Class Availability – Spring 2019

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HWST 270: Hawaiian Mythology

HWST 270 is an introduction to Hawaiian mythology and mo’olelo as a basis of understanding (or a reflection) of Hawaiian culture, values, metaphor, and worldviews. This course will investigate and analyze oral and written Hawaiian literary sources and the roles of akua, ‘aumakua, kupua, and kanaka.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours

Syllabus Available
Schedule Types: Hybrid-Technology Intensive, Lecture

Arts & Sciences Division
Humanities Department

Gen. Ed./Focus:
DL – Diversification: Literatures

Undergraduate level HAW 102 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level HWST 100 Minimum Grade of D or Undergraduate level HWST 107 Minimum Grade of D


Important Registration and Withdrawal Deadline Information

01/15/2019 Last day to register
01/15/2019 Last day to receive 100% tuition refund
01/30/2019 Last day to receive 50% tuition refund
01/30/2019 Last day to drop (No "W" on transcript)
03/25/2019 Last day to withdraw from class ("W" on transcript)



Prerequisite(s): HWST 100 or HWST 107 or HAW 102 or consent of instructor.

Recommended Preparation: Qualification for ENG 100.


Course Details

Term: Spring 2019
CRN: 34078
Subject: Hawaiian Studies (HWST)
Course Number: 270
Course Title: Hawaiian Mythology
Instructional Method: Distance – Completely Online
Credits: 3
Gen. Ed/Focus: DL
Grading Options: Standard Letter A-F, Credit/No Credit, or Audit
Instructor: Kahelelaniokahakai Cruz
Course Dates: 01/07-05/10
Meeting Times:
TBA TBA WWW 01/07-05/10

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