The Department of
Oceanography at the University of Hawaii offers Master's degree
in the field of Oceanography. Students in the Department specialize in one of
three sub-disciplines: biological , marine geology and geochemistry , or physical oceanography....
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in meteorology is designed to prepare a graduate for professional employment as a meteorologist, and meets the requirements specified by the federal meteorological agencies. A new graduate may be commissioned as a meteorological...
Our student body now consists of about 15 students pursuing the M.S. degree and 20 in our Ph.D. program. Our students come from Hawai‘i, from the US mainland and from other countries. The main qualification to join our program is good performance in an undergraduate...
Doctoral DegreeThe PhD student exhibits a higher level of independence and originality of thought than that required of the MS student. Students must satisfy several requirements in order to graduate with a PhD degree. Each student is required to pass at least...
The MS degree program is offered
under either Plan A (thesis) or Plan B (non-thesis). A total of 30
credit hours is required for each degree option. An advisory
committee composed of at least three members of the graduate...
The Academy for Creative Media emphasizes narrative, or story
telling, theories, skills and application across multiple platforms of
digital media and within a context of cultural and aesthetic values.
More than just a “film school,” ACM seeks to empower students...
Undergraduate Microbiology Student Learning Outcomes Upon graduation, Microbiology
majors should have a thorough knowledge and comprehension of the core concepts
in the disciplines of molecular, cellular and organismal microbiology. In
The Master's in Education in Educational Technology (ETEC) program requires a minimum of 36 semester credit hours, with seven required and five elective
ETEC courses. The selection of ETEC electives is based on students'
orientation and career plans within...
The Doctor of Philosophy in Education (PhD) is a college-wide degree
awarded for distinguished academic preparation for professional
practice and research in the field of education. The program is
designed to enhance and facilitate educational, social, and...
HTIC offers an Associate in Arts (A.A.) degree program with a major in
Liberal Arts. The Liberal Arts Program introduces students to various
fields of knowledge, including the arts and humanities, languages,
social sciences, natural sciences, and mathematics,...
To enable students to have a comprehensive understanding of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine concepts and theory; to understand how an effective treatment strategy is based upon the diagnosis formulated; and to prepare students for Hawaii State Board of Acupuncture...
To enable students to have a spiritual approach to healing, integrated and disciplined in the tradition of the Taoist healing arts on which Tai Hsuan Foundation institute was founded. This course is dedicated to train students in:* ...
In this program, students learn the essential knowledge and skills to enter the legal field as a paralegal. Major topics covered
include legal research and writing, civil litigation, criminal law, criminal procedure, contracts, torts, law office management, business
In cooperation with the Interdisciplinary Studies BA Program, the
Matsunaga Institute for Peace offers an undergraduate major in Peace
and Conflict Resolution. The major is interdisciplinary in nature and
is concerned with the academic study of war and other...
The College of Social Sciences has launched a new Public Policy
Center. The mission of the Center is to enhance the quality of
community life throughout Hawaii, the United States and the Asian
Pacific region. The Center educates professionals for careers in...
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