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Minority Health Research Training Program in Health Disparities (MHRT)

Nursing & Medicine | 10 Credits | classroom

The Minority Health Research Training (MHRT) Program in Health Disparities offers students from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds the opportunity to engage in out-of-state NIH-funded research projects, in areas including tropical medicine, infectious diseases, chronic diseases, community-based participatory research,…

‘Imi Ho‘ōla Post-Baccalaureate Program

Nursing & Medicine | 19 Credits | hybrid

‘Imi Ho‘ōla is a 12-month post-baccalaureate program designed to provide educational opportunities to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are deemed capable of succeeding in medical school.

Online Master of Public Health with a specialization in Health Policy and Management

Health & Social Welfare | online

[sp_easyaccordion id="83892"]   Master of Public Health (MPH) with a specialization in Health Policy and Management: You can complete the online MPH in 21 months. The program's objective is to promote and protect the public’s health through the preparation of graduates…

Master of Education in Early Childhood Education

Education | 30 Credits | hybrid

The MEd – Early Childhood Education is a statewide, interdisciplinary graduate program designed to address the statewide need for Birth – 8 years leadership. This interdisciplinary degree is a collaboration between Curriculum Studies, Special Education, and Human Development & Family…

Master of Education in Curriculum Studies- Progressive Philosophy and Pedagogy

Education | 30 Credits | hybrid

The MEd-CS Interdisciplinary Education track with an emphasis on Progressive Philosophy and Pedagogy is a 30-credit graduate program designed for educators and scholars from diverse disciplines and contexts, who are interested in building our collective capacity for creating a better…

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Parking for Ocean Music Action

Parking for Ocean Music Action concert This allows you to pre-purchase parking for the Honolulu Chamber Music Series presentation of Ocean Music Action at UHM Orvis Auditorium on Saturday, April 8 at 7:30pm. On the day of the concert, come…

Honolulu Chamber Music Series: Ocean Music Action featuring musicians of The Knights

Honolulu Chamber Music Series: Ocean Music Action featuring musicians of The Knights Saturday, April 8, 2023 • 7:30 P.M. Orvis Auditorium, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Click here to purchase your tickets After selecting your tickets, please select "Continue Shopping" if…

Te Wheke by Atamira Dance Company

Te Wheke by Atamira Dance Company Friday, April 14, 2023 • 7:30 P.M. Leeward Theatre, University of Hawai‘i Leeward Community College $35 - Adult $25 - Senior citizens (62+), College Students $15 - Youth (17 & under), UH Manoa Students…

Tom Lee’s Tomte

Tom Lee's Tomte Saturday, March 25, 2023 • 7:30 P.M. Art Auditorium, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa $20 - General Admission $15 - UHM Students $15 - 13 -18 years old $8 - 5 - 12 years old Click here to purchase your…

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Application Tutorial

Access the Online Application Apply online for the UHM Outreach College, via the Liaison Centralized Application System (CAS). View Help Center Visit the Applicant Help Center for instructions and help with applying. Applicant Portal Login The Applicant Portal login is…

Application Deadlines and FAQS

APPLICATION DEADLINES PRIORITY DEADLINE: 10 working days prior to the start of the course. If you are required to provide transcripts (see Requirements for Admission), submit your application A MONTH PRIOR to the published deadlines as additional time is needed…

Application for Non-UH/Visiting Students

If you are from another institution or are not currently attending classes at a UH campus, please follow the instructions below. New, Returning, and Visiting Students Are you looking to take UH Mānoa courses through the Outreach College Extension and…

Application Information for High School Students

Are you a high school student?  Learn more about eligibility on the program websites. Your high school has partnered with UH Mānoa to offer a dual credit course. Current 10th and 11th grade students who want to earn college credits…

Instructions for Current UH Students

If you are currently attending classes at a UH campus, please follow the instructions below. Graduating UH Students Are you a currently enrolled UH student who will graduate at the end of the current semester from a UH campus? Apply…

PACE 412: Gandhi, King & Nonviolence

About the Instructor Louann Ha'aheo Guanson is a long time teacher with the Matsunaga Institute for Peace and a Peacemaker in Hawai‘i and around the world working with Kingian and Gandhian leaders. She is an advocate for creating a culture…

PLAN 101 / SUST 114: Sustainable Cities

About the Instructor Scott Allen, professional planner with over a decade of working with government and non-government organizations toward sustainable development goals. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Learning Design and Technology. Enjoys spending his spare time sailing, hiking,…

LING 105: Language Endangerment, Globalization, and Indigenous Peoples

About the Instructor Dr. Anna Belew is the program manager at the Endangered Languages Project, a nonprofit organization that supports the revitalization and promotion of endangered languages worldwide. Her research focuses on language endangerment and sociolinguistics (the ways language and…

Sun Hui Hung

PROGRAM; FROM BARBARIAN GATE-CRASHER TO ARISTOCRATIC EMBLEM From Barbarian Gate-Crasher to Aristocratic Emblem, a Lecture and Recital by Dr. ʻSun Huiʻ Tsun-Hui Hung. Dr. Hung will not only be playing the instrument, but she will also be discussing the historical…

ASAN 491Z: Topics in Asian Studies – East Asian and Asian American Youth Digital Media Culture: Comics, Videos, Music, and Games

About the Instructor Jade Lum, MA, English, is currently a PhD student and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the English Department of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Besides this course, she has previously taught first-year composition courses, literature courses on…

Summer Featured Courses

ANTH 175/175L: Polynesian Surf Culture ERTH 101: Dynamic Earth PACE 412: Gandhi, King & Nonviolence ASAN 491Z: Topics in Asian Studies – East Asian and Asian American Youth Digital Media Culture: Comics, Videos, Music, and Games ERTH 111: ERTH 111:…

Summer 2023 Course Preview

Academy for Creative Media (ACM) Summer 1 ❂ May 22 – June 30, 2023   ACM 255 Intro to Cinema   Online ACM 350 Screenwriting     ACM 380 Genre/Narrative Theory: Apocalyptic Film   Summer 2 ❂ July 3 –…

Summer 2023 Guaranteed Courses

In order to help students plan their academic route, Summer Sessions has worked with the UH Mānoa departments to guarantee courses for the upcoming summer. Courses are guaranteed to run until the dates listed below. The guarantee is for at…

How to Apply to Early College Scholars (ECS)

Please complete and submit the ECS Application and the UH System Dual Credit Application. Pre-College Homepage Early College Scholars How to Apply About Pre-College/Events The ECS Application Note: You will need to upload a copy of your high school transcript…