public Relations

LAS 3XX

COM 416

3

Public Relations Strategies & Tech

LAS 3XX

COM 425

3

Communication & Aging

COM 4XX

BRC 108

3

Introduction to Mass Media

COM 301

BRC 225

3

Broadcast Journalism

COM 420

BRC 229

3

Broadcast News writing

COM 202

BRC 235

3

Television Production

COM 243

BRC 301

3

Media Economics

LAS 3XX

BRC 319

3

Mass Media and the Law

COM 400

BRC 326

3

Broadcast News writing

COM 343

BRC 330

3

Telecommunications

GEN 3XX

BRC 350

3

Children, Women & Minorities Media

LAS 3XX

 

     

COG 166

3

Intro to Cognitive Science

LAS 1XX

Creative Writing

CRW 201

3

Screenwriting

LAS 2XX

CRW 208

3

Creative Nonfiction Writing

PWR 315

Computer Science

CSC 101

3

Tools for Computing

CAP 100

CSC 120

3

Intro to Programming

MCS 186

ISC 110

3

Intro to Information Science

CAP 1XX

Counseling & Psychological Services

CPS 310

3

Intro to Counseling

PSY 486

CPS 391

3

Intro to Family Systems

SOC 470

Earth Sciences

ESC 100

3

Earth Science

GLY 171

Economics

ECO 101

3

Principles of Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECO 200

3

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 110

Education

EDU 100

3

Intro to Education

INT 270

EDU 200

3

Critical Thinking: Schools, Homes, Community (SEE ED DEPT)

GEN 2XX

EDU 301

4

School, Pedagogy & Social Justice

EDU 471

EDU 303

3

Field Placement I (w/ EDU 100 - needs 25 hours – 1 cr – for AED 391)

GEN 3XX

English

ENG 101

3

Composition I

CPN 100

ENG 102

3

Composition II

CPN 101

ENG 150

3

Principles of Literary Representation

ENG 2XX

ENG 204

3

Writing about Literature

ENG 302

EWA 205

3

The Nature of Poetry

ENG 203

EWA 206

3

The Nature of Fiction

ENG 202

EWA 208

3

Non-Fiction

ENG 2XX

EWA 209

3

Intro to Journalism

COM 203

ENG 210

3

Western Heritage I: Literature

ENG 220

ENG 211

3

Western Heritage II: Literature

ENG 221

ENG 220

3

Modern Culture and Media

ENG 2XX

ENG 225

3

British Literature from the Beginning to 1800

ENG 355

ENG 226

3

British Literature from 1800 to Present

ENG 356

ENG 235

3

American Literature – from the Beginning to Civil War

ENG 325

ENG 236

3

American Literature – Civil War to Present

ENG 326

ENG 237

3

Ethnicity & Cultural Difference in Literature

ENG 252

ENG 323

3

20th Century British Fiction

ENG 471

ENG 370

3

Women in Literature

ENG 261

ENG 380

3

Narratives of Identity

ENG 3XX

ENG 385

3

Children’s Literature

ENG 373

ENG 386

3

Intro Cinema & Screen Studies

ENG 278

Finance

FIN 325

3

Corporate Finance

ECO 352

 

GEG 100

3

Introduction to Geography

GRY 125

Geology

GEO 100

3

Physical Geology

GLY 261

GEO 200

3

Historical Geology

GLY 262

 

 

GST 302

1-3

Service Learning

GEN 3XX

History

HIS 100

3

The West and the World to 1500

HIS 110

HIS 101

3

The West and the World 1500-1900

HIS 111

HIS 102

3

World History in the Twentieth Century

HIS 1XX

HIS 202

3

History of the United States to 1865

HIS 200

HIS 203

3

History of the United States Since 1865

HIS 201

HIS 206

3

Africa to 1800

HIS 321

HIS 207

3

Africa since 1800

HIS 322

HIS 212

3

Women in History

HIS 3XX

HIS 337

 

Social & Cult. Hist. Of Sports

EXS 197

HIS 248

3

Women in American History 1607-1920

HIS 317

HIS 305

3

Eastern Religious Traditions

HIS/RLS 3XX

HIS 322

3

Nazi Germany

HIS 448

HIS 324

3

Europe since 1945

HIS 348

HIS 354

3

Native American History

HIS 314

HIS 387

3

India: History & Civilization

HIS 3XX

 

HRM 385

3

Organizational Behavior

PSY 342

Health

HSC 101

3

Intro to Health Promotion & Wellness

HLH 210

HSC 241

3

Critical Health Issues

HLH 2XX

HSC 243

3

Standard  First Aid & Safety (3)

HLH 120 or

HLH 1XX (for HLH majors)

HSC 310

3

Disease: Lifestyle and Environment

HLH 3XX

HSC 333

3

Human Response to Stress

HLH 301

HSC 342

3

Health Science for the Teacher

HLH 3XX

HSC 386

3

Wellness/Contemporary Living

HLH 3XX

HSC 460

3

Exercise Prescription & Leadership

EXS 4XX

HSC 448

3

Health Promotion Program Planning

HLH 360

 

HON 140

3

Intellectual Traditions of the West I & II

HIS 110

HON 141

3

American Intellectual Heritage

HIS 311

HON 150

1

Intro to Honors

CLS 101

HON 200

3

Intro to Social Sciences

LAS 2XX

HON 201

3

Interpreting Literature & the Arts

INT 300

HON 300

3

Natural Science in Human Context

SCI 300

HON 350

1

Honors Thesis

LAS 3XX

 

IST 190

1

Global Issues & Awareness

LAS 1XX

 

LIN 100

3

Intro to Linguistics

COM 211

LIT  396

3

Teaching Literacy in Content Areas Grades 7-12 

LIT 449

Mathematics

MAT 102

3

Foundations of Math in the Real World

MAT 105

MAT 103

3

Symmetries

MAT 1XX

MAT 104

3

College Algebra

MAT 111

MAT 106

4

Number Systems and Operations

MAT 101

MAT 120

3

Precalculus

MAT 115

MAT 150

3

Probability & Logical Thought

MAT 1XX

MAT 158

3

Introduction to Statistics A

MAT 201

MAT 206

4

Intro to Geometry and Probability

MAT 102

MAT 208

3

Calculus for Business

MAT 1XX

MAT 210

4

Calculus I

MAT 135

MAT 215

3

Intro to Discrete Mathematics

MAT 224

MAT 220

4

Calculus II

MAT 236

MAT 230

3

Matrix Algebra

MAT 272

MAT 240

4

Multivariable Calculus

MAT 237

MAT 258

3

Intro to Statistics B

MAT 201 or 2XX

MAT 347

3

Analysis A

MAT 328

MAT 330

3

Introduction to Algebra

MAT 370

Meteorology

MET 100

3

Meteorology

GLY 371

Modern Languages

FRE 101

3

Elementary French

FRE 101

FRE 102

3

Continuing Elementary French

FRE 102

FRE 201

3

Intermediate French

FRE 201

FRE 202

3

Continuing Intermediate French

FRE 202

FRE 302

3

Advanced French B

FRE 305

 

 

 

 

SPA 101

3

Elementary Spanish

SPA 101

SPA 102

3

Continuing Elementary Spanish

SPA 102

SPA 201

3

Intermediate Spanish

SPA 201

SPA 202

3

Continuing Intermediate Spanish

SPA 202

SPA 301

3

Advanced Spanish A

SPA 306

SPA 302

3

Advanced Spanish B 

SPA  307

SPA 350

3

Survey Spanish Literature

SPA 315

SPA 352

3

Survey Spanish American Literature A

SPA 313

Music

MUS 101

3

Introduction to Worlds of Music

MUS 101

MUS 110 or 117

3

Intro to Music Listening

MUS 1XX

MUS 112

3

Intro to Music Literature

MUS 100

MUS 210

3

Western Heritage – Survey of Music I

MUS 221

MUS 211

3

Western Heritage – Survey of Music II

MUS 222

MUS 317

3

Evolution of Jazz

MUS 332

 

 

 

 

NAS 100

3

Intro Native American Studies

LAS 1XX

 

 

 

 

OCE 100

3

Oceanography

GLY 397

Public Justice

PBJ 101

3

Intro to Criminal Justice

CRM 303

PBJ 201

3

Survey American Non-Criminal Law

POL 302

PBJ 300

3

Topics in PBJ

CRM 3XX

PBJ 300

3

Child Abuse & the Legal System

HLH 3XX

PBJ 365

3

Intro to Criminal Law

CRM 377

Philosophy

PHL 100

3

Intro to Problems of Philosophy

PHI 100

PHL 101

3

Intro to Critical Thinking

PHI 110

PHL 111

3

Valid Reasoning I – Logic I

PHI 111

PHL 205

3

Ethics I

PHI 135

PHL 235

3

History of Ancient Philosophy

PHI 201

PHL 236

3

History of Modern Philosophy

PHI 202

PHL 306

3

Business Ethics

PHI 2XX

PHL 313

3

Philosophy of Language

PHI 3XX

PHL 442

3

Social Philosophy

PHI 240

Physical Education

PED 215

3

Concepts, Theory & Problems of Athletic Coaching

EXS 230

Physics

PHY 101

3

Intro Physics

PHY 1XX

PHY 103

3

The Realm of Physics

PHY 1XX

PHY 111

4

College Physics I

PHY 105

PHY 112

4

General University Physics

PHY 201

PHY 206

4

Physics for Elem Educ Majors

PHY 2XX

PHY 212

4

College Physics II

PHY 106

PHY 213

4

General University Physics II

PHY 202

Psychology

PSY 100

3

Principles of Human Behavior

PSY 101

PSY 120

3

Race & Gender in US

PSY 330

PSY 280

4

Analysis Psychological Data

PSY 201

PSY 310

3

Topics in Psychology (need description as sub-topic changes)

PSY 3XX

PSY 310

3

Topics Psychology – Psycholinguistics

PSY 350

PSY 322

3

Child Psychology

PSY 231

PSY 323

3

Adolescent Psychology

PSY 232

PSY 330

3

Educational Psychology

PSY 332

PSY 350

3

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

PSY 410

3

Sport Psychology

PSY 346

American Politics & Government

POL 100

3

Intro to Political Science

POL 1XX

POL 205

3

American Government and Politics

POL 100

POL 207

3

Comparative Politics

POL 101

POL 209

3

International Politics

POL 250

POL 211

3

Public Policy & Administration

POL 240

POL 213

3

History of Political Thought

POL 270

POL 305

3

State and Local Government

POL 326

Sociology

SOC 100

3

Introduction to Sociology

SOC 150

SOC 210

3

Foundations of Sociological Theory

SOC 492

SOC 220

3

Methods I: Intro to Social Research

SOC 493

SOC 221

3

Social Statistics

SOC 494

SOC 250

3

Structure of American Society

SOC 100

SOC 280

3

Social Problems

SOC 2XX

SOC 300

3

Women and Culture

SOC 3XX

SOC 301

3

Sociology of Education

SOC 487

SOC 351

3

The Family

SOC 470

SOC 370

3

Sociology of Deviance

SOC 373

SOC 371

3

Criminology

SOC 463

SOC 372

3

Juvenile Delinquency

SOC 462

SOC 474

3

Corrections in Community

SOC 4XX

SOC 460

3

Dynamics of Prejudice & Discrimination

SOC/ANT 230

HDV 120

3

Fundamentals of Gerontology

SOC 220

 

 

 

 

SPA 102

3

Continuing Elementary Spanish

SPA 102

 

 

 

 

TED 209/302

3

Technical Writing

PWR 393

TEL 346

3

Microcomputer Applications

CAP 3XX

TEL 240

3

Electronics Technology

PHY 440

Theater

THT 110

3

Intro to the Theatre

THT 100

THT 364

3

Western Theatre

THT 3XX

Women’s Studies

WST 200

3

Intro to Women’s Studies

WST 100

WST 300

3

International Perspectives on Women

WST 3XX