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Health Related Programs-Allied Health

Under the umbrella of Allied Health are a number of Certificates of Competence enabling individuals to gain the education and training needed for entry to various nursing-related professions. Grade C or better is required in all courses for a certificate or degree in Allied Health, unless stipulated otherwise.

Contact the Allied Health department chair, Anne Scharnhorst, at 984-3250, or by email at annes@hawaii.edu for information.

Nurse Assistant (CO):  6 credits

Prepares individuals to work in hospitals, extended care facilities, private nursing agencies, and home health agencies under supervision of an LPN or RN. Graduates are eligible to take the Certification Examination given by American Red Cross.
Nursing 100(6) Nurse Assistant (This course takes one semester; there is no selection process.)
Prerequisite: ENG 19 with grade C or better or placement at least ENG 22.

Adult Residential Care Home Operator (CO):  3 credits*

ARCH prepares individuals to apply for certification to operate a Care Home in the State of Hawai’i.
Nursing 12(1), 13(1), 14(1) Three 5-week courses offered during one semester.
Recommended: NURS 100 with grade C or better.

Medical Assistant I (CC):  See Business Technology program map.

Medication Assistant (CO):  3 credits

Prepares individuals to work in assisted living and community-based settings.
Pharmacology 103(1), 104(1), 105(1) Three 5-week courses offered during one semester.
Prerequisite: BIOL 100 with grade C or better, or consent.
Recommended: NURS 100 with grade C or better.
 
Pharmacy Technician (CC):  22 credits

Prepares individuals as pharmacy technicians. Includes preparation for National Certification Exam as a Pharmacy Technician. Grade C or better is required in all courses for the certificate.

First Semester (Fall)
Credits  

BIOL 100  Human Biology
3

HLTH 125  Survey of Medical Technology
1

BUSN 150  Introduction to Business Computing or

ICS 101  Digital Tools for the Information World
3

MATH 18  Essential Math for Algebra
3

ENG 22  Introduction to Composition
3

      13

Second Semester (Spring)
Credits

PHRM 103 […]

Dental Assisting—Allied Health (CC)

The Dental Assisting program is a two-semester program that is accredited by the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation (ADACODA) and prepares individuals to work as a Chairside Assistant in dental offices and settings. The employment rate for Dental Assistants in Maui County is expected to increase by 31.6 percent in the 6-year period 2004 through 2014.

The curriculum is organized in accordance with requirements of the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation with consultation from the Maui County Dental Society. Hands-on experience is achieved through clinical practice in the Maui Oral Health Center and in dental offices and clinics. Graduates are eligible to take the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB).

 

Per UH Board of Regents policy, priority for admission to the high demand Dental Assisting and Dental Hygiene programs is given first to fully qualified State of Hawai‘i residents as determined by the registrar for tuition purposes.* Qualified non-residents are considered after qualified Hawai‘i residents have filled all available openings. Admission to UH Maui College does not guarantee admission to the Dental Assisting program.

The following minimum competencies are required of students entering the Dental Assisting program: a) English 22 with grade C or better, or placement at English 100; and b) Biology 100 with grade C or better. Courses may be repeated once to raise a grade. Of the two times that the course has been taken, the higher grade is utilized fro admission purposes. Only grades in the first two attempts are considered for admission. In teh event of a tie (i.e., 2 students having the same points in teh Program Application), the student with the highest UHMC grade point average is offered admission to the program.

Science “lecture” courses (e.g., BIOL 100) required for […]

Institute of Hawaiian Music (A.S.C)

The  Academic Subjecy Certificate (ASC) in Hawaiian Music is intended to encourage students to specialize in Hawaiian music in order to preserve and perpetuate this art form.

Call Dr. Keola Donaghy at 984-3411 for information.

Requirements for ASC in Hawaiian Music: 38 credits

The ASC has a minimum of 38 credits.
Courses must be taken for a letter grade.
A GPA of 2.0 or better is required for all courses applied to the certificate

Hawai’i Emphasis

HAW 101
Elementary Hawaiian I (4)

Foundations & Global Multicultural Perspectives

MUS 107
World Music Cultures (3)

Human Understanding

HAW 102
Elementary Hawaiian II (4)

HAW 104
Hawai’i: Language Through Hula (3)

Human Expression

MUS 114H
Hawaiian Chorus (2)

MUS 271
Digital Recording Techniques (3)

Area of Interest

MUS 132
Applied Hawaiian Music (repeated once) (2,2)

MUS 272
Digital Recording Technology (3)

Electives

MUS 180
Basic Theory & Aural Skills (2)

ECON 190v
Economics fro the Arts (3)

HAW 201
Intermediate Hawaiian I (4)

HWST 176
History of Hawaiian Music (3)

 

Note: AA degree requires an additional 22 credits (100-level or higher) minimum.

Hawaiian Studies (AA)

The Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies is designed to provide students a broad foundation in general education with a major focus in Hawaiian studies.

Graduation Requirements

CREDITS

Minimum Applicable: 60 credits, 100-level or higher

GRADES

Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.0

RESIDENCY

Minimum UHMC: 12 credits

WRITING INTENSIVE

1.

2.

Hawaiian Studies Core Classes: 11 credits

HAW 101

HAW 102

HAW 107 (Fulfilled as Arts & Hawaiian DH requirements)

HWST 270

General Education Requirements: 32-34 credits

English Communication: 3 credits

FW-ENG 100 Written Communication

Global Multicultural Perspectives: 6 credits (Two courses from a different group)

FGA-Before 1500 CE: HIST 151

FGB-Since 1500 CE: HIST 152; GEOG 102.

FGC-Pre-histort to present: MUS 107; REL 150.

Symbolic Reasoning: 3 credits

FS-MATH 100, 103, 112, 115, 135, 140, 203, 205, 206, 231, 232; PHIL 110.

Oral Communication in English: 3 credits

FO-BUS/COM 130, COM 145, 210; DRAM 221, 222; SP 151, 231, 251.

Diversification Requirements

Arts and Humanities: 5-6 credits (Two courses from two different groups)

DA-Diversification Arts: HAW 104; HWST 205A, HWST 205E, HWST 205I; MUS 114H

DH-Diversification Humanities: HWST 107 required.

Natural Science: 6-7 credits  One course from Biological (DB), one Physical (DP), and one corresponding laboratory (DY)

DB-Diversification Biological: AG 122, 174, 200, 253, 265; ANTH 215, BIOL 101/SCI 121, BIOL 100, 102, 103, 105, 124, 151, 152, 171, 172, 200, 225, 265, 282; BOT 101; FSHN 185, 285, 286;
MICRO 130; PHRM 203; ZOOL 101, 141, 142, 200.

DP- Diversification Physical: ASTRO 110; BIOC 241, 244; CHEM 151, 161, 162; GEOG 101; GG 101, 103; OCN 201; PHYS 105, 151, 152, 170, 272; SCI 122; SSM 101, 201, 202, 402, 403.
*If a 3-credit course taken includes a lab, additional 100-level or higher may be needed to meet the 60-credit AA requirement. A 4-credit may include a lab.

Social Science: 6 credits (Two courses from different disciplines)

DS-Diversification Social Science: BOT 105/HWST 221.

DS-Diversification Social Science: ANTH 150, 165, 200, 201, […]

Business Careers (AAS,CA,CO)

The Business Careers program offers various levels of educational opportunity.
• Certificates of Competence designed for students and community members who wish to acquire or upgrade their skills and knowledge.
• One-year Certificate of Achievement in Business Careers that provides essential skills and knowledge in business, communication, writing, and mathematics.
• Two-year Associate in Applied Science in Business Careers with four options: Option I is general; Option II is articulated with the UH WestOahu Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (BABA) available in Maui County; and Option III provides the first two years for the Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Business and Information Technology at UH Maui College; Option IV is Sustainable Science Management entry.
• Transferable courses for four-year business programs at UH Mānoa, UH Hilo, and other institutions.
Students interested a baccalaureate program should take the appropriate mathematics sequence early in order to complete required course(s) and should see a counselor about specific requirements for entrance to baccalaureate programs. Not all Business Careers courses will transfer and fill baccalaureate requirements. Baccalaureate programs additionally have specific GPA entrance requirements that may be higher than 2.0. Students should elect letter grades (A, B, C, etc).

Certificate of Achievement requirements are at least 32 credits with a 2.0 or higher and no more than 15 credits taken for CR/NC grades. Grade C or better is required in the following: ENG 55 or higher, COM 145 or BUS/COM 130, and 3 credits of Accounting. Associate in Applied Science requirements are 62-66 credits with a 2.0 or higher with no more than 30 credits taken for CR/NC grades including the above CA requirements and 3 additional credits of English with grade C or better.

 

Contact the program coordinator, Rick Miller, at 984-3211 or by […]

Marine Option Program (ASC)

Academic Subject Certificate in Marine Option Program (MOP)
The Marine Option Program (MOP) is a University of Hawai‘i systemwide
program with participation by students at all campuses. This program offers students opportunities to learn about the marine environment and work with marine scientists in many different areas of interest. Maui College students enrolled in MOP may earn certificates in a number of different ways based on the chose track. Each certificate attests to knowledge and experience gained in the field, and each offers unique opportunities for students desiring to gain employment or further their studies in the marine sciences.

For more information, call the Marine Option Program at 984-3203.

Requirements for Academic Subject Certificate (ASC)-Marine Option Program: 12 credits

Oceanography 101
Introduction to the Marine Option Program(1)

Marine survey course, either:

OCN 201
Science of the Sea (3)

or ZOOL 200
Marine Biology (4)

Research project/internship- at least 2 credits from the following:

OCN 191v
Field Experience in Marine Naturalist Pgm (1-3)

OCN 193v
Cooperative Education (1-3)

OCN 293v
Marine Research & Internship (1-3)

Additional credits from the following, if not taken for marine survey course:

BIOL 105
Hawaiian Field Biology (4)

BIOL 200
Coral Reefs (4)

BIOL 265
Ecology & Evolutionary Biology (3)

BOT 105
Hawaiian Ethnobotany (3)

MARE 264*
QUEST-Ouantitative Underwater Ecological Survey Techniques

MARE 364*
Advanced QUEST

OCN 140
Open Water SCUBA Certification (2)

OCN 190v
Selected Topic (1-3)

OCN 201
Science of the Sea (3)

OCN 201L
Science of the Sea Lab (1)

OCN 250
Statistical Applications in Marine Science (3)

OCN 270
Communicating Ocean Science (3)

OCN 290v
Advanced Topic

ZOOL 200
Marine Biology (4)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Competence
Marine Naturalist I: 9 credits

OCN 101
Intro to the Marine Option Program (1)

OCN 191v
Field Experience in Marine Naturalist Pgm (1)

OCN 201
Science of the Sea (3)

ZOOL 200
Marine Biology (4)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Competence
Marine Naturalist II: 9 credits

BIOL 200
Coral Reefs (4)

OCN 64
Marine Life Identification

Two credits from any of the following:

OCN 190v
Selected Topic (1-3)

OCN 191v
Field Experience in Marine Naturalist Pgm (1-3)

OCN 193v
Cooperative Education […]

Visual Arts (ASC)

Academic Subject Certificate in Visual Arts (ASC)
The Academic Subject Certificate in Visual Arts is intended to recognize and encourage innovation, collaboration, and creativity. This certificate enhances the Liberal Arts AA degree. Students who plan to pursue a baccalaureate degree in the Fine Arts should consult a counselor or academic advisor.

Call Jennifer Owen at 984-3202 or Mike Takemoto at 984-3249 for more information.

Requirements for Academic Subject Certificate (ASC) 
-Visual Arts: 18 credits

• The ASC has a minimum of 18 credits

• The last six credits must be taken at UH Maui College.

• Students must receive grade C or better for all courses included in the     certificate.

• To be eligible, courses must be taken for a letter grade.

• A GPA of 2.0 or better is required for all courses applied to the certificate

 

Required Courses – Visual Arts core: 9 credits

ART 101 or
Introduction to the Visual Arts(3)

   ART 170
History of Western Art(3)

ART 113
Introduction to Drawing(3)

ART 115
Introduction to Design(3)

 

Elective Courses: 9 credits

Choose at least two courses from the following courses: 6 credits

ART 101**
Introduction to the Visual Arts(3)

ART 105
Elementary Studio: Ceramics(3)

ART 107D
Introduction to Digital Photography(3)

ART 123BCD
Introduction to Painting(1)(1)(1)

ART 161 (ICS 161)*
Introduction to Computer Graphics(3)

ART 190v
Topics in Art(1-3)

ART 199v
Directed Studies(1-3)

ART 205 (ICS 205)*
Photoshop/Illustrator(3)

ART 218 (ICS 261)*
IntermediateComputer Graphics(3)

ART 221 (ICS 214)*
Fundamentals of Design for Print and
Web(3)

Choose at least one course from the following courses: 3 credits

ART 170**
History of Western Art(3)

ART 223
Intermediate Painting(3)

ART 243
Intermediate Ceramics: Hand Building(3)

ART 244
Intermediate Ceramics: Wheel Throwing(3)

ART 290v
Topics in Art(1-3)

ART 299v
Directed Studies(1-3)

 

   *
These ART and ICS courses are crosslisted and may be taken in either department.

 **
If not taken as core requirement.

Hawaiian Studies (A.C.S)

Academic Subject Certificate (ASC) in Hawaiian Studies

Students may select from a variety of courses that present Hawaiian perspectives in Hawaiian culture, language, history, and philosophy. The certificate enhances the Liberal Arts AA degree. Students who plan to pursue a baccalaureate degree in Hawaiian Studies or in another filed should consult a counselor or academic advisor.

Call Hawaiian Studies/Hawaiian Language program at 984-3244 for information.

Requirements for ASC in  Hawaiian Studies: 27-28 credits

The ASC has a minimum of 27 credits.
Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses included in the certificate.
A minimum of 9 credits must be taken at UH Maui College.
A GPA of 2.0 or better is required for all courses applied to the certificate.

 

Hawaiian Studies core: 10 credits

BOT 105
Hawaiian Ethnobotany (3)

HAW 202
Intermediate Hawaiian II (4)

HWST 107
Hawai‘i: Center of the Pacifi c (3), or HWST 111 Th e Hawaiian ‘Ohana (3)

 

Elective Courses: 17-18 credits

Any 100 or 200-level HAW or HWST course. A minimum of two 200-level courses are required.

HAW 101
Elementary Hawaiian I (4)

HAW 102
Elementary Hawaiian II(4)

HAW 104
Hawai’i: Language through Hula (3)

HAW 201
Intermediate Hawaiian I (4)

HAW 221
Hawaiian Conversation (3)

HAW 261
Hawaiian Literature in Translation (3)

HAW 262
Hawaiian Literature (3)

HWST 100BCD
Intro Hawaiian Culture (1,1,1)

HWST 111
The Hawaiian ‘Ohana (3)

HWST 205A
Hawaiian Music Action-Mele ‘Aina (2)

HWST 205E
Hawaiian Music Action-Mele Pili Kanaka (2)

HWST 207
Malama Ahupua’a: Resource Mgt (3)

HWST 213
Hawaiian Ethnozoology (3)

HWST 231
Hawaiian Culture (3)

HWST 262
Pana Maui: Maui’s Sacred Hawaiian Places (3)

HWST 270
Hawaiian Mythology (3)

HWST 286
Kaho’olawe Aloha ‘Aina (3)

HWST 291
Modern Issues in Hawai’i (3)

HWST 190v
Topics course (1-3)***

HWST 290v
Topics course (1-3)***

 

    *Note:
Additional electives available; consult with Counseling or Hawaiian Studies faculty. UHMC Hawaiian language back credits can apply toward the certificate.

  **Note:
Crosslisted; take in either department.

***Note:
May be repeated if different course title.

Liberal Arts Program (AA Degree)

The liberal arts are those subjects that in classical antiquity were considered essential for a citizen to know in order to take an active part in civic life. The aim of these studies was to produce a virtuous, knowledgeable, and articulate person.

The scope was extended to include arithmetic, geometry, music, and astronomy in the Middle Ages, and eventually became the educational foundation for the schooling in Europe.

Today liberal arts education refers to the disciplines of literature, languages, philosophy, history, mathematics, psychology, and science. Coursework in these areas satisfy the General Education requirements for career and technical program at UH Maui College.

Liberal arts also refers to studies on a degree program. UH Maui College offers several curricula based upon liberal art courses. These include Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and in Hawaiian Studies and the Associate in Science degree in Natural Science with two concentrations.

 

AA in Liberal Arts

The Associate in Arts degree program in Liberal Arts prepares students for transfer to a baccalaureate degree program at a four-year college or university.

The AA degree in Liberal Arts requires 60 semester credits in courses numbered 100 or higher. The curriculum instills foundational skills and a broad scope of knowledge that fosters academic success in upper division coursework, effective citizenship, and an appreciation for lifelong learning. Special emphasis on global and Hawai’i perspectives encourages respect and appreciate of cultural diversity. Opportunities to apply learning through service to the community are integrated throughout the curriculum.

Graduation Requirements

CREDITS

Minimum Applicable: 60 Credits, 100-level or higher

GRADES

Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.0

RESIDENCY (May be waived for cause or credit-by-exam with Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs approval.)

Minimum UHMC: 12 credits

WRITING INTENSIVE – WI: 2 courses

1_________________________

2_________________________

Hawai’i Emphasis (HI ):one course from list:

AG 253, 265; ANTH 165; […]

Sustainable Construction Technology (AAS, CA, CC, CO)

The Sustainable Construction Technology program prepares students in general building construction and maintenance of large or small structures. It allows students to explore different trades prior to selecting a specialization.

Contact the program coordinator, Carlton Atay, at 984-3256, or by email at catay@hawaii.edu for more information.

Requirement for Certificate of Professional Development (CPD):

Safety:  2 credits

Occupational Safety & Health 20(1), Health 31(1)

Welding for Trades:  2 credits

Welding 19B(1), 19D(1)

Requirements for Certificates of Competence (CO):

Basic Carpentry Skills:  6 credits

Blueprint 22(3), Carpentry 20(3)

Basic Drafting Skills:  6 credits  

Architectural Engineering & CAD Tech 80(3), Blueprint 22(3)

Electrical Maintenance:  5 credits

Electricity 20(3), 23(2)

Energy Production:  6 credits

Energy 101(3), 103(3)

Maintenance Painting:  4 credits  

Maintenance 20(2), 40(2)

Maintenance Plumbing:  4 credits

Maintenance 20(2), 50(2)

Rough & Finish Carpentry:  8 credits

Carpentry 41(3), 43(3), 193v(2)

Small Equipment Repair:  6 credits

Electricity 23(2), Maintenance 20(2), 60(2)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Completion (CC):  16 credits

Carpentry 20(3)
Maintenance 20(2)

Electricity  20(3)
Mathematics 18(3)

Energy   101(3)
Health 31(1);  Occupational Safety & Health 20(1)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement (CA):  33 credits

All CC courses(16) plus:

Architectural Engineering & CAD Tech 80(3)
Energy 103(3)

Blueprint 22(3)
Maintenance 40(2)

Carpentry 41(3)
English 22 or English 55(3)

 

Requirements for Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree:
64-67 credits

All CA courses (33) plus:

Carpentry 43(3)

Electricity 23(2)

Maintenance 30(2), 50(2), 60(2), 70(2)

Welding 19B(1), 19D(1)

Cooperative Education 193v(2) – in the appropriate alpha

BUS/COM 130, COM 145, or SP 151

Humanities elective(3)

Natural Science elective(3)

Social Science elective(3)

Technical electives(2-5):  Maintenance 65(2), Carpentry 42(3),

Industrical Education, Building, & Construction 20(3), or

other program courses:  AEC, BLPR, CARP, ELEC, ENRG, MAIN

 

Full-time students would take courses in this sequence:

First Semester (Fall)
Credits

*CARP 20 Basic Carpentry Skills
3

*ELEC 20 Intro to Electricity
3

*ENRG 101 Intro to Sustainable Technology
3

*HLTH 31 First Aid and Safety
1

*MAIN 20 Intro to Building Maintenance
2

*MATH 18 Essential Math for Alegbra
3

*OSH 20 Intro to Occupational Safety & Health I
1

     16

Second Semester (Spring)
Credits 

*AEC 80 Basic Drafting
3

*BLPRT 22 Blueprint Reading & Drafting
3

*CARP 41 Rough […]