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SUNY Potsdam

6/25/12

State University of New York College at Cortland

 

Credit Equivalencies – SUNY Potsdam

 

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 Potsdam

Credits

Course Title (SUNY Potsdam)

SUNY Cortland Equivalent

Anthropology

ANTP 101

 

Human Origins-Lecture

ANT 300

ANTP 201

 

Human Origins – Lecture & Lab

ANT 300

ANTC 102

 

Intro to Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

ANTC 130

 

The native Americans

ANT 1XX

ANTC 250

 

World & US Geography

GRY 125

ANTP 150

 

Human Sexuality

ANT 234

ANTH 111

 

Intro to Anthropology

ANT 102

ANTA 104

 

Great Discoveries  in Art & Archaeology

ATH or LAS 1XX

ANTA 106

 

Ancient People & Places (prehistory)

ANT 307

Art

ARTH 100

 

Idea & Image

ATH 120

ARTH 101

 

Survey of Art: Ancient to Renaissance

ATH 121

ARTH 102

 

Survey of Art: Renaissance to Modern

ATH 122

ARTH 103

 

Landscape Art

ATH 1XX

ARTH 104

 

Great Discoveries in Art & Archaeology

 

ARTH 195

 

Special Topics

ATH 1XX

ARTS 110

 

Drawing I

ATS 101

ARTS 120

 

Color and Design

ATS 1XX

ARTS 142

 

Basic Photography

ATS 114

ARTS 329

 

Painting I

ATS 103

ARTS 339

 

Printmaking I

ATS 107

ARTS 349

 

Sculpture I

ATS 106

ARTS 359

 

Ceramics I

ATS 104

ARTS 379

 

Photography I

ATS 114

ARTS 451

 

Ancient Painting

 

Biology

BIOL 100 & LAB

 

Principles of Biology

BIO 110

BIOL 105

 

Intro to Human Genetics

BIO 306

BIOL 107

 

Human Biology

SCI 1XX

BIOL 108

 

Vertebrate Life 3 cr (no lab)

SCI 1XX

BIOL 111

 

Adirondack Eco & Natural History

BIO 1XX

BIOL 120

 

Microbes & Human Welfare

BIO 303

BIOL 125 & Lab

 

Biological Concepts

BIO 1XX

BIOL 151 & lab

 

General Biology I

BIO 110 or 201

BIOL 152

 

General Biology II

BIO 111 or 202

BIOL 210

 

Human Anatomy & Physiology

BIO 301

BIOL 311 & lab

 

Genetics

BIO 312

BIOL 300

 

Ecology

BIO 3XX

BIOL 320

 

Microbiology

BIO 304

BUEC 201

 

Principles of Accounting I

MGT 254

Chemistry

CHEM 105

 

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHEM 106

 

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

CHEM 311

 

Quantitative Analysis

CHE 410

CHEM 341

 

Organic Chemistry I

CHE 301

CHEM 342

 

Organic Chemistry 2

CHE 302

CHEM 342 Lab

 

Organic Chemistry 2 lab

CHE 304

CHEM 433

 

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE 340

CHEM 451 & lab

 

Physical Chemistry I

CHE 431

CHEM 452 & lab

 

Physical Chemistry 2

CHE 432

CIS 103

 

Problem Solving

MCS 186

CIS 105

 

Introduction to Computing

CAP 100

CMPT 101

 

Intro to Computing & Info Sys (4cr)

CAP 100

Communications

COMM 105

 

Survey of Human Communication

COM 100

COMM 106

 

Basic Principles of Speech

COM 210

COMM 108

 

Intro to Mass Communication

COM 200

COMM 201

 

Mass Media and Society

COM 301

COMM 245

 

Interpersonal Communication

COM 300

COMM 311

 

Small Group Communication

COM 340

COMM 320

 

Film Studies: Form & Culture

CIN 225

COMM 324

 

Persuasive Speaking

COM 441

COMM 340

 

Public Relations

COM 422

COMM 408

 

Visual Communication

COM 4XX

COMM 416

 

Voices of American Women

COM 4XX

COMM 465

 

Communication Theory

COM 4XX

Dance & Drama

DRAM 206

 

Theatre Production I

THT 240

DRAM 208

 

Orientation to Theatre

THT 100

DRAM 211

 

Performance & Production (1-3 cr)

THT 2XX

DRAM 235

 

Acting I

THT 120

DRAM 313

 

History of the Theatre II

THT 261

Economics

ECON 105/305

 

Principles of Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECON 110/310

 

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 110

ECON 195

 

Intro Computer Management System

GEN 1XX

ECON 401

 

Corporate Finance

ECO 352

EMRE 330

 

Human Resource Management

ECO 385

BUEC 201

 

Principles of Accounting I

MGT 254

BUEC 202

 

Principles of Accounting II

MGT 255

BUEC 330

 

Operations Management

GEN 3XX

BUEC 340

 

International Business

ECO 441

BUEC 350

 

Principles of Management

MGT 250

BUEC 360

 

Principles of Marketing

MGT 253

BUEC 381

 

Information Systems for Business

GEN 3XX

Education

EDLS 201

 

Principles of Education

INT 270

EDUC 207

 

Literacy 1

EDU 2XX

English/ Composition

COMP 101

 

Writing & Critical Thinking

CPN 101

COMP 201

 

Writing Arguments

CPN 101 or ENG 2XX

COMP 202

 

Creative Writing

PWR 212

COMP 304

 

Technical Writing

PWR 393

Literature

LITR 100

 

Intro to Literature

ENG 200

LITR 111

 

American Literature

ENG 200 or 2XX

LITR 112

 

Modern Literature

ENG 200 or 2XX

LITR 113

 

Intro to Literature

ENG 200 or CPN 101

LITR 200

 

Literary Traditions – Western Literature

ENG 220

LITR 201

 

Patterns of Literature

ENG 2XX

LITR 213

 

Patterns from Folklore & Mythology

ENG 280

LITR 250

 

Short Stories

ENG 202

LITR 322

 

Children’s Literature

ENG 373

LITR 407

 

Medieval Literature

ENG 4XX

 

 

 

 

FY 100

 

First Year Success Seminar

CLS 101

 

 

 

 

Geology

GEOL 100

 

Earth Science

GLY 171

GEOL 101

 

Environmental Geology

GLY 160

GEOL 102

 

Ancient Life

GLY 1XX

GEOL 103

 

Physical Geology

GLY 261

GEOL 104

 

Historical Geology

GLY 262

GEOL 125 & lab

 

Cycles/Nature: Geol Perspect.

GLY 1XX

GEOL 409

 

Seismology & Plate Tectonics

GLY 4XX

Health

HLTH 165

 

Health: A Lifestyle Approach

HLH 110

HLTH 185

 

Epidemiology & biostatistics

HLH 391

HLTH 205

3

First Aid & Safety

HLH 120 or

HLH 1XX (for HLH majors)

HLTH 230

 

School Health (CA, SAVE) 2 cr

HLH 199

HLTH 249

 

School Health

HLH 2XX

HLTH 250

 

Drug Studies

HLH 367

HLTH 331

 

Death & Dying

LAS 3XX

HLTH 333

 

Human Nutrition

HLH 323/232

HLTH 361

 

Intro to Community Health

HLH 203

HLTH 395

 

Sexual Health

HLH 302

HLTH 395

 

Nutrition for Special Population

HLH 3XX

HLTH 425

 

Exercise and Sports Physiology

EXS 397

HLTH 430

 

Human Disease: Patterns, Prevention & Invervention

HLH 492

HLTH 470

 

Health Care Program Planning

HLH 360

History

HIST 100

 

World History

HIS 100 OR 101

HIST 101

 

Europe from 1500 to 1815

HIS 110

HIST 102

 

Europe since 1815

HIS 111

HIST 201/203

 

United States to 1877

HIS 200

HIST 202/204

 

United States since 1877

HIS 201

Information Technology

CMPT 101

 

Intro to Computing & Information Systems

CAP 100

Mathematics

MATH 100

 

Excursions in Mathematics

MAT 1XX

MATH 101

 

Math for Elementary Education I

MAT 101

MATH 102

 

Math for Elementary Education II

MAT 102

MATH 110

 

Pre-Calculus

MAT 115

MATH 125

 

Probability and Statistics I

MAT 201

MATH 151

 

Calculus I

MAT 135

MATH 152

 

Calculus II

MAT 236

MATH 195

 

Special Topics: Mathematical Origins

MAT 2XX

MATH 253

 

Multivariate Calculus

MAT 237

MATH 340

 

Set Theory and Logic

MAT 224

MATH 375

 

Linear Algebra

MAT 272

MATH 390

 

Differential Equations

MAT 430

MATH 423

 

Modern Algebra I

MAT 370

Modern Languages

FREN 101

 

Contemp French Language I

FRE 101

FREN 102

 

Contemporary French Language II

FRE 102

FREN 103

 

Cont. French Language III

FRE 201 or 202*

 

 

8/30/04 Per Norma Helsper – FREN 101,102,103 went from a four to a three course sequence and 104 level was eliminated, to become part of 103.  This sequence completes through the 202 level.

 

FREN 203

 

French Language & Culture

FRE 305

SPAN 101

 

Cont. Spanish Language I

SPA 101

SPAN 102

 

Cont. Spanish Language II

SPA 102

SPAN 103

 

Cont. Spanish Language III

SPA 201

SPAN 203

 

Oral & Written Spanish I

SPA 202

SPAN 204

 

Oral & Written Spanish II

SPA 2XX

Music

MULH 101

 

Crane Live

MUS 1XX

MULH 310

 

Experience of Music

MUS 101

MULP 121

 

Class Piano I

MUS 180

MULT 101

 

 

MUS 111

Philosophy

PHIL 100

 

Intro to Philosophy

PHI 100

PHIL 120

 

Intro to Ethics

PHI 135

Physical Ed

PE 148

 

Cooperative Activities

GEN 1XX

PE 326

 

Health & Sports Medicine

ATR 421 or 101

PE  335

 

Philosophy, Principles & Organization of Competitive Athletics in Education

EXS 197

Physics

PHYS 100

 

Physical Science Lecture & Lab

PHY 1XX

PHYS 101

 

College Physics I

PHY 105

PHYS 103

 

General Physics I

PHY 201

PHYS 202

 

College Physics II

PHY 106

PHYS 204

 

General Physics II

PHY 202

PHYS 335

 

Astronomy

PHY 150

Political Science

POLS 110

 

Intro to U.S. Politics

POL 100

POLS 122

 

Bioethics & Law

LAS 1XX

POLS 328

 

World Politics

POL 101

Psychology

PSYC 100

 

Intro to Psychology

PSY 101

PSYC 220

 

Child Development

PSY 231

PSYC 300

 

Research Methods in Psychology

PSY 202

PSYC 321

 

Psychology of Adolescence

PSY 232

PSYC 330

 

Social Psychology

PSY 422

PSYC 350

 

Educational Psychology

PSY 332

PSYC 375

 

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

Sociology

SOCI 101

 

Intro to Sociology

SOC 150

SOCI 305

 

Sociology of the Family

SOC 470

SOCI 380

 

Family Violence

SOC 3XX

SOCI 387

 

Sociology of Policing

SOC 333

 

 

 

 

SPAN 101

 

Spanish Language I

SPA 101

SPAN 102

 

Spanish Language II

SPA 102

SPAN 103

 

Spanish Language 3

SPA 201

SPAN 203

 

Oral & Written Spanish 1

SPA 202

SPAN 204

 

Oral & Written Spanish 2

SPA

 

 

 

 

STSE 125

 

Self and Community

LAS 1XX

WILD 170

 

Rock Climbing

REC 106

WMST 100

 

Approaches to Women’s Studies

WST 100