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Dental Hygiene (A.S)

The Dental Hygiene program is a four semester and one summer session program within a cohort* that prepares individuals to work in general and specialty dental offices, hospitals, schools, and public health agencies. Students are trained in educational methods and preventive clinical services that qualify them as dental health educators and competent clinicians. Emphasis is placed on the correlations among prevention, education, and the clinical phases of dental hygiene practice as well as basic and social sciences. The program is the second step in the Dental Assisting > Dental Hygiene career ladder.

The curriculum is organized in accordance with requirements of the American Dental Association Commission on Dental Accreditation for a Dental Hygiene program and with consultation from the Maui County Dental Association and the Maui County Dental Alliance. The program in dental hygiene is accredited by the Commission on Dental Accreditation. The Commission is a specialized accrediting body recognized by the United States Department of Education and can be contacted at (312) 440-4653 or at 211 East Chicago Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611. The Commission’s web address is: https://www.ada.org. Graduates are eligible to take the National Board of Dental Hygiene Exam, Central Regional Dental Testing Service Exam, and apply for license with the Hawai‘i Board of Dental Examiners.

The following minimum courses are required of students entering the Dental Hygiene program: ENG 100, MATH 100 or 115, MICR 130 and 140, ZOOL 141 and 142, and DENT 154**, 164, 165, 176**, 177**, all with grade C or better. General Education AS credits (shown below in parenthesis) may be completed early to reduce course load and to be more competitive in the selection process.
The application deadline for Fall Cohort is May 1.  Visit the UH Maui College dental website at: […]

Nursing Career Ladder (AS, BSN)

For most current information about Nursing program admission and curriculum, visit the UH Maui College website at http://maui.hawaii.edu/nursing.

UHMC is part of a Hawaii Statewide Nursing Curriculum. The HSNC curriculum provides three exit options: Practical Nurse (PN), Associate in Science Registered Nurse (RN), and the Bachelor of Science Registered Nurse (BSN). BSN is awarded from UH Manoa. Students admitted to the HSNC who successfully complete required courses will be admitted to the fourth year UH Manoa Bachelor of Science courses, offered on Maui.

Health care students are required to complete University prescribed academic requirements that involve clinical practice in a University affiliated health care facility setting with no substitution allowable. Failure of students to complete the prescribed clinical practice shall be deemed as not satisfying academic program requirements. It is the responsibility of students to satisfactorily complete affiliated health care facility background checks and drug testing requirements in accordance with procedures and timelines as prescribed by the affiliated health care facility. Per the UH Board of Regents policy, priority for admission is given to fully qualified State of Hawaii residents as determined by the registrar for tuition purposes.
• Practical Nurse – Certificate of Achievement (CA): PN graduates with the CA are prepared to work under the supervision of a registered nurse or physician in hospitals, extended care facilities, private nursing agencies, home health agencies, clinics, and physician offices.
• Registered Nurse – Associate in Science Degree (AS): RN graduates with the AS degree are prepared for beginning level positions in hospitals, extended care facilities, clinics, physician offices, private nursing agencies, and home health agencies.
• Registered Nurse – Bachelor of Science Degree (BS): RN graduates with a BS degree are prepared as generalist professional nurses to deliver care in […]

Sustainable Science Management (BAS)

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree in Sustainable Science Management (SSM)

The BAS in Sustainable Science Management comprises a core curriculum
emphasizing basic and applied science related to energy and sustainability, as well as communications and business fundamentals. Courses explore specific
sustainability topics and recognize the inter-relatedness of the three foundations of a sustainable society – economic growth, social progress, and environmental stewardship.

The BAS degree is granted to students completing a four-year program. Only
courses numbered 100 and above can be applied toward the degree.

SSM Admission Requirements

For admission to the UH Maui College Sustainable Science Management program, students must first meet the UH Maui College admission requirements. Admission to UH Maui College does not guarantee admission to the Sustainable Science Management program.

1.
A student may apply for admission asa classified student in the Sustainable Science Management program upon successful completion of one of the following admission requirements:

a.
Completion of the Business Careers Option IV with a cumulative
GPA of 2.5 or higher in all courses attempted; or

b.
Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA) degree or higher from an accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
in all courses attempted, and completion of the following preSustainable Science Management course requirements with grade C or better (38 credits):BUS 120; BUS/COM 130 or COM 120/145 or COM 215/PSY 253; ENG 100; ENG 209;MATH 135; BIOL 124 and 124L; CHEM 151; ENRG 101 and 103; SOC 100; SSM 101, 201, 202.

c.
Completion of an Associate in Applied Science (AAS) or Associate in Science (AS) degree from an accredited institution that includes 40 or more transferable semester credits with a cumulativeGPA of 2.5 or higher in all courses attempted, and completion of preSustainable Science Managementcourse requirements as outlined in 1.b.

2.
A student may apply for admission as a provisional student in the SSM program upon successful completion of the […]

Engineering Technology (BAS)

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree in Engineering Technology (ENGT)

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Engineering Technology (ENGT) provides curriculum in electronics, computers, optics, remote sensing, and other technologies used in industry on Maui, throughout the state of Hawai‘i, and worldwide.

 

ENGT Admission Requirements

For admission to the UH Maui College Engineering Technology BAS program, students must first meet the UH Maui College admission requirements. Admission to UH Maui College does not guarantee admission to the ENGT BAS program.

1.
A student may apply for admission as a classified student in the ENGT program upon successful completion of one of the following admission requirements:

a.
Completion of the UH Maui College BAS path for the Electronic Engineering Technology (ECET) AS degree (see page 48) with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in all courses attempted; or

b.
Completion of an Associate in Arts (AA), Associate in Applied Science (AAS), or Associate in Science (AS) from an accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in all courses attempted, and completion of the BAS path for the Electronic Engineering Technology (ECET) AS degree course requirements (or approved equivalent coursework from an accredited institution).

 

2.
A student may apply for admission as a provisional student in the ENGT BAS program upon successful completion of the following admission requirements:

a.
Completion of 40 or more transferable semester credits from an accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in all courses attempted. Classified status will be assigned with completion of the BAS path for the Electronic Engineering Technology (ECET) AS degree course requirements (or approved equivalent coursework from an accredited institution).

b.
Approval of ENGT Committee.

ENGT Graduation Requirements

1.
BAS path for the Electronic Engineering Technology (ECET) AS degree (74 credits):

Completion of the BAS path for the ECET AS course requirements (or approved equivalent coursework from an accredited institution).

2.
Engineering Technology BAS […]

Applied Business & Information Technology (BAS)

Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) Degree in Applied Business & Information Technology (ABIT)

The Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) degree in Applied Business & Information Technology (ABIT) combines a curriculum including business, information technology, and liberal arts that emphasizes entrepreneurship and small-to-medium sized business management. The BAS degree is granted to students completing a four-year program. Only courses numbered 100 and above can be applied toward this degree.

ABIT Admission Requirements

For admission to the UH Maui College ABIT program, students must first meet
the UH Maui College admission requirements. Admission to UH Maui College
does not guarantee admission to the ABIT program.
1.   A student may apply for admission as a classified student in the ABIT
program upon successful completion of the following:
Pre-ABIT course requirements with grade C or better: ENG 100,
ICS 101 OR BUSN 150; MATH 103.
2. A student may apply for admission as a provisional student in the ABIT program upon approval of the   ABIT Committee
Classified status will be assigned with completion of pre-ABIT course requirements as outlined above.
ABIT Graduation Requirements
1. Pre-ABIT (9 credits):  Completion of pre-ABIT courses as outlined above.
2. Business Core (39 credits): ACC 201, 202, 300; BLAW 200; BUS 310, 311, 318, 320; ECON 130, 131; MGT 310; and MKT 300, 400.
3. Information Technology Core (25 credits): ICS 110, 111, 200, 319, 352, 360, 385, and 418.
4. General Education (36 credits): COM 459; ENG 209, 316; Hawaiian Emphasis; HIST 152; HUM 400; MATH 115, 135, 203 or 205; PHIL 301 or 323; PSY100 or SOC 100; SP 251 or equivalent oral communication.
5. Required Coop Project (3 credits): A three credit project is required (BUS 393v).
6. Capstone Course (6 credits): BUS 495 and 496 to be taken the last year with approval of the ABIT Committee.
7. Natural Science (4 credits): Four credits including a lab.
8. Writing Intensive (15 credits): Minimum of 15 credits of writing intensive courses at the […]

Early Childhood Education (AS, CA, CC, CO)

The Early Childhood Education program is designed to prepare students to work with young children from birth to 5 and their families. The curriculum is organized around a core of courses that provide skills and knowledge needed by early childhood educators. Students earn an Associate in Science (AS) degree in Early Childhood Education that articulates into the UH West Oahu’s Bachelor’s in Social Science degree, Early Childhood Education concentration.

Contact the program coordinator, Elaine Yamashita, at 984-3208, or by email at yamash@hawaii.edu for a careful selection of courses.

Requirements for Certificate of Competence (CO): 9 credits

Preschool Child Development Associate
fulfills only the education part of CDA
(See program coordinator for details):

Education 105(3), 110(3), 131(3)

2.0 GPA required in courses taken for CO.

 

Requirements for Certificate of Completion (CC):

Early Childhood Education:  22 credits

Education 105(3), 110(3), 131(3), 190 or 191v(4)b, 291v(3)b

Education/Family Resources 140(3) -Crosslisted courses

Education 245/Family Resources 235(3) -Crosslisted courses

3.2 GPA required in CC courses & grade C or better in each.

Early Childhood Option:  12 credits from this list:

(For those with bachelor’s degrees in any field other than ECE or Elem. Ed.)

Education 105(3), 110(3), 115(3), 131(3), 140/FAMR 140(3),

245/FAMR 235(3), 190(4), 191v(1-4), 291v(1-4), 263(3), 264(3),

or 275(3)  2.0 GPA required in CC courses & grade C or better in each.

 

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement (CA):  31-32 credits

Education 105(3), 131(3), 190 or 191v(4)b

Education or Family Resources courses(6)c

Human Services 110(3)

Psychology 100, or Sociology 100, or Anthropology 200(3)

Humanities or Natural Science elective(3-4)

Philosophy 110d or Mathematics 103, 111, or 115(3)

(MATH 103 strongly recommended)

English 100(3)

 

Requirements for Associate in Science (AS) Degree:  62-66 credits

All CA courses(31-32) plus:

Education 110(3), 115(3), 263(3), 264(3), 275(3),

ED/FAMR 140(3), ED 245/FAMR 235(3) (if not taken for CA)

Education 291v(4)

Art 101(3)

Communication 145 or Speech 151(3)

English 210(3)

Humanities elective(3-6)

Natural Science elective(3-4) (if not taken for CA)

Full-time students in the […]

Accounting (AAS, CA)

The Accounting program at UH Maui College is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the accounting profession within government and private business. Students who select the Accounting program should have the interest and aptitude for computational work. Students are prepared to work as an Account Clerk or Accounting Assistant with completion of the Certificate of Achievement (30 credits), and as a Bookkeeper with completion of the Associate in Applied Science degree (60 credits). With additional education, graduates of this program may become an Accountant or Auditor.

Students planning to transfer to the UH Maui College ABIT program, the UH Mānoa Shidler College of Business, or to business programs at UH Hilo, UH West Oahu, or another college should see a counselor about the requirements for entrance to these schools. These colleges have specific entrance requirements and not all Accounting program courses fulfill these requirements or are transferable. Accounting majors are required to earn a letter grade of C or better (or credit-by-exam) for Accounting courses.

Contact the program coordinator, Jan Moore, at 984-3468, or by email at moorejan@hawaii.edu for more information.

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement (CA):  30 credits

Accounting 124(3), 125(3), 132(3), 150(3)**
  Business/Communication 130(3)

Business Technology 150, or
  Any two:  English 100, 209(3,3)

Information & Computer Science 101 or 115(3)
  General Education elective(3)

Business elective(3)***

 

Requirements for Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree: 60 credits
All CA courses(30) plus:

Accounting 134(3), 255(3), 202(3), 295(3)
   Social Science elective(3)

Business electives(6)***
   Natural Science elective(3)

Humanities elective(3)
   Mathematics 103,**** 115, or higher(3)

Full-time students would take courses in this sequence:

First Semester (Fall)
Credits

*ACC 124 Principles of Accounting I**
3

*ACC 132 Payroll and Hawai‘i  General Excise Tax
3

*BUSN 150 Introduction to Business Computing, or

ICS 101 Digital Tools for the Information World, or

ICS 115  Microcomputer Applications
3

ENG 100 Composition I
3

General Education elective
3

      15

Second Semester (Spring)
Credits

*ACC 125 […]

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Check Residency Status

You must submit the Residency Declaration form, which is on the reverse side of the UH System Application Form. It is used to determine your residency status for tuition purposes.
If you do not qualify as a bona fide resident of the State of Hawaiʻi, according to the UH regulations in effect at the time you register, you must pay nonresident tuition for your classes. Residency status will be determined at the time of application. You may be required to provide verifying documentation.