Transfer Evaluation System (TES)

The Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics is continually looking to improve and expedite our processes for our students. We are happy to be able to provide a list of accredited institutions and those courses that have already been reviewed and approved by our college as appropriate for transfer back to SU. The table below lists the college or university that has offered the course and how that particular course articulates within our majors in Falk. It should be noted that this is an internal document specific to our Falk majors and that transfer by a student into another home college at Syracuse University or an outside institution not does guarantee equivalency or acceptance. This list will be updated at the end of each semester.

Important information about the TES listing

The equivalencies in the TES listing have been determined by reviewing individual petitions to faculty as submitted by our FALK College students. They are a best practice reference for our college and majors. Students who transfer to another college will have their transcripts / records re-evaluated by the new college.

The listing below was last updated on March 18, 2019 and is subject to change. Please check for updates.

The Maximum number of credits allowed for transfer from any combination of 2 year schools is 66 credits. Maximum number of 90 credits may be transferred (if degree applicable), to include 2 and 4 year schools, AP credits, IB credits, etc.

Minimum grade allowed to transfer credit back to SU is a grade of “C”. “C-” grades do not transfer (and) P/F grades only transfer with proof of grade being a “C” or better. P/F courses can only be used towards elective credits, not program requirements.

It is the student’s responsibility to request that an official transcript be sent directly to their college recorder upon completion of their course(s) taken at other institutions.

The Writing Department has made significant reductions in the classes that are now recognized as equivalent to WRT 105 and WRT 205. Any time you are going to petition for these classes to be fulfilled outside of SU, please refer to the WRT Course Substitute web page.

There is no need to petition the equivalencies listed within the table below.

Please note: NSD 555 = NSD 354

Questions about this listing?

Contact the Falk College Recorders:
Office of Student Services
300 MacNaughton Hall, Syracuse NY 13244

For questions relating to the programs within Human Development and Family Science, Food Studies, Marriage and Family Therapy, Social Work contact:
Lisa Dievendorf
ladieven@syr.edu
315-443-2689

For questions relating to the programs within Nutrition/Nutrition Science, Public Health, Sport Management/Sport Analytics contact:
Lisa Kennedy
lkennedy@syr.edu
315-443-2145

Falk College Course Transfer Listing

University Course Number Course Title # Credits Comparable SU Course
Adelphi University - 2003 BIO 203 Biology (Anatomy) 4 BIO 216
Adelphi University - 2003 BIO 203 Biology (Anatomy) 4 BIO 216
Adelphi University - 2003 BIO 204 Biology (Physiology) 4 BIO 217
Adelphi University - 2003 BIO 204 Biology (Physiology) 4 BIO 217
Adelphi University - 2003 ENV 101 Social Science and Evironmental Problems 3 GEO 155
Adelphi University - 2003 ENV 101 Social Science and Evironmental Problems 3 GEO 155
Adelphi University - 2003 SPA 111 Level I Spanish 3 SPA 101
Adelphi University - 2003 SPA 111 Level I Spanish 3 SPA 101
Adirondack Community College 2017 PSY 101 General Pasychology 3 PSY 205
Adirondack Community College 2017 PSY 101 General Pasychology 3 PSY 205
Alfred State University - 2005 HUSR 1303 Intro Alcoholism/ Substance Abuse 3 HTW 318
Alfred State University - 2005 HUSR 1303 Intro Alcoholism/ Substance Abuse 3 HTW 318
Alfred State University - 2005 MATH 1123 Statistics I 3 MAT 121
Alfred State University - 2005 MATH 1123 Statistics I 3 MAT 121
American Military University - 4193 CIN 130 Introduction to Biology with Lab 4 BIO 121
American Military University - 4193 CIN 130 Introduction to Biology with Lab 4 BIO 121
American River College - 4004 MUFHL 300 Introduction to Music 3 HOM 125
American River College - 4004 MUFHL 330 World Music 3 HOM 285
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 ART 131 Prague Art & Architecture 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 ART 228 Central & East European Film Seminar 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 ART 372 / 572 Contemproary Art Scene 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 COM 201 Intercultural Communication 3 CRS 430
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 COM 201 Intercultural Communication 3 CRS 460
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 ENV 303 Politics of the Environment 3 Natural Science ( Env Sci)
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 FRE 100 French I 3 FRE 101
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 HIS 103 World History I 3 Elective
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 HIS 122 European History II: The Making of Modern Europe 3 HST 111 and / or HST 112
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 HIS 231 History of Cold War 3 Elective
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 HIS 236 Jewish Experience in Central Europe 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 HSS 200 European Music History and Appreciation 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 HSS 310 World Folklore 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 HUM 455/ 655 Hollhwood and Europe: From National to Transnational Cinema 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 JRN 250 Intro to Broad Cast News & Video Production 3 Elective /JRN 250
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 JRN 290 History of Broadcasting-Media in the 21st Century 3 Elective
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 JRN 321 Media Impact in the New Europe 3 Elective
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 LEG 122 Criminal Law 3 Elective
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 LI 7280 Literature as Social Critique 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 MGT 357 Human Resources management 3 Elective
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 PHI 180 Freedom 3 Humanities
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 PHI 183 Intro to Existentialism 3 Humanities (PHI 325)
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 PHI 334 Moral Philosophy & The Meaning of Life 3 PHI 192
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 POL 200 Political Philosophy 3 PHI 175
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 PSY 250 Social Psychology 3 PSY 274
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 PSY 367 the Psychology of the Enviornmental Crisis 3 Natural Science ( Env Sci)
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 SOC 100 Intro to Sociology 3 SOC 101
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 SOC 276 Sub-Cultures: Lifestyles, Literature, Music 3 Elective (SOC 276) (SOC 248)
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 SOC 381 Sociology and the Family 3 SOC 281
Anglo- American University ( Prague, Czech) - 3239 SOC 476 Sub-Cultures:Lifestyles, Literature & Music 3 Social Science
Anne Arundel Community College - 5019 ANT 296 Sp. Topic: North American Indian 3 Elective
Anne Arundel Community College - 5019 HUM 101 Introduction to Fine Arts 3 HOA 105