Students in Ike Lea
Academic Subject Certificate

Visual Arts

Visual Arts Students

Program Overview

18 Credits
UH Maui College’s Academic Subject Certificate in Visual Arts recognizes and encourages innovation, collaboration, and creativity. Choose from classes in drawing, painting, ceramics, design, digital photography, printmaking, computer graphics, and art history. Develop 21st century skills in critical thinking, creative problem solving, and communication. Graduates have launched careers as artists or continued their studies in Fine Arts baccalaureate programs within the UH System.

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Take The Next Step

Request more information about this program or contact the Program Coordinator to learn more:

Jennifer Owen
808.984.3202

Course Schedules

View a month-by-month schedule of courses, as well as descriptions for each.

Scholarships

View our current scholarship opportunities. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.

Academic Counseling

Kulamanu Ishihara
808-984-3272
vorhies@hawaii.edu

Program Information

The Human Services program is designed to prepare students to work with people of all ages. The curriculum is organized around a core of courses that provide skills and knowledge needed by human service workers. In addition to the General Human Services degree, there is one Associate in Science (AS) degree specialization in Substance Abuse Counseling.

The AS in Human Services with the Substance Abuse Counseling Specialization counts for 2000 of the 6000-hour work requirement for CSAC by the State of Hawaii, Alcohol, and Drug Abuse Division of the Department of Health. The Certificate of Completion in SAC I and II fulfill the educational requirements for State of Hawaii CSAC certification. Students must complete the Certificate of Completion in Substance Abuse Counseling (21 credits) with a minimum C grade or better in each course.

Upon successful completion of the HSER Program, the student should be able to:

    1. Develop interpersonal skills that build appropriate, collaborative, respectful relationships with fellow students in the classroom and clients and professionals in the practicum setting.
    2. Demonstrate the attitudes, skills and knowledge base of client-centered, evidence- based helping strategies with a variety of populations in diverse human service settings.
    3. Identify vulnerable populations and the social conditions that contribute to their vulnerability; consider advocacy strategies to help alleviate those conditions.
    4. Develop self-awareness of one’s own values, interpersonal interaction styles, strengths and challenges that will impact the development of professionalism.
    5. Demonstrate knowledge of and application of the values and attitudes of code of ethics commonly used in the field of specialization (e.g. NASW, CSAC, etc.)