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Kapiʻolani Community College (Kapiʻolani CC) offers the following classes that are textbook cost-free. Look for the notation “Textbook Cost: $0” in the comments section for these classes in the Kapiʻolani CC Class Availability Listing.

Faculty at Kapi‘olani Community College are creating quality no-cost, low-cost, and openly licensed learning resources to reduce costs for students and to share our educational resources with other faculty. The Library and Learning Resources and CELTT offer support in reducing the cost of educational materials and in meeting the UH system-wide initiative to adopt Open Educational Resources.

Contact Sunny Pai (sunyeen@hawaii.edu) at Library and Learning Resources and visit Open Educational Resources for more information.

 

 

Fall 2020

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Course Title Gen. Ed./
Focus
Credits CRN Instructor Days Time Room Dates Seats avail.
AMST
201
WI-American Exp:Inst&MovementsWI-American Exp:Inst&Movements DH, TXT0, WI 3 31109 A McCullough Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This AMST 201 class section (CRN 31109) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ESL 100. This AMST 201 class section (CRN 31109) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (amccullo@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

AMST
201
WI-American Exp:Inst&MovementsWI-American Exp:Inst&Movements DH, TXT0, WI 3 31110 A McCullough Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This AMST 201 class section (CRN 31110) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ESL 100. This AMST 201 class section (CRN 31110) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (amccullo@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

AMST
201
WI-American Exp:Inst&MovementsWI-American Exp:Inst&Movements DH, TXT0, WI 3 31111 A McCullough Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This AMST 201 class section (CRN 31111) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ESL 100. This AMST 201 class section (CRN 31111) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (amccullo@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

ART
101
Introduction to Visual ArtsIntroduction to Visual Arts C19, DA 3 31136 D Broderick TU TH 0915-1030 Kalia 202 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Supplies will cost approximately $25. This ART 101 class section (CRN 31136) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (drewb@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
105
Introduction to CeramicsIntroduction to Ceramics C19, DA, TXT0 3 31144 M Chun M W 0800-1030 Koa 100 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Course materials for ART 105 cost approximately $100. This ART 105 class section (CRN 31144) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kaili@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
105
Introduction to CeramicsIntroduction to Ceramics C19, DA, TXT0 3 31145 M Chun M W 1045-1315 Koa 100 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Course materials for ART 105 cost approximately $100. This ART 105 class section (CRN 31145) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kaili@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
105
Introduction to CeramicsIntroduction to Ceramics C19, DA, TXT0 3 31146 M Chun M W 1345-1615 Koa 100 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Course materials for ART 105 cost approximately $100. This ART 105 class section (CRN 31146) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kaili@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
111
Intro to Watercolor PaintingIntro to Watercolor Painting C19, DA 3 31151 K Simonsen Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Approximate cost of art supplies for ART 111 is $80.00. This ART 111 class section (CRN 31151) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class will meet synchronously on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8AM - 10:30AM. Contact the instructor (ksimonse@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
112
Intro to Digital ArtsIntro to Digital Arts C19, DA, TXT0 3 31059 J Matsushige Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100. Recommended Preparation: ART 115 and basic computer competency skills. Comment: Student must purchase design supplies (approximately $40.00). This ART 112 class section (CRN 31059) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jaredmat@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
112
Intro to Digital ArtsIntro to Digital Arts C19, DA, TXT0 3 31060 M Lum Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100. Recommended Preparation: ART 115 and basic computer competency skills. Comment: Student must purchase design supplies (approximately $40.00). This ART 112 class section (CRN 31060) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (lummelis@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
112
Intro to Digital ArtsIntro to Digital Arts DA, TXT0 3 31061 M Moura Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100. Recommended Preparation: ART 115 and basic computer competency skills. Comment: Student must purchase design supplies (approximately $40.00) This ART 112 class section (CRN 31061) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (marciemo@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class will not require synchronous activity. No proctored exam(s) are required for this class. Contact the instructor for more information.

ART
112
Intro to Digital ArtsIntro to Digital Arts DA, TXT0 3 31062 M Moura Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100. Recommended Preparation: ART 115 and basic computer competency skills. Comment: Student must purchase design supplies (approximately $40.00) This ART 112 class section (CRN 31062) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (marciemo@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class will not require synchronous activity. No proctored exam(s) are required for this class. Contact the instructor for more information.

ART
113
Introduction to DrawingIntroduction to Drawing C19, DA, TXT0 3 31153 S Niles M W 1045-1315 Koa 204 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101. Comment: Course materials for ART 113 cost approximately $75. This ART 113 class section (CRN 31153) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (TBA) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
113
Introduction to DrawingIntroduction to Drawing C19, DA, TXT0 3 31154 C Jennings M W 1345-1615 Koa 204 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101. Comment: Course materials for ART 113 cost approximately $75. This ART 113 class section (CRN 31154) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cjenning@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
113
Introduction to DrawingIntroduction to Drawing C19, DA, TXT0 3 31155 C Jennings TU TH 0800-1030 Koa 204 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101. Comment: Course materials for ART 113 cost approximately $75. This ART 113 class section (CRN 31155) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cjenning@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
113
Introduction to DrawingIntroduction to Drawing C19, DA, TXT0 3 31156 K Kang TU TH 1345-1615 Koa 203 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101. Comment: Course materials for ART 113 cost approximately $75. This ART 113 class section (CRN 31156) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kloe@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
115
Introduction to 2D DesignIntroduction to 2D Design C19, DA, TXT0 3 31157 J Stableford M W 1045-1315 Koa 201 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in ART 101. Comment: Course materials and supplies will cost approximately $100.00. This ART 115 class section (CRN 31151) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (jaels@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
115
Introduction to 2D DesignIntroduction to 2D Design C19, DA, TXT0 3 31158 J Stableford TU TH 1345-1615 Koa 201 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in ART 101. Comment: Course materials and supplies will cost approximately $100.00. This ART 115 class section (CRN 31158) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (jaels@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
116
Intro to 3D CompositionIntro to 3D Composition C19, DA, TXT0 3 31159 C Sakihara M W 1045-1315 Koa 200 08/24-12/18 7 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Formerly ART 106. ART 116 may not be audited. Approximate cost for supplies for ART 116 is $80.00. This ART 116 class section (CRN 31159) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (carolks@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
116
Intro to 3D CompositionIntro to 3D Composition C19, DA, TXT0 3 31160 J Stableford TU TH 1045-1315 Koa 200 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Formerly ART 106. ART 116 may not be audited. Approximate cost for supplies for ART 116 is $80.00. This ART 115 class section (CRN 31160) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (jaels@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
120
Intro to TypographyIntro to Typography C19, DA 3 31063 E Moody Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112anda grade of "C" or higher in ART 115; and satisfactory completion of the Typography entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Interface Design program. Comment: ART 120 may not be audited. This ART 120 class section (CRN 31063) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class will meet synchronously on Tuesdays at 10:45AM - 1:15PM. Thursdays will have asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (egamoody@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
123
Introduction to PaintingIntroduction to Painting C19, DA, TXT0 3 31161 C Jennings M W 1045-1315 Koa 203 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101 and ART 113. Comment: Course materials for ART 123 will cost approximately $150. This ART 123 class section (CRN 31161) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cjenning@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
123
Introduction to PaintingIntroduction to Painting C19, DA, TXT0 3 31162 K Kang TU TH 0800-1030 Koa 203 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101 and ART 113. Comment: Course materials for ART 123 will cost approximately $150. This ART 123 class section (CRN 31162) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kloe@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
125
Introduction to Graphic DesignIntroduction to Graphic Design C19, DA, TXT0 3 31064 E Moody Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 115; and instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Interface Design program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 125 may not be audited. This ART 125 class section (CRN 31064) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class will meet synchronously on Tuesdays at 1:45PM - 4:15PM. Thursdays will have asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (egamoody@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
126
3D Computer Graphics I3D Computer Graphics I C19, DA, TXT0 3 31065 J Shimabuku Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112; and instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Animation program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 126 may not be audited. This ART 126 class section (CRN 31065) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jakes@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
129
Corporate IdentityCorporate Identity C19, DA 3 31066 E Moody Online WWW 08/24-12/18 9 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 This ART 129 class section (CRN 31066) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class will meet synchronously on Tuesdays at 6PM - 8:30PM. Thursdays will have asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (egamoody@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
156
Digital PaintingDigital Painting C19, DA, TXT0 3 31067 J Shimabuku Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit grading only. ART 156 may not be audited. This ART 156 class section (CRN 31067) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jakes@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
202
Digital ImagingDigital Imaging C19, DA, TXT0 3 31069 J Shimabuku Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112. Comment: Letter grade and Credit/No Credit only. ART 202 may not be audited. This ART 202 class section (CRN 31069) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jakes@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
214
Introduction to Life DrawingIntroduction to Life Drawing C19, DA, TXT0 3 31163 K Kang TU TH 1045-1315 Kalia 203 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ART 113 or consent of instructor. Recommended Preparation: ART 213. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 214 may not be audited. ART 214 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. Course supplies will cost approximately $75.00. This ART 214 class section (CRN 31163) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kloe@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
246
3D Computer Graphics III3D Computer Graphics III C19, DA, TXT0 3 31070 J Matsushige Online WWW 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 226; and instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Animation program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit grading only. ART 246 may not be audited. This ART 246 class section (CRN 31070) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jaredmat@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
249
Interface Design IIInterface Design II C19, DA, TXT0 3 31071 C Gargiulo Online WWW 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 128 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 229; and satisfactory completion of the Interface Design II entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Interface Design program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit grading only. ART 249 may not be audited. This ART 249 class section (CRN 31071) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (gargiulo@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
256
Digital CompositingDigital Compositing C19, DA, TXT0 3 31072 A Moura Online WWW 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 226; and satisfactory completion of the Digital Compositing entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 256 may not be audited. This ART 256 class section (CRN 31072) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (amour808@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
257
Motion Graphic DesignMotion Graphic Design C19, DA, TXT0 3 31073 M Lum Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112; and satisfactory completion of the Motion Graphic Design entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program.Comment: ART 257 may not be audited. This ART 257 class section (CRN 31073) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (lummelis@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
257
Motion Graphic DesignMotion Graphic Design C19, DA, TXT0 3 31074 A Moura Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112; and satisfactory completion of the Motion Graphic Design entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program.Comment: ART 257 may not be audited. This ART 257 class section (CRN 31074) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (amour808@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
258
Interface Programming IIInterface Programming II C19, DA, TXT0 3 31075 C Gargiulo Online WWW 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 128; and satisfactory completion of the Interface Programming II entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Interface Design program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit grading only. ART 258 may not be audited. This ART 258 class section (CRN 31075) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (gargiulo@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
293
InternshipInternship C19, DA, TXT0 3 31076 C Gargiulo Online WWW 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Interface Design program. Comment: ART 293 may not be audited. Letter grade and credit/no credit grading only. ART 293 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered online. Class location is mainly off-site at the internship location. There are two on-campus in-person class meetings with the instructor which you will be notified via email during the semester.

ART
294
Practicum in Digital ArtsPracticum in Digital Arts C19, DA, TXT0 3 31077 J Matsushige Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 157 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 212 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 226; and instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Animation program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 294 may not be audited. ART 294 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. This ART 294 class section (CRN 31077) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jaredmat@hawaii.edu) for more information.

BIOC
141
Fundamentals of BiochemistryFundamentals of Biochemistry DP, TXT0 3 31923 H Davis Online WWW 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 35

Textbook cost: $0 This BIOC 141 class section (CRN 31923) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (harryd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required.

BIOC
141
Fundamentals of BiochemistryFundamentals of Biochemistry C19, DP, TXT0 3 31948 H Davis Online WWW 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 82 or a grade of "C" or higher in a higher-level mathematics course or one year of a high school level algebra course. Recommended Preparation: Two years of a high school level algebra course or MATH 103 or a higher-level mathematics course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to watch video lectures or attend Zoom sessions and complete graded assignments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox or Safari), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. This BIOC 141 class section (CRN 31948) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

BIOL
124L
S-Environment and Ecology LabS-Environment and Ecology Lab C19, DY, SF, TXT0 1 31955 W Kuntz TU 1400-1645 Off/c 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 124. Recommended Preparation: Credit in or concurrent enrollment in or qualification for MATH 100. HYBRID: Students will be required to meet for F2F labs at Kuliouou Beach Park. Other labs will be held online. Comment: Letter grade only. BIOL 124L may not be audited. BIOL 124L may not be taken credit/no credit. This BIOL 124L class section (CRN 31955) fulfills the KCC and UHM natural science requirement (DB). Lab includes field trips and partnership project with local community. This is a RESEARCH INTENSIVE (RI) class. Research Intensive courses are enriched courses that employ the scientific method in a student-centered, inquiry-based research model. These are intensive courses that provide opportunities for students to develop critical and independent thinking through experimentation. This BIOL 124L class section (CRN 31955) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This BIOL 124L class section (CRN 31955) fulfills the KCC and UHM natural science requirement (DB). Lab includes field trips and partnership project with local community.

BIOL
130L
Anatomy and Physiology LabAnatomy and Physiology Lab DY, TXT0 1 31971 M Sumida Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 130. This BIOL 130L class section (CRN 31971) is conducted online. Students must have ready access to a computer with broadband Internet connection; an installed, updated browser, a UH email account; and skills to use these effectively. Additionally, students need access to Microsoft Office. For additional information please contact instructor via e-mail (mfuku@hawaii.edu). Please check your MyUH portal account regularly for announcements about class cancellations, UH system announcements, and /or email. Thinking about taking an online class? Go to http://uhcc.hawaii.edu/distance/self_assessment.php and take the free distance-learning self-assessment quiz.

BIOL
130L
Anatomy and Physiology LabAnatomy and Physiology Lab DY, TXT0 1 31972 M Sumida Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 130. This BIOL 130L class section (CRN 31972) is conducted online. Students must have ready access to a computer with broadband Internet connection; an installed, updated browser, a UH email account; and skills to use these effectively. Additionally, students need access to Microsoft Office. For additional information please contact instructor via e-mail (mfuku@hawaii.edu). Please check your MyUH portal account regularly for announcements about class cancellations, UH system announcements, and /or email. Thinking about taking an online class? Go to http://uhcc.hawaii.edu/distance/self_assessment.php and take the free distance-learning self-assessment quiz.

BIOL
130L
Anatomy and Physiology LabAnatomy and Physiology Lab DY, TXT0 1 31973 A Lee Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 130. This BIOL 130L class section (CRN 33869) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (ajlee@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required.

BIOL
130L
Anatomy and Physiology LabAnatomy and Physiology Lab C19, DY, TXT0 1 31975 M Sumida Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 130. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

BOT
130
S-Plants in Haw'n EnvironmentS-Plants in Haw'n Environment C19, DB, SF, TXT0 3 31906 M Ross TU TH 1215-1330 ʻiliahi 103 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0. Recommended Preparation: ENG 100. This BOT 130 class section (CRN 31906) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability Due to the uncertainty of duration of the COVID - 19 Pandemic, courses may be delivered through alternate/online methods if necessary.

BOT
130L
RI-S-Plants Haw'n Env LabRI-S-Plants Haw'n Env Lab DY, SF, TXT0 1 31907 M Ross TH 1400-1645 Kokiʻo 101 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 12

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in BOT 130. This BOT 130L class section (CRN 31907) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. This BOT 130L course (CRN 31907) is a RESEARCH INTENSIVE course, for more information contact the instructor at mikeross@hawaii.edu. Research Intensive courses are enriched courses that employ the scientific method in a student-centered, inquiry-based research model. These are intensive courses that provide opportunities for students to develop critical and independent thinking through experimentation. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

CHEM
100
Chemistry and SocietyChemistry and Society C19, DP, TXT0 3 31908 H Davis Online WWW 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or one year of a high school level algebra course. Recommended Preparation: Two years of a high school level algebra course or MATH 103 or a higher-level mathematics course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to watch video lectures or attend Zoom sessions and complete graded assignments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox or Safari), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. This CHEM 100 class section (CRN 31908) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

CHEM
100
Chemistry and SocietyChemistry and Society DP, TXT0 3 31966 H Davis Online WWW 08/24-12/18 14 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or one year of a high school level algebra course. Recommended Preparation: Two years of a high school level algebra course or MATH 103 or a higher-level mathematics course. This CHEM 100 class section (CRN 31966) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (harryd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required.

CHN
101
Elementary Mandarin IElementary Mandarin I HSL, TXT0 4 31394 C Polley Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost $0 CHN 101 (31394) is designed for students who are beginning to study the Chinese language. Students with prior Chinese language experience, including any dialect of Chinese, should take the placement test at the Testing Center in Lama library before registering. This CHN 101 (CRN 31394) is conducted online asynchronously and does not require time-specific online meetings. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. Students are required to have a Chinese-ready computer or device that can play and record mp3 sound files and that has a microphone, a web camera, ability to play back mp4 movie files, and reliable access to a high-speed Internet connection.

CHN
102
Elementary Mandarin IIElementary Mandarin II HSL, TXT0 4 31395 C Polley Online WWW 08/24-12/18 12 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in CHN 101, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. If you have taken Chinese in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Chinese placement test or seeing a Chinese instructor is recommended. This CHN 102 class section (CRN 31395) is conducted online asynchronously and does not require time-specific online meetings. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. Students are required to have a Chinese-ready computer or device that can play and record mp3 sound files and that has a microphone, a web camera, ability to play back mp4 movie files, and reliable access to a high-speed Internet connection.

CHN
290
Chinese Lang & CultureChinese Lang & Culture DH, TXT0 4 31397 C Polley Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. Students must be native or bilingual speakers of Chinese and English or advanced level Chinese speaking students; and consent of instructor. CHN 290 (CRN 31397) is designed for native speakers, bilingual and advanced level Chinese speaking students who are qualified to take ENG/ESL100. Instructor approval is required. This CHN 290 (CRN 31397) is conducted synchronously online Thursday 3:00pm-4:15pm and includes asynchronous assignments. Email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. To help you decide if an online class is right for you, take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7). Students are required to have a Chinese-ready computer or device that can play and record mp3 sound files and that has a microphone, a web camera, ability to play back mp4 movie files, and reliable access to a high-speed Internet connection. CHN 290 (CRN 31397) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. For more information, please visit: https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability To start the process for instructor approval for this course, first fill out the online pre-registration form (http://go.hawaii.edu/Ai7), then email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu). NOTE: Link is case sensitive.)

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication C19, DS, TXT0, WI 3 31039 L Bright Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 class section (CRN 31039) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 31039) is conducted synchronously online MW 10:45am-12:00pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST), does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (labright@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication C19, DS, TXT0, WI 3 31040 L Bright Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 class section (CRN 31040) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 31040) is conducted synchronously online TR 12:15pm-1:30pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST), does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (labright@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 31043 L Bright Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 class section (CRN 31043) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 class section (CRN 31043) is conducted online asynchronously and does not involve time-specific online meetings. Email the instructor (labright@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with the individual instructor for more information about proctoring processes. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 31045 L Bright Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 class section (CRN 31045) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 class section (CRN 31045) is conducted online asynchronously and does not involve time-specific online meetings. Email the instructor (zgiano@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with the individual instructor for more information about proctoring processes. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 31046 Z Giano Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 class section (CRN 31046) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 class section (CRN 31046) is conducted online asynchronously and does not involve time-specific online meetings. Email the instructor zgiano@hawaii.edu as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with the individual instructor for more information about proctoring processes. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

CULN
130
Intermediate CookeryIntermediate Cookery TXT0 5 31413 A Tsuchiyama M
TU W TH
0730-1150
0730-1350
ʻŌhiʻa 220 08/24-10/16 1 Seats of 7

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of instructor. Comment: CULN 130 may be offered as a full semester course or as 8-week modules. Effective Fall 2019 CULN 130 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation. Students who enroll in this section, may now also enroll in these CULN labs which begin on October 19, 2020: CULN 221 (CRN #31425), CULN 222 (CRN # 31427), or CULN 240, (CRN # 31429).

CULN
130
Intermediate CookeryIntermediate Cookery TXT0 5 31414 A Tsuchiyama M
TU W TH
0730-1150
0730-1350
ʻŌhiʻa 220 10/19-12/11 2 Seats of 10

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of instructor. Comment: CULN 130 may be offered as a full semester course or as 8-week modules. Effective Fall 2019 CULN 130 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

CULN
221
Continental CuisineContinental Cuisine TXT0 5 31424 D Lukela M
TU W TH
1430-1850
1430-2050
ʻŌhelo 207 08/24-10/16 2 Seats of 12

Textbook: Cost: $0 The instructor for CULN 221, CRN # 31424 is Chef David Lukela, who can be emailed at Lukela@hawaii.edu Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 130, or consent of instructor. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 221 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

CULN
221
Continental CuisineContinental Cuisine TXT0 5 31425 D Lukela M
TU W TH
1430-1850
1430-2050
ʻŌhelo 207 10/19-12/11 0 Seats of 15

Textbook: Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 130, or consent of instructor. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 221 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

CULN
222
Asian/Pacific CuisineAsian/Pacific Cuisine TXT0 5 31427 L Lau M
TU W TH
0730-1150
0730-1350
ʻŌhelo 207 10/19-12/11 1 Seats of 11

Textbook: Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 130, or consent of instructor. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 222 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

CULN
272L
Hosp. Purchasing & CC LabHosp. Purchasing & CC Lab C19, TXT0 1 31433 R Takahashi M TU W TH 1200-1350 ʻŌhelo 111 08/24-10/16 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of Instructor. Corequisite(s): Must be taken concurrently with CULN 272 CRN 31432. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 272L has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

CULN
272L
Hosp. Purchasing & CC LabHosp. Purchasing & CC Lab C19, TXT0 1 31435 R Takahashi M TU W TH 1200-1350 ʻŌhelo 111 10/19-12/11 10 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of Instructor. Corequisite(s): Must be taken concurrently with CULN 272 CRN 31434. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 272L has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

CULN
310
Culinary IndustryCurrentTrendsCulinary IndustryCurrentTrends TXT0 3 31436 R Casale Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 18

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Satisfactory completion of the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts with a specialization in Culinary Arts program or consent of instructor. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 310 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This CULN 310 (CRN 31436) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (casale@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

CULN
321
Contemporary CuisinesContemporary Cuisines TXT0 3 31437 G Sato TU W TH 1200-1640 Cip 200 08/24-10/16 2 Seats of 9

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Satisfactory completion of the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts with a specialization in Culinary Arts program or consent of instructor. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 321 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

CULN
380
Nutritional CuisinesNutritional Cuisines TXT0 3 31438 L Tamamoto TU W 0800-1450 Cip 100 10/19-12/11 1 Seats of 9

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Satisfactory completion of the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts with a specialization in Culinary Arts program or consent of instructor. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 380 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

DNCE
212
Traditional HulaTraditional Hula C19, DA, TXT0 3 31112 C Hanohano TU TH 0800-0955 Chapel 101 08/24-12/18 12 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: DNCE 212 may be taken for a letter grade and credit/no credit. DNCE 212 may not be audited. This DNCE 212 class section (CRN 31112) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cahanoha@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

DNCE
213
Modern HulaModern Hula C19, DA, TXT0 3 31113 C Hanohano TU TH 1000-1155 Chapel 101 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: DNCE 213 may be taken for a letter grade and credit/no credit only. DNCE 213 may not be audited. This DNCE 213 class section (CRN 31113) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cahanoha@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

EE
160
Programming for EngineersProgramming for Engineers C19, DP, TXT0 4 31883 J Tyler Online WWW 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Completion of MATH 135 or higher level mathematics course or placement into MATH 140 or higher level mathematics course. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor jtyler@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

EE
160
Programming for EngineersProgramming for Engineers C19, DP, TXT0 4 31884 J Tyler Online WWW 08/24-12/18 11 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Completion of MATH 135 or higher level mathematics course or placement into MATH 140 or higher level mathematics course. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor jtyler@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

ENG
97
Fundamentals of Read & WriteFundamentals of Read & Write C19, TXT0 3 31875 D Oshiro Online WWW 08/24-12/18 9 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): PCC 20 with a grade of "P", or a CMPR score of 56-100, or an AWP score of 3 or higher, or permission of the instructor. ENG 97 provides practice in building essential college reading, reasoning, and writing skills. Through analytical reading, critical discussion, summarizing of concepts, and incorporating ideas into writing, students will learn the skills necessary to succeed in college and the workplace. This ENG 97 (CRN 31875) is conducted synchronously online MW 1:45pm-3:00pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Proctored exams are not required. Email the instructor (oshirod@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31221 B Ewan Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31221) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31221) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31220). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31221) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31220). This ENG 98 (CRN 31221) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31224 B Ewan Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31224) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31224) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31223). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31224) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31223) This ENG 98 (CRN 31224) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
98
S-Composition SupplementS-Composition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31244 M Minahal Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class (CRN 31244) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31244) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31243). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31244) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31243). This ENG 98 class (CRN 31244) is conducted synchronously online TR from 3:15pm to 4:30pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST), does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31244) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability.

ENG
98
S-Composition SupplementS-Composition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31247 M Minahal Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31247) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31247) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31246). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31247) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31246). This ENG 98 class (CRN 31247) is conducted synchronously online TR from 12:15p-1:30p Hawaii Standard Time (HST), does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31247) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31266 M Shin M 1045-1200 Kalia 104 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31266) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31266) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31265). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31266) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31265). This ENG 98 (31266) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in-class Mondays 10:45a-12:00p and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31269 M Shin TU 1215-1330 Kalia 104 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31269) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31269) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31268). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31269) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31268). This ENG 98 (31269) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in-class Tuesday 12:15p-1:30p and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31273 D Kubota Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31273) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31273) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31232). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31273) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31232). This ENG 98 (CRN 31273) is conducted synchronously online TR 12:15pm-1:30pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST), does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (davink@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31273) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31273) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31232). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31273) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31232).

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31276 R Sunahara Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31276) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31276) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31275). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31276) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31275). This ENG 98 class (CRN 31276) is conducted synchronously online TR from 145pm-300pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST), does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31285 D Uedoi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31285) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31285) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31284). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31285) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31284). This ENG 98 (CRN 31285) is conducted synchronously online TR 3:15pm-4:30pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 31288 D Uedoi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 31288) is part of the accelerated learning program designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 31288) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 31287). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31288) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31287). This ENG 98 (CRN 31288) is conducted synchronously online MW 10:45am-12:00pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31209 C Dela Fuente Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31209) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (delafuen@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 31215 C Kelsey Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31215) is conducted online and may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. Email the instructor (ckelsey@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with the individual instructor for more information about proctoring processes. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 31216 C Kelsey Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31216) is conducted online and may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. Email the instructor (ckelsey@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with the individual instructor for more information about proctoring processes. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31218 B Ewan Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31218) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31219 B Ewan Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31219) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31220 B Ewan Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31220) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31220) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31221). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31220) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31221). This ENG 100 (CRN 31220) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31222 B Ewan Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31222) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31223 B Ewan Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31223) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31223) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31224). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31223) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31224). This ENG 100 (CRN 31223) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31225 S Inouye Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (31225) is conducted synchronously online MW 7:45am-9:00am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (inouye@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31226 S Inouye Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (31226) is conducted synchronously online MW 9:15am-10:30am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (inouye@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31227 J Shimabukuro Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 21

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31227) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (jamess@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31228 D Kubota Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31228) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (davink@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31229 D Kubota Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31229) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (davink@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31230 D Kubota Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31230) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (davink@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31231 D Kubota Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31231) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (davink@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 31232 D Kubota Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31232) is an accelerated class section designated to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31232) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31273). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31232) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31273). This ENG 100 (CRN 31232) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (davink@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I FW, SF, TXT0 3 31242 M Minahal Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31242) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31242) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I FW, SF, TXT0 3 31243 M Minahal Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31243) is an accelerated class section designated to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31243) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31244). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31243) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31244). This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31243) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31243) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I FW, SF, TXT0 3 31245 M Minahal Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31245) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31245) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I FW, SF, TXT0 3 31246 M Minahal Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31246) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31246) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31249 C Primavera Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (31249) is conducted synchronously online Wednesdays 1:45pm-3:00pm HST and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (primaver@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. notifications.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31250 C Primavera Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (31251) is conducted synchronously online Thursdays 10:45 am-12:00 pm HST and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (primaver@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. notifications.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31251 C Primavera Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (31251) is conducted synchronously online Thursdays 1:45pm-3:00pm HST and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (primaver@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. notifications.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I C19, FW, SF, TXT0 3 31254 A Salinas-Nakanishi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 9 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class (CRN 31254) is for Kalmuki High School students approved by and registered by an Academic Advisor. For additional information please contact Sheldon Tawata, Kuilei Outreach Program Coordinator via email (sheldont@hawaii.edu). Special Instructor Approval: Academic Advisor Approval. This ENG 100 (CRN 31254) is conducted synchronously online Monday 8:00am-9:15am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This course does not require field work or proctored exams. Email the instructor (salinasn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This ENG 100 (CRN 31254) is Sustainability Focused (SF), which indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I C19, FW, SF, TXT0 3 31255 A Salinas-Nakanishi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31255) is conducted synchronously online Monday 10:45am-12:00 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This course does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (salinasn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This ENG 100 (CRN 31255) is Sustainability Focused (SF), which indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I C19, FW, SF, TXT0 3 31256 A Salinas-Nakanishi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31256) is conducted synchronously online Monday 3:15pm-4:30pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (salinasn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This ENG 100 (CRN 31256) is Sustainability Focused (SF), which indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 31259 J Shimabukuro Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31259) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (jamess@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 31260 J Shimabukuro Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31260) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (jamess@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 31261 J Shimabukuro Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31261) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (jamess@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 31262 J Shimabukuro Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31262) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (jamess@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31264 M Shin Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 CRN 31264) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31265 M Shin Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. ENG 100 Comments: This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31265) is an accelerated class section designated to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31265) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31266). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31265) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31266). This ENG 100 (CRN 31265) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31267 M Shin Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31267) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31268 M Shin Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31268) is an accelerated class section designated to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31268) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31269). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31268) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31269). This ENG 100 (CRN 31268) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31274 R Sunahara Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (31274) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31275 R Sunahara Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31275) is an accelerated class section designated to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31275) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31276). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31275) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31276). This ENG 100 (31275) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31280 M Tsai Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31280) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Optional synchronous meetings may be held on Tuesdays 12:00p-1:00p Hawai?i Standard Time (HST). Email the instructor (tsaim@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31281 M Tsai Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31281) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Optional synchronous meetings may be held on Tuesdays 12:00p-1:00p Hawai?i Standard Time (HST). Email the instructor (tsaim@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31282 M Tsai Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31282) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Optional synchronous meetings may be held on Tuesdays 12:00p-1:00p Hawai?i Standard Time (HST). Email the instructor (tsaim@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31283 D Uedoi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31283) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31284 D Uedoi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31284) is an accelerated class section designated to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31284) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31285). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31284) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31285). This ENG 100 (CRN 31284) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31286 D Uedoi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31286) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31287 D Uedoi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31287) is an accelerated class section designated to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 31287) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 31288). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 31287) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 31288). This ENG 100 (CRN 31287) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31289 D Uedoi Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 31289) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 31997 R Sunahara Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 31997) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 32112 P Hirata-Knight Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 32112) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (phirata@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 32121 P Hirata-Knight Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 32121) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (phirata@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 32122 T Lam Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 32122) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (thuy@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 32125 T Lam Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 32112) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (thuy@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 32126 B Ross Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 32126) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (bonnier@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 32127 C Kelsey Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 32126) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (ckelsey@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 32128 T Lam Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 32128) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (thuy@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
200
WI-Composition IIWI-Composition II TXT0, WI 3 31277 R Sunahara Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 200 class section (31277) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 200 class section (CRN 31277) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
200
WI-Composition IIWI-Composition II TXT0, WI 3 31999 R Sunahara Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 200 class section (31999) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 200 class section (CRN 31999) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
209
WI-Bus & Managerial WritingWI-Bus & Managerial Writing C19, TXT0, WI 3 31234 M Lawhorn Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 209 class section (31234) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 209 (31234) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (lawhorn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
209
WI-Bus & Managerial WritingWI-Bus & Managerial Writing C19, TXT0, WI 3 31235 M Lawhorn Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 209 class section (31235) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 209 (31235) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (lawhorn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
209
WI-Bus & Managerial WritingWI-Bus & Managerial Writing C19, TXT0, WI 3 31236 M Lawhorn Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 209 class section (31236) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 209 (31236) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (lawhorn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
209
WI-Bus & Managerial WritingWI-Bus & Managerial Writing C19, TXT0, WI 3 31278 M Tsai Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Costs: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 209 class section (31278) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 209 class section (CRN 31278) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (tsaim@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
209
WI-Bus & Managerial WritingWI-Bus & Managerial Writing C19, TXT0, WI 3 31279 M Tsai Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 209 class section (31279) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 209 class section (CRN 31279) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (tsaim@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
270E
WI-World Literature_to 1600WI-World Literature_to 1600 C19, DL, TXT0, WI 3 31237 M Lawhorn Online WWW 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 270E class section (31237) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 270E (CRN 31237) is part of the "Inventing Eternity" learning community. Students enrolled in ENG 270E (CRN 31237) must also enroll in REL 151 (CRN 31008). Students who drop ENG 270E (CRN 31237) must also drop REL 151 (CRN 31008). Students who complete this learning community will receive six writing intensive credits. For additional information please contact Eric Denton (ericd@hawaii.edu, 734-9416) or Mark Lawhorn (lawhorn@hawaii.edu, 734-9249). This ENG 270E (CRN 31237) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (lawhorn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
272N
WI-Literature and FilmWI-Literature and Film DL, TXT0, WI 3 31238 M Lawhorn Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 272N class section (31238) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 272N class section (CRN31238) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (lawhorn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
273C
WI-Creative Writing & LitWI-Creative Writing & Lit DL, TXT0, WI 3 31217 B Ross Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 273C class section (31217) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 273C (31217) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (xxxxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ENG
273C
WI-Creative Writing&LiteratureWI-Creative Writing&Literature C19, DL, TXT0, WI 3 31270 M Shin Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100 or grade of C or higher in ESL 100 or consent of instructor. This ENG 273C class section (CRN 31270) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 273C (CRN 31270) is conducted online asynchronously, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ES
101
H,WI-Intro to Ethnic StudiesH,WI-Intro to Ethnic Studies C19, DS, HAP, TXT0, WI 3 31022 K Nakamura Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 100. This ES 101 (CRN 31022) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended preparation: MATH 82. This ES 101 class section (CRN 31022) meets the H-focus requirement. This ES 101 class section (CRN 31022) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This ES 101 class section (CRN 31022) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (kellinak@hawaii.edu) for more information. This ES 101 (CRN 31022) class section requires one or more proctored exams which may be taken at any pre-authorized testing center (check with the instructor). If you prefer, you may take the proctored exam(s) using an online proctoring service. If you choose to use this service, you will be charged a fee.

ES
101
H,WI-Intro to Ethnic StudiesH,WI-Intro to Ethnic Studies C19, DS, HAP, TXT0, WI 3 31023 K Nakamura Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 100. This ES 101 (CRN 31023) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended preparation: MATH 82. This ES 101 class section (CRN 31023) meets the H-focus requirement. This ES 101 class section (CRN 31023) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This ES 101 class section (CRN 31023) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (kellinak@hawaii.edu) for more information. This ES 101 (CRN 31023) class section requires one or more proctored exams which may be taken at any pre-authorized testing center (check with the instructor). If you prefer, you may take the proctored exam(s) using an online proctoring service. If you choose to use this service, you will be charged a fee.

ESL
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31294 N Otero Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESL 100 on the KCC placement instrument, or a grade of "C" or higher in ENG 22, or successful completion of ESOL 94, or instructor recommendation. Comment: ESL 100 satisfies ENG 100 requirements at Kapi'olani Community College. This ESL 100 class section (CRN 31294) is conducted asynchronously online, does not require time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (notero2@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

ESL
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31295 E Wang M 1215-1330 Olona 201 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESL 100 class (CRN 31295) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Mondays, 12:15 - 1:30 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the ESOL Program Coordinator (silvaa@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESL
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31297 E Wang M 1345-1500 ʻiliahi 106 08/24-12/18 9 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESL 100 class (CRN 31297) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Mondays, 1:45 - 3:00 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the ESOL Program Coordinator (silvaa@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESL
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31298 E Wang TU 1215-1330 Olona 201 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESL 100 class (CRN 31298) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Tuesdays, 12:15 - 1:30 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the ESOL Program Coordinator (silvaa@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESL
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 31299 A Silva M 0745-0900 Olona 201 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESL 100 class (CRN 31299) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Mondays, 7:45 - 9:00 am Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the ESOL Program Coordinator (silvaa@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
50
Intensive ESOL 1Intensive ESOL 1 C19, TXT0 0 31307 G Kellogg TU TH 1000-1205 Olona 205 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 ESOL 50 (CRN 31307) is reserved for International Students in the Intensive Program in English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students who enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 31307) must also enroll in ESOL 52 (CRN 31311) and IS 54 (CRN 31290). ESOL 50 (CRN 31307) is a hybrid class, with in-person meetings on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10:00am - 12:05pm HST (Hawaiian Standard Time), and two+ hours of online asynchronous learning in the afternoon. Instructors will provide more specific details during the first week of classes. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the IEP Coordinator (gkellogg@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
52
Intensive ESOL 2Intensive ESOL 2 C19, TXT0 0 31311 M Rollins M W 1000-1205 Olona 205 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 ESOL 52 (CRN 31311) is are reserved for International Students in the Intensive Program in English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students who enroll in ESOL 52 (CRN 31311) must also enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 31307) and IS 54 (CRN 31290). ESOL 52 (CRN 31311) is a hybrid class, with in-person meetings on Mondays and Wednesdays 10:00am - 12:05pm HST (Hawaiian Standard Time), and and two+ hours of online asynchronous learning in the afternoon. Instructors will provide more specific details during the first week of classes. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the IEP Coordinator (mlrollin@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
90F
Beginning ESOL (Fall)Beginning ESOL (Fall) C19, TXT0 7 31312 Y Kanaoka TU W 0730-0935 ʻiliahi 106 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 7

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESOL 90 class (CRN 31312) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:35am Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the ESOL Program Coordinator (silvaa@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
92F
Intermediate ESOL (Fall)Intermediate ESOL (Fall) C19, TXT0 7 31313 Y Kanaoka TU W 0945-1150 ʻiliahi 106 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESOL 92 class (CRN 31313) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 9:45 - 11:50 am Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (yoneko@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
92F
Intermediate ESOL (Fall)Intermediate ESOL (Fall) C19, TXT0 7 31314 Y Kanaoka TU W 0730-0935 ʻiliahi 106 08/24-12/18 11 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESOL 92 class (CRN 31314) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:35 am Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (yoneko@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
94F
S-Advanced ESOL (Fall)S-Advanced ESOL (Fall) C19, SF, TXT0 7 31319 E Malm M W 0945-1150 ‘Ōlapa 204 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESOL 94 class (CRN 31319) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Mondays and Wednesdays, 9:45 - 11:50 am Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (elaina@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
94F
Advanced ESOL (Fall)Advanced ESOL (Fall) C19, TXT0 7 31322 M Whitehorse M W F 0730-0910 ‘Ōlapa 205 08/24-12/18 14 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESOL 94 class (CRN 31322) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 7:30 - 9:10 am Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the ESOL Program Coordinator (silvaa@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
94F
Advanced ESOL (Fall)Advanced ESOL (Fall) C19, TXT0 7 31323 T Smith TU TH 1130-1335 ‘Ōlapa 204 08/24-12/18 15 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESOL 94 class (CRN 31323) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11:30 am - 1:35 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the ESOL Program Coordinator (silvaa@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
94F
Advanced ESOL (Fall)Advanced ESOL (Fall) C19, TXT0 7 31324 E Malm M W 1400-1605 ‘Ōlapa 204 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 This ESOL 94 class (CRN 31324) is a hybrid class, with in-person, online synchronous, and online asynchronous lessons. In-person and online synchronous lessons will happen on Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:00 - 4:05 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST). The instructor will email you with details about the in-person lessons before the first day of class. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (elaina@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

ESOL
94F
S-Advanced ESOL (Fall)S-Advanced ESOL (Fall) SF, TXT0 7 32023 N Otero Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): (1) Qualification for ESOL 94 on the KCC placement test AND recommendation on Writing Sample OR (2) a grade of CR+ for ESOL 92F/92S OR (3) a grade of CR for ESOL 94F/94S OR (4) a TOEFL score over 500 OR (5) instructor recommendation.Comment: ESOL 94F is repeatable for credit with no maximum credit limit. Special grading options are NC (earns no credit for the course and must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), CR (earns credit for the course but must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), and CR+ (earns creditfor the course and with instructor approval is eligible for ESL/ENG 100). This ESOL 94F class section (CRN 32023) is conducted online and requires four hours of synchronous activity per week on Tuesday and Thursday from 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST). Other class work will be completed asynchronously. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (notero2@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information. This ESOL 94F class section (CRN 32023) is S-focused. Content will concentrate on sustainability, including its social, economic, and environmental dimensions and/or the class will examine an issue or topic with sustainability as a lens.

FIL
101
Elementary Filipino IElementary Filipino I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31051 P Arao Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost $0 If you have taken Filipino in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Filipino language placement test or seeing a Filipino instructor is recommended. This FIL 101 (CRN 31051) is conducted synchronously online MW 8:00am-9:45am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (araop@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

FSHE
185
The Science of Human NutritionThe Science of Human Nutrition DB, TXT0 3 31439 G Itomitsu TU 0830-0950 ʻŌhiʻa 118 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 28

Textbook cost. $0 This FSHE 185 (CRN 31439) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in-class Tuesdays from 8:30 am - 9:50 am (Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (gitomits@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To be successful in this class students must: 1) Be proficient in computer competency skills (i.e. file upload and download, email, Laulima, online testing) 2) Have reliable computer with reliable high speed internet connection 3) Access to MS Word and Excel programs There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

GEOG
101
The Natural EnvironmentThe Natural Environment DP, TXT0 3 31658 L Kaiser Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 35

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100 and qualification for MATH 82 or a higher level mathematics course, This GEOG 101 class section (CRN 31658) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (lkaiser7@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

GEOG
101L
The Natural Environment LabThe Natural Environment Lab DY, TXT0 1 31660 L Kaiser Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): GEOG 101 credit or concurrent enrollment and qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100 and qualification for MATH 82 or a higher level mathematics course, This GEOG 101L class section (CRN 31660) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (lkaiser7@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

GEOG
101L
The Natural Environment LabThe Natural Environment Lab C19, DY, TXT0 1 31665 L Kaiser Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): GEOG 101 credit or concurrent enrollment and qualification for ENG 100 and qualification for MATH 82. This GEOG 101L class section (CRN 31665) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (lkaiser7@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

GG
101L
Intro to Physical Geology LabIntro to Physical Geology Lab DY, TXT0 1 31964 N Gazdar Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in GG 103. This GG 101L class section (CRN 31964) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (nasir@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required.

GG
101L
Intro to Physical Geology LabIntro to Physical Geology Lab DY, TXT0 1 31965 N Gazdar Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in GG 103. This GG 101L class section (CRN 31965) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (nasir@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required.

GG
103
Geology of Hawaiian IslandsGeology of Hawaiian Islands C19, DP, TXT0 3 31960 N Gazdar Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: Qualification for ENG 100. HYBRID: This course is a hybrid course. Due to the current situation with COVID-19, students will not be asked to come to campus until later in the semester at the earliest. Students will be completing all course work online until the instructor indicates otherwise. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

GG
103
Geology of Hawaiian IslandsGeology of Hawaiian Islands DP, TXT0 3 31962 N Gazdar Online WWW 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: Qualification for ENG 100. This GG 103 class section (CRN 31962) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (nasir@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required.

GG
103
Geology of Hawaiian IslandsGeology of Hawaiian Islands DP, TXT0 3 31963 N Gazdar Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: Qualification for ENG 100. This GG 103 class section (CRN 31963) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (nasir@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 31196 E Wight TU TH 0800-0940 Mānele 102
Mānele 101
08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered online.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31197 A Dochin Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. This HAW 101 (CRN 31197) is conducted synchronously online TR 6:00pm-7:40pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (adochin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31198 P Kido Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. This HAW 101 (CRN 31198) is conducted synchronously online MW 2:00pm-3:40pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (pharrah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 31199 E Wight TU TH 1045-1225 Mānele 102
Mānele 101
08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered online.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 31200 T Koide Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. This HAW 101 class section (CRN 31200) is conducted online asynchronously, does not involve time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (tiwalani@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 32030 P Kido Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. This HAW 101 (CRN 32030) is conducted synchronously online MW 6:00pm-7:40pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (pharrah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This HAW 101 (CRN 32030) is reserved for the HIDOE Hawaiian Language Learning Opportunity project. Registration is approved by and registered by an Academic Advisor. For additional information please contact Shannon Sakaue, Program Counselor, P?hihi Program for Returning Adults via email (sks78@hawaii.edu).

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 32051 A Dochin Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. This HAW 101 (CRN 32051) is conducted synchronously online MW 6:00pm-7:40pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (adochin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 32109 C Tabor Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. This HAW 101 class section (CRN 32109) is conducted online asynchronously, does not involve time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (ctabor@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
102
Elementary Hawaiian IIElementary Hawaiian II C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31201 P Kido Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 101 or satisfactory score on language placement test or consent of instructor.If student has taken Hawaiian Language in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian language placement test or seeing a Hawaiian language instructor is recommended. This HAW 102 class (CRN 21201) is conducted synchronously online MW 12:00pm-1:40pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (pharrah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
102
Elementary Hawaiian IIElementary Hawaiian II HSL, TXT0 4 31202 T Koide Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. This HAW 102 class section (CRN 31202) is conducted online asynchronously, does not involve time-specific online meetings, does not require proctored exams, and does not require field work. Email the instructor (tiwalani@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
102
Elementary Hawaiian IIElementary Hawaiian II C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31684 A Dochin Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 26

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 101 or satisfactory score on language placement test or consent of instructor.If student has taken Hawaiian Language in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian language placement test or seeing a Hawaiian language instructor is recommended. This HAW 102 (CRN 31684) is conducted synchronously online MW 8:00am-9:40am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (adochin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
102
Elementary Hawaiian IIElementary Hawaiian II C19, HSL, TXT0 4 32049 P Kido Online WWW 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 101 or satisfactory score on language placement test or consent of instructor.If student has taken Hawaiian Language in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian language placement test or seeing a Hawaiian language instructor is recommended. This HAW 102 (CRN 32049) is conducted synchronously online TR 6:00p-7:40p Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (pharrah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. Note: This HAW 102 (CRN 32049) is reserved for the HIDOE Hawaiian Language Learning Opportunity project. Registration is approved by and registered by an Academic Advisor. For additional information please contact Shannon Sakaue, Program Counselor, P?hihi Program for Returning Adults via email (sks78@hawaii.edu).

HAW
201
Intermediate Hawaiian IIntermediate Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31203 T Koide Online WWW 08/24-12/18 12 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 102 or satisfactory score on language placement test or consent of instructor.If student has taken Hawaiian Language in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian language placement test or seeing a Hawaiian language instructor is recommended. This HAW 201 (CRN 31203) is conducted asynchronously online, does not involve time-specific online meetings, does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (tiwalani@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
201
Intermediate Hawaiian IIntermediate Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 31685 T Koide Online WWW 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 102 or satisfactory score on language placement test or consent of instructor.If student has taken Hawaiian Language in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian language placement test or seeing a Hawaiian language instructor is recommended. If you have taken Hawaiian in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian placement test or seeing a Hawaiian instructor is recommended. This HAW 201 class section (CRN 31685) is conducted online asynchronously and does not involve time-specific online meetings. Email the instructor (tiwalani@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with the individual instructor for more information about proctoring processes. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HAW
202
Intermediate Hawaiian IIIntermediate Hawaiian II C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31686 C Tabor Online WWW 08/24-12/18 19 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 201 or satisfactory score on language placement test or consent of instructor.If student has taken Hawaiian Language in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Hawaiian language placement test or seeing a Hawaiian language instructor is recommended. This HAW 202 class (CRN 31686) is conducted asynchronously online. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (ctabor@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

HOST
168
Tour Operations ManagementTour Operations Management C19, TXT0 3 32074 F Yagodich M 0900-1130 ‘Ōlapa 113 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 168 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. HOST 168 will be taught utilizing a Hybrid style of course delivery. The term "hybrid" is a course design that combines traditional, face-to-face class time with online and out-of-class course work. Registered students are required to conduct significant pre-class preparation that includes graded assignments based on the scheduled chapter readings and content. Students must be familiar with Laulima, have regular/reliable access to the Internet, email, and be able to attend the scheduled class meeting time. HOST 168 (CRN 32074) will meet face to face on Mondays. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HOST
168
Tour Operations ManagementTour Operations Management C19, TXT0 3 32075 F Yagodich M 1230-1500 ‘Ōlapa 113 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 168 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. HOST 168 will be taught utilizing a Hybrid style of course delivery. The term "hybrid" is a course design that combines traditional, face-to-face class time with online and out-of-class course work. Registered students are required to conduct significant pre-class preparation that includes graded assignments based on the scheduled chapter readings and content. Students must be familiar with Laulima, have regular/reliable access to the Internet, email, and be able to attend the scheduled class meeting time. HOST 168 (CRN 32075) will meet face to face on Mondays. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HOST
168
Tour Operations ManagementTour Operations Management C19, TXT0 3 32076 F Yagodich F 0900-1130 Mānele 102 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 168 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. HOST 168 will be taught utilizing a Hybrid style of course delivery. The term "hybrid" is a course design that combines traditional, face-to-face class time with online and out-of-class course work. Registered students are required to conduct significant pre-class preparation that includes graded assignments based on the scheduled chapter readings and content. Students must be familiar with Laulima, have regular/reliable access to the Internet, email, and be able to attend the scheduled class meeting time. HOST 168 (CRN 32076) will meet face to face on Fridays. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HOST
168
Tour Operations ManagementTour Operations Management C19, TXT0 3 32077 F Yagodich F 1230-1500 ‘Ōlapa 113 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 168 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. HOST 168 will be taught utilizing a Hybrid style of course delivery. The term "hybrid" is a course design that combines traditional, face-to-face class time with online and out-of-class course work. Registered students are required to conduct significant pre-class preparation that includes graded assignments based on the scheduled chapter readings and content. Students must be familiar with Laulima, have regular/reliable access to the Internet, email, and be able to attend the scheduled class meeting time. HOST 168 (CRN 32077) will meet face to face on Fridays. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HOST
171
Airline Reservations & PricingAirline Reservations & Pricing C19, TXT0 4 32052 R Fernandez TU 0800-1005 ‘Ōlapa 113 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 171 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. HOST 171 will be taught utilizing a Hybrid style of course delivery. The term "hybrid" is a course design that combines traditional, face-to-face class time with online and out-of-class course work. Registered students are required to conduct significant pre-class preparation that includes graded assignments based on the scheduled chapter readings and content. Students must be familiar with Laulima, have regular/reliable access to the Internet, email, and be able to attend the scheduled class meeting time. HOST 171 (CRN 32052) will meet face to face on Tuesdays. Due to COVID-19 situations, some face to face class time may be conducted synchronously on Zoom. Please keep close attention to announcements from your instructor. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HOST
171
Airline Reservations & PricingAirline Reservations & Pricing C19, TXT0 4 32053 R Fernandez TH 0800-1005 ‘Ōlapa 113 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 171 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. HOST 171 will be taught utilizing a Hybrid style of course delivery. The term "hybrid" is a course design that combines traditional, face-to-face class time with online and out-of-class course work. Registered students are required to conduct significant pre-class preparation that includes graded assignments based on the scheduled chapter readings and content. Students must be familiar with Laulima, have regular/reliable access to the Internet, email, and be able to attend the scheduled class meeting time. HOST 171 (CRN 32053) will meet face to face on Thursdays. Due to COVID-19 situations, some face to face class time may be conducted synchronously on Zoom. Please keep close attention to announcements from your instructor. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HOST
171
Airline Reservations & PricingAirline Reservations & Pricing C19, TXT0 4 32054 R Fernandez TU 1230-1435 ‘Ōlapa 113 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 171 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. HOST 171 will be taught utilizing a Hybrid style of course delivery. The term "hybrid" is a course design that combines traditional, face-to-face class time with online and out-of-class course work. Registered students are required to conduct significant pre-class preparation that includes graded assignments based on the scheduled chapter readings and content. Students must be familiar with Laulima, have regular/reliable access to the Internet, email, and be able to attend the scheduled class meeting time. HOST 171 (CRN 32054) will meet face to face on Tuesdays. Due to COVID-19 situations, some face to face class time may be conducted synchronously on Zoom. Please keep close attention to announcements from your instructor. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HOST
261
Events ManagementEvents Management C19 3 31647 K Sellers Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 30

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HOST 101. Recommended Preparation: Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 261 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, this HOST 261 class section (CRN 31647) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for course notifications and email the instructor, kawehils@hawaii.edu, as needed for additional information. We will also be using Laulima on a regular basis. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop and high-speed internet.

HOST
293
HOST InternshipHOST Internship TXT0 3 31653 K Donnelly Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HOST 100 or a grade of "C" or higher in CULN 111; and acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism program or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts program; and consent of the Department. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 293 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This HOST 293 class section (CRN 31653) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor, Kevin Donnelly (kevind@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.. This class will require 225 hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the course coordinator for more information.

HOST
293
HOST InternshipHOST Internship TXT0 3 31654 K Donnelly M 1015-1205 ‘Ōlapa 115 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HOST 100 or a grade of "C" or higher in CULN 111; and acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism program or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts program; and consent of the Department. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 293 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HOST
293
HOST InternshipHOST Internship TXT0 3 31655 K Donnelly M 1415-1605 ‘Ōlapa 115 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 13

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HOST 100 or a grade of "C" or higher in CULN 111; and acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism program or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts program; and consent of the Department. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 293 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. There is a chance that this class might be offered online, based on the COVID-19 situation.

HWST
100
Intro to Hawaiian CultureIntro to Hawaiian Culture DH, TXT0 3 31172 F Yagodich M 1515-1800 Mānele 102 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: HAW 101. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 31172) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (fyagodic@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 31172) has a no show policy. Registration on or after the first day of class requires an add/drop form with instructor's approval. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DISENROLLED. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered online.

HWST
100
Intro to Hawaiian CultureIntro to Hawaiian Culture C19, DH, TXT0 3 31173 J Moniz Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: HAW 101. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 31173) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (jkmoniz2@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

HWST
100
Intro to Hawaiian CultureIntro to Hawaiian Culture DH, TXT0 3 31174 F Yagodich W 1515-1800 Mānele 102 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: HAW 101. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 31174) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (fyagodic@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 31173) has a no show policy. Registration on or after the first day of class requires an add/drop form with instructor's approval. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DISENROLLED. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered online.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31175 F Kelly Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31175) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31175) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31176 D Preza Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31176) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31176) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (preza@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31177 F Kelly Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 36

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31177) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31177) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31178 D Preza Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31178) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31178) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (preza@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31179 D Preza Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31179) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31179) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (preza@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31180 F Kelly Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31180) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31180) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31181 K Cruz Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31181) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31181) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (helecruz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31182 K Cruz Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31182) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31182) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (helecruz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31183 K Cruz Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31183) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31183) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (helecruz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31184 K Cruz Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31184) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31184) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (helecruz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific DH, HAP, TXT0 3 31185 F Kelly Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31185) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 31185) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require one or more hours of synchronous activity. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. If required, options for proctored exam(s) will include using an authorized testing center (http://hawaii.edu/dl/testcenters) (free through UH) and may include an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Contact the instructor for more information.

HWST
255
Intro to the Hawaiian KingdomIntro to the Hawaiian Kingdom C19, DS, TXT0 3 31186 D Preza Online WWW 08/24-12/18 9 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HWST 107. This HWST 255 class section (CRN 31186) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (preza@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ICS
111
Intro to Computer Science IIntro to Computer Science I C19, TXT0 3 31924 L Miller M W 1045-1200 Kokiʻo 207 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 135 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or consent of instructor. Recommended Preparation: ICS 101 or an equivalent course. HYBRID: This course will be conducted primarily face-to-face on the Kapiolani CC campus. Students are required to come to campus on most or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment. There may be a few days when campus presence is not required, where students will need to participate through synchronous videoconferencing. Students must be available at all times listed in the schedule of classes. Contact the instructor for more information: ljmiller@hawaii.edu. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICS
111
Intro to Computer Science IIntro to Computer Science I C19, TXT0 3 31925 L Miller M W 1430-1545 Kokiʻo 207 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 135 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or consent of instructor. Recommended Preparation: ICS 101 or an equivalent course. HYBRID: This course will be conducted primarily face-to-face on the Kapiolani CC campus. Students are required to come to campus on most or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment. There may be a few days when campus presence is not required, where students will need to participate through synchronous videoconferencing. Students must be available at all times listed in the schedule of classes. Contact the instructor for more information: ljmiller@hawaii.edu. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICS
141
Discrete Math for CS IDiscrete Math for CS I C19, FQ, TXT0 3 31926 L Miller TU TH 1345-1500 Kokiʻo 207 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 135 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or consent of instructor. Recommended Preparation: ICS 101 or an equivalent course; and ICS 111. HYBRID: This course will be conducted primarily face-to-face on the Kapiolani CC campus. Students are required to come to campus on most or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment. There may be a few days when campus presence is not required, where students will need to participate through synchronous videoconferencing. Students must be available at all times listed in the schedule of classes. Contact the instructor for more information: ljmiller@hawaii.edu. Comment: ICS 141 provides the general mathematical foundation for the appreciation and understanding of computer science concepts. It is intended for Computer Science majors and others interested in learning about the mathematics for Computer Science. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICS
211
Intro to Computer Science IIIntro to Computer Science II C19, TXT0 3 31927 L Miller TU TH 1045-1200 Kokiʻo 207 08/24-12/18 11 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "B" or higher in ICS 111 or consent of the instructor. HYBRID: This course will be conducted primarily face-to-face on the Kapiolani CC campus. Students are required to come to campus on most or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment. There may be a few days when campus presence is not required, where students will need to participate through synchronous videoconferencing. Students must be available at all times listed in the schedule of classes. Contact the instructor for more information: ljmiller@hawaii.edu. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICS
241
Discrete Math for CS IIDiscrete Math for CS II C19, TXT0 3 31928 L Miller TU TH 0915-1030 Kokiʻo 207 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): ICS 111; and a grade of "C" or higher in ICS 141 or consent of instructor. HYBRID: This course will be conducted primarily face-to-face on the Kapiolani CC campus. Students are required to come to campus on most or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment. There may be a few days when campus presence is not required, where students will need to participate through synchronous videoconferencing. Students must be available at all times listed in the schedule of classes. Contact the instructor for more information: ljmiller@hawaii.edu. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

IS
54
Introduction to College (ESOL)Introduction to College (ESOL) C19, TXT0 1 31290 M Rollins F 1000-1130 Olona 205 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 IS 54 (CRN 31290) is reserved for International Students in the Intensive Program in English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students who enroll in IS 54 (CRN 31290) must also enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 31307) and ESOL 52 (CRN 31311). IS 54 (CRN 31290) is a hybrid class, with in-person meetings on Fridays 10:00am - 11:30am HST (Hawaiian Standard Time), and asynchronous online activities on specified Fridays with additional opportunities to meet with the instructor online. Instructors will provide more specific details during the first week of classes. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take this hybrid class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class may require fieldwork. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the IEP Coordinator (gkellogg@hawaii.edu) if you need more information.

IS
161
WI,S-Intro toCreative ThinkingWI,S-Intro toCreative Thinking C19, DA, SF, WI 3 31078 C Jennings TU TH 1345-1500 Olona 205 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 This IS 161 class section (CRN 31078) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This IS 161 class section (CRN 31078) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cjenning@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ITS
149R
Intro to Data Analytics and RIntro to Data Analytics and R C19, TXT0 3 31365 D Nakasone TU TH 1045-1200 Kōpiko 101a 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisites: ITS 129 or consent of instructor or Business, Legal, &Technology Department Chairperson. Recommended Preparation: ICS 100 or ICS 101. Comment: ITS 149R may require additional hardware/software supplies up to $100.00 for USB external disk drive. Information Technology majors must take ITS 149R for a letter grade only. This ITS 149R class section (CRN 31365) is a hybrid course in a classroom on Tuesdays/Thursdays at 10:45am-12:00pm and an online component using free web-conferencing tools. The instructor will email students to coordinate meeting dates and provide a course syllabus with a schedule prior to the first class session. To be successful in this course, students must have consistent access to a computer and the Internet. This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Database Administration. This section will be participating in the Kapi'olani Bookstore's IDAP program (Interactive Digital Access Program). An IDAP Rental Charge for the ebook will be added to your MyUH account, price to be determined. See instructor for instructions on how to access your digital course material. If you have any questions, please contact the Kapi'olani bookstore or visit our FAQ page at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp? For more information, please contact the program coordinator (dalenaka@hawaii.edu). NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered online.

ITS
382PY
Python for Cyber SecurityPython for Cyber Security TXT0 3 31372 D Stevens Online WWW 08/24-12/18 9 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C"or higher in ITS 222 or consent of the Business, Legal, Technology Education Department Chairperson, program coordinator, or instructor. ITS 382PY may require additional hardware/software supplies up to $100.00 for assignments/projects. ITS 382PY provides a free e-text solution for students. ITS 382PY addresses the need for security practitioners to continuously learn new techniques and create new tools to combat ever changing cyber threats. This class will teach students to use the versatile and efficient programming language Python to build custom offensive tools for use in everyday cyber security penetration testing, forensics analysis, and network scanning. This ITS 382PY class section (CRN 31372) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. For more information, please contact the program coordinator (dalenaka@hawaii.edu).

JPN
101
Elementary Japanese I-SSPElementary Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31482 Y Kataoka Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 JPN 101 (CRN 31482) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that can be used outside of class to communicate and share basic information about oneself and surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 101 class (CRN 31482) is conducted synchronously online MTWR 8:00am-8:50am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (ykataoka@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
101
Elementary Japanese I-SSPElementary Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31483 Y Kataoka Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 JPN 101 (CRN 31483) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that can be used outside of class to communicate and share basic information about oneself and surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 101 (CRN 31483) is conducted synchronously online MTWR 11:00am-11:50am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (ykataoka@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
101
Elementary Japanese I-SSPElementary Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31485 L Kobuke Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 JPN 101 (CRN 31485) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that can be used outside of class to communicate and share basic information about oneself and surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 101 class (CRN 31485) is conducted synchronously online MW 2:00p-3:40p Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (xxxxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
101
Elementary Japanese I-SSPElementary Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31486 Y Kataoka Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 JPN 101 (CRN 31486) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that can be used outside of class to communicate and share basic information about oneself and surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 101 (CRN 31486) is conducted synchronously online TR 12:00p-1:40p Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (ykataoka@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
101
Elementary Japanese I-SSPElementary Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31487 H Iwamoto Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 JPN 101 (CRN 31487) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that can be used outside of class to communicate and share basic information about oneself and surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 101 (CRN 31487) is conducted synchronously online TR 3:00p-4:40P Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (iwamotoh@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
102
Elementary Japanese II-SSPElementary Japanese II-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31489 W Tominaga Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 101 or satisfactory score on KCC language placement test or instructor consent. JPN 102 (CRN 31489) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to continue to build upon Japanese skills acquired in JPN 101 to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for the SSP JPN 201 courses in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build upon interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese learned in JPN 101-SSP. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 102 (CRN 31489) is conducted synchronously online TR 10:00am-11:40am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (wtominag@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
102
Elementary Japanese II-SSPElementary Japanese II-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31490 W Tominaga Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 101 or satisfactory score on KCC language placement test or instructor consent. JPN 102 (CRN 31490) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to continue to build upon Japanese skills acquired in JPN 101 to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for the SSP JPN 201 courses in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build upon interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese learned in JPN 101-SSP. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 102 (CRN 31490) is conducted synchronously online TR 1:00pm-2:40pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (wtominag@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
201
Intermediate Japanese I-SSPIntermediate Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31492 Y Kataoka Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 102, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. JPN 201 (CRN 31492) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on empowering students to use Japanese skills acquired in JPN 102 to begin to sustain communication in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, will have priority seating in the SSP JPN 202 courses in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and engage in projects to further develop interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese learned in JPN 102-SSP. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 201 (CRN 31492) is conducted synchronously online MTWR 9:00am-9:50am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (ykataoka@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
201
Intermediate Japanese I-SSPIntermediate Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31493 L Kobuke Online WWW 08/24-12/18 13 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 102, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. JPN 201 (CRN 31493) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on empowering students to use Japanese skills acquired in JPN 102 to begin to sustain communication in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, will have priority seating in the SSP JPN 202 courses in Spring 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and engage in projects to further develop interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese learned in JPN 102-SSP. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 201 (CRN 31493) is conducted synchronously online TR 12:00pm-1:40pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (lykobuke@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
202
Intermediate Japanese II-SSPIntermediate Japanese II-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 31494 L Kobuke Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 201, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. If you have taken Japanese in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Japanese placement test or seeing a Japanese instructor is recommended. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This section of JPN 202 (CRN 31494) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to continue to build upon Japanese skills acquired in JPN 201 to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build upon interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese learned in JPN 201-SSP. This JPN 202 (CRN 31494) is conducted synchronously online TR 2:00pm-3:40pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (lykobuke@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

JPN
290
Jpns Lang and CultureJpns Lang and Culture C19, DH, TXT0 4 31496 W Tominaga Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 100 with a grade of C or higher or ESL 100 with a grade of C or higher; and Instructor approval and completion of a minimum of 12 credits at Kapiolani CC; and students must be a graduate of a Japan Ministry of Education accredited high school or have an advanced high rating on the ACTFL proficiency scale. Letter grade only. JPN 290 (CRN 31496) may not be audited. JPN 290 (CRN 31496) may not be taken credit/no credit. JPN 290 (CRN 31496) is designed for native speakers, bilingual and advanced level Japanese speaking students. Instructor approval is required. For additional information, please contact the instructor via email (wtominag@hawaii.edu). JPN 290 (CRN 31496) requires Service Learning in Japanese Classes at KCC of 100 minutes per week. This JPN 290 (CRN 31496) is conducted synchronously online MW 2:00pm -3:15am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you will need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (wtominag@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information.

KOR
290
Korean Language and CultureKorean Language and Culture C19, DH, TXT0 4 31189 S Yuen Online WWW 08/24-12/18 16 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Student must be native or bilingual speaker of Korean and English or a grade of B or higher in KOR 202; and consent of instructor. KOR 290 is conducted in both Korean and English. If you have taken Korean in the past, prior to enrolling into College, taking the Korean placement test or seeing a Korean instructor is recommended. If you have taken Korean in the past, prior to enrolling into College, taking the Korean placement test or seeing a Korean instructor is recommended. For additional information, please contact the instructor via email (sooah@hawaii.edu). This KOR (CRN 31189) is conducted synchronously online Fridays 1:30 - 3:00 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (sooah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

LAW
101
S-The Hawai'i Legal SystemS-The Hawai'i Legal System SF, TXT0 3 31326 S Jaworowski Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 101 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 101 class section (CRN 31326) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with your instructor for more information about proctoring processes. This LAW 101 class section (CRN 31326) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability For more information, please contact the program coordinator (susanjaw@hawaii.edu).

LAW
101
S-The Hawai'i Legal SystemS-The Hawai'i Legal System SF, TXT0 3 31327 S Jaworowski Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 101 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 101 class section (CRN 31327) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with your instructor for more information about proctoring processes. This LAW 101 class section (CRN 31327) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability For more information, please contact the program coordinator (susanjaw@hawaii.edu).

LAW
101
S-The Hawai'i Legal SystemS-The Hawai'i Legal System C19, SF, TXT0 3 31328 S Jaworowski Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 101 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 101 class section (CRN 31328) meets on Monday at 5:25pm-6:40pm online via Zoom, a free web-conferencing tool. The instructor will email enrolled students with the schedule during the first week of the semester. The instructor will also email the instructions on how to access Zoom to all enrolled students. This LAW 101 class section (CRN 31328) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability For more information, please contact the program coordinator (susanjaw@hawaii.edu).

LAW
111
LitigationLitigation C19, TXT0 3 31332 K Iwao Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 111 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 111 class section (CRN 31332) is a synchronous online course that meets during the designated times via Zoom, a free web-conferencing tool that can be accessed through computer, tablet, or smart phone. The instructor will email enrolled students before the first week of the semester on how to access Zoom and provide her contact information. Zoom room link information will also be posted on the course Laulima page. Letter grade only. LAW 111 may not be audited. LAW 111 may not be taken credit/no credit. For more information, please contact the instructor (koidek@hawaii.edu).

LAW
202
Legal Interview, Nego & AdvoLegal Interview, Nego & Advo C19, TXT0 3 31338 K Kagihara TU 1730-2000 Kōpiko 126
Kōpiko 127
08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Paralegal program or acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Paralegal program; and a grade of "C"or higher in LAW 111 or a grade of "C" or higher in LAW 136. MAJOR RESTRICTION TO PARALEGAL. Recommended Preparation: none Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 202 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Letter grade only. LAW 202 may not be audited. LAW 202 may not be taken credit/no credit. This LAW 202 class section (31338) is a hybrid course in a classroom on Tuesdays at 5:30pm - 8:00pm with some online synchronous sessions via ZOOM, a free web-conferencing tool. The instructor will email enrolled students before the first week of the semester on how to access Zoom and provide her contact information. Zoom room link information will also be posted on the course Laulima page. For more information, please contact the instructor (kylejtk@hawaii.edu). NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered online.

MATH
78
College Math CompanionCollege Math Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 1 31719 G Amos Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 78. Corequisite(s): MATH 115 ONLINE: This course is an online course. Students will participate in synchronous online sessions at the times listed in the schedule. Exams will be assigned through Laulima and taken online. Contact the instructor for more information: gamos@hawaii.edu. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. Students will need to log in to My UH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. For additional information, please email the instructor at gamos@hawaii.edu. Comment: MATH 78 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 115. MATH 78 grading is credit/no credit only. MATH 78 may not be audited. MATH 78 may not be taken for a letter grade. This MATH 78 class section (CRN 31719) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 115 (CRN 31789). For additional information, contact the instructor via email at gamos@hawaii.edu. Students enrolling in MATH 78 class section (CRN 31719) must also enroll in MATH 115 class section (CRN 31789). Students withdrawing from MATH 78 class section (CRN 31719) must also withdraw from MATH 115 class section (CRN 31789). Students who qualify for MATH 78 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 75X instead because MATH 75X provides more review.

MATH
78
College Math CompanionCollege Math Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 1 31720 J Kong Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 78. Corequisite(s): MATH 100 ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Although not strictly required, students are expected to participate in online Zoom class meetings every Friday from 1:45pm - 2:35pm. Email instructor kongjust@hawaii.edu for more info. Comment: MATH 78 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 100. MATH 78 grading is credit/no credit only. MATH 78 may not be audited. MATH 78 may not be taken for a letter grade. This MATH 78 class section (CRN 31720) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 100 (CRN 31737). For additional information, contact the instructor via email at (kongjust@hawaii.edu). Students enrolling in MATH 78 class section (CRN 31720) must also enroll in MATH 100 class section (CRN 31737). Students withdrawing from MATH 78 class section (CRN 31720) must also withdraw from MATH 100 class section (CRN 31737). Students who qualify for MATH 78 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 75X instead because MATH 75X provides more review.

MATH
78
College Math CompanionCollege Math Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 1 31721 J Kong Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 78. Corequisite(s): MATH 100 ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Although not strictly required, students are expected to participate in online Zoom class meetings every Monday from 9am - 9:50am. Email instructor kongjust@hawaii.edu for more info. Comment: MATH 78 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 100. MATH 78 grading is credit/no credit only. MATH 78 may not be audited. MATH 78 may not be taken for a letter grade. This MATH 78 class section (CRN 31721) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 100 (CRN 31734). For additional information, contact the instructor via email at (kongjust@hawaii.edu). Students enrolling in MATH 78 class section (CRN 31721) must also enroll in MATH 100 class section (CRN 31734). Students withdrawing from MATH 78 class section (CRN 31721) must also withdraw from MATH 100 class section (CRN 31734). Students who qualify for MATH 78 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 75X instead because MATH 75X provides more review.

MATH
82
Algebraic FoundationsAlgebraic Foundations C19, REMD, TXT0 4 31722 S Huang Online WWW 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 75X or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 75X or qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. Comment: Grading is credit/no credit by default (letter grades available upon request). MATH 82 may not be audited. A scientific calculator is required. MATH 82 is designed to prepare students for MATH 103. Students who only need MATH 100, MATH 111 or MATH 115 for their degree or certificate program should meet with an academic advisor before registering for MATH 82. ONLINE: Students are REQUIRED to meet on Zoom during the first week of the semester (Monday and Wednesday 9:15 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.). After that, students are expected to watch instructor-recorded videos online and come to weekly Q and A meetings to ask questions. Email instructor shiuling@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

MATH
82
Algebraic FoundationsAlgebraic Foundations C19, REMD, TXT0 4 31723 S Huang Online WWW 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 75X or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 75X or qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. Comment: Grading is credit/no credit by default (letter grades available upon request). MATH 82 may not be audited. A scientific calculator is required. MATH 82 is designed to prepare students for MATH 103. Students who only need MATH 100, MATH 111 or MATH 115 for their degree or certificate program should meet with an academic advisor before registering for MATH 82. ONLINE: Students are REQUIRED to meet on Zoom during the first week of the semester (Monday and Wednesday 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.). After that, students are expected to watch instructor-recorded videos online and come to weekly Q and A meetings to ask questions. Email instructor shiuling@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, Adobe Flash Reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

MATH
82
Algebraic FoundationsAlgebraic Foundations C19, REMD, TXT0 4 31724 C Inouye Online WWW 08/24-12/18 7 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 75X or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 75X or qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. Comment: Grading is credit/no credit by default (letter grades available upon request). MATH 82 may not be audited. A scientific calculator is required. MATH 82 is designed to prepare students for MATH 103. Students who only need MATH 100, MATH 111 or MATH 115 for their degree or certificate program should meet with an academic advisor before registering for MATH 82. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor craigi@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

MATH
82
Algebraic FoundationsAlgebraic Foundations C19, REMD, TXT0 4 31725 C Inouye Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 75X or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 75X or qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. Comment: Grading is credit/no credit by default (letter grades available upon request). MATH 82 may not be audited. A scientific calculator is required. MATH 82 is designed to prepare students for MATH 103. Students who only need MATH 100, MATH 111 or MATH 115 for their degree or certificate program should meet with an academic advisor before registering for MATH 82. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor craigi@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 2 31726 M Case Online WWW 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 35

No textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103 (CRN 31782) Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 31726) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 31782). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 31726) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 31786). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 31726) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 31786). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet online via video conferencing software during the days and times listed on this schedule. Students are expected to reserve the days and times listed on this schedule to work on this class just as they would if it were face to face. Students must have dependable access to a computer with high speed internet connection, a PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Email the instructor at mindyc8@hawaii.edu for more info.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 2 31727 D Kitsuwa Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 30

No textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103 (CRN 31776) Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 31727) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 31776). For additional information, contact the instructor via email (kitsuwa@hawaii.edu). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 31727) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 31776). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 31727) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 31776). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor kitsuwa@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 2 31729 A Anderson F 1200-1340 ‘Ōlapa 212 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 30

No textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103 (CRN 31785) Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 31729) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 31785). For additional information, contact the instructor via email (austina@hawaii.edu). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 31729) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 31785). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 31729) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 31785). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. HYBRID: This course is a hybrid course. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Students must be available at all times listed in the schedule of classes until a schedule for on-campus attendance has been established. Contact the instructor for more information: austina@hawaii.edu. This course may be converted to a fully online course if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 2 31730 E Yoshimura TU TH 1410-1500 ʻiliahi 207 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 30

No textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103.(CRN 31778) Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 section (CRN 31730) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 section (CRN 31778). For additional information, contact the instructor via email (eyoshimu@hawaii.edu). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 31730) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 31778). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 31730) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 31778). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. HYBRID: This course is a hybrid course. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Students must be available at all times listed in the schedule of classes until a schedule for on-campus attendance has been established. Contact the instructor for more information: eyoshimu@hawaii.edu. This course may be converted to a fully online course if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 2 31731 K Nishimoto TU TH 0745-0835 ‘Ōlapa 213 08/24-12/18 19 Seats of 30

No textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103 (CRN 31766) Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 section (CRN 31731) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 section (CRN 31766). For additional information, contact the instructor via email (koreyn@hawaii.edu). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 31731) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 31766). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 31731) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 31766). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. HYBRID: This course is a hybrid course. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Students must be available at all times listed in the schedule of classes until a schedule for on-campus attendance has been established. Contact the instructor for more information: koreyn@hawaii.edu. This course may be converted to a fully online course if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion C19, REMD, TXT0 2 31732 G Amos Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 30

No textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103 (CRN 31784) Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. ONLINE: This course is an online course. Students will participate in synchronous online sessions at the times listed in the schedule. Exams will be assigned through Laulima and taken online. Contact the instructor for more information: gamos@hawaii.edu. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. Students will need to log in to My UH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. For additional information, please email the instructor at gamos@hawaii.edu. This MATH 88 section (CRN 31732) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 section (CRN 31784). For additional information, contact the instructor via email (gamos@hawaii.edu). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 31732) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 31784). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 31732) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 31784). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review.

OCN
101
Intro to Marine Option ProgramIntro to Marine Option Program TXT0 1 31691 M Manning TH 1645-1745 ʻiliahi 103 08/24-12/18 13 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100. Comment: OCN 101 is a required course for the Marine Option Program. OCN 101 may not be audited. Due to the uncertainty of duration of the COVID - 19 Pandemic, courses may be delivered through alternate/online methods if necessary.

PHIL
100
S-Introduction to PhilosophyS-Introduction to Philosophy C19, DH, SF, TXT0 3 31108 K Chen TU TH 0800-0915 Kaimuk 08/24-12/18 16 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ENG 160 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Any PHIL course numbered 100, 101, 102, or 103 will serve as an introductory course in Philosophy. This PHIL 100 class section (CRN 31108) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This PHIL 100 class section (CRN 31108) is taught at Kaimuki High School and is exclusive to the current students of Kaimuki High School. This PHIL 100 class section (CRN 31108) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kchen@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

PHYL
141
Human Anatomy/Physiology IHuman Anatomy/Physiology I DB, TXT0 3 31859 J Jeong Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. For additional information please email the instructor at joshua30@hawaii.edu.

PHYL
142
Human Anatomy/Physiology IIHuman Anatomy/Physiology II DB, TXT0 3 31865 J Jeong Online WWW 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 35

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): PHYL 141 or ZOOL 141. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142
Human Anatomy/Physiology IIHuman Anatomy/Physiology II DB, TXT0 3 31867 J Jeong Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): PHYL 141 or ZOOL 141. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY, TXT0 1 31696 S Shook Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II C19, DY 1 31852 D Pump Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II C19, DY 1 31853 D Pump Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II C19, DY 1 31854 D Pump Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II C19, DY 1 31855 D Pump Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY 1 31868 M Sumida Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 25

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L. ONLINE: This PHYL 142L class section (CRN 31868) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (mfuku@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY 1 31870 J Jeong Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 25

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L. ONLINE: This PHYL 142L class section (CRN 31870) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (joshua30@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II C19, DY 1 32073 D Pump Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
160
The Science of SleepThe Science of Sleep C19, DB, TXT0 3 31697 S Shook Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. This PHYL 160 class section (CRN 31697) is S-Related (SR), some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related class sections do not fulfill S-Focus requirements for the ASC in Sustainability. For more information please visit: http://kccsustainability.com/Sustainability/S-designation.html

PHYL
160L
Science of Sleep LaboratoryScience of Sleep Laboratory C19, DY, TXT0 1 31698 S Shook Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 160. Comment: Letter grade only. PHYL 160L may not be audited. PHYL 160L may not be taken credit/no credit. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities and assessments. Students will NOT be required to report to a testing center for exams. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

PHYS
151
College Physics ICollege Physics I C19, DP, TXT0 3 31888 R Harrison Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 140. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor hariso8@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

PHYS
151
College Physics ICollege Physics I C19, DP, TXT0 3 31889 J Tyler Online WWW 08/24-12/18 6 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 140. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor jtyler@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

PHYS
151L
College Physics Laboratory ICollege Physics Laboratory I C19, DY, TXT0 1 31890 R Harrison Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 151. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities, complete assignments and take online assessments. Email instructor harriso8@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

PHYS
151L
College Physics Laboratory ICollege Physics Laboratory I C19, DY, TXT0 1 31891 R Harrison Online WWW 08/24-12/18 4 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 151. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities, complete assignments and take online assessments. Email instructor harriso8@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

PHYS
152
College Physics IICollege Physics II C19, DP, TXT0 3 31892 R Milincic Online WWW 08/24-12/18 11 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost:$0. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 151 ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor milincic@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

PHYS
152L
College Physics Laboratory IICollege Physics Laboratory II C19, DY, TXT0 1 31893 R Milincic Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 152. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor milincic@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

PHYS
170
General Physics IGeneral Physics I C19, DP, TXT0 4 31894 A Hanai Online WWW 08/24-12/18 9 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 206 or credit or concurrent enrollment in MATH 242. Recommended Preparation: PHYS 100; and MATH 231 or MATH 243. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor hanaia@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. This PHYS 170 class section (CRN 31894) is S-Related, some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related class sections do not fulfill S-Focus requirements for the ASC in Sustainability. S-Focused class sections can be used for the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. For more information please visit: https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability Students in this PHYS 170 class section (CRN 31894) have the option of joining a Learning Community with MATH 242 (CRN 31803), MATH 243 (CRN 31806), and PHYS 170L (CRN 31895). Due to the order of the scheduled topic presentations for this group of 4 classes, students with previous credit in MATH 242 will not be eligible to be part of this Learning Community. Students enrolling in this PHYS 170 class section may also register for the MATH 242 class section (CRN 31803), the MATH 243 class section (CRN 31806 ), and PHYS 170L class section (CRN 31895).

PHYS
170L
General Physics Lab IGeneral Physics Lab I C19, DY, TXT0 1 31895 A Hanai Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 170. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor hanaia@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. Students in this PHYS 170L section (CRN 31895) have the option of joining a Learning Community with MATH 242 (CRN 31803), MATH 243 (CRN 31806), and PHYS170 (CRN 31894). Students enrolling in this PHYS 170L Laboratory class section (CRN 33383), have the option to also register for the MATH 242 class section (CRN 31803), the MATH 243 class section (CRN 31806), and PHYS 170 class section (CRN 31894).

PHYS
170L
General Physics Lab IGeneral Physics Lab I C19, DY, TXT0 1 31897 R Harrison Online WWW 08/24-12/18 14 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 170. ONLINE: This class is fully online and asynchronous, meaning the class does not have a regularly scheduled meeting time. Students are required to participate in online learning activities, complete assignments and take online assessments.

PHYS
272
General Physics IIGeneral Physics II C19, DP 3 31898 R Milincic Online WWW 08/24-12/18 16 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost:$0. Prerequisite(s): MATH 206 or MATH 242; and PHYS 170 and PHYS 170L. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor milincic@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis. This PHYS 272 class section (CRN 31898) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

PHYS
272
General Physics IIGeneral Physics II DP, TXT0 3 31900 R Milincic Online WWW 08/24-12/18 21 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost:$0. Prerequisite(s): MATH 206 or MATH 242; and PHYS 170 and PHYS 170L. This PHYS 170 class is an online course and meeting on ZOOM on TR from 6:00-07:15 pm. This PHYS 272 class section (CRN 31900) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class section notifications. Email the instructor as needed for additional information. Go to http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7 to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Please contact the instructor via e-mail (milincic@hawaii.edu) if you have any question about this class.

PHYS
272L
General Physics Lab IIGeneral Physics Lab II C19, DY, TXT0 1 31899 R Milincic Online WWW 08/24-12/18 0 Seats of 21

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): PHYS 170 and PHYS 170L and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 272. ONLINE: This class is conducted online. Students are required to meet at the times listed on the schedule via videoconferencing software and participate in additional online learning activities. Email instructor milincic@hawaii.edu for more info. Students must have dependable access to a computer with broadband internet connection, Microsoft Office, Adobe/PDF reader, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a UH email account, and skills to use these effectively. All of the aforementioned programs are available as free downloads. Students will need to log in to MyUH portal, UH email, and Laulima on a regular basis.

PSY
170
WI-Psychology of AdjustmentWI-Psychology of Adjustment C19, DS, TXT0, WI 3 31531 P Gross Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100; and qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. This PSY 170 class section (CRN 31531) is conducted synchronously online Tuesday and Thursday 1:45 -3:00 p.m.Hawaiian Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work . Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (grossphi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This PSY 170 section (CRN 31531) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100, ENG 160, or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. PSY 170 may not be substituted for the PSY 100 prerequisite for 200-level PSY courses.

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel C19, FGC, TXT0 3 31001 E Denton Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 31001) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (ericd@hawaii.edu) for more information.

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel C19, FGC, TXT0 3 31002 E Denton Online WWW 08/24-12/18 5 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 31002) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (ericd@hawaii.edu) for more information.

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel C19, FGC, TXT0 3 31003 E Denton Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 31003) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (ericd@hawaii.edu) for more information.

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel C19, FGC, TXT0 3 31004 E Denton Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 31004) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (ericd@hawaii.edu) for more information.

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel FGC, TXT0 3 31005 A Candens Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 31005) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (candens@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class will not require synchronous activity. No proctored exam(s) are required for this class. Contact the instructor for more information.

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel FGC, TXT0 3 31006 A Candens Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 31006) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (candens@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class will not require synchronous activity. No proctored exam(s) are required for this class. Contact the instructor for more information.

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel FGC, TXT0 3 31007 A Candens Online WWW 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 31007) is conducted online. Please check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (candens@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. This class will not require synchronous activity. No proctored exam(s) are required for this class. Contact the instructor for more information.

REL
151
WI-REL &Meaning of ExistenceWI-REL &Meaning of Existence C19, DH, TXT0, WI 3 31008 E Denton Online WWW 08/24-12/18 10 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This REL 151 class section (31008) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This REL 151 (CRN 31008) is part of the "Inventing Eternity" learning community. Students enrolled in REL 151 (CRN 31008) must also enroll in ENG 270E (CRN 31237). Students who drop REL 151 (CRN 31008) must also drop ENG 270E (CRN 31237) . Students who complete this learning community will receive six writing intensive credits. For additional information please contact Eric Denton (ericd@hawaii.edu, 734-9416) or Mark Lawhorn (lawhorn@hawaii.edu, 734-9249). This REL 151 (CRN 31008) is conducted asynchronously online, does not involve time-specific online meetings, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (ericd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you.

SLT
203B
Content-based InstructionContent-based Instruction C19, TXT0 3 31930 S Ford M 1515-1630 ʻiliahi 106 08/24-12/18 15 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher or concurrent enrollment in ENG 100 or ESL 100; a grade of ?C? or higher or concurrent enrollment in SLT 103, consent of instructor. Students must do field service related to education as a requirement of this course. This SLT 203B class section (CRN 31930) is hybrid with an Internet-arranged component and an in-class component. Students are required to a) meet one time per week on Mondays, face-to-face or online synchronously, and b) complete asynchronous and synchronous Internet learning activities. To be successful in this course, students must 1) have regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer; 2) have access to high-speed Internet; 3) have basic computer skills (opening, saving, renaming files); 4) be familiar with a standard word processor (MS Word, Google Docs); 5) be proficient in navigating the WWW and downloading files); and 6) have a UH email address and know how to attach files to an email message. For additional information please contact the instructor via email (sford@hawaii.edu). NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered completely online with synchronous class meetings on Mondays.

SLT
203B
Content-based InstructionContent-based Instruction TXT0 3 31934 S Ford Online WWW 08/24-12/18 9 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of ?C? or higher or concurrent enrollment in ENG 100, a grade of ?C? or higher or concurrent enrollment in ESL 100; a grade of ?C? or higher or concurrent enrollment in SLT 103, consent of instructor. Students must do Service Learning in the Education pathway as a requirement of this course. This SLT 203B class section (CRN 31934) is conducted online asynchronously with three mandatory synchronous check-ins throughout the semester. Email the instructor (sford@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with the individual instructor for more information about proctoring processes. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This SLT 203B class section (CRN 31934) is reserved for HI Department of Education. Instructor Approval is required for enrollment.

SLT
203B
Content-based InstructionContent-based Instruction TXT0 3 31935 S Ford Online WWW 08/24-12/18 8 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of ?C? or higher or concurrent enrollment in ENG 100, a grade of ?C? or higher or concurrent enrollment in ESL 100; a grade of ?C? or higher or concurrent enrollment in SLT 103, consent of instructor. Students must do Service Learning in the Education pathway as a requirement of this course. This SLT 203B class section (CRN 31985) is conducted online asynchronously with three mandatory synchronous check-ins throughout the semester. Email the instructor (sford@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. One or more proctored exam(s) may be required. Please check with the individual instructor for more information about proctoring processes. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. This SLT 203B class section (CRN 31935) is reserved for HI Department of Education. Instructor Approval is required for enrollment.

SP
151
Personal and Public SpeechPersonal and Public Speech C19, DA, OC, TXT0 3 31097 J Lau Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended preparation: Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ENG 160 or qualification for ESL 100. This SP 151 class section (CRN 31097) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jkim5@hawaii.edu) for more information.

SP
151
Personal and Public SpeechPersonal and Public Speech DA, OC 3 31099 J Lau Online WWW 08/24-12/18 3 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended preparation: Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ENG 160 or qualification for ESL 100. This SP 151 class section (CRN 31099) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jkim5@hawaii.edu) for more information.

SP
151
Personal and Public SpeechPersonal and Public Speech C19, DA, OC, TXT0 3 31882 J Lau Online WWW 08/24-12/18 2 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended preparation: Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ENG 160 or qualification for ESL 100. This SP 151 class section (CRN 31882) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jkim5@hawaii.edu) for more information.

SP
151
Personal and Public SpeechPersonal and Public Speech DA, OC, TXT0 3 32025 J Lau Online WWW 08/24-12/18 1 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended preparation: Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ENG 160 or qualification for ESL 100. This SP 151 class section (CRN 32025) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jkim5@hawaii.edu) for more information.

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Spring 2021

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Course Title Gen. Ed./
Focus
Credits CRN Instructor Days Time Room Dates Seats avail.
AMST
201
WI-American Exp:Inst&MovementsWI-American Exp:Inst&Movements DH, TXT0, WI 3 33474 A McCullough Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This AMST class section (CRN 33474) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ESL 100. This AMST 201 class section (CRN 33474) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (amccullo@hawaii.edu) for more information.

AMST
201
WI-American Exp:Inst&MovementsWI-American Exp:Inst&Movements DH, TXT0, WI 3 33475 A McCullough Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This AMST class section (CRN 33475) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ESL 100. This AMST 201 class section (CRN 33475) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (amccullo@hawaii.edu) for more information.

AMST
201
WI-American Exp:Inst&MovementsWI-American Exp:Inst&Movements DH, TXT0, WI 3 33476 A McCullough Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This AMST class section (CRN 33476) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ESL 100. This AMST 201 class section (CRN 33476) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (amccullo@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
105
Introduction to CeramicsIntroduction to Ceramics DA, TXT0 3 33195 M Chun M W 1045-1315 Koa 100 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Course materials for ART 105 cost approximately $100. This ART 105 class section (CRN 33195) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kaili@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
105
Introduction to CeramicsIntroduction to Ceramics DA, TXT0 3 33197 M Chun M W 0800-1030 Koa 100 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Course materials for ART 105 cost approximately $100. This ART 105 class section (CRN 33197) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kaili@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
112
Intro to Digital ArtsIntro to Digital Arts DA, TXT0 3 33259 J Mahi Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100. Recommended Preparation: ART 115 and basic computer competency skills. This ART 112 class section (CRN 33259) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. This ART 112 class section (CRN 33259) is taught online. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class has asynchronous activities. Contact the instructor (jmahi@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
112
Intro to Digital ArtsIntro to Digital Arts C19, DA, TXT0 3 33260 M Lum Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100. Recommended Preparation: ART 115 and basic computer competency skills. This ART 112 class section (CRN 33260) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. This class includes one or more REQUIRED online synchronous one-on-one/class meeting(s) with the instructor. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Email the instructor (lummelis@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information.

ART
113
Introduction to DrawingIntroduction to Drawing DA, TXT0 3 33201 K Kang M W 0800-1030 Koa 204 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101. Comment: Course materials for ART 113 cost approximately $75. This ART 113 class section (CRN 33201) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kloe@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
113
Introduction to DrawingIntroduction to Drawing DA, TXT0 3 33202 S Niles TU TH 1045-1315 Koa 204 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101. Comment: Course materials for ART 113 cost approximately $75. This ART 113 class section (CRN 33202) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (sniles@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
113
Introduction to DrawingIntroduction to Drawing DA, TXT0 3 33204 C Jennings TU TH 0800-1030 Koa 204 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101. Comment: Course materials for ART 113 cost approximately $75. This ART 113 class section (CRN 33204) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cjenning@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
116
Intro to 3D CompositionIntro to 3D Composition DA, TXT0 3 33207 J Stableford TU TH 1045-1315 Koa 200 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: Formerly ART 106. ART 116 may not be audited. Approximate cost forsupplies for ART 116 is $80.00 This ART 116 class section (CRN 33207) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (jaels@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
123
Introduction to PaintingIntroduction to Painting DA, TXT0 3 33848 C Jennings TU TH 1045-1315 Koa 203 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ART 101 and ART 113. Comment: Course materials for ART 123 will cost approximately $150.

ART
127
Graphic SymbolismGraphic Symbolism DA, TXT0 3 33267 E Moody Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 115; and satisfactory completion of the Graphic Symbolism entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Interface Design program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 127 may not be audited. This ART 127 class section (CRN 33267) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class will meet synchronously on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:45AM - 1:15PM. Contact the instructor (egamoody@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
128
Interface Programming IInterface Programming I DA, TXT0 3 33269 C Gargiulo Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112; and instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in the Interface Design program. Recommended Preparation: Successful completion or concurrent enrollment in ART 229. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 128 may not be audited. This ART 128 class section (CRN 33269) is conducted online. This class includes asynchronous online work with occasional synchronous online class meetings on Tuesdays between 8am-10:30am. The times and dates for synchronous meetings are determined based on students? needs and schedules. Please email the instructor (gargiulo@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. To take an online class, you need regular access to a computer and a reliable Internet connection. This class is not self-paced. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work.

ART
157
Film Analysis and StorytellingFilm Analysis and Storytelling DA, TXT0 3 33270 J Shimabuku Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 126; and satisfactory completion of the Film Analysis and Storytelling entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 157may not be audited. This ART 157 class section (CRN 33270) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (jakes@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
202
Digital ImagingDigital Imaging C19, DA, TXT0 3 33272 M Lum Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112. Comment: Letter grade and Credit/No Credit only. ART 202 may not be audited. This ART 202 class section (CRN 33272) is conducted online. This class includes asynchronous online work with occasional synchronous online meetings. The times and dates for synchronous meetings are determined based on students? needs and schedules. Students are expected to check UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Email the instructor (lummelis@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information.

ART
212
Digital AnimationDigital Animation C19, DA, TXT0 3 33273 J Shimabuku Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 112; and instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in the Animation program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 212 may not be audited. This ART 212 class section (CRN 33273) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (jakes@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
214
Introduction to Life DrawingIntroduction to Life Drawing DA, TXT0 3 33211 K Kang M W 1045-1315 Koa 204 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ART 113 or consent of instructor. Recommended Preparation: ART213. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 214 may not be audited. ART 214 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. Course supplies will cost approximately $75.00. This ART 214 class section (CRN 33211) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (kloe@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
226
3D Computer Graphics II3D Computer Graphics II DA, TXT0 3 33274 J Matsushige Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 126 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 202; and satisfactory completion of the 3D Computer Graphics II entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 226may not be audited. This ART 226 class section (CRN 33274) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (jaredmat@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
247
Lighting and RenderingLighting and Rendering DA, TXT0 3 33276 A Moura Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 126; and approval of the Lighting and Rendering entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate of Science degree in New Media Arts program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 247 may not be audited. This ART 247 class section (CRN 33276) is conducted online. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (amour808@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ART
270
WI-Introduction to Western ArtWI-Introduction to Western Art C19, DH, TXT0 3 33977 S Bremser TU TH 1045-1200 Kalia 202 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This ART 270 class section (CRN 33977) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: ART 101 or HIST 151. This ART 270 class section (CRN 33977) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (sem@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ART
284
Animation Studio Animation Studio C19, DA, TXT0 3 33285 J Matsushige Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 126 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 212; and satisfactory completion of the Animation Studio entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 284 may not be audited. ART 284 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. This ART 284 class section (CRN 33285) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (jaredmat@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
284
Animation StudioAnimation Studio C19, DA, TXT0 3 33288 J Shimabuku Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 126 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 212; and satisfactory completion of the Animation Studio entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 284 may not be audited. ART 284 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. This ART 284 class section (CRN 33288) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (jakes@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
285
Interface Design StudioInterface Design Studio C19, DA, TXT0 3 33291 C Gargiulo Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 128 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 229; and satisfactory completion of the Interface Design Studio entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program. Comment: ART 285 may not be audited. ART 285 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. This ART 285 class section (CRN 33291) is conducted online. This class includes asynchronous online work with occasional synchronous online class meetings on Tuesdays between 10:45am-1:15pm. The times and dates for synchronous meetings are determined based on students? needs and schedules. Please email the instructor (gargiulo@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. To take an online class, you need regular access to a computer and a reliable Internet connection. This class is not self-paced. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work.

ART
285
Interface Design StudioInterface Design Studio C19, DA, TXT0 3 33293 E Moody Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 128 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 229; and satisfactory completion of the Interface Design Studio entrance portfolio review or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts program. Comment: ART 285 may not be audited. ART 285 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. This ART 285 class section (CRN 33293) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class will meet synchronously on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:45PM ? 4:15PM. Contact the instructor (egamoody@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
293
InternshipInternship C19, DA, TXT0 3 33296 C Gargiulo Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Interface Design program. Comment: ART 293 may not be audited. Letter grade and credit/no credit grading only. ART 293 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. This ART 293 class section (CRN 33296) is conducted online. This class offers an online internship opportunity for any students that are unable to secure an internship with a local company or organization. Any student that applies for an off-campus internship with face-to-face meetings must get approval from the instructor. This class includes asynchronous online work with occasional synchronous online class meetings on Mondays between 10am-12pm. The times and dates for synchronous meetings are determined based on students? needs and schedules. Please email the instructor (gargiulo@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. To take an online class, you need regular access to a computer and a reliable Internet connection. This class is not self-paced. This class does not include proctored exams.

ART
294
Practicum in Digital ArtsPracticum in Digital Arts C19, DA, TXT0 3 33300 J Matsushige Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C"or higher in ART 157 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 212 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 226; and instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Animation program. Comment: Letter grade and credit/no credit only. ART 294 may not be audited. ART 294 is repeatable for maximum of six credits. This ART 294 class section (CRN 33300) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (jaredmat@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ART
295
Design PortfolioDesign Portfolio C19, DA, TXT0 3 33304 E Moody Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ART 249 and a grade of "C" or higher in ART 258; and instructor approval or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in New Media Arts with a specialization in Interface Design program. Comment: Letter grade or credit/no credit only. ART 295 may not be audited. This ART 295 class section (CRN 33304) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. This online class will meet synchronously on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6PM ? 8:30PM. Contact the instructor (egamoody@hawaii.edu) for more information.

BIOC
141
Fundamentals of BiochemistryFundamentals of Biochemistry C19, DP, TXT0 3 33707 H Davis Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 82 or a grade of "C" or higher in a higher-level mathematics course or one year of a high school level algebra course. Recommended Preparation: Two years of a high school level algebra course or MATH 103 or a higher-level mathematics course. This BIOC 141 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities: Question & Answer Sessions twice per week. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harryd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This BIOC 141 class section is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

BIOC
141
Fundamentals of BiochemistryFundamentals of Biochemistry DP, TXT0 3 33708 H Davis Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 82 or a grade of "C" or higher in a higher-level mathematics course or one year of a high school level algebra course. Recommended Preparation: Two years of a high school level algebra course or MATH 103 or a higher-level mathematics course. This BIOC 141 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities: Question & Answer Sessions twice per week. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harryd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This BIOC 141 class section is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

BIOC
141
Fundamentals of BiochemistryFundamentals of Biochemistry DP, TXT0 3 33861 H Davis Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 82 or a grade of "C" or higher in a higher-level mathematics course or one year of a high school level algebra course. Recommended Preparation: Two years of a high school level algebra course or MATH 103 or a higher-level mathematics course. This BIOC 141 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities: Question & Answer Sessions twice per week. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harryd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This BIOC 141 class section is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

BIOL
124L
S-Environment and Ecology LabS-Environment and Ecology Lab DY, SF, TXT0 1 33664 W Kuntz TU 1400-1645 Off/c 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 124. Recommended Preparation: Credit in or concurrent enrollment in or qualification for MATH 100. Comment: Letter grade only. BIOL 124L may not be audited. BIOL 124L may not be taken credit/no credit. This BIOL 124L class section fulfills the KCC and UHM natural science requirement (DB). Lab includes field trips and partnership project with local community. This BIOL 124L class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to participate in off campus field trips on some of the days listed on the schedule. On days when physical presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (wkuntz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This BIOL 124L class section (CRN 33799) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This BIOL 124L class section (CRN 33799) fulfills the KCC and UHM natural science requirement (DB). Lab includes field trips and partnership project with local community.

BIOL
130L
Anatomy and Physiology LabAnatomy and Physiology Lab DY, TXT0 1 33725 A Lee TU 1100-1345 Kokiʻo 205 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 130. This BIOL 130L class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students will come to campus to participate in lab activities 4 times throughout the semester, tentatively on 1/26/21, 2/23/21, 4/6/21, and 4/27/21. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (ajlee@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

BIOL
130L
Anatomy and Physiology LabAnatomy and Physiology Lab DY, TXT0 1 33726 M Sumida Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 130. This BIOL 130L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (mfuku@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

BIOL
130L
Anatomy and Physiology LabAnatomy and Physiology Lab DY, TXT0 1 33727 M Sumida Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: Credit or concurrent enrollment in BIOL 130. This BIOL 130L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (mfuku@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

BIOL
265L
RI-Ecol & Evolutionary Bio LabRI-Ecol & Evolutionary Bio Lab DY, TXT0 1 33672 W Kuntz M 1415-1700 Kokiʻo 101 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in BIOL 171L; and a grade of "C" or higher in BIOL 172L or a grade of "C" or higher in BOT 101L; and concurrent enrollment in BIOL 265 or consent of instructor. Comment: Letter grade only. BIOL 265L may not be audited. BIOL 265L may not be taken credit/no credit. This BIOL 265L course (CRN 33672) is a RESEARCH INTENSIVE course, for more information contact the instructor at wkuntz@hawaii.edu. Research Intensive courses are enriched courses that employ the scientific method in a student-centered, inquiry-based research model. These are intensive courses that provide opportunities for students to develop critical and independent thinking through experimentation. Final presentations (such as one or more of the following: research paper, PowerPoint and/or poster presentations in class, at a conference or recorded) will be required of all student participants. This BIOL 265L class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (wkuntz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

BOT
130
S-Plants in Hawn EnvironmentS-Plants in Hawn Environment DB, SF, TXT0 3 33674 M Ross M W 1215-1330 ʻiliahi 103 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0. Recommended Preparation: ENG 100. This BOT 130 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (mikeross@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This BOT 130 class section (CRN 33811) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

BOT
130L
RI-S-Plants in Hawn Env LabRI-S-Plants in Hawn Env Lab DY, SF, TXT0 1 33675 M Ross TU 1415-1700 Kokiʻo 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in BOT 130. This BOT 130L class is a RESEARCH INTENSIVE (RI) class. Research Intensive courses are enriched courses that employ the scientific method in a student-centered, inquiry-based research model. These are intensive courses that provide opportunities for students to develop critical and independent thinking through experimentation. F2F CLASS: This class is conducted on the Kapiolani CC campus at the times listed on the schedule. It is not a distance education class. Students are required to attend class at the times listed. For more information, please contact the instructor: mikeross@hawaii.edu. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This BOT 130L class section is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability.

CHEM
100
Chemistry and SocietyChemistry and Society DP, TXT0 3 33709 H Davis Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or one year of a high school level algebra course. Recommended Preparation: Two years of a high school level algebra course or MATH 103 or a higher-level mathematics course. This CHEM 100 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities: Question & Answer Sessions twice per week. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harryd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

CHEM
100
Chemistry and SocietyChemistry and Society DP, TXT0 3 33710 H Davis Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or one year of a high school level algebra course. Recommended Preparation: Two years of a high school level algebra course or MATH 103 or a higher-level mathematics course. This CHEM 100 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities: Question & Answer Sessions twice per week. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harryd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

CHN
101
Elementary Mandarin IElementary Mandarin I HSL, TXT0 4 33251 C Polley Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 CHN 101 is designed for students who are beginning to study the Chinese language. Students with prior Chinese language experience, including any dialect of Chinese, should take the placement test at the Testing Center in Lama library before registering or contact the instructor. This CHN 101 (CRN 33251) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

CHN
102
Elementary Mandarin IIElementary Mandarin II HSL, TXT0 4 33252 C Polley Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 CHN 101 is designed for students who are beginning to study the Chinese language. Students with prior Chinese language experience, including any dialect of Chinese, should take the placement test at the Testing Center in Lama library before registering or contact the instructor. This CHN 101 (CRN 33252) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.If you have taken Chinese in the past prior to enrolling into College, taking the Chinese placement test or seeing a Chinese instructor is recommended.

CHN
290
Chinese Lang & CultureChinese Lang & Culture DH, HSL, TXT0 4 33256 C Polley Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. Students must be native or bilingual speakers of Chinese and English or advanced level Chinese speaking students. Students with prior Chinese language experience, including any dialect of Chinese, should take the placement test at the Testing Center in Lama library before registering or contact the instructor. This CHN 290 (CRN 33256) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. If you have questions about the course, you can attend OPTIONAL synchronous online class meetings on Thursdays at 3:00 to 4:15 PM. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. To start the process for instructor approval for this course, first fill out the online pre-registration form (http://go.hawaii.edu/Ai7), then email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu). NOTE: Link is case sensitive.) Email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Instructor approval is required. This CHN 290 (CRN 33256) is taught with a service learning component. This CHN 290 (CRN 33256) is S-related, meaning that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. For more information please visit: http://kccsustainability.com/Sustainability/S-designation.html

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 33167 L Bright Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 class section (CRN 33167) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 33167) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (labright@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 33168 L Bright Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 class section (CRN 33168) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 33168) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (labright@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 33169 L Bright Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 (CRN 33169) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 33169) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (labright@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 33170 L Bright Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 (CRN 33170) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 33170) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on Tuesdays at 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (labright@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 33171 L Bright Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 (CRN 33171) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 33171) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Thursdays at 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (labright@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 33249 Z Giano Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 (CRN 33249) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 33249) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (zgiano@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

COM
201
WI-Intro to CommunicationWI-Intro to Communication DS, TXT0, WI 3 33250 Z Giano Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. This COM 201 class section (CRN 33250) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This COM 201 (CRN 33250) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (zgiano@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

CULN
130
Intermediate CookeryIntermediate Cookery TXT0 5 33010 A Tsuchiyama TBA 01/11-03/05 12 Seats of 12

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of instructor. Comment: CULN 130 may be offered as a full semester course or as 8-week modules. Effective Fall 2019 CULN 130 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies.

CULN
130
Intermediate CookeryIntermediate Cookery TXT0 5 33011 A Tsuchiyama TBA 03/08-05/07 11 Seats of 11

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of instructor. Comment: CULN 130 may be offered as a full semester course or as 8-week modules. Effective Fall 2019 CULN 130 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies.

CULN
130
Intermediate CookeryIntermediate Cookery TXT0 5 33012 L Shinsato TBA 03/08-05/05 0 Seats of 0

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of instructor. Comment: CULN 130 may be offered as a full semester course or as 8-week modules. Effective Fall 2019 CULN 130 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This contract training section of CULN 130 CRN 33028 is NOT available for open enrollment. Special Approval: Instructor Approval

CULN
221
Continental CuisineContinental Cuisine TXT0 5 33023 D Lukela TBA 01/11-03/05 12 Seats of 12

Textbook: Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN, 130 or consent of instructor. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 221 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This class will meet in the 220 Grill Kitchen.

CULN
221
Continental CuisineContinental Cuisine 5 33871 D Lukela TBA 03/08-05/07 12 Seats of 12

Textbook: Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN, 130 or consent of instructor. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 221 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This class will meet in the 220 Grill Kitchen.

CULN
222
Asian/Pacific CuisineAsian/Pacific Cuisine TXT0 5 33025 L Lau TBA 01/11-03/05 12 Seats of 12

Textbook: Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 130 or consent of instructor or the Culinary Department Chairperson. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 222 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This class will meet in the 220 Grill Kitchen.

CULN
222
Asian/Pacific CuisineAsian/Pacific Cuisine TXT0 5 33026 L Lau TBA 03/08-05/07 12 Seats of 12

Textbook: Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 130 or consent of instructor or the Culinary Department Chairperson. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 222 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This class will meet in the 220 Grill Kitchen.

CULN
252
PatisseriePatisserie TXT0 5 33020 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-03/05 11 Seats of 11

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "B" or higher in CULN 155 or consent of instructor or the Culinary Department Chairperson. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 252 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Spring 2020 AS-CULN-Pastry Arts degree candidates may request reserved CULN 252 and CULN 253 seats if you; a) will complete all remaining AS Pastry classes in spring 2020, b) have paid the $15 diploma fee, c) have officially declared AS-CULN-Pastry Arts as a STAR major, and d) email Lmaehara@hawaii.edu by 12:00 noon on Friday, November 1, 2019, to request seats in CULN 252 and CULN 253.

CULN
253
ConfiserieConfiserie TXT0 5 33021 To Be Announced TBA 03/08-05/07 11 Seats of 11

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "B" or higher in CULN 155 or consent of instructor or the Culinary Department Chairperson. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 253 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Spring 2020 AS-CULN-Pastry Arts degree candidates may request reserved CULN 252 and CULN 253 seats if you; a) will complete all remaining AS Pastry classes in spring 2020, b) have paid the $15 diploma fee, c) have officially declared AS-CULN-Pastry Arts as a STAR major, and d) email Lmaehara@hawaii.edu by 12:00 noon on Friday, November 1, 2019, to request seats in CULN 252 and CULN 253.

CULN
272L
Hosp. Purchasing & CC LabHosp. Purchasing & CC Lab 1 33031 R Takahashi TBA 01/11-03/05 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 3 hours lab per week Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of instructor or the Culinary Department Chairperson. Corequisite(s): CULN 272. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 272L has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies.

CULN
272L
Hosp. Purchasing & CC LabHosp. Purchasing & CC Lab 1 33032 R Takahashi TBA 03/08-05/07 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 3 hours lab per week Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in CULN 120 or consent of instructor or the Culinary Department Chairperson. Corequisite(s): CULN 272. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 CULN 272L has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies.

CULN
322
Advanced Asian CuisinesAdvanced Asian Cuisines TXT0 3 33033 G Sato TU W 0800-1450 Cip 100 03/08-05/07 9 Seats of 9

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Satisfactory completion of the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts with a specialization in Culinary Arts program or consent of instructor. Comment: Student must purchase Asian specialty knives and tools at an approximate cost of $200. Effective Fall 2019 CULN 322 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies.

CULN
330B
Food Science&Modernist CuisineFood Science&Modernist Cuisine TXT0 3 33034 L Tamamoto TU W 0800-1450 Cip 100 01/11-03/05 9 Seats of 9

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Satisfactory completion of the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts with a specialization in Culinary Arts program or consent of instructor. Comment: CULN 330B is repeatable for a maximum of six credits with consent of instructor. Effective Fall 2019 CULN 330B has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. No class on Jan 21 and 22, instead class on these days: Friday, February 21 8-2:50pm, Monday, February 24 1-8:30pm

DNCE
212
Traditional HulaTraditional Hula C19, DA, TXT0 3 33477 C Hanohano TU TH 0800-0955 Chapel 101 01/11-05/14 25 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: DNCE 212 may be taken for a letter grade and credit/no credit. DNCE 212 may not be audited. This DNCE 212 class section (CRN 33477) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cahanoha@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

DNCE
213
Modern HulaModern Hula DA, TXT0 3 33478 C Hanohano TU TH 1000-1155 Chapel 101 01/11-05/14 25 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Comment: DNCE 213 may be taken for a letter grade and credit/no credit only. DNCE 213 may not be audited. This DNCE 213 class section (CRN 33478) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cahanoha@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

EALL
262
WI-CHNS lit. in Trans 850-PresWI-CHNS lit. in Trans 850-Pres DL, TXT0, WI 3 33297 C Polley Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100 or a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100 or consent of instructor. This EALL 262 (CRN 33297) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This EALL 262 (CRN 33297) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (polley@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ED
276
Technology in EducationTechnology in Education TXT0 3 33106 K Malterre Online WWW 01/11-03/05 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100 and qualification for MATH 82. Comment: This course typically requires field assignments to be conducted at a preK-12 school/classroom setting, however due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be NO in person volunteer experience in a preK-12 classroom. This ED 276 section (CRN 33106) is conducted online. Please check your Hawaii.edu email account regularly for course notifications. Email the instructor (kristies@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high speed internet. Approximately 1 hour of time-specific class activity is required per semester; your instructor will schedule this with you. This class does NOT require proctored exams.

ED
294
ED Seminar & PracticumED Seminar & Practicum TXT0 3 33110 V Ogata Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisites: A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in ED 276 and a grade of "C" or higher in ED 277 and a grade of "C" or higher in ED 283 and a grade of "C" or higher in ED 284 and a grade of "C" or higher in ED 285 and a grade of "C" or higher in ED 289 and a grade of "C" or higher in ED 290. Prerequisites may be waived with the consent of the instructor. Letter grade only. ED 294 may not be audited. ED 294 may not be taken credit/no credit. ED 294 is offered in the Spring semester only. Comment: This course typically requires field assignments to be conducted at a preK-12 school/classroom setting. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there will be NO in-person volunteer experience in a preK-12 classroom. In addition to completing practicum and seminar requirements, students must achieve target levels on their practicum evaluations and suitability ratings. A breach of confidentiality during the practicum experience will result in immediate failure of this class. This ED 294 section (CRN 33110) is conducted completely online. Please check your Hawaii.edu email account regularly for course notifications. Email the instructor (vogata@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information. Take this self-assessment quiz ( http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high speed internet. This class does NOT involve time-specific online meetings. This class does NOT require proctored exams.

EE
160
Programming for EngineersProgramming for Engineers DP, TXT0 4 33290 J Tyler Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Completion of MATH 135 or higher level mathematics course or placement into MATH 140 or higher level mathematics course.

ENG
97
Fundamentals of Read & WriteFundamentals of Read & Write C19, TXT0 3 33966 D Oshiro Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): PCC 20 with a grade of "P", or a CMPR score of 56-100, or an AWP score of 3 or higher, or permission of the instructor. ENG 97 provides practice in building essential college reading, reasoning, and writing skills. Through analytical reading, critical discussion, summarizing of concepts, and incorporating ideas into writing, students will learn the skills necessary to succeed in college and the workplace. This ENG 97 (CRN 33966) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (oshirod@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 33944 M Shin Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 33944) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 33944) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 33945). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33944) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33945). This ENG 98 (CRN 33944) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Mondays from 1045am-1200pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 33947 M Minahal Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 33947) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 33947) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 33948). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33947) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33948). This ENG 98 (CRN 33947) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. This ENG 98 class is conducted synchronously online TR from 1:45-3:00pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST), does not require field work, and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 33951 D Uedoi Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 33951) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 33951) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 33952). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33951) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33952). This ENG 98 (CRN 33951) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on MW 6:00-7:15pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 33954 D Uedoi Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 33954) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 33954) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 33955). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33954) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33955) This ENG 98 (33954 is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on TR 6:00-7:15pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
98
Composition SupplementComposition Supplement C19, TXT0 3 33960 D Oshiro Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 on the KCC placement instrument, or ENG 21 with a grade of "C" or higher, or instructor recommendation. This ENG 98 class section (CRN 33960) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 98 (CRN 33960) must also enroll in ENG 100 (CRN 33961). Students who withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33960) must also withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33961). This ENG 98 (CRN 33960) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (oshirod@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33504 M Tsai Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 wih a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33504) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional Zoom meetings may be scheduled throughout the semester. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (tsaim@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I FW, TXT0 3 33505 M Tsai Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 wih a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33505) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional Zoom meetings may be scheduled throughout the semester. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (tsaim@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33506 R Sunahara Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33506) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33507 S Inouye Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33507) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on MW 7:45am-9:00am Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and includes asynchronous class work. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (inouye@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33508 D Kubota Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 wih a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33508) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on Mondays 11:00am-12:00pm This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Please check appropriate course dimensions at shorturl.at/hTX09 Email the instructor (davink@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33509 D Kubota Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33509) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on Monday 11:00am-12:00pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Please check appropriate course dimensions at shorturl.at/hTX09 Email the instructor (davink@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33510 B Ewan Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of C or higher or qualification for ENG 100 on the KCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33510) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33511 B Ewan Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of C or higher or qualification for ENG 100 on the KCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33511) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33512 B Ewan Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of C or higher or qualification for ENG 100 on the KCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33512) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (beauewan@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I FW, SF, TXT0 3 33513 F Acoba Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 wih a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 CRN (33513) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (facoba@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 33513) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I FW, SF, TXT0 3 33514 F Acoba Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 wih a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33514) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (facoba@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 33514) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33516 C Dela Fuente Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33516) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Synchronous student meetings will occur in Week 8 and 12 of the semester. Email the instructor (delafuen@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33519 C Dela Fuente Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33519) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Synchronous student meetings will occur in Week 8 and 12 of the semester. Email the instructor (delafuen@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33521 J Shimabukuro Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG100 (CRN 33521) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (jamess@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33522 J Shimabukuro Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG100 (CRN 33522) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (jamess@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33523 J Shimabukuro Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG100 (CRN 33523) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (jamess@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I C19, FW, SF, TXT0 3 33524 A Salinas-Nakanishi Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33524) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Mondays at 1:45-3 pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. This ENG 100 (CRN 33524) is Sustainability Focused (SF), which indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability. Email the instructor (salinasn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33531 C Primavera Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG100 (CRN 33531) class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Examples of optional synchronous activities are office hours via Zoom or else small group sessions during mutually agreed upon times. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (primaver@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33533 C Primavera Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33533) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Examples of optional synchronous activities are office hours via Zoom or else small group sessions during mutually agreed upon times. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (primaver@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33536 M Minahal Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of C or higher or qualification for ENG 100 on the KCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33536) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This section requires a synchronous small group meeting with the instructor in the first half of the semester. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
S-Composition IS-Composition I FW, SF, TXT0 3 33942 F Acoba Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 wih a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33942) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (facoba@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This ENG 100 (CRN 33942) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33945 M Shin Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33945) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 33945) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CR 33944). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33945) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33944) This ENG 100 (CRN 33945) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33946 M Shin Online WWW 01/11-05/14 8 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33946) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (m.shin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33948 M Minahal Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 33948) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 33948) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 33947). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33948) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33947) This ENG 100 (CRN 33948) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This section requires a synchronous small group meeting with the instructor in the first half of the semester. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33949 M Minahal Online WWW 01/11-05/14 8 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33949) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This section requires a synchronous small group meeting with the instructor in the first half of the semester. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (mminahal@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33952 D Uedoi Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33952) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 33952) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 33951). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33952) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33951) This ENG 100 (CRN 33952) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. These optional activities will be held using Zoom. Schedule is TBD. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Online tools for this class include Google Doc, Laulima, and Padlet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW 3 33953 D Uedoi Online WWW 01/11-05/14 8 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33953) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. These optional activities will be held using Zoom. Schedule is TBD. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Online tools for this class include Google Doc, Laulima, and Padlet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33955 D Uedoi Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 33955) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 33955) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 33954). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33955) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33954). This ENG 100 (CRN 33955 is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. These optional activities will be held using Zoom. Schedule is TBD. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Online tools for this class include Google Doc, Laulima, and Padlet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I FW 3 33956 D Uedoi Online WWW 01/11-05/14 8 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33956) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. These optional activities will be held using Zoom. Schedule is TBD. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Online tools for this class include Google Doc, Laulima, and Padlet. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. Email the instructor (duedoi@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33961 D Oshiro Online WWW 01/11-05/14 12 Seats of 12

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 class section (CRN 33961) is an accelerated class section designed to help students earn credit for ENG 98 and ENG 100 in one semester. Students enrolling in ENG 100 (CRN 33961) must also enroll in ENG 98 (CRN 33960). Students who withdraw from ENG 100 (CRN 33916) must also withdraw from ENG 98 (CRN 33960) This ENG 100 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (oshirod@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
100
Composition IComposition I C19, FW, TXT0 3 33962 D Oshiro Online WWW 01/11-05/14 8 Seats of 8

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 22 with a grade of "C" or higher, or qualification for ENG 100 on the KapCC placement instrument. This ENG 100 (CRN 33962) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (oshirod@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
200
WI-Composition IIWI-Composition II C19, TXT0, WI 3 33454 R Sunahara Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 200 (CRN 33454) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of C or higher. This ENG 200 (CRN 33454) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
200
WI-Composition IIWI-Composition II C19, TXT0, WI 3 33457 R Sunahara Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in ENG 100, a grade of C or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 200 class section (CRN 33457) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of C or higher. This ENG 200 (CRN 33457) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
200
WI-Composition IIWI-Composition II C19, TXT0, WI 3 33464 R Sunahara Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 200 class section (CRN 33464) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of C or higher. This ENG 200 (CRN 33464) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (rsunahar@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
209
WI-Bus/ManageWritingWI-Bus/ManageWriting C19, TXT0, WI 3 33472 M Lawhorn Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in ENG 100 or a grade of C or higher in ESL 100. Comment: Letter grade only. ENG 209 may not be audited. ENG 209 may not be taken credit/ no credit. This ENG 209 (CRN 33472) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are a grade of C or higher in ENG 100 or ESL 100. This ENG 209 (CRN 33472) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (lawhorn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
209
WI-Business/Managerial WritingWI-Business/Managerial Writing TXT0, WI 3 33967 M Lawhorn Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in ENG 100 or a grade of C or higher in ESL 100. Comment: Letter grade only. ENG 209 may not be audited. ENG 209 may not be taken credit/ no credit. This ENG 209 (CRN 33967) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 209 (33967) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (lawhorn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ENG
270F
WI-World Literature_after 1600WI-World Literature_after 1600 DL, TXT0, WI 3 33972 M Lawhorn Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ENG 100, a grade of "C" or higher in ESL 100, or consent of instructor. This ENG 270F (CRN 33972) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This ENG 270F (CRN 33972) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Weekly online office hours will be scheduled in case students want to meet with the professor to discuss the course. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. This ENG 270F (CRN 33972) is part of the Reinventing Eternity learning community. Students enrolled in ENG 270F (CRN 33972) must also enroll in REL 215 (CRN 33874). Students who drop ENG 270F (CRN 33972) must also drop REL 215 (CRN 33874). Students who complete this learning community will receive six writing intensive credits. Email the instructor (lawhorn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ES
101
WI-H-Intro to Ethnic StudiesWI-H-Intro to Ethnic Studies C19, DS, HAP, TXT0, WI 3 33101 K Nakamura Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 100. This ES 101 class section (CRN 33101) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended preparation: MATH 82. This ES 101 class section (CRN 33101) meets the H-focus requirement. This ES 101 class section (CRN 33101) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This ES 101 class section (CRN 33101) is conducted online. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Date(s) and time(s) for exam(s) will be determined with some flexibility to accommodate student schedules. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (kellinak@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ESL
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33229 E Malm TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESL 100 or a grade of C or higher in ENG 22 or successful completion of ESOL 94 or consent of instructor. Comment: ESL 100 satisfies ENG 100 requirements at Kapi`olani Community College. ESL 100 (CRN 33229) is a Hybrid class with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in the classroom on Tuesday, 10:45 am - 12:00 pm HST, and complete Internet learning activities outside of class time. To take a Hybrid class, you MUST have regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (elaina@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered totally online.

ESL
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33231 Y Kanaoka TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESL 100 or a grade of C or higher in ENG 22 or successful completion of ESOL 94 or consent of instructor. Comment: ESL 100 satisfies ENG 100 requirements at Kapi`olani Community College. ESL 100 (CRN 33231) is a Hybrid class with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in the classroom on Tuesday, 12:15 - 1:30 pm HST, and complete Internet learning activities outside of class time. To take a Hybrid class, you MUST have regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (yoneko@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered totally online.

ESL
100
Composition IComposition I FW, TXT0 3 33384 C Torres Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESL 100 or a grade of C or higher in ENG 22 or successful completion of ESOL 94 or consent of instructor. ESL 100 satisfies ENG 100 requirements at Kapi`olani Community College. This ESL 100 (CRN 33384) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (torresca@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ESOL
50
Intensive ESOL 1Intensive ESOL 1 TXT0 0 33257 G Kellogg TBA 01/11-05/14 14 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT) score 32-60 or equivalent level. Corequisite(s): ESOL 52 and IS 54. ESOL 50 is part of a three-course, one semester, intensive English program designed for international students holding the F1 visa, who are nonnative speakers of English with an admissions test score of TOEFL iBT 32-60 or equivalent level, and who are interested in pursuing a degree program. Students in the Intensive Program in ESOL have been provisionally admitted to the College and must enroll in ESOL 50, ESOL 52, and IS 54 concurrently. ESOL 50 is a 0 credit course. Tuition for the Intensive Program in ESOL, consisting of ESOL 50, ESOL 52, and IS 54 is calculated at full-time (12 credit) enrollment. ESOL 50 (CRN 33257) is reserved for International Students in the Intensive Program in English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students who enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 33257) must also enroll in ESOL 52 (CRN 33262 ) and IS 54 (CRN 33232). This ESOL 50 (CRN 33257) is conducted online. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Date(s) and time(s) for exam(s) will be determined with some flexibility to accommodate student schedules. This class does not require field work. ESOL 50 is one of two courses comprising the IEP Online, an academic bridge program allowing students a pathway to access credit courses at Kapiolani Community College. In this first eight-week course, students will connect with their instructor and classmates for two hours of live, interactive, video-conference lessons, from 2pm to 4pm HST, Monday through Thursday. In addition, students will be required to spend an additional 125 minutes per day working on assignments and attending live office-hour and tutor meetings. Students in the IEP Online will commit to studying, in total, 4.5 to 6 hours per day, 4 days per week. Email the instructor (gkellogg@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ESOL
50
Intensive ESOL 1Intensive ESOL 1 TXT0 0 33258 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-03/05 14 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT) score 32-60 or equivalent level. Corequisite(s): ESOL 52 and IS 54. ESOL 50 is part of a three-course, one semester, intensive English program designed for international students holding the F1 visa, who are nonnative speakers of English with an admissions test score of TOEFL iBT 32-60 or equivalent level, and who are interested in pursuing a degree program. Students in the Intensive Program in ESOL have been provisionally admitted to the College and must enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 33258), ESOL 52 (33263), and IS 54 (33232) concurrently. ESOL 50 is a 0 credit course. Tuition for the Intensive Program in ESOL, consisting of ESOL 50, ESOL 52, and IS 54 is calculated at full-time (12 credit) enrollment. ESOL 50 (CRN 33258) is reserved for International Students in the Intensive Program in English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students who enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 33258) must also enroll in ESOL 52 (CRN 33263) and IS 54 (CRN 33232). This ESOL 50 (CRN 33258) is conducted online. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Date(s) and time(s) for exam(s) will be determined with some flexibility to accommodate student schedules. This class does not require field work. ESOL 50 is one of two courses comprising the IEP Online, an academic bridge program allowing students a pathway to access credit courses at Kapiolani Community College. In this first eight-week course, students will connect with their instructor and classmates for two hours of live, interactive, video-conference lessons, from 2pm to 4pm HST, Monday through Thursday. In addition, students will be required to spend an additional 125 minutes per day working on assignments and attending live office-hour and tutor meetings. Students in the IEP Online will commit to studying, in total, 4.5 to 6 hours per day, 4 days per week. Email the instructor (gkellogg@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ESOL
52
Intensive ESOL 2Intensive ESOL 2 TXT0 0 33262 G Kellogg TBA 01/11-05/14 14 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT) score 32-60 or equivalent level. Co-requisite(s): ESOL 50 and IS 54. ESOL 52 is part of a three-course, one semester, intensive English program designed for international students holding the F1 visa, who are nonnative speakers of English with an admissions test score of TOEFL iBT 32-60 or equivalent level, and who are interested in pursuing a degree program. Students in the Intensive Program in ESOL have been provisionally admitted to the College and must enroll in ESOL 50, ESOL 52, and IS 54 concurrently. ESOL 50 is a 0 credit course. Tuition for the Intensive Program in ESOL, consisting of ESOL 50, ESOL 52, and IS 54 is calculated at full-time (12 credits) enrollment. ESOL 52 (CRN 33262) is reserved for International Students in the Intensive Program in English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students who enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 33257) must also enroll in ESOL 52 (CRN 33262) and IS 54 (CRN 33232). This ESOL 52 (CRN 33262) is conducted online. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place on: This class does not require field work. ESOL 52 is one of two courses comprising the IEP Online, an academic bridge program allowing students a pathway to access credit courses at Kapiolani Community College. In this second eight-week course, students will connect with their instructor and classmates for two hours of live, interactive, video-conference lessons, from 2pm to 4pm HST, Monday through Thursday. In addition, students will be required to spend an additional 125 minutes per day working on assignments and attending live office-hour and tutor meetings. Students in the IEP Online will commit to studying, in total, 4.5 to 6 hours per day, 4 days per week. Email the instructor (gkellogg@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ESOL
52
Intensive ESOL 2Intensive ESOL 2 TXT0 0 33263 To Be Announced TBA 03/08-05/14 14 Seats of 14

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet-based Test (TOEFL iBT) score 32-60 or equivalent level. Co-requisite(s): ESOL 50 and IS 54. ESOL 52 is part of a three-course, one semester, intensive English program designed for international students holding the F1 visa, who are nonnative speakers of English with an admissions test score of TOEFL iBT 32-60 or equivalent level, and who are interested in pursuing a degree program. Students in the Intensive Program in ESOL have been provisionally admitted to the College and must enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 33258), ESOL 52 (CRN 33263), and IS 54 (CRN 33232) concurrently. ESOL 50 is a 0 credit course. Tuition for the Intensive Program in ESOL, consisting of ESOL 50, ESOL 52, and IS 54 is calculated at full-time (12 credit) enrollment. ESOL 52 (CRN 33263) is reserved for International Students in the Intensive Program in English for Speakers of Other Languages. Students who enroll in ESOL 52 (CRN 33263) must also enroll in ESOL 50 (CRN 33258) and IS 54 (CRN 33232). This ESOL 52 (CRN 33263) is conducted online. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place on: This class does not require field work. ESOL 52 is one of two courses comprising the IEP Online, an academic bridge program allowing students a pathway to access credit courses at Kapiolani Community College. In this second eight-week course, students will connect with their instructor and classmates for two hours of live, interactive, video-conference lessons, from 2pm to 4pm HST, Monday through Thursday. In addition, students will be required to spend an additional 125 minutes per day working on assignments and attending live office-hour and tutor meetings. Students in the IEP Online will commit to studying, in total, 4.5 to 6 hours per day, 4 days per week. Email the instructor (gkellogg@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ESOL
92S
High Intermediate ESOL (Spr)High Intermediate ESOL (Spr) TXT0 7 33271 Y Kanaoka TBA 01/11-05/14 22 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESOL 92 or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 90F or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 90S or a grade of CR in ESOL 92F or a grade of CR in ESOL 92S or consent of instructor. Comment: ESOL 92S is offered in the spring semester only. ESOL 92S is repeatable for credit with no maximum limit. ESOL 92S may not be audited. Special grading options are NC (earns no credit for the course and must enroll in another semester of ESOL 92F/92S), CR (earns credit for the course but must enroll in another semester of ESOL 92F/92S), and CR+ (earns credit for the course and is eligible for ESOL 94F/94S). ESOL 92F (CRN 33271) is a Hybrid class with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in the classroom on Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:30 - 11:35 am, and complete Internet learning activities outside of class time. To take a Hybrid class, you MUST have regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (yoneko@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered totally online.

ESOL
94S
Advanced ESOL (Spring)Advanced ESOL (Spring) TXT0 7 33279 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-05/14 22 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESOL 94 or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 92F or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 92S or a grade of CR in ESOL 94F or a grade of CR in ESOL 94S or a TOEFL score over 500 or consent of instructor. Comment: ESOL 94S is repeatable for credit with no maximum credit limit. ESOL 94S may not be audited. ESOL 94S may not be taken for a letter grade. Special grading options are NC (earns no credit for the course and must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), CR (earns credit for the course but must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), and CR+ (earns credit for the course and is eligible for ESL/ENG 100 or ENG 160. ESOL 94S (CRN 33279) is a Hybrid class with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in the classroom on Tuesday and Thursday, 7:30 - 9:35 am, and complete Internet learning activities outside of class. To take a Hybrid class, you MUST have regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the ESOL Program Coordinator (silvaa@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered totally online.

ESOL
94S
Advanced ESOL (Spring)Advanced ESOL (Spring) TXT0 7 33281 N Otero TBA 01/11-05/14 21 Seats of 21

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESOL 94 or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 92F or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 92S or a grade of CR in ESOL 94F or a grade of CR in ESOL 94S or a TOEFL score over 500 or consent of instructor. Comment: ESOL 94S is repeatable for credit with no maximum credit limit. ESOL 94S may not be audited. ESOL 94S may not be taken for a letter grade. Special grading options are NC (earns no credit for the course and must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), CR (earns credit for the course but must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), and CR+ (earns credit for the course and is eligible for ESL/ENG 100 or ENG 160. ESOL 94S (CRN 33281) is a Hybrid class with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in the classroom on Tuesday and Thursday, 9:45 - 11:50 am, and complete Internet learning activities outside of class. To take a Hybrid class, you MUST have regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (notero2@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered totally online.

ESOL
94S
Advanced ESOL (Spring)Advanced ESOL (Spring) TXT0 7 33283 N Otero Online WWW 01/11-05/14 22 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESOL 94 or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 92F or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 92S or a grade of CR in ESOL 94F or a grade of CR in ESOL 94S or a TOEFL score over 500 or consent of instructor. Comment: ESOL 94S is repeatable for credit with no maximum credit limit. ESOL 94S may not be audited. ESOL 94S may not be taken for a letter grade. Special grading options are NC (earns no credit for the course and must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), CR (earns credit for the course but must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), and CR+ (earns credit for the course and is eligible for ESL/ENG 100 or ENG 160. This ESOL 94S (CRN 33283) is conducted online. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:00 - 3:05 pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. This ESOL 94S class section (CRN 33283) is conducted online and requires four hours and ten minutes of synchronous activity per week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1:00 pm to 3:05 pm Hawaii Standard Time (HST). Other class work will be completed asynchronously. Email the instructor (notero2@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

ESOL
94S
Advanced ESOL (Spring)Advanced ESOL (Spring) TXT0 7 33284 E Malm TBA 01/11-05/14 22 Seats of 22

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ESOL 94 or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 92F or a grade of CR+ in ESOL 92S or a grade of CR in ESOL 94F or a grade of CR in ESOL 94S or a TOEFL score over 500 or consent of instructor. Comment: ESOL 94S is repeatable for credit with no maximum credit limit. ESOL 94S may not be audited. ESOL 94S may not be taken for a letter grade. Special grading options are NC (earns no credit for the course and must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), CR (earns credit for the course but must enroll in another semester of ESOL 94F/ESOL 94S), and CR+ (earns credit for the course and is eligible for ESL/ENG 100 or ENG 160. ESOL 94S (CRN 33284) is a Hybrid class with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in the classroom on Monday and Wednesday, 2:00 - 4:05 pm, and complete Internet learning activities outside of class. To take a Hybrid class, you MUST have regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (elaina@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered totally online.

FSHE
185
The Science of Human NutritionThe Science of Human Nutrition DB, TXT0 3 33036 G Itomitsu TBA 01/11-05/14 27 Seats of 27

Textbook cost. $0 *Need an open section of FSHE 185? Scroll down to CRN # 33039, for the Tuesday & Thursday 10:00 a.m. section of FSHE 185. CRN 33038 is a HYBRID class section of FSHE 185 with mandatory weekly in-class meeting (1 hr 20 minutes) along with online/self study component. Simultaneous log-in is not required for online portion of this class. To be successful in this class students must: 1) Be proficient in computer competency skills (i.e. file upload and download, email, Laulima, BlackBoard Collaborate, online testing) 2) Have reliable computer with reliable high speed internet connection 3) Access to MS Word and Excel programs

GEOG
101
The Natural EnvironmentThe Natural Environment C19, DP, TXT0 3 33112 R Mudd Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100 and qualification for MATH 82. This GEOG 101 (CRN 33112) class section is conducted online. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exams may be required. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (rmudd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

GEOG
101L
The Natural Environment LabThe Natural Environment Lab DY, TXT0 1 33114 L Kaiser Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): GEOG 101 credit or concurrent enrollment and qualification for ENG 100 and qualification for MATH 82. This GEOG 101L (CRN 33114) class section is conducted online. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exams may be required. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (lkaiser7@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

GEOG
101L
The Natural Environment LabThe Natural Environment Lab DY, TXT0 1 33115 L Kaiser Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): GEOG 101 credit or concurrent enrollment and qualification for ENG 100 and qualification for MATH 82 This GEOG 101L (CRN 33115) class section is conducted online. This class may include asynchronous online work and may require one or more synchronous online class sessions and/or meetings. One or more proctored exams may be required. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. This class may require one or more hours of fieldwork per semester. Email the instructor (lkaiser7@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Take this self-assessment quiz (http://go.hawaii.edu/fP7) to help you decide if an online class is right for you. To take an online class, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet.

GG
101L
Intro to Physical Geology LabIntro to Physical Geology Lab DY, TXT0 1 33693 N Gazdar Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in GG 103. This GG 101L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (nasir@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

GG
101L
Intro to Physical Geology LabIntro to Physical Geology Lab DY, TXT0 1 33694 N Gazdar Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in GG 103. This GG 101L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (nasir@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

GG
103
Geology of Hawaiian IslandsGeology of Hawaiian Islands DP, TXT0 3 33695 N Gazdar Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: Qualification for ENG 100. This GG 103 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (nasir@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

GG
103
Geology of Hawaiian IslandsGeology of Hawaiian Islands DP, TXT0 3 33696 N Gazdar Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook cost $0 Recommended Preparation: Qualification for ENG 100. This GG 103 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (nasir@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 33235 E Wight M W 0800-0940 Mānele 101
Mānele 102
01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. Email the instructor (wight@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered totally online.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33236 P Kido Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 101 (CRN 33236) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams and does not require field work. Email the instructor (pharrah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33237 A Dochin Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 101 (CRN 33237) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams and does not require field work. Email the instructor (adochin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This HAW 101 (CRN 33237) is reserved for the HIDOE Hawaiian Language Learning Opportunity project. Registration is approved by and registered by an Academic Advisor. For additional information please contact Shannon Sakaue, Program Counselor, P?hihi Program for Returning Adults via email (sks78@hawaii.edu).

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33238 P Kido Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 101 (CRN 33238) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams and does not require field work. Email the instructor (pharrah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 33239 C Tabor Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 101 (CRN 33239) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (ctabor@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
101
Elementary Hawaiian IElementary Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 33853 C Tabor Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 101 (CRN 33853) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (ctabor@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
102
Elementary Hawaiian IIElementary Hawaiian II HSL, TXT0 4 33240 E Wight TU TH 1000-1140 Mānele 102
Mānele 101
01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s) A grade of C or higher in HAW 101, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. Email the instructor (wight@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. NOTE: Due to the uncertain duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, this course may be delivered totally online.

HAW
102
Elementary Hawaiian IIElementary Hawaiian II C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33241 P Kido Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s) A grade of C or higher in HAW 101, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 102 (CRN 33241) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams and does not require field work. Email the instructor (pharrah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
102
Elementary Hawaiian IIElementary Hawaiian II C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33246 A Dochin Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s) A grade of C or higher in HAW 101, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 102 (33248) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work and does not require proctored exams. Email the instructor (adochin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This HAW 102 (CRN 33246) is reserved for the HIDOE Hawaiian Language Learning Opportunity project. Registration is approved by and registered by an Academic Advisor. For additional information please contact Shannon Sakaue, Program Counselor, P?hihi Program for Returning Adults via email (sks78@hawaii.edu).

HAW
102
Elementary Hawaiian IIElementary Hawaiian II HSL, TXT0 4 33926 T Koide Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 102, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 102 (CRN 33926) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Kumu will share optional online synchronous activities through Laulima Announcements during the class. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (tiwalani@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
201
Intermediate Hawaiian IIntermediate Hawaiian I C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33245 A Dochin Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 102, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 201 (CRN 33245) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams and does not require field work. Email the instructor (adochin@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
201
Intermediate Hawaiian IIntermediate Hawaiian I HSL, TXT0 4 33927 C Tabor Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 102, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 201 (CRN 33927) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students may need to meet with group members on occasion at a time convenient for the students. Email the instructor (ctabor@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This HAW 101 (CRN 33927) is reserved for the HIDOE Hawaiian Language Learning Opportunity project. Registration is approved by and registered by an Academic Advisor. For additional information please contact Shannon Sakaue, Program Counselor, P?hihi Program for Returning Adults via email (sks78@hawaii.edu).

HAW
202
Intermediate Hawaiian IIIntermediate Hawaiian II HSL, TXT0 4 33247 T Koide Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 201, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 202 (CRN 33247) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Kumu will share optional online synchronous activities through Laulima Announcements during the class. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (tiwalani@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HAW
202
Intermediate Hawaiian IIIntermediate Hawaiian II HSL, TXT0 4 33981 T Koide Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in HAW 201, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent.Students with prior Hawaiian language experience, should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This HAW 202 (CRN 33981) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Kumu will share optional online synchronous activities through Laulima Announcements during the class. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (tiwalani@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HOST
168
Tour Operations ManagementTour Operations Management C19, TXT0 3 33058 F Yagodich M 0900-1130 ‘Ōlapa 113 01/11-05/14 28 Seats of 28

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 168 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, HOST 168, class section (CRN 33058) will be conducted in a Hybrid format which requires some in-classroom face to face meetings and an online component. Students will meet at the regularly scheduled times for the course, connecting remotely via Zoom. A synchronous format will allow students to simultaneously participate with the instructor and classmates in content delivery, projects and group assignments. You will also be using Laulima on a regular basis. You will need to check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for course notifications. Email the instructor at fyagodic@hawaii.edu as needed for additional information. To take a Remote Synchronous Online course, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. If approved by the Federal Government, this course would meet the VA face-to-face requirement due to COVID-19.

HOST
168
Tour Operations ManagementTour Operations Management C19, TXT0 3 33059 F Yagodich F 0900-1130 Mānele 102 01/11-05/14 28 Seats of 28

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 168 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, HOST 168, class section (CRN 33059) will be conducted in a Hybrid format which requires some in-classroom face to face meetings and an online component. Students will meet at the regularly scheduled times for the course, connecting remotely via Zoom. A synchronous format will allow students to simultaneously participate with the instructor and classmates in content delivery, projects and group assignments. You will also be using Laulima on a regular basis. You will need to check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for course notifications. Email the instructor at fyagodic@hawaii.edu as needed for additional information. To take a Remote Synchronous Online course, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. If approved by the Federal Government, this course would meet the VA face-to-face requirement due to COVID-19.

HOST
171
Airline Reservations & PricingAirline Reservations & Pricing TXT0 4 33069 R Fernandez TU TH 0830-1035 ‘Ōlapa 113 01/11-05/14 13 Seats of 13

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 171 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Due to COVID-19 situations, some face to face class time may be conducted synchronously on Zoom. Please keep close attention to announcements from your instructor.

HOST
171
Airline Reservations & PricingAirline Reservations & Pricing TXT0 4 33070 R Fernandez TU TH 1130-1335 ‘Ōlapa 113 01/11-05/14 13 Seats of 13

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 171 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Due to COVID-19 situations, some face to face class time may be conducted synchronously on Zoom. Please keep close attention to announcements from your instructor.

HOST
171
Airline Reservations & PricingAirline Reservations & Pricing 4 33917 R Fernandez TU TH 1430-1635 ‘Ōlapa 113 01/11-05/14 13 Seats of 13

Textbook Cost: $0. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 171 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Due to COVID-19 situations, some face to face class time may be conducted synchronously on Zoom. Please keep close attention to announcements from your instructor.

HOST
261
Events ManagementEvents Management C19 3 33064 K Sellers Online WWW 01/11-05/14 28 Seats of 28

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HOST 101. Recommended Preparation: Qualification for ENG 100 or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 261 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This HOST 261 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (kawehils@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. If approved by the Federal Government, this course would meet the VA face-to-face requirement due to COVID-19.

HOST
293
HOST InternshipHOST Internship C19, TXT0 3 33052 K Donnelly M 1015-1205 ‘Ōlapa 115 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HOST 100 or a grade of "C" or higher in CULN 111; and acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism program or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts program; and consent of the Department. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 293 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, HOST 293, class section (CRN 33052) will be conducted in a Hybrid format which requires some in-classroom face to face meetings and an online component. Students will meet at the regularly scheduled times for the course, connecting remotely via Zoom. A synchronous format will allow students to simultaneously participate with the instructor and classmates in content delivery, projects and group assignments. You will also be using Laulima on a regular basis. You will need to check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for course notifications. Email the instructor at kevind@hawaii.edu as needed for additional information. To take a Remote Synchronous Online course, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. If approved by the Federal Government, this course would meet the VA face-to-face requirement due to COVID-19. Special Approval: Academic Advisor Approval.

HOST
293
HOST InternshipHOST Internship C19, TXT0 3 33053 K Donnelly TBA 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HOST 100 or a grade of "C" or higher in CULN 111; and acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism program or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts program; and consent of the Department. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 293 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. Due to the COVID 19 Pandemic, HOST 293, class section (CRN 33053) will be conducted in a Hybrid format which requires some in-classroom face to face meetings and an online component. Students will meet at the regularly scheduled times for the course, connecting remotely via Zoom. A synchronous format will allow students to simultaneously participate with the instructor and classmates in content delivery, projects and group assignments. You will also be using Laulima on a regular basis. You will need to check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for course notifications. Email the instructor at kevind@hawaii.edu as needed for additional information. To take a Remote Synchronous Online course, you need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. If approved by the Federal Government, this course would meet the VA face-to-face requirement due to COVID-19. Special Approval: Academic Advisor Approval.

HOST
293
HOST InternshipHOST Internship TXT0 3 33054 K Donnelly Online WWW 01/11-05/14 15 Seats of 15

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HOST 100 or a grade of "C" or higher in CULN 111; and acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Hospitality and Tourism program or acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Culinary Arts program; and consent of the Department. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 HOST 293 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This HOST 293 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class requires approximately"&" 225 hour(s) of field work. Students participate in an internship which matches their major. Email the instructor (kevind@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take "&"an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Special Approval: Academic Advisor Approval.

HWST
100
Intro to Hawaiian CultureIntro to Hawaiian Culture C19, DH, TXT0 3 33351 F Yagodich Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: HAW 101. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 33351) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. This online class meets synchronously on Mondays at 3:15PM ? 6PM. Contact the instructor (fyagodic@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
100
Intro to Hawaiian CultureIntro to Hawaiian Culture C19, DH, TXT0 3 33355 F Yagodich Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: HAW 101. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 33355) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. This online class meets synchronously on Wednesdays at 3:15PM - 6PM. Contact the instructor (fyagodic@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
100
Intro to Hawaiian CultureIntro to Hawaiian Culture C19, DH, TXT0 3 33357 F Yagodich Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: HAW 101. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 33357) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. This online class meets synchronously on Fridays at 12:15PM ? 3PM. Contact the instructor (fyagodic@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
100
Intro to Hawaiian CultureIntro to Hawaiian Culture DH, TXT0 3 33359 J Moniz Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: HAW 101. This HWST 100 class section (CRN 33359) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students are highly encouraged to email the instructor for any questions and/or concerns. A Zoom meeting can be arranged if it is by request of the student. Email the instructor (jkmoniz2@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33361 K Cruz Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33361) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33361) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (helecruz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33426) has a no show policy. Registration on or after the first day of class requires an add/drop form with instructor's approval. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DISENROLLED.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33365 F Kelly Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33365) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33365) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33367 D Preza Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33367) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33367) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (preza@hawaii.edu) for more information. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33432) has a no show policy. Registration on or after the first day of class requires an add/drop form with instructor's approval. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND THE FIRST WEEK OF CLASSES WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY DISENROLLED.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33369 K Cruz Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33432) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST class section (CRN 33369) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (helecruz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33373 F Kelly Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33373) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33373) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33374 D Preza Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33377) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33377) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (helecruz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33377 K Cruz Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33377) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33377) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (helecruz@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33378 F Kelly Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33378) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33378) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33379 D Preza Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33379) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33379) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (preza@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33380 F Kelly Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33380) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33380) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP 3 33925 D Preza Online WWW 03/29-04/30 25 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33925) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33925) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (preza@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
107
H-Hawai`i:Center ofthe PacificH-Hawai`i:Center ofthe Pacific C19, DH, HAP, TXT0 3 33983 F Kelly Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Recommended Preparation: ENG 100 or ENG 160 or ESL 100. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33983) meets the H-focus requirement. This HWST 107 class section (CRN 33983) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (kelly01@hawaii.edu) for more information.

HWST
257
M?hele: Hawaiian Land TenureM?hele: Hawaiian Land Tenure C19, DH, TXT0 3 33984 D Preza Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in HWST 107. Comment: Transportation may be required for off campus visits to the Hawaii State Archives, Bureau of Conveyance, Hawaii State Survey Office, Honolulu Tax Map Office, and other governmental and public archives. This HWST 257 class section (CRN 33984) is taught online through weekly learning activities and course work. It is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the internet. Contact the instructor (preza@hawaii.edu) for more information.

ICS
111
Intro to Computer Science IIntro to Computer Science I TXT0 3 33302 L Miller TU TH 1045-1200 Māmane 102 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 135 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or consent of instructor. Recommended Preparation: ICS 101 or an equivalent course. This ICS 111 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (ljmiller@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICS
141
Discrete Math for CS IDiscrete Math for CS I FQ, FS, TXT0 3 33306 L Miller TU TH 0915-1030 Māmane 102 01/11-05/14 25 Seats of 25

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 135 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course or consent of instructor. Recommended Preparation: ICS 101 or an equivalent course; and ICS 111. Comment: ICS 141 provides the general mathematical foundation for the appreciation and understanding of computer science concepts. It is intended for Computer Science majors and others interested in learning about the mathematics for Computer Science. This ICS 141 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (ljmiller@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICS
211
Intro to Computer Science IIIntro to Computer Science II TXT0 3 33308 L Miller M W 1430-1545 Māmane 102 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "B" or higher in ICS 111 or consent of the instructor. For class information or other inquiries please contact the instructor via email (ljmiller@hawaii.edu). This ICS 211 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (ljmiller@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

ICS
212
Program StructureProgram Structure TXT0 3 33311 L Miller TU TH 1345-1500 Māmane 102 01/11-05/14 25 Seats of 25

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "B" or higher in ICS 211 or consent of instructor. Comment: Course software license for ICS 212 will cost $10. This ICS 212 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (ljmiller@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

IS
161
WI,S-Intro to Creative ThinkWI,S-Intro to Creative Think DA, SF, TXT0, WI 3 33479 C Jennings TU TH 1345-1500 Kalia 203 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This IS 161 class section (CRN 33479) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. This IS 161 class section (CRN 33479) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This IS 161 class section (CRN 33479) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet as determined by the instructor and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (cjenning@hawaii.edu) for more information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

ITS
387P
Prog. Database Driven WebsitesProg. Database Driven Websites TXT0 3 33793 R Halverson Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 ITS388CPR ITS388C Prerequisites Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ITS 227 and ITS 129 or Consent of instructor or Consent of Program Coordinator or Consent of Business, Legal & Technology Education Department Chairperson. The purpose of ITS 387P is to maintain currency with rapidly changing website technologies throughout the world, with an emphasis in Hawai'i's business industry. Websites have become the standard medium for exchanging data between users and organizations, as well as between users. Websites interface user client-side browsers to organizational databases. ITS387P is a project-based course where students can expand upon their knowledge using the most common client side programming languages as well as the most common server side scripting language and database technology in use by organizations today. Projects will include writing client side programs in HTML, JavaScript, jQuery and Angular JS, as well as server side programs written in PHP interfacing to SQL databases. Students also learn how to configure WordPress websites interfacing server side SQL databases. The course provides credit for 1 of 6 classes resulting in the Advanced Professional Certificate (APC) which trasfers to UH Maui College for the Applied Business in Information Techology (ABIT) Bachelors degree. The APC also transfers to UH West O'ahu for the Bachelors of Applied Science (BAS) in Information Technology or BAS in Information Security & Assurance (ISA). This ITS 387P class section is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

JPN
101
Elementary Japanese I-SSPElementary Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33527 W Tominaga Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 JPN 101 (CRN 33527) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Fall 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that can be used outside of class to communicate and share basic information about oneself and surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 101 (CRN 33527) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on MW 10:00am-11:40am. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. To take an online class, you will need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (wtominag@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

JPN
101
Elementary Japanese I-SSPElementary Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33529 W Tominaga Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 JPN 101 (CRN 33529) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Fall 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that can be used outside of class to communicate and share basic information about oneself and surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 101 (CRN 33529) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on MW 1:00pm-2:40pm. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. To take an online class, you will need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (wtominag@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

JPN
101
Elementary Japanese I-SSPElementary Japanese I-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33839 L Kobuke Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost $0 Students with prior Japanese language experience should take the placement test at the Lama Testing Center (http://www2.hawaii.edu/~kcctest/) before registering or contact the instructor. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPNS 101 (CRN 33839) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Fall 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that you can use outside of class to communicate and share basic information about yourself and your surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This JPN 101 (CRN 33839) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Email the instructor (lykobuke@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

JPN
102
Elementary Japanese II-SSPElementary Japanese II-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33534 Y Kataoka Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 101, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This section of JPN 102 (CRN 33534) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to continue to build upon Japanese skills acquired in JPN 101 to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 201 in Fall 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and task/projects to build upon interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese learned in JPN 101-SSP. This JPN 102 (33534) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on MTWR 8:00-8:50am. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. This class includes asynchronous class work. Email the instructor (ykataoka@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

JPN
102
Elementary Japanese II-SSPElementary Japanese II-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33535 Y Kataoka Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 101, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This section of JPN 102 (CRN 33535) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to continue to build upon Japanese skills acquired in JPN 101 to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 201 in Fall 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and task/projects to build upon interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese learned in JPN 101-SSP. This JPN 102 (33535) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on TR 12:00-1:40pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. This class includes asynchronous class work. Email the instructor (ykataoka@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

JPN
102
Elementary Japanese II-SSPElementary Japanese II-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33840 L Kobuke Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 101, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This section of JPN 101 (CRN 33840) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to use basic Japanese to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. Students who enroll in this course and successfully pass the course, should register for SSP JPN 102 in Fall 2021. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese that you can use outside of class to communicate and share basic information about yourself and your surroundings (where you come from) in Japanese. This JPN 102 (CRN 33840) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on MW 2:00-3:40pm. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Email the instructor (lykobuke@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

JPN
202
Intermediate Japanese II-SSPIntermediate Japanese II-SSP C19, HSL, TXT0 4 33543 Y Kataoka Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of C or higher in JPN 201, or satisfactory score on language placement test, or instructor consent. This course is designed for non-native speakers of Japanese. Native speakers of Japanese are not eligible to enroll. This JPN 202 (CRN 33543) is a Student Success Pathways course with a focus on engaging students to continue to build upon Japanese skills acquired in JPN 201 to communicate in a culturally appropriate manner in their daily lives, at school, at work, and in the community. In this section, students will use authentic materials and tasks/projects to build upon interpersonal, interpretive, and presentational skills in Japanese learned in JPN 201-SSP. This JPN 202 (CRN 33543) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. This class includes asynchronous class work. Email the instructor (ykataoka@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

JPN
290
Jpns Lang and Culture - CrossJpns Lang and Culture - Cross C19, DH, TXT0 4 33544 W Tominaga Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): ENG 100 with a grade of C or higher or ESL 100 with a grade of C or higher; and Instructor approval and completion of a minimum of 12 credits at Kapiolani CC; and students must be a graduate of a Japan Ministry of Education accredited high school or have an advanced high rating on the ACTFL proficiency scale. JPN 290 (CRN 33544) is designed for native speakers, bilingual and advanced level Japanese speaking students. JPN 290 (CRN 33544) may not be audited. JPN 290 (CRN 33544) may not be taken credit/no credit. JPN 290 (CRN 33544) may be taken for letter grade only. This JPN 290 (CRN 33544) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on TR 3:00pm-4:15pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class requires approximately 20 hour(s) of field work. JPN 290 (CRN 33544) requires Service Learning in online synchronous Japanese Classes at KCC of 100 minutes per week via Zoom. To take an online class, you will need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor (wtominaga@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

KOR
290
Korean Language and CultureKorean Language and Culture DH, TXT0 4 33219 S Yuen Online WWW 01/11-05/14 24 Seats of 24

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Student must be native or bilingual speaker of Korean and English; and consent of instructor. KOR 290 is conducted in both Korean and English. If you have taken Korean in the past, prior to enrolling into College, taking the Korean placement test or seeing a Korean instructor is recommended. If you have taken Korean in the past, prior to enrolling into College, taking the Korean placement test or seeing a Korean instructor is recommended. This KOR 290 (CRN 33219) is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (sooah@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Letter grade only. KOR 290 (CRN 33219) may not be repeated. KOR 290 (CRN 33219) may not be taken credit/non-credit. KOR 290 (CRN 33219) may not be audited.

LAW
101
The Hawai'i Legal SystemThe Hawai'i Legal System C19, DS, TXT0 3 33555 S Jaworowski Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 101 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 101 class section is conducted online. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: M 1:45 - 3 pm. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (susanjaw@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This LAW 101 class section is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

LAW
101
The Hawai'i Legal SystemThe Hawai'i Legal System DS, TXT0 3 33556 S Jaworowski Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 101 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 101 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (susanjaw@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This LAW 101 class section is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

LAW
111
LitigationLitigation TXT0 3 33559 K Iwao Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 111 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 111 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (koidek@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Letter grade only. LAW 111 may not be audited. LAW 111 may not be taken credit/no credit.

LAW
166
Employment LawEmployment Law TXT0 3 33563 K Iwao Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 166 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 166 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (koidek@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

LAW
202
Legal Interview, Nego & AdvoLegal Interview, Nego & Advo C19, TXT0 3 33564 K Kagihara Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): None Prerequisite(s): Acceptance into the Associate in Science degree in Paralegal program or acceptance into the Certificate of Achievement in Paralegal program or acceptance into the Certificate of Competence in Legal Secretary program; and a grade of "C" or higher in LAW 111 or grade of "C" or higher in LAW 136. MAJOR RESTRICTION TO PARALEGAL. Recommended Preparation: None Comment: Effective Fall 2019 LAW 202 has been approved for use as an elective for the Associate in Arts degree in Liberal Arts and the various AA Liberal Arts concentrations, as well as the Associate in Arts degree in Hawaiian Studies. This LAW 202 class section is conducted online. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY on the days and times indicated above. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students will be required to access a web cam and microphone to participate in class and complete assignments. Email the program coordinator or instructor (kylejtk@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Letter grade only. LAW 202 may not be audited. LAW 202 may not be taken credit/no credit.

MATH
78
College Math CompanionCollege Math Companion REMD, TXT0 1 33576 A Anderson F 1000-1050 ‘Ōlapa 213 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 78. Corequisite(s): MATH 115 Comment: MATH 78 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 115. MATH 78 grading is credit/no credit only. MATH 78 may not be audited. MATH 78 may not be taken for a letter grade. This MATH 78 class section (CRN 33684) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 115 (CRN 33732). For additional information, contact the instructor via email at gamos@hawaii.edu. Students enrolling in MATH 78 class section (CRN 33684) must also enroll in MATH 115 class section (CRN 33732). Students withdrawing from MATH 78 class section (CRN 33684) must also withdraw from MATH 115 class section (CRN 33732). Students who qualify for MATH 78 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 75X instead because MATH 75X provides more review. This MATH 78 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (austina@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic."

MATH
78
College Math CompanionCollege Math Companion REMD, TXT0 1 33577 J Kong Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 78. Corequisite(s): MATH 100 Comment: MATH 78 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 100. Grading for MATH 78 is credit/no credit only. MATH 78 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 78 may not be audited. This MATH 78 class section (CRN 33577) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 100 class section (CRN 33588). Students enrolling in MATH 78 class section (CRN 33577) must also enroll in MATH 100 class section (CRN 33588). Students withdrawing from MATH 78 class section (CRN 33577) must also withdraw from MATH 100 class section (CRN 33588). Students who qualify for MATH 78 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 75X instead because MATH 75X provides more review. This MATH 78 class section is conducted online. This class includes one or more synchronous sessions conducted ONLINE. Date(s) and time(s) for session(s) will be determined with some flexibility to accommodate student schedules. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (kongjust@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

MATH
82
Algebraic FoundationsAlgebraic Foundations REMD, TXT0 4 33342 S Huang Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 75X or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 75X or qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. Comment: Grading is credit/no credit by default (letter grades available upon request). MATH 82 may not be audited. A scientific calculator is required. MATH 82 is designed to prepare students for MATH 103. Students who only need MATH 100, MATH 111 or MATH 115 for their degree or certificate program should meet with an academic advisor before registering for MATH 82. This MATH 82 class section is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Mondays at 9:15am . This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. This class meets week one on Monday and Wednesday at 9:15 am and meets Mondays only for Q & A after week one. Exams are proctored online during this scheduled meeting times. Email the instructor (shiuling@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

MATH
82
Algebraic FoundationsAlgebraic Foundations REMD, TXT0 4 33343 S Huang Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 75X or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 75X or qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. Comment: Grading is credit/no credit by default (letter grades available upon request). MATH 82 may not be audited. A scientific calculator is required. MATH 82 is designed to prepare students for MATH 103. Students who only need MATH 100, MATH 111 or MATH 115 for their degree or certificate program should meet with an academic advisor before registering for MATH 82. This MATH 82 class section is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Mondays at 10:45am . This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. This class meets week one on Monday and Wednesday at 10:45 am and meets Mondays only for Q & A after week one. Exams are proctored online during this scheduled meeting times. Email the instructor (shiuling@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

MATH
82
Algebraic FoundationsAlgebraic Foundations REMD, TXT0 4 33344 D Kitsuwa Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 75X or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 75X or qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. Comment: Grading is credit/no credit by default (letter grades available upon request). MATH 82 may not be audited. A scientific calculator is required. MATH 82 is designed to prepare students for MATH 103. Students who only need MATH 100, MATH 111 or MATH 115 for their degree or certificate program should meet with an academic advisor before registering for MATH 82. This MATH 82 class section is conducted online. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Mondays & Wednesdays 13:45-15:00. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. Students are REQUIRED to meet via Zoom during the first week of the semester during the class times listed. After that, students will do asynchronous online work and class times will be reserved for Q&A sessions and for proctored exams. (Thus students are encouraged to reserve the scheduled class days and times to do work for this class as if it were face-to-face.) Since this is an online class, students will need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Students will also need the ability to take and upload digital photos or use a digital scanner. Email the instructor (kitsuwa@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

MATH
82
Algebraic FoundationsAlgebraic Foundations REMD, TXT0 4 33578 D Kitsuwa Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 75X or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 75X or qualification for MATH 82 or qualification for a higher-level mathematics course. Comment: Grading is credit/no credit by default (letter grades available upon request). MATH 82 may not be audited. A scientific calculator is required. MATH 82 is designed to prepare students for MATH 103. Students who only need MATH 100, MATH 111 or MATH 115 for their degree or certificate program should meet with an academic advisor before registering for MATH 82. This MATH 82 class section is conducted online. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Tuesdays & Thursdays 13:45-15:00. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. Students are REQUIRED to meet via Zoom during the first week of the semester during the class times listed. After that, students will do asynchronous online work and class times will be reserved for Q&A sessions and for proctored exams. (Thus students are encouraged to reserve the scheduled class days and times to do work for this class as if it were face-to-face.) Since this is an online class, students will need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Students will also need the ability to take and upload digital photos or use a digital scanner. Email the instructor (kitsuwa@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion REMD, TXT0 2 33579 G Amos Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

No textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103. Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 33579) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 33589). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 33579) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 33589). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 33579) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 33589). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. This MATH 88 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class MAY includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Date(s) and time(s) for exam(s) will be determined with some flexibility to accommodate student schedules. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (gamos@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion REMD, TXT0 2 33580 G Amos Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103. Comment: MATH is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 33580) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 33597). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 33580) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 33597). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 33580) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 33597). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. This MATH 88 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class MAY includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Date(s) and time(s) for exam(s) will be determined with some flexibility to accommodate student schedules. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (gamos@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion REMD, TXT0 2 33581 K Nishimoto F 0900-1040 ‘Ōlapa 215 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

No textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103. Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 33581) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 33602). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 33581) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 33602). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 33581) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 33602). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. This MATH 88 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. This class meets SYNCHRONOUSLY ONLINE on the days and times indicated above. Students will come to CAMPUS primarily to take proctored exams during the scheduled time period. Email the instructor (koreyn@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion REMD, TXT0 2 33582 E Yoshimura F 0800-0940 ‘Ōlapa 213 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103. Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 33582) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 33598). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 33582) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 33598). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 33582) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 33598). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. This MATH 88 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (eyoshimu@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion REMD, TXT0 2 33583 M Case Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103. Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 33583) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 33601). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 33583) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 33601). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 33583) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 33601). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. This MATH 88 class section is conducted online. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Friday am. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students must have dependable access to a computer with high speed internet connection, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a smart phone or tablet with an app store, a PDF reader, and a UH email account. Students will need to log into UH email and Laulima on a regular basis. Email the instructor (mindyc8@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

MATH
88
College Algebra CompanionCollege Algebra Companion REMD, TXT0 2 33711 M Case Online WWW 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for MATH 88. Corequisite(s): MATH 103. Comment: MATH 88 is to be taken concurrently with MATH 103. Grading for MATH 88 is credit/no credit only. MATH 88 may not be taken for a letter grade. MATH 88 may not be audited. This MATH 88 class section (CRN 33711) provides supplementary instruction that complements MATH 103 class section (CRN 33611). Students enrolling in MATH 88 class section (CRN 33711) must also enroll in MATH 103 class section (CRN 33611). Students withdrawing from MATH 88 class section (CRN 33711) must also withdraw from MATH 103 class section (CRN 33611). Students who qualify for MATH 88 but are not confident in their math skills should consider taking MATH 82 instead since this course provides more review. This MATH 88 class section is conducted online. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: Fridays. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Students must have dependable access to a computer with high speed internet connection, an installed updated browser (Firefox and Google Chrome are preferred), a smart phone or tablet with an app store, a PDF reader, and a UH email account. Students will need to log into UH email and Laulima on a regular basis. Email the instructor (mindyc8@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

MATH
243
Calculus IIICalculus III TXT0 4 33375 A Anderson TU TH 1215-1400 ʻiliahi 206 01/11-05/14 30 Seats of 30

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 206 or a grade of "C" or higher in MATH 242. Comment: Students will need a scientific calculator for MATH 243. This MATH 243 class section is conducted in the hybrid format. Students are required to come to campus on some or all of the days listed on the schedule, depending on enrollment and the COVID-19 situation. On days when campus presence is not required, students may participate through videoconferencing or assigned work. Email the instructor (austina@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. This course may be converted to a fully online format if deemed necessary due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

MUS
106
Intro to Music LiteratureIntro to Music Literature DH, TXT0 3 33484 M Yang Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This MUS 106 class section (CRN 33484) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (manyang@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PACS
201
WI-Islands of GlobalizationWI-Islands of Globalization C19, TXT0, WI 3 33401 K Losch Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100. This PACS 201 class section (CRN 33468) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: PACS 108 or HWST 107. This PACS 201 class section (CRN 33401) is conducted online. This online class will meet synchronously on Wednesdays at 9:15AM ? 10:30AM. Additional content and activities will be offered asynchronously. One or more proctored exams may be required. Students may be offered the opportunity to use an optional online testing service for a fee. Email the instructor (losch@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHIL
100
WI,S-Intro to PhilosophyWI,S-Intro to Philosophy C19, DH, SF, TXT0, WI 3 33220 K Chen Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This PHIL 100 class section (CRN 33220) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Any PHIL course numbered 100, 101, 102, or 103 will serve as an introductory course in Philosophy. This PHIL 100 class section (CRN 33220) is Sustainability Focused (SF). Sustainability Focused (SF) indicates a primary focus on sustainability as a major theme of the course. Course content will be taught through the lens of sustainability. S-Focused class sections at the 100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability This PHIL 100 class section (CRN 33220) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. This course is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. Contact the instructor (kchen@hawaii.edu) for more information Email the instructor (kchen@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHIL
100
WI-Intro to PhilosophyWI-Intro to Philosophy DH, TXT0, WI 3 33223 K Chen Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): This PHIL 100 class section (CRN 33223) is Writing Intensive. Additional WI prerequisites are ENG 100 or ESL 100 with a grade of "C" or higher. Recommended Preparation: Credit in or qualification for ENG 100 or credit in or qualification for ESL 100. Any PHIL course numbered 100, 101, 102, or 103 will serve as an introductory course in Philosophy. This PHIL 100 class section (CRN 33223) is conducted online. This class includes one or more required online synchronous ONE-on-ONE meeting(s) with the instructor. Date(s) and time(s) for meeting(s) will be determined based on individual students? schedules. One or more online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Date(s) and time(s) for sessions will be determined based on students? schedules. This class includes one or more exam(s) which is/are proctored synchronously ONLINE. Exam(s) will take place during regularly-scheduled synchronous online class sessions. This class does not require field work. This course is not self-paced. Students are expected to check Laulima and UH email regularly, and must have reliable access to a computer and connection to the Internet. Contact the instructor (kchen@hawaii.edu) for more information Email the instructor (kchen@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY, TXT0 1 33644 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. This PHYL 142L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (xxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY, TXT0 1 33755 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. This PHYL 142L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (xxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY, TXT0 1 33756 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. This PHYL 142L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (xxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY, TXT0 1 33757 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. This PHYL 142L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (xxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY, TXT0 1 33758 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. This PHYL 142L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (xxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY, TXT0 1 33760 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. This PHYL 142L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (xxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
142L
Human Anatomy/PhysiologyLab IIHuman Anatomy/PhysiologyLab II DY, TXT0 1 33796 To Be Announced TBA 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 142 or credit in ZOOL 142. Recommended Preparation: CHEM 100 or a higher-level chemistry course or a higher-level biochemistry course; and BIOL 101 or a higher-level biology course or a higher-level zoology course. This PHYL 142L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (xxx@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. Please note that PHYL 141, PHYL 141L, PHYL 142, and PHYL 142L were formerly ZOOL 141, ZOOL 141L, ZOOL 142, and ZOOL 142L.

PHYL
160
The Science of SleepThe Science of Sleep DB, TXT0 3 33645 S Shook Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This PHYL 160 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (shooks@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection. This PHYL 160 class section (CRN 33645) is S-Related (SR), some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related class sections do not fulfill S-Focus requirements for the ASC in Sustainability. For more information please visit: http://kccsustainability.com/Sustainability/S-designation.html

PHYL
160L
Science of Sleep LaboratoryScience of Sleep Laboratory DY, TXT0 1 33646 S Shook Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYL 160. Comment: Letter grade only. PHYL 160L may not be audited. PHYL 160L may not be taken credit/no credit. This PHYL 160L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include any proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (shooks@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHYS
151
College Physics ICollege Physics I DP, TXT0 3 33317 R Harrison Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 140. This PHYS 151 class section is conducted online. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: MW 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harriso8@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHYS
151
College Physics ICollege Physics I DP, TXT0 3 33318 R Harrison Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in MATH 140. This PHYS 151 class section is conducted online. One or more pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) is/are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: TR 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harriso8@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHYS
151L
College Physics Laboratory ICollege Physics Laboratory I DY, TXT0 1 33319 R Harrison Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 151. This PHYS 151L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harriso8@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHYS
151L
College Physics Laboratory ICollege Physics Laboratory I DY, TXT0 1 33320 R Harrison Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 151. This PHYS 151L class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harriso8@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHYS
152
College Physics IICollege Physics II DP, TXT0 3 33321 R Milincic Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost:$0. Prerequisite(s): PHYS 151

PHYS
152L
College Physics Laboratory IICollege Physics Laboratory II DY, TXT0 1 33322 R Milincic Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 152.

PHYS
170
General Physics IGeneral Physics I DP, TXT0 4 33323 A Hanai Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 206 or credit or concurrent enrollment in MATH 242. Recommended Preparation: PHYS 100; and MATH 231 or MATH 243. This PHYS 170 class section is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. All lectures, assignments, exams, and forum discussions will be through Laulima: https://laulima.hawaii.edu/portal Assignments for this class are at fixed weekly intervals, so you are free to view the pre-recorded lectures and complete your work at your own pace each week. For your own success, it is critical that you participate in the forum discussions, so be sure to check them every day. Each exam will have a fixed date and time, based on the availability of the entire class. There will be a poll conducted at the start of the semester to determine this scheduling availability. Email the instructor (hanaia@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection This PHYS 170 class section (CRN 33380) is S-Related, some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related class sections do not fulfill S-Focus requirements for the ASC in Sustainability. S-Focused class sections can be used for the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. For more information please visit: https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability Students in this PHYS 170 class section (CRN 33323) have the option of joining a Learning Community with MATH 242 (CRN XXXXX), MATH 243 (CRN xxxxx), and PHYS170L (CRN 33325). Due to the order of the scheduled topic presentations for this group of 4 classes, students with previous credit in MATH 242 will not be eligible to be part of this Learning Community. Students enrolling in this PHYS 170 class section may also register for the MATH 242 class section (CRN xxxxx), the MATH 243 class section (CRN xxxxx), and PHYS 170L class section (CRN 33325).

PHYS
170
General Physics IGeneral Physics I DP, TXT0 4 33324 R Harrison Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): Credit in MATH 206 or credit or concurrent enrollment in MATH 242. Recommended Preparation: PHYS 100; and MATH 231 or MATH 243. This PHYS 171 class section is conducted online. Pre-scheduled online synchronous CLASS or GROUP session(s) are required. Synchronous session(s) will take place on: TR 1:45 - 3:30 p.m. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (harriso8@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

PHYS
170L
General Physics Lab IGeneral Physics Lab I DY, TXT0 1 33325 A Hanai Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 170. This PHYS 170L section (CRN 33383) is part of a Learning Community with MATH 242 (CRN 3), MATH 243 (CRN 33442), and PHYS170 (CRN 33380). Students enrolling in this PHYS 170L Laboratory class section (CRN 33383), must also register for the MATH 242 class section (CRN 3), the MATH 243 class section (CRN 33442), and PHYS 170 class section (CRN 33380). Instructor consent is required for all four (4) sections in this Learning Community. Students must receive instructor consent on or before January 13. Please contact Austin Anderson (austina@hawaii.edu) for permission to register. One three (3) hour lab exercise should be completed per week. For more information, contact your instructor and refer to

PHYS
170L
General Physics Lab IGeneral Physics Lab I DY, TXT0 1 33326 R Harrison Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook Cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 170. Students in this PHYS 170L section (CRN 33384) have the option of joining a Learning Community with MATH 242 (CRN 33471), MATH 243 (CRN 33442), and PHYS 170 (CRN 33380). Students enrolling in this PHYS 170L Laboratory class section (CRN 33384) may also register for MATH 242 class section (CRN 33471), the MATH 243 class section (CRN 33442), and PHYS 170 class section (CRN 33380). One three (3) hour lab exercise should be completed per week. For more information, contact your instructor and refer to http://stemcourses.kcc.hawaii.edu/~aaron/PHYS_LABS.html. Special Approval: Instructor Approval

PHYS
272
General Physics IIGeneral Physics II DP, TXT0 3 33327 R Milincic Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost:$0. Prerequisite(s): MATH 206 or MATH 242; and PHYS 170 and PHYS 170L. This PHYS 272 class section (CRN 33385) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

PHYS
272L
General Physics Lab IIGeneral Physics Lab II DY, TXT0 1 33328 R Milincic Online WWW 01/11-05/14 20 Seats of 20

Textbook cost: $0 Prerequisite(s): PHYS 170 and PHYS 170L and credit or concurrent enrollment in PHYS 272. One three (3) hour lab exercise should be completed per week. For more information, contact your instructor.

PHYS
274
General Physics IIIGeneral Physics III DP, TXT0 3 33329 R Milincic Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost:$0. Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in PHYS 272; and credit in MATH 231 or credit or concurrent enrollment in MATH 243. This PHYS 274 class section (CRN 33388) is Sustainability Related (SR). Sustainability Related indicates that some assignments and content will concentrate on issues of sustainability. S-Related classes do not fulfill the Academic Subject Certificate in Sustainability. Sustainability Focused (SF) class sections at the100-level or above will count towards achievement of the Academic Subject Certificate Sustainability. For more information please visit https://www.kapiolani.hawaii.edu/sustainability

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel C19, FGC, TXT0 3 33083 E Denton Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 33083) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (ericd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

REL
150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel C19, FGC, TXT0 3 33084 E Denton Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 33084) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (ericd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

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150
Intro to World's Major RelIntro to World's Major Rel C19, FGC, TXT0 3 33085 E Denton Online WWW 01/11-05/14 35 Seats of 35

Textbook Cost: $0 This REL 150 class section (CRN 33085) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (ericd@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email a