About CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS)
The CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) provides online and on campus programs that meet the needs of adults who are looking to finish a bachelor’s degree, earn a master’s degree or certificate in a specialized field, advance in the workplace, or change careers.
Drawing on CUNY’s nationally and internationally renowned faculty and practitioners, as well as industry and education partners, our programs provide opportunities for personal growth, job mobility, greater civic participation, and new ways to advance knowledge.
The School’s growth has been remarkable. Launching twenty-two degrees since 2006, our enrollment has risen by more than 30% in the last four years to 3,300 students in the credit-bearing programs. We serve thousands more who are enrolled in our non-degree and grant funded workforce development programs. In addition, CUNY SPS has a growing and active Alumni network and has established the CUNY SPS Foundation, which offers multiple scholarship opportunities to our current students.
Transfer up to 90 credits into a CUNY SPS program!
Saylor Direct Credit Course Equivalents
Please note that some Saylor Direct Credit courses may be currently unavailable. See an up to date list at https://www.saylor.org/credit/#courses.
We strive to keep this list up to date, but there may be newer Saylor Direct Credit courses not listed here. CUNY SPS also keeps a list of course equivalencies on their Credit for Prior Learning Page.
|Saylor Course Name||CUNY SPS Course or Common Core Area||Credits|
|BIO101: Introduction to Molecular and Cellular Biology||Life and Physical Sciences||3|
|BUS101: Introduction to Business||BUS 200||3|
|BUS103: Introduction to Financial Accounting||Business Elective||3|
|BUS105: Managerial Accounting||BUS 306||3|
|BUS202: Principles of Finance||Business Elective||3|
|BUS203: Principles of Marketing||BUS 315||3|
|BUS204: Business Statistics||BUS 310||3|
|BUS205: Business Law||BUS 330||3|
|BUS206: Management Information Systems||BUS 325||3|
|BUS208: Principles of Management||BUS 320||3|
|BUS209: Organizational Behavior||ORGD 341||3|
|BUS210: Corporate Communication||CM 333||3|
|BUS303: Strategic Information Technology||IS 200||3|
|CHEM101: General Chemistry I||CHEM 101||3|
|COMM001: Principles Of Human Communication||HRL 210||3|
|CS101: Introduction to Computer Science I||General Elective||3|
|CS102: Introduction to Computer Science II||General Elective||3|
|CS302: Software Engineering||General Elective||3|
|CS402: Computer Communications and Networks||IS 260||3|
|ECON101: Principles of Microeconomics||ECO 201||3|
|ECON102: Principles of Macroeconomics||ECO 202||3|
|ENVS203: Environmental Ethics, Justice & World Views||General Ed: Individual and Society||3|
|MA001: College Algebra||Math and Quantitative Reasoning||3|
|MA005: Calculus I||Math and Quantitative Reasoning||3|
|MA121: Introduction to Statistics||MATH 215||3|
|PHIL103: Moral and Political Philosophy||Individual & Society||3|
|PHYS101: Introduction to Mechanics||Scientific World||3|
|PHYS102: Introduction to Electromagnetism||Scientific World||3|
|POLSC101: Introduction to Political Science||General Ed: Individual and Society||3|
|POLSC201 Introduction to Western Political Thought||General Elective||3|
|POLSC221: Introduction to Comparative Politics||World Cultures & Global Issues||3|
Saylor Academy can help you complete your degree at any of our partner schools with tuition-free Saylor Direct credit courses. Get started at www.saylor.org/credit.