State University of New York at Morrisville

State University of New York College at Cortland

Credit Equivalencies - State University of New York at Morrisville

5/22/2020

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.

Courses with no Cortland equivalency are not yet evaluated.  Contact Advisement and Transition for individual review.

 

Morrisville

Credit hoursCourse Title (Morrisville)SUNY Cortland  

 Accounting (ACCT)

ACCT 100 3 Accounting Information and Management Decisions MGT 1XX
ACCT 101 3 Principles of Accounting I MGT 254
ACCT 102 3 Principles of Accounting II MGT 255
ACCT 103 3 Computerized Accounting MGT 1XX
ACCT 105 3 Managerial Accounting MGT 1XX
ACCT 201 3 Intermediate Accounting I MGT 2XX
ACCT 205 3 Cost Accounting MGT 2XX
ACCT 212 3 Federal Income Tax Accounting MGT 2XX

Agricultural Business (AGBS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Agricultural Engineering (AGEN)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Agriculture & Natural Resources (AGNR)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Agronomy (AGRO)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Agricultural Science (AGSC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

American Sign Language (AMSL)

AMSL 101 3 American Sign Language I ASL 101
AMSL 102 3 American Sign Language II ASL 102

Animal Science (ANSC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Anthropology (ANTH)

ANTH 101 3 Intro to Anthropology ANT 102

Architectural Studies & Design (ARCH)

ARCH 101 2 Architectural Graphic Communication ATS 1XX
ARCH 102 2 Intro to Architecture ATS 1XX
ARCH 141 4 Architectural Design I ATS 1XX
ARCH 142 4 Architectural Design II ATS 1XX
ARCH 151 3 Architecture: Prehistory to 1800 ATH 1XX
ARCH 243 4 Architectural Design III ATS 2XX
ARCH 244 4 Architectural Design IV ATS 2XX
ARCH 252 3 Architecture: 1800 to Present ATH 2XX
ARCH 271 3 Architectural Technology I GEN 1XX
ARCH 272 3 Architectural Technology II GEN 1XX

Art (ART)

ART 101 2 Basic Art ATS 1XX
ART 102 2 Advanced Art ATS 1XX
ART 110 3 Introduction to the Visual Arts ATH 120
ART 120 2 Introduction to Drawing ATS 1XX
ART 121 2 Introduction to Painting ATS 1XX
ART 131 3 Introduction to Photography ATS 114 

Astronomy (ASTR)

ASTR 101 3 Solar Astronomy SCI 1XX
ASTR 110 3 Stellar Astronomy (PHY 150 if taken w/ ASTR 101) PHY 150 OR SCI 1XX

Automotive Service Specialist (AUOS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Automotive Technology Ford Asset Program (ASET)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Automotive Technology Traditional Program (AUTO)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Biological Science (BIOL)

BIOL 101 4 Intro to Biology BIO 110
BIOL 102 3 Botany, Form and Function of Seed Plants BIO 1XX
BIOL 103 3 Botany: Plant Diversity SCI 1XX
BIOL 105 4 Human Biology w/Lab SCI 1XX
BIOL 107 3 Topics in Contemporary Biology BIO 2XX
BIOL 120 4 General Biology I BIO 110 or BIO 201
BIOL 121 4 General Biology II BIO 111 and BIO 113 or BIO 202
BIOL 135 3 Myology I BIO 2XX
BIOL 136 3 Myology II BIO 2XX
BIOL 137 4 Neurology BIO 2XX
BIOL 150 4 Human Anatomy and Physiology I BIO 301
BIOL 151 4 Human Anatomy and Physiology II BIO 302
BIOL 230 3 Human Genetics BIO 306
BIOL 250 1 Internship in Biology I CPV 400
BIOL 251 1 Internship in Biology II CPV 400
BIOL 252 1 Internship in Biology III CPV 400
BIOL 260 4 Principles of Zoology BIO 202
BIOL 280 3 Herpetology BIO 2XX
BIOL 285 4 General Microbiology BIO 303 or 304
BIOL 300 3 Biology of Normal and Neoplastic Cells  BIO 3XX
BIOL 301 3 Pathophysiology  BIO 3XX
BIOL 302 3 Epidemiology  BIO 3XX
BIOL 405 3 Basic Immunology  BIO 4XX

Business Administration (BSAD)

BSAD 100 3 Business in the 21st Century LAS 1XX
BSAD 102 3 Business Mathematics LAS 1XX
BSAD 104 3 Organizational Behavior COM 320
BSAD 107 3 Legal & Regulatory Aspects of Gaming GEN 1XX
BSAD 108 3 Business Law I MGT 265
BSAD 109 3 Personal Finance ECO 1XX
BSAD 112 3 Marketing MGT 253
BSAD 116 3 Business Organization and Management MGT 250
BSAD 117 3 Intro to Entrepreneurship MGT 275
BSAD 140 3 Business Communications PWR 398
BSAD 203 3 Business Law II MGT 2XX
BSAD 206 3 Promotion Management MGT 2XX
BSAD 208 3 Intro Total Quality Management LAS 2XX
BSAD 209 3 Salesmanship GEN 2XX
BSAD 212 3 Principles of Finance in Management ECO 352
BSAD 215 3 Human Resource Management MGT 385
BSAD 216 3 Current Problems in Human Resource Management MGT 2XX
BSAD 220 3 Investments MGT 2XX
BSAD 221 3 Business Statistics ECO 221
BSAD 224 3 Managing Diversity in the Workplace MGT 2XX
BSAD 225 3 International Business ECO 2XX
BSAD 226 3 International Marketing MGT 2XX
BSAD 291 3 Student Intern Program in Business CPV 400
BSAD 295 3 Business Management and Decision Making MGT 2XX
BSAD 300 3 Management Communications COM 320
BSAD 310 3 Human Resource Management MGT 385
BSAD 320 3 Entrepreneurship MGT 275
BSAD 325 3 Marketing Management MGT 253 or 2XX
BSAD 327 3 Advertising Management MGT 3XX
BSAD 329 3 Consumer Behavior MGT 3XX
BSAD 330 3 Leading and Managing the Family Business MGT 3XX
BSAD 343 3 Intro to Sport Management SPM 275
BSAD 350 3 Principles of Corporate Finance ECO 352
BSAD 354 3 Financial Management and Modeling MGT 3XX
BSAD 375 3 Management Information Systems MGT 3XX
BSAD 380 3 International Business MGT 3XX 
BSAD 400 3 Production & Operations Management MGT 2XX
BSAD 408 3 Responsible Business Ownership MGT 4XX
BSAD 411 3 Leadership in Organizations MGT 4XX
BSAD 415 3 International Human Resources Management MGT 4XX
BSAD 417 3 International Financial Management MGT 4XX 
BSAD 418 3 Sport Law SPM 373
BSAD 419 3 Global Marketing MGT 4XX
BSAD 443 3 Strategic Sports Business SPM 4XX
BSAD 449  3 Management Policy and Issues MGT 4XX
BSAD 470 3 Strategic Management MGT 454

Casino Careers Professional Development (CAS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Chemistry (CHEM)

CHEM 101 & CHEM 101L 4 Basic Chemistry & CHEM 101L Lab CHE 121
CHEM 110 & CHEM 110L 4 Contemporary Chemistry & CHEM 110 Lab CHE 121
CHEM 121 & CHEM 121L 4 General College Chemistry I & CHEM 121 Lab

CHE 227/277

CHEM 122 & CHEM 122L 4 General College Chemistry II  & CHEM 122 Lab

CHE 228/278

CHEM 141 & CHEM 141 L 4 Chemical Principles I & CHEM 141 Lab

CHE 227/277

CHEM 142 & CHEM 142L 4 Chemical Principles II & CHEM 142 Lab CHE 228/278
CHEM 220 & CHEM 220L 4 Intro to Organic Chemistry & CHEM 220 Lab CHE 2XX
CHEM 241 & CHEM 241L 4 Organic Chemistry I & CHEM 241 Lab CHE 301 or CHE 300/303
CHEM 242 & CHEM 242L 4 Organic Chemistry II & CHEM 242 Lab CHE 302/304
CHEM 321 2 Quantitative Analysis, Inorganic CHE 3XX
CHEM 321L 2 Quantitative Analysis, Inorganic Lab CHE 3XX
CHEM 322 2 Chemical Instrumental Analysis CHE 3XX
CHEM 322L 2 Laboratory for Chemical Instrumental Analysis CHE 3XX
CHEM 361 3 Biochemistry CHE 451

Coaching (COAC)

COAC 101 & COAC 102 5 Coaching Effectiveness Training/Theory & Tech Coaching EXS 230
COAC 103 3 Health Related Aspects of Coaching EXS 1XX

Communications (COMM)

COMM 111 3 Introduction to Speech COM 210

Composition (COMP)

COMP 100 3 Introduction to College Writing CPN 100
COMP 101 3 Composition and Research CPN 101
COMP 102 3 Writing About Literature CPN 101 or ENG 200
COMP 110 3 Technical Communications PWR 393
COMP 220 3 Writing in the Disciplines PWR 2XX
COMP 221 3 Advanced Composition and Research CPN 101 or ENG 2XX
COMP 230 3 Creative Writing: Short Story PWR 212
COMP 231 3 Creative Writing: Poetry PWR 213
COMP 232 1 Creative Writing PWR 2XX
COMP 233 3 Creative Writing: Creative Nonfiction PWR 2XX
COMP 240 1 Editing 1 ENG 2XX
COMP 241 1 Editing 2 ENG 2XX
COMP 242 1 Editing 3 ENG 2XX
COMP 240,241,242 3 Editing 1, 2, 3 (take all three) PWR 395
COMP 310 3 Advanced Technical Communications ENG 2XX

Computer Aided Design (CAD)

CAD 181 1 Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting CAP 1XX
CAD 183 2 Architectural Computer-Aided Drafting & Design CAP 1XX
CAD 184 2 Computer –Aided Drafting for Mechanical Design CAP 1XX
CAD 186 2 3D Parametric Solid Modeling CAP 1XX
CAD 288 2 Advanced Solid modeling CAP 2XX

Computer Information Systems (CITA)

CITA 101 3 Principles of Computers and Applications CAP 100
CITA 110 3 Intro to Information Technology CAP 1XX
CITA 112 3 Introduction to Game Development CAP 1XX
CITA 120 3 Computer Concepts and Operating Systems CAP 1XX
CITA 140 3 Introduction to Programming MCS 186
CITA 150 3 Data Management Techniques CAP 1XX
CITA 190 3 Intro to Linux/Unix Operating Systems & Administration CAP 1XX
CITA 200 3 Data Communications and Networking GEN 2XX
CITA 210 3 Visual Programming and Development Tools CAP 204
CITA 220 3 Systems Analysis CAP 2XX
CITA 230 3 Network Technology CAP 2XX
CITA 240 3 Web and E-Commerce Development CAP 2XX
CITA 260 3 Photography and Digital Imaging CAP 2XX
CITA 270 3 Fundamentals of Network Security CAP 2XX
CITA 280 3 Tools and Techniques for Application Development CAP 2XX
CITA 300 3 Computer System Support and Maintenance CAP 3XX
CITA 310 3 Web Server Administration CAP 2XX
CITA 312 3 Intermediate Computer Game Design & Application CAP 3XX
CITA 320 3 Network Administration CAP 2XX
CITA 325 3 Network Defense & Counter Measures CAP 2XX
CITA 330 3 Web Publishing CAP 251
CITA 335 3 Enabling Technologies for Electronic Commerce CAP 2XX
CITA 340 3 Database Concepts CAP 350
CITA 350 3 Object-Oriented Systems CAP 404
CITA 360 3 Advanced Software Applications CAP 2XX
CITA 370 3 Network Design Concepts CAP 2XX
CITA 375 3 Internet and Intranet Firewalls CAP 2XX
CITA 380 3 Dynamic Graphics and Animation CAP 2XX
CITA 385 3 User Interface Design CAP 2XX
CITA 395 1 Internship Orientation Seminar CPV 400
CITA 405 3 Project Management MGT 2XX
CITA 410 3 Multimedia Computing COM 2XX
CITA 412 3 Advanced Game Design and Applications CAP 2XX 
CITA 420 3 Large Scale Web Development CAP 2XX
CITA 425 3 Operating System Security CAP 2XX
CITA 430 3 Computer Integration & Interoperability CAP 2XX
CITA 440 3 Designing & Managing Organizational Training CAP 2XX
CITA 450 3 Applied Database Management CAP 350
CITA 460 3 Organizational and End-user Information Systems CAP 2XX
CITA 480 12 Internship in Information Technology CPV 400

Computer Science (COSC)

COSC 111 3 Introduction to Computer Science MCS 186
COSC 111L 1 Intro to Computer Science Lab MCS 1XX
COSC 112 4 Data Structures CAP 216
COSC 201 3 Programming with C CAP 201
COSC 211 3 Computer Graphics Techniques CAP 2XX
COSC 221 3 Assembly Language and Machine Architecture MCS 2XX
COSC 231 3 Advanced Programming Techniques CAP 2XX 
COSC 232 1-3 Software Development Internship CPV 400

Criminal Justice (CJUS)

CJUS 101 3 Intro to Criminal Justice Systems CRM 303
CJUS 201 3 Corrections CRM 464
CJUS 202 3 Policing CRM 333
CJUS 220 3 Criminal Investigation I GEN 2XX
CJUS 221 3 Criminal Investigation II GEN 2XX
CJUS 230 3 Basics of Penal Law  GEN 2XX
CJUS 231 3 Criminal Procedure Law  CRM 377
CJUS 235 3 Juvenile Delinquency  CRM 462
CJUS 301 3 Crime Scene Investigation and Management  GEN 3XX
CJUS 311 3 Interviewing Techniques in Criminal Justice  GEN 3XX
CJUS 315 3 White Collar Crime  CRM 3XX
CJUS 401 3 Emergency Planning and Response  GEN 4XX
CJUS 402 3 Terrorism and Law Enforcement  GEN 4XX
CJUS 412 3 Arson and Bomb Investigations  GEN 4XX
CJUS 414 3 Investigation of Staff Misconduct & Workplace Violence  GEN 4XX
CJUS 449 1 Criminal Justice Internship Preparation  GEN 1XX
CJUS 450 15 Criminal Justice Internship  CPV 400

Dairy - Animal Science (DASC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Diesel Technology (DTEC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Computer Aided Design Technology (DRFT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Early Childhood Education (ECHD)

ECHD 101 3 Introduction to Early Childhood  EDU 270
ECHD 102 3 Social Development and Positive Guidance EDU 1XX
ECHD 103 3 Techniques of Observation and Assessment-Field I ECE 332
ECHD 201 3 Family and Child Health,Safety and Nutrition HLH 265
ECHD 202 3 Language,Literacy and Literature in Early Childhood ENG 373
ECHD 203 3 Infants and Toddlers EDU 334
ECHD 204 3 Children with Special Needs SPE 270
ECHD 205 3 Creative Activities in the Arts EDU 303
ECHD 206 3

Curriculum Methods, Materials and Management

* must complete a field experience, such as ECHD 103, to transfer as EDU 331

EDU 331 * See note
ECHD 212 4 Practicum in Early Childhood-Field Experience II EDU 2XX

Education (EDU)

EDU 101 1 Introduction to Teaching GEN 1XX
EDU 201 3 Foundations of Education INT 270
EDU 202 1 Guided Field Work in Education GEN 2XX

 Economics (ECON)

ECON 100 3 Introduction to Macroeconomics ECO 110 
ECON 140 3 Intro to Microeconomics ECO 111
ECON 300 3 Money, Banking and Financial Markets ECO 431
ECON 370 3 International Economics ECO 3XX

Electrical Engineering Technology (ELEC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Engineering Technology (ENGT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.  

English: Literature, Theater and Communication (ENGLISH)

ENGLISH 100 3 Intro to College Writing CPN 100
ENGLISH 101 3 Composition & Research CPN 101
ENGLISH 102 3 Writing about Literature ENG 200 or CPN 101
ENGLISH 112 3 Technical Communications PWR 393
ENGLISH 121 3 Introduction to Speech COM 210
ENGLISH 122 3 Small Group Discussion COM 340
ENGLISH 123 3 Theories of Interpersonal Communication COM 300
ENGLISH 124 3 Introduction to Theater THT 100
ENGLISH 125 3 Play Production THT 240
ENGLISH 130 3 Critical Reading ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 203 3 American Literature to 1900 ENG 325
ENGLISH 204 3 American Literature 1900 to Present ENG 326
ENGLISH 205 3 English Literature to 1800 ENG 355
ENGLISH 206 3 English Literature 1800 to Present ENG 356
ENGLISH 207 3 Western World Literature ENG 252
ENGLISH 208 3 Eastern World Literature ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 211 3 Black American Writers ENG 251
ENGLISH 212 1 Editing 1 ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 213 1 Editing 2 ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 214 1 Editing 3 ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 212,213,214 3 Editing 1, 2, 3 (take all three) PWR 395
ENGLISH 220 3 Writing in the Disciplines PWR 2XX
ENGLISH 221 3 Literature of Gender ENG 261
ENGLISH 222 3 Rural Studies ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 230 3 Science Fiction ENG 210
ENGLISH 231 3 Advanced Composition and Research CPN 101 or ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 234 3 Creative Writing: Short Story PWR 212
ENGLISH 235 3 Creative Writing: Poetry PWR 213
ENGLISH 238 3 Modern Literature ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 240 3 The Film Experience ENG 278
ENGLISH 246 3 Major American Novels ENG 202
ENGLISH 249 3 Writing About the Environment ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 250 3 Aspects of Contemp Literature ENG 200
ENGLISH 275 1 Creative Writing PWR 2XX
ENGLISH 312 3 Advanced Technical Communications ENG 2XX
ENGLISH 342 3 Science Fiction ENG 2XX
 

Entrepreneurship & Small Business Management (ENTR)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 
 

Environmental Science (ENSC)

ENSC 100 3 Intro to Environmental Science EST 100
ENSC 101 3 Agricultural Science SCI 1XX
ENSC 102 3 Botany: Form & Function of Seed Plants SCI 1XX
ENSC 103 3 Botany, Plant Diversity BIO 201
ENSC 106 2 Pesticide Use and Handling GEN 1XX
ENSC 107 1 Integrated Pest Management GEN 1XX
 

Environmental Technology (ENVT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

 Equine Science and Management (ERID)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

 Equine Racing Management (ESTB)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 
  

Environmental Training (ETC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

 Exploratory Major (XMAJ)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 
 

Food Service Administration (FSAD)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

 General Education (GNED)

 
GNED 100 2 First Year Experience CLS 101
GNED 101 1 Speed Reading GEN 1XX
GNED 102 1 Practical Study Skills GEN 1XX
GNED 103 1 Reading Comprehension GEN 1XX
GNED 104 1 Library Research Methods GEN 1XX
GNED 105 1 Skills for the Adult Returning Student GEN 1XX
GNED 110 1 College and Career Planning Skills CLS 101
GNED 111 3 College Skills for Mature Adults GEN 1XX
GNED 112 1 Communication Skills for Leadership Dev. LAS 1XX
GNED 115 3 Medical Terminology GEN 1XX
GNED 120 3 College Success for Continuing Students GEN 1XX
GNED 203 1 Peer Tutor Training I GEN 1XX
GNED 204 1 Peer Tutor Training II GEN 1XX

 Geography (GEOG)

 
GEOG 101 3 An Intro to World Regional Geography  GRY 125

 History (HIST)

 
HIST 101 3 United States History to 1800 HIS 200
HIST 102 3 United States from 1800 to 1900 HIS 200 or HIS 2XX
HIST 103 3 United States History from 1900 to Present HIS 201
HIST 151 3 World History to 1600 HIS 100
HIST 152 3 World History from 1500 HIS 101
HIST 161 3 European History to 1648 HIS 110
HIST 162 3 European History from 1500 HIS 111
HIST 171 3 Environmental History HIS 1XX
HIST 172 3 Latin American and Caribbean History HIS 1XX
HIST 181 3 History of Technology to 1800 HIS 1XX
HIST 182 3 History of Technology from 1750 HIS 1XX
HIST 220 3 African American History HIS 2XX
HIST 221 3 History of the Vietnam War HIS 2XX 
HIST 225 3 Women in the United States HIS 2XX
HIST 320 3 History of New York State HIS 309
HIST 371 3 The World Wars HIS 2XX
HIST 372 3 The Cold War HIS 2XX
 

Horticulture (HORT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

 

Humanities (HUMN)

HUMN 220 3 Introduction to Islam LAS 2XX
HUMN 231 3 Native American Studies ENG 256
HUMN 300 3 Visual Communication COM 2XX
 

Human Performance & Health Promotion (HPHP)

 
HPHP 100 4 Intro to Wellness and Fitness HLH 210
HPHP 101 1 Fieldwork in Human Performance & Health Promotion EXS 1XX
HPHP 200 4 Exercise Physiology I EXS 397
HPHP 201 4 Exercise Physiology II EXS 465
HPHP 300 3 Sport and Exercise Psychology EXS 367
HPHP 301 4 Kinesiology and Applied Anatomy EXS 3XX
HPHP 304 1 Community Service in Exercise and Sport Science EXS 3XX
HPHP 305 4 Fitness Assessment and Exercise Programming EXS 3XX
HPHP 400 3 Application of Strength and Conditioning Principles EXS 4XX
HPHP 401 3 Cardiopulmonary Assessment for Exercise EXS 4XX
HPHP 402 3 Wellness Center Internship EXS 4XX
HPHP 403 3 Exercise Physiology for Special Populations EXS 4XX
HPHP 404 3 Fitness Program Leadership and Administration EXS 4XX
HPHP 405 1-6 Human Performance and Health Promotion Capstone Internship EXS 4XX 
 

Human Services (HUMS)

HUMS 101 3 Introduction to Human Services HUS 100
 

Individual Studies (ISP)

ISP 101 1 College Success for Individual Studies Students  GEN 1XX
 

Insurance (INS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

Journalism (JOUR)

   
JOUR 101 3 Modern Journalism COM 1XX
JOUR 111 3 News Writing and Reporting COM 203
JOUR 112 3 News Writing II COM 1XX
JOUR 114 3 News Editing COM 345
JOUR 121 3 Principles of Press Photography ATS 114
JOUR 122 3 Advanced Photo Journalism COM 344
JOUR 185 1 Production Laboratory I COM 3XX
JOUR 186 1 Production Laboratory II COM 3XX
JOUR 201 3 Sports Writing PWR 340
JOUR 211 3 Feature Writing COM 310
JOUR 214 3 Specialized Writing COM 2XX
JOUR 220 3 Mass Media & Society COM 301
JOUR 261 2 The Graphics of Mass Communication COM 2XX
JOUR 270 3 Desktop Publishing CAP 236
JOUR 272 3 Public Relations and Publicity Management COM 372
JOUR 280 3 Broadcast Management, News & Promotion COM 2XX
JOUR 285 1 Production Laboratory III COM 2XX
JOUR 286 1 Production Laboratory IV COM 2XX
JOUR 290 3 Advertising Strategies COM 371

Manufacturing Technology (MFG)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Massage Therapy (MAST)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Mathematics (MATH)

   
MAGN 101 3 Elementary Algebra LAS 1XX
MATH 102 3 Intermediate Algebra w/Trigonometry  MAT 111
MATH 103 3 College Algebra w/Trigonometry  MAT 115
MATH 141 3 Statistics MAT 201
MATH 145 3 Discrete Mathematics MAT 1XX
MATH 147 3 Selected Topics in Pre-Calculus MAT 115
MATH 149 3 Elementary Linear Algebra MAT 272
MATH 151 3 Analytic Geometry & Calculus I MAT 121
MATH 152 3 Analytic Geometry and Calculus II MAT 122
MATH 151 and 152 3,3

For MAT, AEM majors, if both completed:

Analytic Geometry and Calculus I, II, 

MAT 135 (4 cr) and MAT 1XX (2cr)
MATH 153 3 Business Calculus MAT 121
MATH 161 4 Engineering Calculus I MAT 135
MATH 162 4 Engineering Calculus II MAT 236
MATH 261 4 Engineering Calculus III MAT 237
MATH 262 4 Differential Equations and Matrix Algebra MAT 336

Mechanical Engineering Technology (MECH)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Music (MUSI)

   
MUSI 101 3 Introduction to Music and Art LAS 1XX
MUSI 102 3 History of Jazz MUS 332
MUSI 105 3 Experiencing Music MUS 100 
MUSI 150,155,160,165 1 Ensemble MUS 1XX

Natural Resources Conservation (NATR)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Nursing (NURS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Nutrition (NUTR)

   
NUTR 108 3 Basic Nutrition  HLH 232 OR 323
NUTR 110 3 Nutrition I HLH 323
NUTR 115 2 Health Field GEN 1XX
NUTR 160 3 Diet Therapy HLH 1XX
NUTR 170 3 Supervised Field Experience I CPV 400
NUTR 210 3 Life Cycle Nutrition HLH 2XX
NUTR 219 1 Orientation to Summer Field Experience GEN 1XX 
NUTR 220 3 Summer Supervised Field Experience CPV 400
NUTR 225 3 Educational Methods for the Food and Health Care Fields GEN 1XX 
NUTR 230 3 Supervised Field Experience II CPV 400
NUTR 250 3 Sports Nutrition HLH 357
NUTR 260 3 Meal Management:Spa Cuisine GEN 1XX 
NUTR 270 3 Supervised Field Experience III CPV 400

Office Technology (OFFT)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Paralegal (PARA)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Philosophy (PHIL)

   
PHIL 201 3 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 100
PHIL 211 3 Modern Ethics PHI 203
PHIL 311 3 Professional Ethics PHI 2XX

Physical Science (PSCI)

   
PSCI 101 3 Physical Science SCI 1XX

Physics (PHYS)

   
PHYS 107 4 Introductory Physics I PHY 105
PHYS 108 4 Introductory Physics II PHY 106
PHYS 127 4 General Physics I PHY 105
PHYS 128 4 General Physics II PHY 106
PHYS 154 4 University Physics I (Mechanics) PHY 201
PHYS 155 4 University Physics (Sound and Thermodynamics) PHY 203
PHYS 254 4 University Physics (Electricity and Magnetism) PHY 202
PHYS 255 4 University Physics (Optics and Modern Physics) PHY 410

Plastics Technology (PLAS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Political Science (POLI)

   
POLI 101 3 American National Government POL 100 
POLI 111 3 State and Local Governments POL 326 
POLI 113 3 American Judiciary System POL 202
POLI 151 3 Introduction to Comparative Government POL 101 

Psychology (PSYC)

   
PSYC 101 3 Introduction to Psychology PSY 101
PSYC 103 1 Introduction to Applied Psychology PSY 1XX 
PSYC 161 1 Social Science and Pseudoscience PSY 1XX 
PSYC 203 3 Biological Psychology PSY 2XX
PSYC 241 3 Child Development PSY 231
PSYC 242 3 Adolescent Development PSY 232
PSYC 243 3 Adult Development PSY 334
PSYC 251 3 Abnormal Psychology PSY 421
PSYC 255 3 Psychology of Personal Adjustment PSY 2XX
PSYC 284 3 Psychology of Gender PSY 330
PSYC 304 3 Industrial/Organizational Psychology PSY 342
PSYC 305 3 Personality PSY 322
PYSC 325 3 Motivation and Behavior PSY 311
PSYC 361 4 Research Methods and Application in Applied Psych I

PSY 3XX 

PSYC 362 4 Research Methods and Application in Applied Psych PSY 201
PSYC 384 3 Group Behavior PSY 3XX
PSYC 386 3 Social Psychology PSY 422 
PSYC 405 1 Applied Psychology Internship Orientation PSY 4XX
PSYC 406 12 Applied Psychology Internship PSY 4XX 
PSYC 410 3 Senior Seminar in Applied Psychology PSY 4XX
PSYC 415 3 Tests and Measures PSY 341 

Renewable Energy (RENG)

   
RENG 101 4 Basic Electricity for Renewable Energy PHY 1XX
RENG 102 3 Renewable Energy Resources PHY 1XX

Renewable Resources (RREN)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Residential Construction (RESC)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Resort & Recreation Service Management (RRMT)

   
RRMT 320 3 Legal Implications in the Resort & Recreation Industry REC 446 
RMMT 425 3 Training Design & Implementation for Hospitality Industry GEN 2XX
RRMT 430 3 Assessment of Customer Satisfaction in Service Mgmt REC 407
RRMT 440 4 Technology Applications for Resort & Recreation Mgmt REC 2XX
RRMT 450 3 Security & Safety & Intervention Strategies for Resort GEN 2XX
RRMT 460 3 International Hotel & Resort Management REC 2XX
RRMT 465 3 Managing Entertainment Venues GEN 2XX
RRMT 470 1 Resort & Recreation Internship Orientation REC 2XX
RRMT 480 12 Resort & Recreation Service Management MGT 2XX

Science, Technology and Society (STS)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Sociology (SOCI)

   
SOCI 101 3 Introduction to Sociology SOC 150
SOCI 201 3 Social Problems in the 21st Century SOC 2XX
SOCI 220 3 Marriage and the Family SOC 470
SOCI 221 3 Death and Dying LAS 2XX
SOCI 250 3 Social Gerontology SOC 220
SOCI 270 3 Drugs, Society & Behavior CRM 345
SOCI 360 3 Social Movements and Community Change SOC 3XX
SOCI 390 3 Urban Sociology SOC 461

Spanish (SPAN)

   
SPAN 101 3 Beginning Spanish I SPA 101
SPAN 102 3 Beginning Spanish II SPA 102
SPAN 125 3 Spanish for Heritage Speakers  
SPAN 201 3 Intermediate College Spanish I SPA 201
SPAN 202 3 Intermediate College Spanish II SPA 202

Theater (THEA)

   
THEA 150 1-3 Theatre Production Laboratory THT 1XX 
THEA 160 1-3  Technical Theatre Production Laboratory THT 1XX

Travel and Tourism/Hospitality Management  (TOUR)- Courses accepted as elective credit.

   

Wellness (WELL)

   
WELL 101 3 Stress and Wellness HLH 301

Wood Products Technology (Wood)- Courses accepted as elective credit.