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Cayuga Community College (2010)
Transfer Articulation Guidelines (TAG)

Course Equivalents for SUNY College off Environmental Science and Forestry

SUNY ESF

Natural Resource Management B.S.

  Cayuga Community College

Geographic Information Systems A.S.

 
LOWER DIVISION COURSE REQUIREMENTS           LOWER DIVISION COURSE REQUIREMENTS  
Required Courses Credits Earned Courses Credits
General Biology w/ Lab 4 BIOL103 4
Natural Resources Ecology 3    
General Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 See Note #2 4
Physics 3 See Note #2 4
Pre-Calculus 3 MATH106 (See note #1) 3
General Ecology 4    
Economics 3 ECON201 or ECON202 3
Introduction to Probability & Statistics 3    
English w/ a Focus on Writing I 3 ENGL101 3
Public Speaking 3    
Sociology or Psychology 3    
American History 3 HIST103 or HIST104 or HIST105 3
Humanities 3    
Western Civilization 3 HIST101 3
Principles of Management 3    
Plant Materials 2    
Free Elective 3 GIS220 3
Free Elective 3 GIS222 3
Information Literacy 1  
Adirondack Field Studies 4    
TOTAL LOWER DIVISION CREDITS 61 TOTAL LOWER DIVISION CREDITS 33

 

UPPER DIVISION COURSE REQUIREMENTS     UPPER DIVISION COURSE REQUIREMENTS  
Required Courses Credits Earned Courses Credits
Orientation Seminar: Forest and Natural Resources Management 1    
Natural Resources & Measurements and Sampling 3    
Forest Ecology and Siviliculture 3    
Introduction to Soils 3    
Principles of Accounting 3    
Free Elective 3 CS120 3
Natural Resources Managerial Economics 3    
Introduction to Geospatial Information Technologies 3 GIS111 & GIS121 3
Fundamentals of Outdoor Recreation 3    
Business Law 3    
Watershed Hydrology 3    
Wildlife or Fisheries Course 3    
Free Elective 3 BUS225 3
Natural Resources and Environmental Policy 3    
Writing for Science Professionals 3 ENGL102 3
Free Elective 3 GIS122 3
Free Elective 3 CS200 3
Free Elective 3 GIS205 3
Natural Resource Management Elective 3    
Integrated Resources Management 3    
Human Behavior & Visitor Management 3    
TOTAL UPPER DIVISION CREDITS 61 TOTAL UPPER DIVISION CREDITS 21
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 122 TOTAL CREDITS TRANSFERRED 54

Advising Notes:

  1. Students are advised to take MATH106 as their first semester math requirement at Cayuga.
  2. Students should use their math/science elective and their free elective to complete CHEM103-General Chemistry I and PHYS103-General Physics I to strengthen their science background required in this program of study at ESF.

Program to Program 11/15/2013