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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"] Classes start August 22, 2022 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…

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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SCEP Live Online: Storyteller Halloween Special 2022

SCEP Live Online: Storyteller Halloween Special 2022 Saturday, October 29  6:00pm HST Free event CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Join us online for spooky tales with Storytellers Alton Chung, Kathy Collins, and Jeff Gere.

Dmytro Choni, 2022 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition Medalist

Friday, October 28, 2022 | 7:30PM University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Orvis Auditorium $30 - Adult $20 - Senior citizens (62+), Military, College Students $10 - Youth (17 & under), UH Manoa Students Click here to purchase tickets  Coming off…

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Interdisciplinary Studies

The Interdisciplinary Studies Program is a student-centered program for those who want greater flexibility in the pursuit of their degree. This program enables qualified students to design their major around multiple interests for a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies.

Undergraduate Degree Completion Tuition

The University of Hawai'i at Mānoa (UHM) awarded our students more than $64 million in scholarships and grants in 2021. Our team of advisors will work with you to make a UHM degree affordable through scholarships, access to loans, grants,…

Who we serve

At University of Hawaii at Manoa -  Outreach College, we proudly serve:    •  Previous UH Mānoa students who wish to return and complete a bachelor’s degree    • Students who earned some college credits and wish to complete a bachelor’s degree…

How to Apply

This application will allow you to register for Outreach College Extension and Summer courses only. If you are interested in courses delivered through the standard UH Manoa Fall and Spring semesters, please contact the UHM Admissions Office at manoa.admissions@hawaii.edu or…

Degree Completion Programs at UHM

If you’ve made some progress towards your bachelor’s degree our team is ready to help you reach the finish line! Start your journey today!

ANTH 175/ANTH 175L Polynesian Surf Culture

About the Instructor Ian ‘Akahi Masterson, is a surfer and educator hailing from Ko‘olaupoko on O‘ahu. His practice is to engage students in their environment, stressing observation of natural phenomena and awareness of their cultural importance then and now, thus…

BOT 160: Campus Plants

About the Instructor Nōweo Kai is from Kaimuki. Both of her parents are from O‘ahu, and grandparents from O‘ahu and Hawai‘i Island. She loves Hawai‘i's natural and cultural history, has worked in education and Hawaiian plant conservation, and aims to…

ASAN 320Z: Media, Advertising, and Desire in East Asia

About the Instructor Patrick Patterson received his PhD in History from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa in 2014. His book Music and Words: Producing Popular Songs in Modern Japan concerns the development of the popular music industry in pre-war…

PHIL 311: Philosophy and Aesthetics of Film

About the Instructor Dr. Joseph Tanke is one of the world's leading experts in the field of aesthetics/philosophy of art. He has published widely on this topic, and previously taught philosophy at California College of the Arts in San Francisco.…

UH KIDS FIRST! Film Festival

Celebrating the 30th anniversary of KIDS FIRST! Presented by UH Mānoa Outreach College, the 2022 virtual UH KIDS FIRST! Film Festival – now in its 14th year in Hawaiʻi – offers screenings of creative and insightful animated and live-action shorts, features,…

ENG 381: Popular Literature

About the Instructor Ruth Y. Hsu, PhD, is associate professor of English; her published writing have been on Asian American graphic novels, on the television series Orange is the New Black, and on literature in terms of race, ethnicity, gender,…

JOUR 325: Magazine Writing

About the Instructor Steve Petranik has been an editor and reporter for more than four decades, and now is the editor of Hawaii Business Magazine. Before joining the magazine in 2009, he spent 18 years as an editor at the…

JOUR 307: Photojournalism

About the Instructor Frederic Larson, Pulitzer Prize Finalist, was a photojournalist at the San Francisco Chronicle for 30 years, where he covered all types of assignments - from fires to football, earthquakes to celebrities. It is his intimate photos of…

ES 381: Social Movements in Hawai‘i

About the Instructor Dr. Ellen-Rae Cachola teaches at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa Department of Ethnic Studies and is the Evening Supervisor and Archives Manager at the William S. Richardson School of Law  Library. Trained in Political Science; Cultural…

ES 338: American Indian Experience

About the Instructor Along with his "bread and butter" course, American Indian Experience, Dr. Anthony Castanha has taught a wide variety of courses in Ethnic Studies and Political Science at UH Mānoa since 2000. He has been an Indigenous rights…