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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

4

Human Origins-Lecture

ANT 300

ANTP 201

4

Human Origins – Lecture & Lab

ANT 300

ANTC 102

3-4

Intro to Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

ANTC 130

3

The native Americans

ANT 1XX

ANTC 250

4

World & US Geography

GRY 125

ANTP 150

3

Human Sexuality

ANT 234

ANTH 111

3

Intro to Anthropology

ANT 102

ANTA 104

3

Great Discoveries  in Art & Archaeology

ATH or LAS 1XX

ANTA 106

3

Ancient People & Places (prehistory)

ANT 307

Art

ARTH 100

3

Idea & Image

ATH 120

ARTH 101

3

Survey of Art: Ancient to Renaissance

ATH 121

ARTH 102

3

Survey of Art: Renaissance to Modern

ATH 122

ARTH 103

3

Landscape Art

ATH 1XX

ARTH 104

3

Great Discoveries in Art & Archaeology

 

ARTH 195

1-12

Special Topics

ATH 1XX

ARTS 110

4

Drawing I

ATS 101

ARTS 120

4

Color and Design

ATS 1XX

ARTS 142

4

Basic Photography

ATS 114

ARTS 329

4

Painting I

ATS 103

ARTS 339

4

Printmaking I

ATS 107

ARTS 349

4

Sculpture I

ATS 106

ARTS 359

4

Ceramics I

ATS 104

ARTS 379

4

Photography I

ATS 114

ARTS 451

4

Ancient Painting

 

Biology

BIOL 100 & LAB

4

Principles of Biology

BIO 110

BIOL 105

3

Intro to Human Genetics

BIO 306

BIOL 107

3

Human Biology

SCI 1XX

BIOL 108

3

Vertebrate Life 3 cr (no lab)

SCI 1XX

BIOL 111

3

Adirondack Eco & Natural History

BIO 1XX

BIOL 120

4

Microbes & Human Welfare

BIO 303

BIOL 125 & Lab

 

Biological Concepts

BIO 1XX

BIOL 151 & lab

4

General Biology I

BIO 110 or 201

BIOL 152

4

General Biology II

BIO 111 or 202

BIOL 210

4

Human Anatomy & Physiology

BIO 301

BIOL 311 & lab

4

Genetics

BIO 312

BIOL 300

3

Ecology

BIO 3XX

BIOL 320

4

Microbiology

BIO 304

BUEC 201

3

Principles of Accounting I

MGT 254

Chemistry

CHEM 105

4

General Chemistry I

CHE 221

CHEM 106

4

General Chemistry II

CHE 222

CHEM 311

4

Quantitative Analysis

CHE 410

CHEM 341

4

Organic Chemistry I

CHE 301

CHEM 342

3

Organic Chemistry 2

CHE 302

CHEM 342 Lab

1

Organic Chemistry 2 lab

CHE 304

CHEM 433

3

Inorganic Chemistry

CHE 340

CHEM 451 & lab

4

Physical Chemistry I

CHE 431

CHEM 452 & lab

4

Physical Chemistry 2

CHE 432

CIS 103

3

Problem Solving

MCS 186

CIS 105

3

Introduction to Computing

CAP 100

CMPT 101

4

Intro to Computing & Info Sys

CAP 100

Communications

COMM 105

3

Survey of Human Communication

COM 100

COMM 106

3

Basic Principles of Speech

COM 210

COMM 108

3

Intro to Mass Communication

COM 200

COMM 201

3

Mass Media and Society

COM 301

COMM 245

3

Interpersonal Communication

COM 300

COMM 311

3

Small Group Communication

COM 340

COMM 320

3

Film Studies: Form & Culture

CIN 225

COMM 324

3

Persuasive Speaking

COM 441

COMM 340

3

Public Relations

COM 422

COMM 408

3

Visual Communication

COM 4XX

COMM 416

3

Voices of American Women

COM 4XX

COMM 465

3

Communication Theory

COM 4XX

Dance & Drama

DRAM 206

4

Theatre Production I

THT 240

DRAM 208

3

Orientation to Theatre

THT 100

DRAM 211

1-3

Performance & Production (1-3 cr)

THT 2XX

DRAM 235

3

Acting I

THT 120

DRAM 313

3

History of the Theatre II

THT 261

Economics

ECON 105/305

3

Principles of Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECON 110/310

3

Principles of Macroeconomics

ECO 110

ECON 195

3

Intro Computer Management System

GEN 1XX

ECON 401

3

Corporate Finance

ECO 352

EMRE 330

3

Human Resource Management

ECO 385

BUEC 201

3

Principles of Accounting I

MGT 254

BUEC 202

3

Principles of Accounting II

MGT 255

BUEC 330

3

Operations Management

GEN 3XX

BUEC 340

3

International Business

ECO 441

BUEC 350

3

Principles of Management

MGT 250

BUEC 360

3

Principles of Marketing

MGT 253

BUEC 381

3

Information Systems for Business

GEN 3XX

Education

EDLS 201

3

Principles of Education

INT 270

EDUC 207

3

Literacy 1

EDU 2XX

English/ Composition

COMP 101

4

Writing & Critical Thinking

CPN 101

COMP 201

4

Writing Arguments

CPN 101 or ENG 2XX

COMP 202

4

Creative Writing

PWR 212

COMP 304

4

Technical Writing

PWR 393

Literature

LITR 100

3

Intro to Literature

ENG 200

LITR 111

3

American Literature

ENG 200 or 2XX

LITR 112

3

Modern Literature

ENG 200 or 2XX

LITR 113

3

Intro to Literature

ENG 200 or CPN 101

LITR 200

3

Literary Traditions – Western Literature

ENG 220

LITR 201

3

Patterns of Literature

ENG 2XX

LITR 213

3

Patterns from Folklore & Mythology

ENG 280

LITR 250

3

Short Stories

ENG 202

LITR 322

3

Children’s Literature

ENG 373

LITR 407

3

Medieval Literature

ENG 4XX

 

 

 

 

FY 100

1

First Year Success Seminar

CLS 101

 

 

 

 

Geology

GEOL 100

3

Earth Science

GLY 171

GEOL 101

3

Environmental Geology

GLY 160

GEOL 102

3

Ancient Life

GLY 1XX

GEOL 103

3

Physical Geology

GLY 261

GEOL 104

3

Historical Geology

GLY 262

GEOL 125 & lab

3

Cycles/Nature: Geol Perspect.

GLY 1XX

GEOL 409

3

Seismology & Plate Tectonics

GLY 4XX

Health

HLTH 165

3

Health: A Lifestyle Approach

HLH 110

HLTH 185

3

Epidemiology & biostatistics

HLH 391

HLTH 205

3

First Aid & Safety

HLH 120 or

HLH 1XX (for HLH majors)

HLTH 230

2

School Health (CA, SAVE) 2 cr

HLH 199

HLTH 249

 

School Health

HLH 2XX

HLTH 250

3

Drug Studies

HLH 367

HLTH 331

3

Death & Dying

LAS 3XX

HLTH 333

3

Human Nutrition

HLH 323/232

HLTH 361

3

Intro to Community Health

HLH 203

HLTH 395

3

Sexual Health

HLH 302

HLTH 395

 

Nutrition for Special Population

HLH 3XX

HLTH 425

3

Exercise and Sports Physiology

EXS 397

HLTH 430

3

Human Disease: Patterns, Prevention & Invervention

HLH 492

HLTH 470

3

Health Care Program Planning

HLH 360

History

HIST 100

1

World History

HIS 100 OR 101

HIST 101

3

Europe from 1500 to 1815

HIS 110

HIST 102

3

Europe since 1815

HIS 111

HIST 201/203

3

United States to 1877

HIS 200

HIST 202/204

4

United States since 1877

HIS 201

Information Technology

CMPT 101

4

Intro to Computing & Information Systems

CAP 100

Mathematics

MATH 100

3

Excursions in Mathematics

MAT 1XX

MATH 101

3

Math for Elementary Education I

MAT 101

MATH 102

3

Math for Elementary Education II

MAT 102

MATH 110

4

Pre-Calculus

MAT 115

MATH 125

3

Probability and Statistics I

MAT 201

MATH 151

4

Calculus I

MAT 135

MATH 152

4

Calculus II

MAT 236

MATH 195

1-12

Special Topics: Mathematical Origins

MAT 2XX

MATH 253

4

Multivariate Calculus

MAT 237

MATH 340

3

Set Theory and Logic

MAT 224

MATH 375

3

Linear Algebra

MAT 272

MATH 390

3

Differential Equations

MAT 430

MATH 423

3

Modern Algebra I

MAT 370

Modern Languages

FREN 101

3

Contemp French Language I

FRE 101

FREN 102

3

Contemporary French Language II

FRE 102

FREN 103

3

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

3

French Language & Culture

FRE 305

SPAN 101

3

Cont. Spanish Language I

SPA 101

SPAN 102

3

Cont. Spanish Language II

SPA 102

SPAN 103

3

Cont. Spanish Language III

SPA 201

SPAN 203

3

Oral & Written Spanish I

SPA 202

SPAN 204

3

Oral & Written Spanish II

SPA 2XX

Music

MULH 101

3

Crane Live

MUS 1XX

MULH 310

3

Experience of Music

MUS 101

MULP 121

2

Class Piano I

MUS 180

MULT 101

3

Music Theory for Non-Majors I

MUS 111

Philosophy

PHIL 100

3-4

Intro to Philosophy

PHI 100

PHIL 120

3

Intro to Ethics

PHI 135

Physical Ed

PE 148

 

Cooperative Activities

GEN 1XX

PE 326

4

Health & Sports Medicine

ATR 421 or 101

PE  335

3

Philosophy, Principles & Organization of Competitive Athletics in Education

EXS 197

Physics

PHYS 100

3

Physical Science Lecture & Lab

PHY 1XX

PHYS 101

4

College Physics I

PHY 105

PHYS 103

4

General Physics I

PHY 201

PHYS 202

4

College Physics II

PHY 106

PHYS 204

4

General Physics II

PHY 202

PHYS 335

3

Astronomy

PHY 150

Political Science

POLS 110

4

Intro to U.S. Politics

POL 100

POLS 122

4

Bioethics & Law

LAS 1XX

POLS 328

4

World Politics

POL 101

Psychology

PSYC 100

3

Intro to Psychology

PSY 101

PSYC 220

3

Child Development

PSY 231

PSYC 300

4

Research Methods in Psychology

PSY 202

PSYC 321

3

Psychology of Adolescence

PSY 232

PSYC 330

3

Social Psychology

PSY 422

PSYC 350

3

Educational Psychology

PSY 332

PSYC 375

3

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

Sociology

SOCI 101

3

Intro to Sociology

SOC 150

SOCI 305

3

Sociology of the Family

SOC 470

SOCI 380

3

Family Violence

SOC 3XX

SOCI 387

3

Sociology of Policing

SOC 333

 

 

 

 

SPAN 101

3

Spanish Language I

SPA 101

SPAN 102

3

Spanish Language II

SPA 102

SPAN 103

3

Spanish Language 3

SPA 201

SPAN 203

3

Oral & Written Spanish 1

SPA 202

SPAN 204

3

Oral & Written Spanish 2

SPA

 

 

 

 

STSE 125

 

Self and Community

LAS 1XX

WILD 170

2

Rock Climbing

REC 106

WMST 100

3-4

Approaches to Women’s Studies

WST 100