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Syracuse University

State University of New York College at Cortland

 

Credit Equivalencies – Syracuse University 

 

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

 

Syracuse University Course

Course Title (SU)

SUNY Cortland

African American Studies

AAS 112

African American Studies

AAS 100

AAS 231

African-American Literature to 1900 Intro

ENG 251

Anthropology

ANT 103

 

Arch & Prehistory

ANT 307

ANT 111

Intro to Cultural Anthropology

ANT 102

ANT 121

Peoples & Cultures of World

ANT 201

ANT 376

Folklore

ANT 351

ANT 415

Culture and Personality

ANT 408

Astronomy

AST 101

Our Corner of the Universe

PHY/LAS1XX

AST 104

 

Stars,Galaxies, & the Universe

PHY 150

Biology

BIO 121,123

General Biology I & II  (4 cr each)

BIO 110,111 or 201

BIO 216 & 216L

 

Anatomy and Physiology I & Lab

BIO 301

BIO 219 & 219L

 

Anatomy and Physiology II & Lab

BIO 302

Chemistry

CHE106 & 107L

 

General Chemistry lecture & lab

CHE 221

CHE 116 & 117L

 

General Chemistry 2 lecture & lab

CHE 222

CHE 113

4

Forensic Science

LAS 1XX

 

     

CAS 101

 

Freshman Forum

CLS 101

College Learning Strategies

CLS 105

3

College Learning Strategies

CLS 101

Computer and Information Science

CIS 101

 

Intro to Computing

CAP 100

Computational Science

CPS 181

 

Intro to Computing

CAP 100

Child and Family Studies

CFS 388

 

Human Sexuality

HLH 302

Communications

COM 107

 

Communications & Society

COM 200

Communition & Rhetorical Studies

CRS 325

3

Presentational Speaking

COM 210

Computer Engineering

CSE 261

3

Digital Logic Design

GEN 2XX

Economics

ECN 101

Microeconomics

ECO 111

ECN 102

Macroeconomics

ECO 110

ECN 203

Economics Ideas and Issues

ECO 105

Education

EDU 101

1

First Year Forum CLS 101
EDU 203

 

Elementary and Special Education Teaching SPE 270

English & Textual Studies

ETS 115

 

Island, Imagination & Empire

LAS 2XX

ETS 116

 

19th C Women & Authorship

LAS 2XX

ETS 141

 

Reading and Interpretation I

ENG 200

ETS 142

 

Narratives of Culture

CPN101 or ENG 200 

ETS 153

 

Interpretation of Fiction

ENG 202

ETS 441

 

No Such Thing

LAS 4XX

ETS 471

 

Agrarian to Industrial England

LAS 4XX

ETS 482

 

US Lit Caribbean Diaspora

LAS 4XX

ETS 492

 

Shakespeare’s Women

LAS 4XX

ETS 491

 

Trans-nation & 3rd World Feminism

LAS 4XX

 

 

 

 

 

 

“P” grade acceptable

 

ENG 101

 

1 cr each – Poetry, Fiction, Drama – combine for 3 cr.

CPN 100

ENG 102

 

1 cr each – Research, Tragedy, Criticism – combine for 3

CPN 101

ENG 227

 

Fiction – Writing

PWR 212

Finance

FIN 200

     

 

     

FIA 105,106

 

Arts & Ideas I & II

ATH 121,122

 

 

 

 

GEO 155

 

The Natural Environment

GRY 1XX

GEO 172

 

World Cultures

GRY 120

GOL 105

 

Earth Science

GLY 160

 

 

 

 

HEA 332

 

Personal Health & Safety

HLH 210

HEA 335,336

2

First Aid & Cardio Pulmonary Rescue (both courses)

HLH 120

 

 

 

 

History

HST 101

American History to 1865

HIS 200

HST 102

American History Since 1865

HIS 201

HST 111

Early Modern Europe, 1350-1815

HIS 110

HST 112

Modern Europe: Napoleon to the Present

HIS 111

HST 211

Medieval and Renaissance Europe

HIS 244

HST 212 

3

Rel/Medieval & Reformation Europe

HIS 346

Information Studies

IST 195

3

Information Technologies

CAP 1XX

IST 263

3

Design and Management of Internet Services

CAP 2XX

School of Management

LLP 255

 

Intro to the Legal System

 

Mathematics

MAT 112

 

Algebraic Operations & Functions

MAT 111

MAT 121

Probability and Statistics for the Liberal Arts I

MAT 201

MAT 122

 

Probability and Statistics for the Liberal Arts II

MAT 2XX

MAT 133/183

 

Elements Modern Math

MAT 105

MAT 194

 

Precalculus

MAT 115

MAT 221

Elementary Probability and Statistics I

MAT 201

MAT 295

 

Calculus I

MAT 135

MAT 296

 

Calculus II

MAT 236

 

 

 

 

MAX 132

 

Global Community

LAS 1XX

NFM OR NHM225/227

 

Nutrition

HLH 323

Public Policy

PAF 101

Intro. to Analysis Public Policy

POL 240

 

 

 

 

Philosophy

PHI 171

 

Critical Thinking

PHI 110

PHI 191

 

Ethics

PHI 135

 

 

 

 

PPE 177

3

Introduction to Health & Physical Education

EXS 197

PPE 295

 

Intro to Exercise Science

EXS 197

PPE 377

 

Intro to Physical Education

EXS 197

PPE 408

 

Analysis of Human Motion

EXS 387

PPE 435

 

Intro to Sport Psychology

PSY 346

PPE 470

 

Experience Credit

No credit

PPE 481

 

Adapted Physical Education (need field experience documentation)

PED 356

PPE 483

 

Sci Principals of Conditioning

ATR 3XX

PPE 484

 

Measurement & Evaluation in Phys Ed

PED 434

PPE 485

 

Motor Learning

EXS 297

PPE 486

 

Prevention & Care Athletic Injuries

ATR 421

PPE 497

 

Physiology of Exercise

EXS 397

PPE 515,516

 

No credit for graduate level courses

 

 

 

 

 

PSC 121

 

American National Government

POL 100

PSC 122

 

State & Local Govt

POL 326

PSC 124

 

International Relations

POL 250

 

 

 

 

Psychology

PSY 205

Foundations Human Behavior

PSY 101

PSY 223

 

Introduction to Biopsychology

PSY 2XX

PSY 274

 

Social Psychology

PSY 422

PSY 315

 

Drugs and Human Behavior

PSY 3XX

PSY 321

 

Sensation and Perception

PSY 412

PSY 322

 

Cognitive Psychology

PSY 313

PSY 335

 

Psychology of Childhood

PSY 231

PSY 336 

 

Psychology of Adolescent

PSY 232

PSY 337

 

Psychology of Adult Life: Maturity and Old Age

PSY 334

PSY 365

 

Educational Psychology

PSY 332

PSY 374

 

Organizational Psychology

PSY 342

PSY 393

 

Personality

PSY 322

PSY 395

 

Abnormal Psychology

PSY 421

PSY 445

 

Behavior Disorders in Children

PSY 433

 

 

 

 

SCI 105

 

Science Questions & Quests Physical Phenomena II

SCI 142

 

 

 

 

Communication Sciences & Disorders (Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology)

 

SPP 303

 

Communication in the Classroom

SHH 3XX

Sociology

SOC 101

Intro To Sociology

SOC 150

SOC 102

 

Social Problems

SOC 1XX

SOC 281

 

Sociology of Families

SOC 470

Spanish

SPA 101

 

Spanish I

SPA 101

SPA 102

 

Spanish II

SPA 102

SPA 200

 

Selected Topics

 

SPA 201

 

Spanish III

SPA 201

SPA 202

 

Spanish IV

SPA 202

SPA 211,212

 

Intermediate Oral Practice

 

SPA 231

 

Intermediate Spanish I (Above the BA FL 202 level)

SPA 3XX

SPA 232

 

Intermediate Spanish II (beyond BA FL 202 level)

SPA 3XX

Sport Managment

SPM 205

3

Principles and Contemporary Issues in Sport Management

SPM 275

SPC 225

 

Public Speaking

COM 210

SPC 245

 

Argumentation

COM 2XX

 

 

 

 

SPE 311

 

Perspectives in Disabilities

SPE/FSA 270

Writing Program

WRT 105

3

Writing Studies 1

CPN 100

WRT 109

 

Writing Studio 1

CPN 100

WRT 110

 

Writing Studio – Independent Study

CPN 100

WRT 195

 

Writing Studio Transfers

CPN 101

WRT 205

 

Writing Studio 2

CPN 101

WRT 209

 

Writing Studio 2 honors

CPN 101