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Hospitality & Tourism (AAS,CA,CC)

The mission of the Hospitality & Tourism program is to provide to a diverse community of lifelong learners educational opportunities that focus on student engagement and skills essential for successful employment in leadership positions in the hospitality industry. Hospitality & Tourism is a career ladder program that moves progressively from the 14-credit Certificate of Completion to the 36-credit Certificate of Achievement, culminating with the 65-credit Associate in Applied Science degree. The CA and AAS track requires completion of an internship, which enables students to gain practical on-the-job training. The program is organized with a core of courses focusing on various aspects of the hotel industry, enveloped by a variety business and general education courses designed to broaden the students’ background and enhance employability.

Students may earn certification provided by the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) in selected Hospitality & Tourism courses. Specific HOST courses are articulated to the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, as well as to other community colleges in the University of Hawai‘i system. Majors are required to meet with the program coordinator or counselors early in their studies for academic advising. The following prerequisites are required of students entering the HOST program: a) CULN 112 with a grade C or better; b) ENG 19 with a grade C or better, or placement at ENG 22; and c) MATH 82 with grade C or better or placement in MATH 103. A grade C or better is required in HOST for the CC, CA, and AAS degree. A minimum 2.0 GPA is required.

Contact the program coordinator, Lorelle Peros, at 984-3343, or by email at lorelle@hawaii.edu for more information.

Requirements for Certificate of Completion (CC):  15 credits

Hospitality & Tourism  101(3), 150(3)

Business/Communication 130 or Speech 151(3)

English […]

Fashion Technology (AAS,CA,CC)

The Fashion Technology program provides comprehensive training in apparel production and fashion design required by entrepreneurs and businesses in the fashion industry. The program develops technical skills required for job entry, retraining for the garment industry, and upgrading of sewing and pattern making skills for those already employed in the field.

Laboratory activities promote the development of skills in designing, pattern drafting, and construction of basic and advanced apparel. The use of industry equipment and sewing techniques are demonstrated in group instruction. When special techniques and problems are encountered, students are given specialized instruction.

Contact the program coordinator, Cheryl Maeda, at 984-3292 or by email at maedache@hawaii.edu for more information.

Requirements for Certificates of Completion (CC):

Seamstress:  12 credits

Fashion Technology 25(3), 40(3), 113(3), 115(3)

Dressmaker:  18 credits -Offered as needed

Fashion Technology 60(3), 61(3), 113(3), 115(3),

                                      215(3), 216(3)

Fashion-Fabric Salesperson:  12 credits

Fashion Technology 40(3), 93v(3), 111(3), 113(3)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement (CA):  36 credits

Fashion Technology 25(3), 40(3), 90(3), 111(3),

113(3), 115(3), 215(3), 216(3), 217(3)

Fashion Technology 90, or

FT elective approved by program coordinator(3)

Communication:  English 55 or higher(3)

Business Technology 189 or Mathematics 18(3)

 

Requirements for Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree: 60 credits

All CA courses(36) plus:

Accounting 124(3)

Marketing 120 or BUSN 150 or ICS 101(3)

Business 125(3)

Communication:  English or Speech(3)

Humanities elective(3)

Natural Science elective(3)

Social Science elective(3)

Fashion Technology or General Education elective(3)

 

Full-time students would take courses in this sequence:

First Semester (Fall)
Credits

*FT 111 Art & Design in Fashion
3

*FT 113 Clothing Construction Methods I
3

*FT 115 Clothing Construction Methods II
3

*MATH 18, or BUSN 189
3

  FT elective or General Education elective
3

     15

Second Semester (Spring)
Credits

*FT 25 Ready-to-Wear Clothing Production
3

*FT 216 Fashion Design & Sketching
3

  ACC 124 Principles of Accounting I
3

  BUS 125 Starting a Small Business
3

*ENG 55 […]

Culinary Arts (AAS, CA, CC, CO)

The Culinary Arts career ladder program is based on three levels of competencies offered in three specialty areas: Culinary Arts, Baking, and Restaurant Supervision. The competency-based instruction focuses on the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed for success in the hospitality industry.

Lab requirements include basic hand tools, knives, safety shoes, books, appropriate uniform, proof of current negative TB test, and compliance with Culinary personal hygiene code requirements. The Associate in Applied Science specialty degrees in both Culinary Arts and Baking are fully accredited by the American Culinary Federation Accrediting Commission.

Minimum placement test levels of English 22 or higher and Mathematics 50 or higher are recommended for all entry-level Culinary Arts courses. It is strongly recommended that prospective students meet with Culinary Arts faculty or counselors before entry into listed Culinary Arts courses.

Contact the program coordinator, Dean Louie, at 984-3689, or by email at dlouie@hawaii.edu for more information including the appropriate purchase of program approved standard uniforms, shoes and knife sets.

 

Requirements for Certificates of Professional Development (CPD):

Culinary Arts

Pantry Cook: 3 credits
Culinary 140(3)

Sanitation: 2 credits
Culinary 112(2)

Short Order Cook: 3 credits
Culinary 131(3)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Competence (CO)

Preparation Cook: 4 credits
Culinary 120 (4)

Storeroom Clerk: 4 credits
Culinary 271 (4)

Waiter/Waitress: 4 credits
Culinary 160 (4)

Baking 

Baker’s Helper: 4 credits 
Culinary 150 (4)

 

 

Requirements for Certificate of Completion (CC)-Pastry Cook: 14 credits

Culinary 150(4), 250(5), 251(5)

 

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

Culinary: 111(2), 112(2), 120(4), 121(3), 131(3)

           140(3), 150(4)

Culinary 292v or 294v (1)

English: 100(3)*

Mathematics: 50H, 100, or 103(3)*

 

Requirements for Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degrees:

Culinary Arts:  68 credits

All Culinary Arts CA courses(31) plus:

Culinary 115(2), 160(4), 220(5), 240(4), 271(4), 293v(3)

Food Science & Human Nutrition 185 or 285 (3)

Management 118 (3)

BUS/COM 130, COM 145, SP 151, or LSK 110 (3)

Humanities elective (3), Social […]

Business Technology (AAS, CA, CC, CO)

The Business Technology career ladder is competency based and focuses on the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to prepare for office positions in government or industry. The curriculum includes specialties, as well as general offerings, to broaden students’ background and to enhance employment and promotion possibilities. The Business Technology umbrella offers credentials at four levels.

Certificate of Competence (CO) in Basic Office Skills reviews skills prerequisite to the balance of the career ladder program. Competency attainment may be demonstrated through pre-testing prior to registration, high school articulation or transcript evaluation, or waived with consent of the program coordinator.
Certificate of Completion (CC) in Business Technology prepares students for entry-level positions such as Receptionist, General Office Clerk,File Clerk, or Clerk Typist. The Medical Assistant I Certificate of Completion prepares students for Medical Assistant positions that do not require a degree.
Certificate of Achievement (CA) prepares students for the more complex roles of Administrative Assistant, Computer Operator, Medical Secretary, or Medical Office Specialist.
Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree advances skills and provides focus in three specialty areas. The Information Processing specialty prepares students for responsible positions using integrated word processing, database, and spreadsheet applications, as well as preparing for nationally recognized office specialist certification exams. The Legal Office specialty prepares for work in a legal office as an entry-level Legal Secretary. The Medical Assistant II specialty prepares students to work in either an in-patient or out-patient environment in positions that require an AAS degree. These include Medical Assistant, Doctor’s Assistant, Medical Office Assistant, Clinical Assistant and Health Unit Coordinator.

Grade C or better in each required course (excluding electives) must be attained to qualify for all certificates and degrees. Required courses completed through credit by examination with a CR grade […]

Automotive Technology (AAS, CA, CO)

The purpose of the Automotive Technology program is to train students for employment in automotive service and repair. The laboratory phase of courses uses modern tools and equipment while performing actual “live” service and repairs on automobiles. The classroom phase includes discussion of principles on the operation of automotive systems and components, demonstration of repair techniques, textbook assignments, and quizzes. Basic mechanic hand tools, supplies, books, and working clothes are required for enrollment. A tool list is available from the instructor.

The Automotive Technology program prerequisite requires placement at English 22 or higher, or consent of instructor, for all Automotive Technology courses except AMT 16, AMT 20, and AMT 80. Students must maintain a valid driver’s license throughout the duration of the Automotive course of study.

Call the program coordinator, Thomas Hussey, at 984-3236, or by emailing thussey@hawaii.edu for more information.

Requirements for Certificates of Competence (CO):

Heating & Air Conditioning:  3 credits
Automotive Technology 43(3)

Suspension & Steering:  3 credits
Automotive Technology 55(3)

Requirements for Certificate of Competence (CO):

Brakes: 4 credits
Automotive Technology 53 (4)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement (CA):  51-54 credits

Automotive Technology 20(3),** 30(6), 40B(4),

40C(4), 40G(4), 41C(4), 43(3), 46(4), 50(4),

53(4), 55(3)

Welding 19BC(2)

Physics 50(3) - Natural Science elective

English 22, 55, 100, or 106(3)

Mathematics 50C(3)***

 

Requirements for Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree:
68-71 credits

All CA courses(51-54) plus:

Automotive Technology 60(8)

Communication 145 or English 100, 106, 209 or 210(3) or

Business/Communication 130 (3)

Humanities elective(3)

Social Science elective(3)

 

Full-time students would take courses in this sequence: 

First Semester (Fall) 
Credits

*AMT 20 Introduction to Automotive Mechanics**
   0-2

*AMT 43 Heating & Air Conditioning
3

*AMT 46 Power Train
4

*AMT 50 Automatic Transmission
4

*AMT 55 Suspension & Steering
3

*ENG 22, 55, 100, or 106
3

 17-19

Second Semester (Spring)
Credits

*AMT 30 Engines
6

*AMT 53 Brakes
4

*PHYS 50 Technical Physics
3

*MATH 50C Technical Mathematics ***
3

     16

Third Semester (Fall)
Credits

*AMT 40B Fuel & Emission Systems
4

*AMT 40C Electrical/Electronics I
4

*AMT 41C Electrical/Electronics II
4

 COM […]

Agriculture & Natural Resources (AAS, CA, CO)

The Agriculture & Natural Resources program provides instruction for those in need of training, retraining, or skills upgrading in the field of agriculture, and those wishing to transfer to a four-year college or university. Diverse learning activities are provided at facilities on Maui and Molokai. The Maui facility includes a 10,700 sq. ft. greenhouse and 1.5 acres of vegetable fields and landscapes. The Molokai Farm includes a 5,000 sq. ft. greenhouse, orchards, and vegetable fields on 28 acres of land.

Projections point to a continued need for well-trained people in all aspects of the green industry. Hotels and condominiums face increasing demand for personnel to design and maintain aesthetically pleasing landscapes in an environmentally sound manner. Farms and agriculturally related businesses need informed individuals to implement new technologies and sustainable agriculture techniques. Numerous opportunities exist for entrepreneurs in vegetable, flower, and nursery crop production as well as landscape maintenance. The New Farmer Institute at UHMC is devoted to assisting outstanding students and graduates with becoming agriprenuers.

Students may transfer to other institutions after beginning their academic and technical training on Maui or Molokai. Some agriculture courses are articulated or can be used as electives at the University of Hawai‘i at Hilo or University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. The eCampus of Oregon State University offers a degree in general agriculture that allows UHMC agriculture students the opportunity to pursue a bachelor’s degree while living here in Maui County.

Contact the program coordinator, Ann Emmsley, at 984-3243, or by email at aemmsley@hawaii.edu for latest program schedule cycle.

Requirements for Certificates of Competence (CO):

Agricultural Science: 7 credits
 Agriculture 122(3), 200(4)

GIS in Ecosystem Management:
8 credits
 GIS/ICS 150(4), GIS 180(4)

Nursery Production: 9 credits
 Agriculture 230(3), 266(3), 269(3)

Pest Management: 9 credits
 Agriculture 174(3), 201(3), 281(3)

 

Requirements for Certificates of Completion (CC):

Turfgrass Specialist:  23 credits

Agriculture 122(3), 174(3), 233(2), […]

Natural Science (AS Degree)

The Associate in Science in Natural Science Degree (ASNS) provides a comprehensive background in science and math courses and is designed specifically for students who are planning to transfer to baccalaureate degree programs in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM). Students may choose to concentrate in either the biological sciences or the physical sciences. Two concentrations are offered: Biological Science and Physical Science.

Graduation Requirements

CREDITS

•Minimum Applicable:  60 Credits, 100-level or higher

GRADES

•Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.0

RESIDENCY

•Minimum UHMC: 12 credits

WRITING INTENSIVE (WI): Two courses

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2.

 

Degree Requirements

English 100  (3 credits)

Choose at least one course from the following (3):

ENG 106, ENG 209, ENG 210, ENG 225, SP 151, SP 251.

 Quantative Reasoning (4 credits)

 MATH 205 (4)

 

 Humanities Elective (3 credits)

 Choose at least one course from the following:

ANTH 235, ART, BUS/COM 130, DNCE, DRAM, EALA, ENG 104, ENG 250-257, FIL, HAW, HWST (except 211), HIST, HUM, ILO, JPNS, LING, MUS, PHIL, REL, SPAN, SP.

 

Natural Science Electives (8 credits)

CHEM 161 (3)

CHEM 161L (1)

Electives (4 credits total) Choose from:

AG 122, 174, 200, 265; ANTH 215; ASTR; BIOC; BIOL; BOT 101;

FSHN; GEOG 101, 101L; GG; MICRO; OCN 201, 201L; PHYS; SCI: ZOOL

 

Social Science Electives (3 credits)

Choose at least one course from the following:

ANTH  (except 215), BOT 105, ECON, FAMR

GEOG (except 101, 101L), POLS, PSY, SSCI, SOC

 

Additional ASNS Requirements (7 credits)

CHEM 162 (3)

CHEM 162L (1)

ICS 101 (3) or higher with approval

 

Biological Science Concentration

Biological Concentration Requirements (16-17 credits)

BIOL 171  (3)

BIOL 171L (1)

BIOL 172  (3)

BIOL 172L (1)

PHYS 151 (4) or 170 (5)

PHYS 152 (4) or 272 (4)

Biological Concentration Electives (12-13 credits)

If not taken for Natural Science Elective, choose from:

AG 200 (4), 265 (4); ANTH 210 (3) 210L (1), 215 (3);ASTR 110 (3), 110L (1);

BIOC 241 (3), 244 (3); BIOL 105 (4), 124 (3), 124L (1), 151 (3), 152 (3),

  200 […]

Human Services (AS, CA, CC, CO)

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.

Contact the program coordinator, Lee Stein, at 984-3338, or by email at lstein@hawaii.edu for a careful selection of courses.

Requirements for Certificate of Competence (CO):
2.0 GPA required in courses taken for CO.

Issues in Aging: 9 credits

Human Services 145(3), 101 or 248(3), 194 or 294(3)

Case Management: 9 credits

Human Services 140(3), 248(3), 194 or 294(3)

Dynamics of Family Violence: 9 credits

Human Services 140(3), 248(3), 194 or 294(3)

Health Navigator: 9 credits

Human Services 101(3), 140(3) or 248(3), 194 or 294(3)

Substance Abuse Counseling I: 9 creditsa

Human Services 140(3), 268(3), 194(3) or 294(3)

Substance Abuse Counseling II: 9 creditsa

Human Services 245(3), 270(3), 194 or 294(3)

Youth Development Practitioner: 9 credits

Human Services 130(3), 140(3) or 248(3), 256(3)

 

Health Navigator/Community Health Worker (C)): 23 credits A grade of C or better in all courses for this certificate.

The Health Navigator/Community Health Work Certificate of Completion prepares individuals to work as unlicensed members of health and human services team providing care for individuals in community-based settings. A significant aspect is the incorporation of the cultural values of communities into the formal structure of the curriculum. Graduates are a resource for aging and health programs, and patient education.

HSER 101(3), 140(3), 248(3), 194 or 294(3), 365(3)

HLTH 125(1), 150(1)-NURS 100(6) can substituted

PHRM 103(1), 104(1), 105(1)

Electives(3) from this list:

HSER 345(3), 256(3),268(3), 270(3), or HLTH 159(4)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Completion (CC): 

Substance Abuse Counseling: 21 creditsa 

2.0 minimum GPA required in courses taken for CC.

Certificate of Competence (CO) in Substance Abuse […]

Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology (AS,CA,CC)

The Electronic & Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) program provides students with the skills and knowledge required for entry level employment in high-technology industry as electronic technicians, telecom technicians, network administrators, Windows/Unix system administrators, or high performance computer technicians. The program works closely with its high-technology industry advisory board to ensure students gain skills required for employment in local companies. The program provides internship and job placement opportunities in a variety of engineering technology positions.

The ECET program offers a career-ladder with three levels of competency: Certificate of Completion for coursework in electronics and computer fundamentals; Certificate of Achievement with math, physics, and computer science basics; and Associate in Science degrees in:


Electronic Engineering Technology, including electro-optics instrumentation, adaptive optics for astronomical applications, detectors,robotics and computer hardware.


Computer Engineering Technology, including system and network administration and high performance computing technology.The ECET AS degree can also provide the lower division pathway to the Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) in Engineering Technology. Designated Technical electives** meet all lower division requirements for the BAS in Engineering Technology.

 

Students entering the program must create an academic plan of study prior to the first semester of classes by contacting the program counselor Kulamanu Ishihara by email at vorhies@hawaii.edu or at 984-3272.

Requirements for Certificate of Completion (CC):  10 credits

Electronics 101(3), 102(4)
Information & Computer Science 101(3)

 

Requirements for Certificate of Achievement (CA):  24 credits

All CC courses(10) plus:

English 100(3)

Information & Computer Science 110(3)

Physics 105(4) – Natural Science elective

Mathematics 107(4)

 

Requirements for Associate in Science (AS) Degree:  74 credits

All CA courses(24) plus:

Electronics 105(4), 140(4), 201(4), 205(4), 298(4)

Electronics/ICS 193v(1), 293v(1)

Information & Computer Science 111(4)

BUS/COM 130 or COM 145(3) -Communication elective

Humanities elective(3) -100 or above

Sociology 100 or Psychology 100(3) -Social Science elective

Technical electives(15) taken from this list:

Electronic Engineering Tech: ETRO 106(4), 110(4)**, 112(4)**,

130(4), 160(1), […]

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: […]