Hawaiian Culture, Arts, and Humanities - Overview
Hawaiian Culture, Arts, and Humanities
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At the University of Hawai‘i Community Colleges, we offer you a vast range of courses and programs that teach you more about the Hawaiian language, Hawai‘i geography, science, culture and arts.

Our courses are designed as stepping-stones toward achieving your ultimate academic and career goals. Many of our students create their own educational and career pathway by combining several disciplines to address current issues facing Hawai‘i and the world. Students are studying ethnobotany, the natural environment, health and nutrition to find better ways of bridging the health and economic gap in Hawai‘i. Others are studying the sustainability of our environment to help protect the ‘aina.

Let us help you define your world, your future. To learn more about how you can get started at the community colleges, go to Getting Started.

Below is a list of courses that focus on Hawai‘i and the Pacific Islands. To see a complete list of classes offered at the various community colleges, please go to http://myuhinfo.hawaii.edu/page/checkclass.html.

 

Degrees & Certificates
Hawai‘i
Honolulu
Kapi‘olani
Kaua‘i
Leeward
Maui
Windward
Hawaiian Life Styles
Hawaiian Studies
AA, ASC
Hawaiian Pacific Studies
Environmental Studies
ASC
Natural Resources and Environmental Management
MELE: Music Entertainment Learning Experience
AAS = Associate in Applied Science Degree
ASC - Academic Subject Certificate
AS = Associate in Science degree
AA = Associate in Arts degree

 

Courses
Hawai‘i
Honolulu
Kapi‘olani
Kaua‘i
Leeward
Maui
Windward
Ahupua’a
Asian/Pacific Cuisine
Ethnobotanical Pharmacognosy
Flower/Foliage Crops
Geography of Hawaii
Geology of Hawaiian Islands
Hawaii and the World (History)
Hawaiian Culture (Intro)
Hawaiian Ethnobotany
Hawaiian Horticulture and Nutrition
Hawaiian Language
Hawaiian Literature
Hawaiian Marine Life
Hawaiian Mythology
Hawaiian Plants & Their Uses
Hawaiian Studies
History of Surfing
History of the Hawaiian Islands
Identification of Tropical Plants
Intro to Hawaiian Dance
Mea Kanu Hawaiian Plants (Botany)
Modern Hula
Music: Beginning Slack Key Guitar
Music: Mele
Music: Ukulele
Natural Environment
Natural History of Hawaiian Islands (Biology)
Organic Gardening
Pacific Island History
Pacific Island People (Anthropology)
Pacific Islands Studies
Pacific Literature
Plants in Hawaiian Environment
Polynesian Surf Culture
Small Scale Aquaculture
Sustainability

 

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