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Pre-Requisite Equivalencies: Physician Assistant

Borough of Manhattan Community College Bronx Community College Brooklyn College College of Staten Island Hudson Valley Community College Hunter College
A&P 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 425 BIO 23 PEES 3275 BIO 150 BIOL 220, or 230 or 270 BIOL 120
A&P 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 426 BIO 24 HNSC 2300 & 2301 BIO 160 BIOL 234 or 271, or 320 BIOL 122
General Chem 1 w/Lab (4 crs) CHE 201 CHM 11 Chemistry 1 CHM 141 w/CHM 121 CHEM 110 CHEM 102 and CHEM 103
General Chem 2 w/Lab (4 crs) CHE 202 CHM 12 Chemistry 2 CHM 142 w/CHM 127 CHEM 111 CHEM 104 and CHEM 105
Microbiology w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 230 or BIO 420 BIO 28 Biology 52 and 52.1 BIO 350 W/BIO 351 BIOL 290 BIOL 230
Gen. Biology 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 210 BIO 11 BIOL 1001 BIO 170 W/ BIO 171 BIOL 150 or 190 BIOL 100
Gen. Biology 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 220 BIO 12 BIOL 1002 BIO 180 W/ BIO 181 BIOL 151 or 191 BIOL 102
General Psychology (3 crs) PSY 100 PSY 11 Psychology 1.1 PSY 100 PSYC 100 PSYC 100
Developmental/ Lifespan Psychology (3 crs) PSY 240 PSY 40 or PSY 41 AND 42 Psychology 20+20.5+20.6 PSY 242 PSYC 205 PSYC 150
Abnormal Psychology (3 crs) PSY 260 PSY 31 Psychology 30 or 30.1 PSY 202 PSYC 210 PSY 223W
English (6 crs) Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.
Upper Division Science (3 crs) Not available Not available Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course. Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course. Not available Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.
Mathematics Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)
Humanities (6 crs) Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences
Kingsborough Community College Queens College Laguardia Community College Medgar Evers College   Nassau Community College
A&P 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 01100 BIOL 40 SCB 203 BIO 251   AHS 131 or BIO 201
A&P 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 01200 BIOL 41 SCB 204 BIO 252   AHS 132 or BIO 202
General Chem 1 w/Lab (4 crs) CHM 01100 CHEM 113.4 & 114.1 SCC 201 CHM 201 or CHM 421   CHE 131
General Chem 2 w/Lab (4 crs) CHM 01200 CHEM 114.4 SCC 202 CHM 202 or CHM 422 or CHM 523   CHE 132
Microbiology w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 05100 BIOL 201 SCB 260 BIO 261, BIO 403   BIO 214
Gen. Biology 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 01300 BIOL 105 SCB 201 BIO 201   BIO 101
Gen. Biology 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 01400 BIOL 106 SCB 202 BIO 202   BIO 102
General Psychology (3 crs) PSY 01100 PSYCH 101 SSY 101 PSYC 101   PSY 203
Developmental/ Lifespan Psychology (3 crs) PSY 03200 or EDU 32 PSYCH 214 & 216 OR PSYCH 217 SSY 240 and 241 PSYC 229   PSY 212+213+214 OR PSY 216
Abnormal Psychology (3 crs) PSY 03600 PSYCH 221 SSY 230 PSYC 301   PSY 215
English (6 crs) Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.   Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.
Upper Division Science (3 crs) Not available Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course. Not available Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.   Not available
Mathematics Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)   Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)
Humanities (6 crs) Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences   Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences
New York City College of Technology   Queensborough Community College Suffolk Community College SUNY Binghamton SUNY Famingdale
A&P 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 2311   BI 301 or BI 235 BIO 130/BY 30 BIOL 251 BIO 170
A&P 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 2312   BI 302 or BI 421 BIO 132/BY 32 BIOL 347 BIO 171
General Chem 1 w/Lab (4 crs) CHEM 1110   CH 151 CHE133/CH 33 CHEM 107 CHE 152
General Chem 2 w/Lab (4 crs) CHEM 1210   CH 152 CHE 134/CH 34 CHEM 108 CHE 153
Microbiology w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 3302   BI 311 BIO 244/BY 44 BIOL 314 BIO 220
Gen. Biology 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 1101   BI 201 BIO 150/BY 50 BIOL 117 BIO 192
Gen. Biology 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 1201   BI 202 BIO 152/BY 52 BIOL 118 BIO 193
General Psychology (3 crs) PSY 1101   SS 510 PSY 101/PC 11 PSYC 111 PSY 101
Developmental/ Lifespan Psychology (3 crs) PSY 2300   SS 520 PSY 210/PC 60 PSYC 220 PSY 232 & 233 & 252
Abnormal Psychology (3 crs) PSY 2403   SS 530 PSY 215/PC 80 PSYC 223 PSY 235
English (6 crs) Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.   Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.
Upper Division Science (3 crs) Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.   Not available Not available Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course. Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.
Mathematics Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)   Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)
Humanities (6 crs) Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences   Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences
SUNY Purchase   SUNY Stony Brook SUNY Old Westbury   SUNY Brockport
A&P 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 1510   ANP 300 BS 3520   BIO 321
A&P 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 1520   BIO 328 and a Physiology Lab BS 3400   BIO 322
General Chem 1 w/Lab (4 crs) CHE 1550   CHE 131 & 133 CP 2100/2101 or CP 2120/2120   CHE 205
General Chem 2 w/Lab (4 crs) CHE 1560   CHE 132 & 134 CP 2110/2111 or CP 2130/2131   CHE 206
Microbiology w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 3360   HBM 320 & 321 BS 4420   BIO 323
Gen. Biology 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 1550& 1550.10   BIO 202 & 204 BS 2400   BIO 201
Gen. Biology 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 1560 & 1560.10   BIO 203 & 205 BS 2410   BIO 202
General Psychology (3 crs) PSY 1530   PSY 103 PY 2010   PSH 110
Developmental/ Lifespan Psychology (3 crs) N/A   N/A PY 5210 or a combination of PY3210/PY3220/PY3230   PSH 384 & PSH 436 (both required)
Abnormal Psychology (3 crs) PSY 3100   PSY 230 PY 3310   PSH 334
English (6 crs) Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.   Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.   Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.
Upper Division Science (3 crs) Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.   Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course. Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.   Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.
Mathematics Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)   Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)   Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)
Humanities (6 crs) Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences   Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences   Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences
SUNY Albany   Erie Community College CUNY John Jay College   Long Island University — Brooklyn
A&P 1 w/Lab (4 crs) ANT 316   BI 150/151 N/A   BIO 131- Must also take a lab
A&P 2 w/Lab (4 crs) ANT 318   BI 152/153 N/A   BIO 132 - Must also take a lab
General Chem 1 w/Lab (4 crs) CHE 120 &124   CHE 180/181 CHE 103   CHE 3
General Chem 2 w/Lab (4 crs) CHE 121 & 125   CHE 182/183 CHE 104   CHE 4
Microbiology w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 314 & 315   BI 230/231 N/A   BIO 101
Gen. Biology 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 120 & 121   BI 110/115 BIO 103   BIO 3
Gen. Biology 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIO 122 & 123Z   BI 112/117 BIO 104   BIO 4
General Psychology (3 crs) PSY 101 or 102   PS 100 PSY 101   PSY 3
Developmental/ Lifespan Psychology (3 crs) N/A   PS 201 PSY 231 (must be combined with Adult/Aging Psychology)   PSY 107 & PSY 108
Abnormal Psychology (3 crs) PSY 338/338Z   PS 202 PSY 242   PSY 110
English (6 crs) Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.   Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement. Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.   Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.
Upper Division Science (3 crs) Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.   Not available Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.   Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.
Mathematics Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)   Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course) Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)   Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)
Humanities (6 crs) Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences   Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences   Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences
Westchester Community College   SUNY Plattsburgh
A&P 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIOL 121   BIO 326      
A&P 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIOL 123   BIO 327      
General Chem 1 w/Lab (4 crs) CHEM 107   CHE 111      
General Chem 2 w/Lab (4 crs) CHEM 111   CHE 112      
Microbiology w/Lab (4 crs) BIOL 221   BIO 203      
Gen. Biology 1 w/Lab (4 crs) BIOL 115   BIO 101      
Gen. Biology 2 w/Lab (4 crs) BIOL 117   BIO 102      
General Psychology (3 crs) PSYCH 101 or 101H   PSY 101      
Developmental/ Lifespan Psychology (3 crs) PSYCH 116   PSY 311      
Abnormal Psychology (3 crs) PSYCH 103   PSY 443      
English (6 crs) Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.   Any non-remedial, non-ESL, credit-baring course from the English, or Writing, Department(s). In addition to English Composition, if your college has writing intensive courses listed and described as such in their catalog, these are also acceptable to fulfill the English Elective requirement.      
Upper Division Science (3 crs) Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.   Upper division science courses are generally physical/life science courses numbered 300 level or higher. They require prerequisite course work or are designated as such by the institution. They are generally completed at 4 year colleges/universities (at a junior or senior level). Applicants will need to consult with the Registrar’s Office at their home school to be sure the course is at an upper division level. Applicants may be required to submit proof of the upper-division status of the course.      
Mathematics Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)   Any Math course offered in the Math Department (Excluding: Statistics and any remedial Math course)      
Humanities (6 crs) Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences   Any writing intensive course in: Humanities, Political Science, Speech, Religion, Foreign Language, Philosophy, Economics, Additional Psychology, Additional Sociology, Additional Anthropology, Literature, Arts, Theatre, Music, and courses labeled Social Sciences