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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

Liberal Arts & Science - Mathematics and Science with GIS concentration A.S.

 
LOWER DIVISION COURSE REQUIREMENTS           LOWER DIVISION COURSE REQUIREMENTS  
Required Courses Credits Earned Courses Credits
General Biology w/ Lab 4 BIOL103 (See Note #3) 4
Natural Resources Ecology 3 BIOL104 (See Note #3) 3
General Chemistry I w/ Lab 4 CHEM103 (See Note #3) 4
General Physics I w/ Lab 3 PHYS103 (See Note #3) 3
Pre-Calculus 3 MATH106 (See Note #3) 3
General Ecology 4    
Economics 3 ECON201 or ECON202 (See Note #2) 3
Introduction to Probability & Statistics 3 MATH214 (See Note #3) 3
English w/ a Focus on Writing I 3 ENGL101 3
Public Speaking 3 ENGL221 (see Note #1) 3
Sociology or Psychology 3 Liberal arts elective (see Note #4) 3
American History 3 HIST103 or HIST104 or HIST105 (See Note #2) 3
Humanities 3 ENGL102 3
Plant Materials 2  

 

Western Civilization 3 HIST101 or HIST102 (See Note #2) 3
Principles of Management 3    
Free Elective 3 CHEM104 3
Free Elective 3 Any GIS course or Free Elective 3
Information Literacy 1  
Adirondack Field Studies 4    
TOTAL LOWER DIVISION CREDITS 61 TOTAL LOWER DIVISION CREDITS 47
UPPER DIVISION COURSE REQUIREMENTS     UPPER DIVISION COURSE REQUIREMENTS  
Required Courses Credits Earned Courses Credits
Orientation Seminar: Forest and Natural Resources Management 1    
Accounting 3    
Forest Ecology and Siviliculture 3    
Natural Resources Measurements and Sampling 3    
Introduction to Soils 3    
Free Elective 3 Any GIS course or Elective 3
Natural Resources Managerial Economics 3    
Watershed Hydrology 3    
Introduction to Geospatial Information Technologies 3 GIS111 & GIS121 3
Fundamentals of Outdoor Recreation 3    
Business Law 3    
Free Elective 3 GIS122 3
Natural Resources and Environmental Policy 3    
Natural Resources Management Elective 3    
Wildlife or Fisheries Course 3    
Writing for Science Professionals 3    
Free Elective 3 Any GIS course or Elective 3
Free Elective 3 Any GIS course or Elective 3
Free Elective 3 Any GIS course or Elective 3
Integrated Resources Management 3    
Human Behavior and Recreation Visitor Management 3    
TOTAL UPPER DIVISION CREDITS 61 TOTAL UPPER DIVISION CREDITS 18
TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED 122 TOTAL CREDITS TRANSFERRED 65

Advising Notes:

  1. Under English and Humanities (12 credits), students should complete ENGL221.
  2. Under Behavioral and Social Science (9 credits), students should choose complete ECON201 or ECON202 to fulfill the economics requirement, and HIST103 or HIST104 or HIST105 to fulfill the American History General Education, and HIST101 or HIST102 to fulfill the General Education Western Civilization requirement.
  3. Under Natural Sciences and Mathematics (20 credits minimum), students should take BIOL103 and BIOL104, CHEM103 and CHEM104, PHYS103, MATH106 and MATH214.  Math below MATH106 will not transfer into this major. 
  4. Students should complete any PSY or SOC prefixed course for one of their Liberal Arts Electives.

Program to Program reviewed 11/15/13