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    State University of New York at Oswego
   
 
  Nov 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

International Baccalaureate (IB) Course Equivalencies


International Baccalaureate (IB)
Course Equivalencies

(Subject to change)

IB Exam Title

Level

Minimum Exam Score

Credit Earned

Oswego Course Equivalent

Oswego Course Title

General Education Area for Degree Audit/Notes

Biology SL 4 4 BIO 120 Molecular and Cellular Foundations Natural Sciences
Biology HL 4 8 BIO 120

LAS XXXX
Molecular and Cellular Foundations

LAS Elective Credit
Natural Sciences
Business Management SL/HL 4 3     Elective Credit
Chemistry SL 4 3 CHE 101 Survey of Chemistry Natural Sciences
Chemistry HL 4-5 4 CHE 111 General Chemistry Natural Sciences
Chemistry HL 6-7 8 CHE 111

CHE 212
General Chemistry

General Chemistry
Natural Sciences
Classical Language SL/HL 4       (Note 1)
Computer Science SL 4 3 CSC 101 or

CSC 102
Tools for Computing or

Business Information Systems and Computing Tools
Arts & Science Elective Credit (Note 2)
Computer Science HL 4 6 CSC 101 and

LAS XXXX or
CSC 102
Tools for Computing and

LAS Elective Credit or
Business Information Systems and Computing Tools
Arts & Science Elective Credit (Note 2)
Dance SL/HL 4 3 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit Fine & Performing Arts
Design Technology SL/HL 4 3     Elective Credit
Economics SL 4 3 ECO XXXX ECO Elective Credit Social/Behavioral Sciences
Economics HL 4 6 ECO XXXX ECO Elective Credit Social/Behavioral Sciences
English A - Language/Literature SL/HL 4 6 ENG 101

ENG 102
Composition I

Composition II
Arts & Science Elective Credit
Writing
English A - Literature SL/HL 4 3 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit Humanities (Note 3)
Environmental Systems and Societies SL 4 3 GEO 115 Environmental Sustainability Natural Sciences
Film SL/HL 4 3 ENG 220 Modern Culture and Media Humanities
Geography SL/HL 4 3 GEG 100 Introduction to Geography (Note 4)
German B SL 4 6 GER 101

GER 102
Elementary German

Continuing Elementary German
Foreign Language
History of Africa SL 4 3 HIS 206 Africa to 1800 World Awareness
History of Americas SL 3 HIS 202 History of the US to 1865 American History
History of Asia/Oceania SL 4 3 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit World Awareness (Note 5)
History of Europe SL/HL 4 3 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit Western Civilization (Note 5)
History of Islam SL/HL 4 3 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit World Awareness (Note 5)
Information Technology in a Global Society SL/HL 4 3 CSC 101 or

CSC 102
Tools for Computing or

Business Informaiton Systems and
Computing Tools
Arts & Science Elective Credit
Foreign Language
Italian B SL/HL 4 6 ITA 101

ITA 102
Elementary Italian

Continuing Elementary Italian
Arts & Science Elective Credit
Foreign Language
Japanese B SL/HL 4 6 JPN 101

JPN 102
Elementary Japanese

Continuing Elemtary Japanese
Arts & Science Elective Credit
Foreign Language
Latin SL/HL 4 6 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit Arts & Science Elective Credit
Literature and Performance SL 4 3 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit Arts & Science Elective Credit (Note 3)
Language ab initio SL 4 3 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit Arts & Science Elective Credit (Note 6)
Mandarin ab SL 4 6 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit Arts & Science Elective Credit
Mathematical Studies SL 4 3 MAT 102 or

MAT XXXX
Foundations of Math in the Real World or

MAT Elective Credit
Math
Mathematics SL 4 3 MAT 102 or

MAT XXXX
Foundations of Math in the Real World or

MAT Elective Credit
Math
Mathematics HL 4 6 MAT 102 and

MAT XXXX
Foundations of Math in the Real World and

MAT Elective Credit
Math (Note 7)
Further Mathematics HL 4 6 MAT 102 and

MAT XXXX
Foundations of Math in the Real World and

MAT Elective Credit
Math (Note 7)
Music SL/HL 4 3 MUS 101 Introduction to the World of Music Fine and Performing Arts
Philosophy SL 4 3 PHL 100 Introduction to Problems of Philosophy Humanities
Physics SL 4 4 PHY 111 College Physics I Natural Science
Physics HL 4 8 PHY 111 and

PHY 212
College Physics I and

College Physics II
Natural Science
Psychology SL 4 3 PSY XXXX PSY Elective Credit Social/Behavioral Sciences
Psychology SL 5, 6, 7 6 PSY 100

PSY XXXX
PSY100 Introduction to Psychology

PSY Elective Credit
Arts & Sciences Elective Credit
Psychology HL 4 3 PSY XXXX PSY Elective Credit Arts & Sciences Elective Credit
Psychology HL 5, 6, 7 6 PSY XXXX and

PSY 100
PSY Elective Credit and

Introduction to Psychology
Socia/Behavioral Sciences
Social and Cultural Anthropology SL/HL 4 3 ANT 112 Cultural Anthropology Social/Behavioral Sciences
Spanish A2   4 3 SPA 101 Elementary Spanish Arts & Science Elective Credit
Spanish B SL/HL 4 6 SPA 101 and

SPA 102
Elementary Spanish and

Continuing Elementary Spanish
Arts & Science Elective Credit
Foreign Language
Sports Exc Sci SL 4 3 HSC XXXX HSC Elective Credit Arts & Science Elective Credit
Theatre SL/HL 4 3 THT 110 Introduction to Theatre Fine and Performing Arts
Visual Arts SL 4 3 ART 100 Introduction to Visual Arts Fine and Performing Arts
Visual Arts HL 4 6 LAS XXXX and

ART 100
LAS Elective Credit

Introduction to Visual Arts
Fine and Performing Arts
World Religions SL 4 3 LAS XXXX LAS Elective Credit World Awareness

 

NOTES:

  1. Course syllabus required for review to determine specific course equivalency and/or credit exemption.
  2. CSC 101 - Cognate requirements in certain majors / CSC 102 Cognate requirement for School of Business.
  3. Student must submit course syllabus to English and Creative Writing department for review to determine specific course equivalency and/or credit exemption.
  4. May be used to satisfy Curriculum & Instruction Social Studies cognate requirement.
  5. Student must submit course syllabus to History department for review to determine specific course equivalency and/or credit exemption.
  6. Student must submit course syllabus for review to determine specific course equivalency and/or credit exemption.
  7. Student must submit course syllabus to Mathematics department for review to determine higher level course equivalency and/or credit exemption.