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Holokai: Your Academic Voyage

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Anciently, Pacific Islanders sailed to new lands in voyaging canoes using the stars and waves for navigation.  The Hawaiians call this voyage holokai (kai = ocean, holo = to go, to move, to travel).  

Today students at BYU-Hawaii chart their own academic voyages.  Students plan out individual paths to graduation and future destinations by combining a major with two minors or certificates.  Mapping out your own academic voyage allows you to have both breath and depth of knowledge in a combination that will set you on your voyage to your own personal destination in life.

Holokai Curriculum

All students share some central academic experiences, Religious Education courses and a core of Math and English.  But in addition to that, each student puts together a unique combination of programs that will include something in each category: Arts & Humanities, Math & Sciences, and Professional Studies.

The shared compass for each student's voyage are the BYU-Hawaii outcomes, that students develop both breadth and depth of knowledge and the thinking skills and character of a servant-leader, the ability to inquire, analyze, and communicate and to act with integrity, stewardship, and service, to prepare them to serve in a world community as productive, responsible citizens and as faithful members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The Three Categories

Arts & Humanities

In the Arts & Humanities category, programs explore what it means to be human and to interact with diverse others. This may take the form of historical, linguistic, or cultural inquiry, or it may be accomplished through active participation in the visual and performing arts.

Math & Sciences

Students will find in the Math & Sciences category, the programs’ primary purpose is to engage students in learning and understanding pure and applied mathematics, algorithms, and/or scientific thinking.  We define scientific thinking as a pattern of following the scientific method using quantitative, evidence-based reasoning and the formulation of testable explanations and predictions about the universe and our existence within it.

Professional Studies

In the Professional Studies category, the programs cover a wide range of disciplinary areas. They share a practical focus in helping students be well prepared for active social and civic engagement and to have the skills to help organizations and people learn and succeed.

2017-2018 Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree

BYU-Hawaii offers majors and minors in three categories: Arts & Humanities, Math & Sciences, and Professional Studies. In order to earn a BYU-Hawaii degree, students must complete 120 credits and a combination of 1 major from 1 category and 2 minors/certificates (or additional majors if they fit within the 4-year allotment) from each of the remaining categories. The responsibility rests with the students to see that their programs of study satisfy all the requirements for graduation listed in the catalog. Advisors and other members of the faculty and staff will assist in any way possible.

Core Classes + Major and 2 minors/certificates in 3 different areas (Breadth & Depth) + Religious Education

Core Classes

  • Mathematics Requirement-Quantitative and Logical Reasoning (3 - 5 credit hours) The math requirement can be completed by taking one of the following:
    • Statistics: MATH 121, BIOL 340, PSYC 205, POSC 200/300 & POSC 204/304, or EXS 339
    • Calculus: MATH 212, MATH 213, or MATH 119.
    • Trigonometry: MATH 111
    • Quantitative Reasoning: MATH 107
    • Discrete Mathematics: CIS 205 & 205L
    • Any upper division math course (300 or 400 level).
  • Reading/Writing/Speaking (3 credit hours)
    • ENGL 101 Communication in Writing, Speaking, and Reading (3)
  • Advanced Writing (3 credit hours)  The advanced writing requirement can be completed by taking one of the following:

    • ENGL 314 Exposition and Analysis in the Humanities (3) or ENGL 315 Topics for Advanced Writing and Analysis (3) or ENGL 316 Technical Writing (3) 

    • Approved Senior Seminar in the major: CHEM 494, HIST 490, CS 493, IT 491-493, POSC 300 & 304
       

Breadth and Depth of Education

All majors, minors, and certificates are grouped into three areas. To build your Holokai, you will need to choose one program as your major and two programs from different categories as your minors and/or certificates. All the choices for your Holokai should be located in seperate columns and rows. Furthermore, you can also choose other programs as additional majors, minors, and/or certificates if they are completed within 4 years. 

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Arts and Humanities
Math and Sciences
Professional Studies
Majors
Minors * / Certificates °
Majors
Minors * / Certificates °
Majors
Minors * / Certificates °
Art Education ^
Art-Graphic Design
Art-Painting
Communication & Media Studies
Communication Studies *
Film *
Painting *
Sculpture *
Visual Arts *
        Multimedia Communication °
 
 
 
 
Accounting
Business Education ^
Business Mgt.-Finance
Business Mgt.-HR & Org
Business Mgt.-Marketing
Business Mgt.- Operations
Elementary Education
Hospitality & Tourism
Secondary Education ^
Social Work
Accounting *
Economics *
Education *
Entrepreneurship *º
Hospitality & Tourism *
Human Resources Mgt. *
Leadership *
Marketing *
Social Work *
Social Work,Intro *
Special Education °
Supply Chain Operations *
 
 
Computer Science
Information Technology
 
Computer Science *
Information Technology *
Web Development *
Information Systems
 
Agile Project Mgt. º
Digital Business º
Digital Security *º
Digital Technology *
Digital Technology, Into *
Enterprise Business Systems *
Information Systems *
Mobile App Development, Intro *
Web Design, Intro *
Cultural Anthropology
Hawaiian Studies
History
History Education ^
Intercultural Peacebuilding
Pacific Island Studies
Social Science Education ^
Asian Studies *
Cultural Anthropology *
Hawaiian Language *°
Hawaiian Studies *
History *
Pacific Island Studies *
 
 
 
Intercultural Peacebuilding º
English
English Education ^
Integrated Humanities
Chinese *
Creative Writing *
English *
Foundational Language *
Integrated Humanities *
Japanese *
Spanish *
 
 
 
Foundational Language *
Professional Writing *
TESOL
TESOL Education ^
Linguistics *
Linguistics, Intro *
 
 
 
TESOL, Intro *
TESOL °
 
 
EXS Education ^
EXS- Biomedical
EXS- Health and Hyman Perf.
EXS- Sports & Wellness Mgt.
Health & Human Perf. *
 
Coaching *
Sports & Wellness Mgt. *
Music-General
Music-Instrumental Perf.
Music-Piano
Music-Vocal Perf.
Music-World Studies
Music *
Piano Perf. *
Theatre *
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Biochemistry
Biology Education ^
Biology- Biomedical Sciences
Biology- Ecol,. Evol., Pop.
Biology- Marine
Biology- Molecular & Cell
Chemistry Education ^
Mathematics Education
Mathematics- Applied
Mathematics- Pure
Physical Science Education ^
Physics Education ^
Biochemistry *
Biology *
Chemistry *
Chemistry, Intro *
Conservation Biology,Intro *
Marine Biology,Intro *
Natural Science,Intro *
Nutritional Science,Intro *
Physics,Intro *
Mathematics *
Mathematics, Intro *
 
 
 
 
Political Science
Political Science *
 
Criminal Justice °
Emergency Mgt. °
Governance °
International Development °
Legal Studies °
Public Mgt. °
 
 
Psychology-Clinical/Counseling
Psychology-General/Experimental
Psychology *
 
Organizational Behavior *
* - Minor         ° - Certificate        ^ - Secondary Education Majors count towards 2 categories 
TESOL- Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages          EXS- Exercise and Sport Science          Mgt.- Management               Perf. - Performance

 

BYUH language courses are designed for second language learners, and thus first or native language speakers are not eligible to take courses offered on BYUH campus.

For those wishing to pursue an Interdisciplinary Studies major with the 2017 Curriculumthe primary and secondary emphases may count as separate breadth areas, but they cannot replace the need for two additional curricular programs in addition to what is in the IDS major. Three of the emphases and/or minors must be in different breadth areas.

Optional Transition for Current Students (Prior to those admitted in Fall 2017)

GE Core Option

Language Option

Math  107 or Statistics or Calculus

Math  107 or Statistics or Calculus

English 101

English 101

English 315/Adv Writing

English 315/Adv Writing

Major + 1 Program in a different category/dept

Major + 1 Program in a different category/dept

 

And Language – EIL or Test or 201 level

And all 4 GE Core Classes

And 2 GE Core Classes

GE 100 or HIST 192, HIST 201, HWST 101, PAIS 105

GE 100 or HIST 192, HIST 201, HWST 101, PAIS 105

GE 110 or POSC 190, ENGL 201, ENGL 251

GE 110 or POSC 190, ENGL 201, ENGL 251

GE 120 or any natural science or PSYC 111

GE 120 or any natural science or PSYC 111

GE 300 or HIST 202, ANTH 105, HIST 305, HIST 344, PAIS 300

GE 300 or HIST 202, ANTH 105, HIST 305, HIST 344, PAIS 300

BYUH language courses are designed for second language learners, and thus first or native language speakers are not eligible to take courses offered on BYUH campus.

Holokai Requirements for Students transferring with an Associate's Degree

Students who transfer with an Associate degree from an accredited college or university, not including Associate of Applied Science, will be required to complete:

  • A major
  • The four CORE Religion courses and residency Religion requirements
  • Advanced Writing - English 315

Students with an Associate of Applied Science must complete the full Holokai program. Students should see an advisor for any possible transfer equivalencies.

Where will your voyage take you?

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Arts & Humanities Programs

Requirement Sheets

Program Description

Arts & Humanities programs draw on the established methodologies of social science and humanistic training, whether this takes the form of historical, linguistic, or cultural inquiry, or from active participation in the visual and performing arts.

Majors

Minors

Certificates

Art (Graphic Design) Major     Graphic Design: Students will learn design concepts and principles for visual problem solving. The curriculum focuses on the foundations of formal, aesthetic and analytical knowledge, critical thinking, and skills while exploring various media and ever changing context and function of visual communciation. Intro Course: ART 112
Art (Painting) Major     The Painting major enables students to develop their artistic and creative skills by learning and applying principles of visual communication. Studio classes focus primarily on the observation and representation of traditional subjects. Students are taught traditional methods of observation and technical execution as they explore a variety of two-dimensional media including charcoal, oil, watercolor, and digital painting. This major is a preparation for further career advancement in such fields as traditional studio (figure, landscape, still life painting, etc.), illustration, concept art and visual development, as well as foundation for graduate school in most art related programs. Intro Course: ART 112
Art-Education Major     The Art Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Art. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Art in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200
  Asian Studies Minor   Provides students with a foundation in Chinese and Japanese literatures as well as the history, culture, and geography of Asia. Intro Courses: ASNS 105
  Chinese Minor   Provides students with a foundation in intermediate Chinese and Chinese literature. Intro Course: CHIN 201
Communication and Media Studies Major Communication Studies Minor  

Media of communication play a crucial role in shaping the world we live in: from the press, to social media, to film and to other entertainment media. The Communication Studies curriculum teaches students the foundation of ethical and effective communication in a cross-cultural context. The curriculum includes a wide range of topics, addressing important issues such as media criticism, message design, media processes and effects. Students are expected to develop analytical, leadership, teamwork skills, and the ability to articulate, in verbal and written forms, ideas in the contemporary media landscape. Intro Courses: COMM 110, COMM 200

The Communication Studies minor introduces to students the foundations of the discipline of communication studies and provides an array of topical options within the major field, such as media and society, socio-political aspects of media practice, race and gender dynamics, and intercultural communication. Intro Course: COMM 200

  Creative Writing Minor   The creative writing minor focuses on the reading and production of imaginative writing in various genres—mainly fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction (personal essay and memoir), and will introduce students to the world of editing and publishing. The minor is also preparation for a variety of writing-related fields such as journalism, technical writing, freelance writing, marketing and advertising, and even some social sciences where writing with style is highly valued. Intro Course: ENGL 218R
Cultural Anthropology Major Cultural Anthropology Minor   Provides students with a foundation in the study of culture, particularly in cultural systems, narratives and performances, globalization, political and economic systems, religion, ethnography, applied anthropology, etc. Students who study cultural anthropology find employment opportunities in international organizations (i.e., U.N.), government agencies, corporations, historical/cultural associations, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Intro Course: ANTH 105
English Major

English Minor

  The English major and minor give broad preparation in critical thinking and communication, helping students to become better writers and speakers and to approach problems analytically. Students will work to read texts closely and provide evidence for well-written claims. They will encounter texts from a variety of time periods and genres and build strong skills in the English language. Intro Course: ENGL 251
English-Education Major

 

  The English Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in English. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach English in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200
  Film Minor   Film Studies provides students with critical perspectives on films. It has a more defined career path for students, with potential careers in media production, advertising/marketing/campaigning, public relations, instructional material development, visual communications, and the film industry. Intro Course: FILM 102
 

Foundational Language Study Minor

  The Foundational Language Study Minor program allows students to explore the foundation of foreign languages and their cultures and to obtain at least the intermediate level of fluency in one of the languages of choice. Intro Course: Any Language 101 course
 

Hawaiian Language Minor

Hawaiian Language Certificate

Hawaiian Language Minor: Students will learn basic sentence structure patterns, vocabulary, short phrases, and the memorization of short chants and songs. The goal is to increase communicative language skills so that students can demonstrate the beginning of proficiency levels of reading, writing, listening, and speaking in Hawaiian. Emphasis will also be placed on the proper usage of words, grammar, pronounciation, and intonation. Over the course of the minor, students will be able to use sentence patterns to formulate short dialogs, stories, and speeches. Intro Course: HAWN 101

Hawaiian Language Certificate: Students will understand and communicate the Hawaiian language, both written and spoken, with a solid foundation in grammar and phonology, the history and origin of the language, as well as it's current status relative to the traditional and contemporary culture of Hawai'i. The goal is to become proficient and functional speakers of the language in various contexts and settings. The minor will focus on the development of oral language communicative skills, the translation of texts both traditional and modern, the composition of original written texts, and the analyzing of native speech. Intro Course: HAWN 301

Hawaiian Studies Major

Hawaiian Studies Minor

  Provides students with a foundation in Hawaiian culture and history. Intro Class: HWST 101
History Major

History Minor

  Understand the past to forge the future.  Courses prepare students to understand the relevance of history and the principles of historical inquiry from local, national, and global perspectives. Intro Courses: Hist 120, 121, 192, 200, 201, or 202
History-Education Major

 

  The History Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in History. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach History in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200
Integrated Humanities Major Integrated Humanities Minor  

The study of Integrated Humanities will provide students with a way to productively approach world cultures through their arts, music, literatures, film, folklore, history, theatre, philosophies, and aesthetics. While being introduced to new ideas, students will also have the opportunity to explore and survey critical theories and apply them in analyzing and interpreting creative works from different cultures and time periods. Intro course: HUM 151

The Integrated Humanities minor introduces the fundamental methods and approaches to the study of world cultures through their arts, music, literatures, film, folklore, history, theatre, philosophies, and aesthetics. Intro course: HUM 151

Intercultural Peacebuilding Major     The Intercultural Peacebuiling major emphasizes theories of harmony, cross-cultural leadership and negotiation, and conflict resolution and transformation at the interpersonal, community and international levels. It also highlights the spiritual components of these areas such as forgiveness and reconciliation. The major draws on a broad range of theories from the academic disciplines of anthropology, communications, cultural studies, political science, psychology, history, economics, and international law. Additionally, the major provides practical tools like mediation, facilitation and NGO creation in real world projects connected to the David O. McKay Center for Intercultural Understanding to give students a skill base to compliment their theoretical learning. Intro Course: IPB 121
  Japanese Minor   Provides students with intermediate Japanese and Japanese literature. Intro Course: JPN 201
  Linguistics Minor  

The Linguistics minor introduces students to the principles and systems that underlie human language (e.g, phonology, morphology, syntax), as well as its acquisition and use. Intro Course:  LING 210

  Linguistics, Intro Minor    
  Music Minor   The music minor at BYUH invites students to participate in music at the university level, including academic studies and performance opportunities in solo and ensemble settings. 
Music     Through rigorous training, students are equipped to perform artistically, to teach effectively, and to provide music leadership in the Church and in the community. In addition to the Western tradition in music, students also learn cultural sensitivity through contact with diverse world music cultures.
-General Music Major      
-Piano Performance Major      
-Instrumental Performance Major      
-Vocal Performance Major      
-World Music Studies Major      
Pacific Island Studies Major

Pacific Island Studies Minor

  Provides students with a foundation in Pacific Islands history and culture. Intro Course: PAIS 105
  Painting Minor   The Painting minor allows students to learn foundation principles of observation, design, and technique to advance their skills in two-dimensional image creation. Studio courses focus primarily on drawing and painting traditional subjects in charcoal, oil, watercolor and digital media. Intro Course: ART 112
  Piano Performance Minor   Entrance into this minor is by audition with the piano-area coordinator, Dr. Scott McCarrey (Auditorium 164).
  Sculpture Minor   The Sculpture minor provides students the opportunity to explore the technical, formal, and theoretical concerns of creating meaningful 3-dimensional objects. Through working from the figure and observation, students learn about medium, form, and content. Intro Course: ART 112
Social Science-Education Major     The Social Science Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Social Science. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Social Science in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200
  Spanish Minor   Provides students with a foundation in intermediate Spanish and Spanish literature. Intro Course: SPAN 201
Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL) Major    

The TESOL major thoroughly prepares future teachers for the ESL market by addressing the major principles governing the English language, as well as the theories and practices behind effective foreign language instruction and assessment.  Intro Courses:  LING 210 & TESOL 240

TESOL Education Major    

The TESOL Education program offered is designed to prepare a classroom oriented knowledge and pedagogical base in Education. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach grades Kindergarten through 12th grade in domestic or internatioal public or private schools.Intro Courses:  EDU 212, EDU 200

  Theatre Minor   Introduces the art and craft of theatrical production and application. Increases competency in theatrical understanding and performance. Prepares students with skills to perform, produce, and understand theatrical performances. Intro Courses: THEA 115 or THEA 123
  Visual Arts Minor   The Visual Arts minor provides an opportunity for students to have a blended art experience based in critical thinking, theory, and practice. Course requirements have been designed to allow students with varying needs to explore the visual arts for a wide range purposes. Intro Course: ART 112

 

Math & Sciences Programs

Requirement Sheets

Program Description
Math & Sciences programs' primary purpose is to engage students in learning and understanding pure and applied mathematics, algorithms, and/or scientific thinking.  We define scientific thinking as a pattern of following the scientific method using quantitative, evidence-based reasoning and the formulation of testable explanations and predictions about the universe and our existence within it.

Majors 

Minors

Certificates

Biochemistry Major

Biochemistry Minor

 

The Biochemistry major is designed to give students an in depth exploration of Chemistry and it's role and application in biological systems. This major is rigorous and lab intensive and it is recommended for students with strong interest and aptitude for math and lab-based science. Intro course: CHEM 105/L
The Biochemistry minor provides students with a foundational knowledge of general chemistry as related to biological systems and then progressing to learn organic chemistry and finishing with biochemistry.  This minor is rigorous and lab intensive and it is recommended for students with strong interest and aptitude for math and lab-based science. Intro course: CHEM 105/L

 

Biology Minor

 

The Biology minor provides students with a general foundation in cell and molecular, organismal, and ecology, evolution, and population biology. Students will participate in additional advanced study in biological disciplines that are self-selected. Students will also learn basic biological laboratory methods and techniques. This minor is rigorous and lab intensive and it is recommended for students with strong interest in Biology. Intro course: BIOL 112/L

Biology Major
   - Marine Biology Emphasis
   - Molecular & Cell Biology Emphasis
- Ecology, Evolution and Conservation
   - Biomedical Sciences Emphasis

 

 

Students in the Biology Program may earn a B.S. in Biology and can opt for an emphasis in one of three categories: Marine Biology, Molecular and Cell Biology, and Biomedical Sciences. If a student wishes to obtain a specific emphasis within our Biology program, a group of required courses must be completed within the 60 credit Biology degree plan. This major is rigorous and lab intensive and it is recommended for students with strong interest and aptitude for lab-based science. Intro course: BIOL 112/L

Biology - Education Major

 

 

The Biology Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Biology. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Biology in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200

 

Chemistry Minor

 

The Chemistry minor provides students with a general chemistry foundation, and then expands into organic and, if desired, analytical chemistry.  This minor is rigorous and lab intensive and it is recommended for students with strong interest and aptitude for math and lab-based science. Intro course: CHEM 105/L

 

Chemistry, Intro Minor

 

The Introduction to Chemistry minor provides students with a general chemistry foundation and expands to let the student choose topics in chemistry that interests them. Labs are optional.  Students can take only lectures to learn about the science of chemistry, and if they wish to gain hands-on experience they could also take labs.  Intro course: CHEM 105/L or CHEM 100 if no prior chemistry 

Chemistry - Education Major

 

 

The Chemistry Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Chemistry. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Chemistry in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200

Computer Science Major

Computer Science Minor

 

The Computer Science major prepares students to solve technical problems using algorithms, mathematics and software. A significant focus is on software development, which touches virtually every human endeavor. Students in computer sicence learn how to approach complex problems found in science, business, math, medicine, transportation, and entertainment. Students are prepared to research new areas where computers may have a positive impact. Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 202, CIS 205, IT 280
The Computer Science minor provides students with a foundation in software development and logical thinking. After taking the core classes, students wishing to focus more on programming can take CS 301 (Algorithms & Complexity), while students who prefer a more theoretical approach should take CS 320 (Computational Theory). Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 202, CS 203, CIS 205, CIS 206

 

Conservation Biology, Intro Minor

 

The Introduction to Conservation Biology minor provides students with a foundational understanding of biology, ecology, and conservation sciences. Students will study the processes and natural laws that govern biological communities and how resources are utilized, managed, and conserved. Intro Course: BIOL 100

Exercise and Sport Science (EXS)

 

 

 

EXS-Biomedical Science Major

 

 

An Exercise Science Biomedical student graduates with the goal to encourage healthy lifestyles and create healthier communities thorughout their professional health career. It can give you a foundation a health professional needs by understanding the role physical activity plays in the prevention and treatment of chronic diseases. Intro Courses: EXS 260/L or BIOL 260/L and EXS 261 or BIOL 261/L, EXS 330

EXS-Health and Human Performance Major

 

 

Discover and apply evidence-based findings to improve health and sport performance. Become an advocate of healthy living by learning the scientific discoveries related to sports nutrition, community health, substance use, marriage and pregnancy, and physical activity in public health. Practice measurement and evaluation skills with scientific thinking to improve health and performance variables. Potential careers may be found as a community health worker or educator for global, federal, state, or local government health promotion positions. Related jobs may include working with athletes, teams, or active people in general as a strength and condition coach, personal training, or sport specialist. Intro Courses: EXS 260/L or BIOL 260/L and EXS 261 or BIOL 261/L, EXS 330

EXS-Sports and Wellness Management Major

 

 

Learn how skills in scientific thinking can aid your interest in sport and wellness management. Apply quantitative sport and health assessments in order to design, lead, and assess programs and events for sport and wellness businesses. Become familiar with gathering evidence to support company goals and objectives. Potential careers may include creating your own business, management or coordinator positions in corporate wellness settings, health tourism (medical or wellness), sports marketing, event management, and sports management. Intro Courses: EXS 260/L or BIOL 260/L and EXS 261 or BIOL 261/L, EXS 330

EXS - Education Major

 

 

The Exercise & Sport Science Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Physical Education. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Physical Education in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200

 

Health & Human Performance Minor

 

Discover and apply evidence-based findings to improve health and sport performance. Become an advocate of healthy living by learning the scientific discoveries related to sports nutrition, community health, substance use, marriage and pregnancy, and physical activity in public health. Practice measurement and evaluation skills with scientific thinking to improve health and performance variables. Related jobs may include working with athletes, teams, or active people in general as a strength and condition coach, personal training, or sport specialist. Intro Courses: EXS 177

Information Technology Major

Information Technology Minor

 

The Information Technology major graduates students that can work in virtually all types of organizations. They design, install and maintain computing infrastructures including servers, networking, network security, embedded systems, and digital communications. Career opportunities exist in business, health care, government, education, and communications. Students are also prepared for graduate studies. Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 200, CIS 202, IT 224/L, IT 240, IT 280
The Information Technology minor helps students to develop level understanding and critical thinking needed to setup and troubleshoot computer hardware, networks, and operating systems. Core classes will help you understand how IT fits within today's organizational environment and will also help with individual challenges like getting the best performance out of your wi-fi network and from your laptop. Electives are available in information security, human-computer interaction, Linux and Windows operating systems, and networking. Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 200, IT 224/L

 

Mathematics Minor

 

 

 

Mathematics, Intro Minor

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mathematics - Pure Major

 

 

The Pure track of the Mathematics BS major requires a wide variety of classes such as Calculus, Linear Algebra, Statistics, Abstract Algebra, Complex Analysis, Math Analysis, and Differential Equations. The math required in this degree will prepare them for the mathematical rigor to pursue a masters in mathematics. This track will prepare students for careers in teaching, government service, industry, and research, or graduate study in mathematics.  Intro Course: MATH 212

Mathematics - Applied Major

 

 

The Applied track of the Mathematics BS major has three parts: a core, an applied cluster, and some advanced math electives. Students that are interested in going on to graduate school in another science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) field such as physics, engineering, biostatistics, or computational mathematics will be interested in this track. This track will prepare students to obtain employment in the workforce or to pursue a master's degree in many STEM fields.  Intro Course: MATH 212

Mathematics - Education Major

 

 

The Mathematics Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Mathematics. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Mathematics in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200

 

Marine Biology, Intro Minor

 

The Introduction to Marine Biology minor will introduce students to foundational concepts in marine biology, oceanography, and Pacific natural history. Students will study how chemical and physical processes in the ocean govern and affect biological communities.  Intro course: BIOL 100

 

Natural Sciences, Intro Minor

 

The Introduction to Natural Sciences minor provides students with a range of conceptual, basic level courses designed to give each student foundational knowledge in science. The overall objective of this minor is to help students learn how science perceives and explains the world in which we live. Intro courses: SCI 201 or any PHYS, CHEM, BIOL, ASTR, GEOL, or OCEN course

 

Nutritional Science, Intro Minor

 

The Introduction to Nutritional Science minor will provide students first with a foundation in human health, chemistry, and biology followed by a deeper understanding of human physiology, behavior, and nutrition. Intro courses:  CHEM 101 or 105, BIOL 100 or 112, HLTH 115 or EXS 270

Physical Science - Education Major

 

 

The Physical Science Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Physical Science. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Physical Science in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200

Physics - Education Major

 

 

The Physics Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Physics. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Physics in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200

 

Physics, Intro Minor

 

The Introduction to Physics minor is designed for students who desire to learn introductory classical and modern physics. The three main courses, Physics 121, 220, and 221, are calculus-based.  Intro course: If a student has already taken physics in high school and has the mathematics prerequisites, he/she should begin with Physics 121; otherwise the student should begin with Physics 100, Conceptual Physics.

Political Science Major

Political Science Minor

 

The Political Science major helps students understand power and it's management in public life. Political Science majors serve their nations and the world through government service, using quantitative and qualitative analysis, written and oral communication, and critical thinking skills. Students are prepared to work and serve in many different fields in our rapidly changing world. Intro Course: POSC 101
The Political Science minor introduces students to the discipline of power, helping them understand how it is used in public settings. Political Science minors learn both qualitative and quantitative analysis. The minor augments almost any major and allows graduates to work and serve in numerous fields in our rapidly changing world. Intro Course: POSC 190, or POSC 300, or POSC 304 or MATH 121 or PSYC 205

Psychology - Clinical/Counseling Track

Psychology Minor

 

Psychology is the study of the human mind, emotions, and behavior. Psychologists observe and record the way humans and animals communicate and relate to each other and to their environments. They observe behavior, make predictions, and test hypotheses scientifically. Psychology seeks to answer important questions concerning human identity, feelings, and the reasons for behavior.  Intro Course: PSYC 111

Psychology - General/Experimental Track

 

 

 

 

Web Development Minor

 

Web development covers web design and moves into web application development. Students will learn how to create full stack (Operating Systems, Databases, Back-end and front-end) web applications. Students should be prepared to learn how to program and use that skill into developing full scale web applications. Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 202, IT 240, IS 350, CS 401

 

Professional Studies Programs

Requirement Sheets

 

Program Description

Professional Studies programs cover a wide range of disciplinary areas. They share a practical focus in helping students be well prepared for active social and civic engagement and to have the skills to help organizations and people learn and succeed.

Majors

Minors

Certificates

Accounting Major Accounting Minor  

Accounting is often called "the language of business." If you would like to study a challenging field that is great preparation for a variety of business careers, consider Accounting. One of the advantages of the accounting major is that it provides specialized training which gives you immediately saleable skills. The Accounting major also gies you general business knowledge, which is important for all business careers. Intro Courses: ACCT 201, ACCT 203

The Accounting minor program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of accounting topics that are essential to succeed in the fields of consulting, entrepreneurship, non-profit organization, public administration, law and other endeavors. Intro Courses: ACCT 201, ACCT 203

    Agile Project Management Certificate Project Management is the art and science of managing the cost, scope, schedule and quality of a project, program, and/or product. Agile Project Management (Information Systems) bridges the skills and resources of business, information technology, and computer science. Demand for this discipline has grown due to the complexities of projects in the global market place. Project Management is highligh cross-functional and is in demand in all industries from road construction to restaurant management. Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 202, CIS 305, IS 485
Business Management     The Business Management major provides students with a broad understanding of the relationships between cultures, business firms, governments, customers, and societies. The program prepares students to be contributing and successful members of the business community. Intro Courses: BUSM 180
-BUSM-Finance Major     The Business Management Finance Track's focus is on acquiring, interpreting, and analyzing accounting, economic, and financial data to facilitate decision making in corporate and investment environments to prepare students in the areas of Corporate Finance, Investments, Real Estate, Banking and Insurance. Students learn how to understand and quantify risk, make sound and ethical financial decisions in a risky environment, and design financial strategies for managing business risks. Intro Course: BUSM 180
-BUSM-Human Resources & Organizational Behavior Major     The Business Management Human Resource & Organizational Behavior track focuses on the human element of running a business. Students learn these skills in courses such as human resource management, employee relations, training and development, and organizational behavior. Intro Course: BUSM 180
-BUSM-Marketing Major     The Business Management Marketing track teaches students how to create and keep customers. It has been said that because the purpose of business is to create a customer, marketing is the distinguishing, unique function of a business. It prepares students for a wide variety of careers, including: Advertising Sales, Pulic Relations, Marketing Research and Analytics, Digital Marketing, Brand Management, Management Consulting, Entrepreneurship and Retailing. Intro Course: BUSM 180
-BUSM-Operations & Supply Chain Major     The Business Management Operations & Supply Chain Management track prepares graduates to help organizations get the right amount of product to customers at the right time. They learn how to (1) source, import, and export products; (2) make processes more efficient and effective; and (3) manage projects on budget and within schedule. Emphasis is placed on gaining marketable skills and certifications. Intro Course: BUSM 180
Business Education Major     The Business Education program offered in the secondary education teacher education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Business. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach Business in grades 7 through 12 in public and private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200
  Coaching (Exercise and Sports Science) Minor   Use knowledge in sports nutition, motor learning, exercise testing and prescription, sports officiating, coaching fundamentals, and pedagogy to help fulfill your passion to coach. Intro Courses: EXS 270, EXS 306, EXS 330
    Criminal Justice Certificate  The Criminal Justice certificate offers students a basic introduction to the field of criminal justice. Holders of the certificate will learn about the basic components of US and International criminal justice systems. They will also understand the foundations of a sucessful criminal investigation and the features of criminology. The criminal justice certificate provides students with practical knowledge related to careers in criminal justice that can help them find jobs in the field. Intro Course: CRMJ 301
    Digital Business Certificate The Digital Business certificate is a combination of courses from the Computer and Information Sciences department and the Willes Center for International Entrepreneurship. Traditional business courses do not teach many of the business tools required to start an online business or digital marketing agency. This program focuses on the skills, knowledge and digital tools required to start and grow an online business. Intro Courses: ENTR 180, ENTR 285, ENTR 485
  Digital Security Minor Digital Security Certificate

In the Digital Security minor, students acquire basic knowledge and skills in core digital areas, including computer hardware, networking, security, and ethics. Embedded throughout all courses are security principles and practices. This coursework enables students to excel in today's digitally-connected world and to bring strong value to businesses in broad but non-specific employment sectors, such as government, education, health care, manufacturing, small business, retail, et al. Intro Courses: IT 224/L, IT 280, IT 481, IT 491, CIS 470

In the Digital Security certificate, students acquire basic knowledge and skills in core digital areas, including computer hardware, ethics, and advanced networking and security. This coursework enables students to excel in today's digitally-connected world and to bring strong value to businesses in broad but non-specific employment sectors, such as government, education, health care, manufacturing, small business, retail, et al. Intro Courses: IT 224/L, IT 280, IT 480, IT 480, IT 482, IT 491, CIS 470

  Digital Technology Introduction Minor   Students who take the Introduction to Digital Technology minor acquire basic knowledge and skills in core digital areas including computer programming, web design, networking and security. This coursework enables students to excel in today's digitally-connected world and to bring strong value to businesses in broad but non-specific employment sectors, such as government, education, health care, manufacturing, small business, retail, et al. Intro Courses: CIS 101, IT 240, IT 280, IT 481
  Digital Technology Minor   Students who take the Digital Technology minor acquire basic knowledge and skills in core digital areas including computer programming, web design, networking and security. This coursework enables students to excel in today's digitally-connected world and to bring strong value to businesses in broad but non-specific employment sectors, such as government, education, health care, manufacturing, small business, retail, et al. Intro Courses: CIS 101, IT 240, IT 280, IT 481
  Economics Minor   The Economics Minor is designed to provide students with a foundation in the economic way of thinking. The program can help students interested in graduate school as well as careers in business management, teaching, government, banking, public policy, and related areas. Intro course: ECON 200
  Education Minor   Any student who wishes to have some teacher education course background may select the education minor as an option. It is complementary to many majors on campus and includes 18 credit hours of education classes which must be chosen with faculty guidance to assist in meeting the career goals of the student. Intro Course: EDU 312
Elementary Education Major     The Elementary Education program is designed to meet the performance standards established by the Hawaii Teacher Standards Board (HTSB) and to provide a classroom oriented knowledge and pedagogical base in Elementary Education. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working to teach grades Kindergarten through 6th grade in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200
  Enterprise Business Systems Minor   The Enterprise Business Systems minor provides students with a core understanding of enterprise business systems and how they are used in organizations around the world. Completion of this minor will qualify students to receive the SAP Student Recognition Award and also make them eligible to participate in the SAP TERP10 professional certification course offered at BYU-Hawaii. Intro Courses: BUSM 180, ACCT 201, IS 430
    Emergency Management Certificate The Emergency Management certificate informs students are preventing or reducing loss in the face of hazards, disasters (natural or man-made), and emergencies. Students get leadership and decision making skills that can be used in times of emergencies. Students also get practical skills and knowledge that can help them find meaningful employment within the emergency management sector. Intro Course: PMGT 360
  Entrepreneurship Minor Entrepreneurship Certificate

The Entrepreneurship minor helps students gain the knowledge, skills and judgement they need in order to start, acquire or grow a small business venture. This venture could be a for-profit, non-profit or non-governmental organization (NGO). Many of the courses in the minor help students learn how to start and run their own online business. Intro Courses: ENTR 180, ENTR 285

The Entrepreneurship certificate is awarded to those students who have taken the core entrepreneurship courses and participated in at least two conferences; Great Ideas and Empower your Dreams. These conferences include workshops which help students learn how to develop a business plan, pitch an idea and raise financing to start the new venture. Intro Courses: ENTR 180, ENTR 285

  Foundational Language Study Minor   The Foundational Language Study Minor program allows students to explore the foundation of foreign languages and their cultures and to obtain at least the intermediate level of fluency in one of the languages of choice. Intro Course: Any Language 101 course
    Governance Certificate The Governance certificate explores insights and practical skills related to the four domains of good governance: philosophical foundations; constitutional and legal frameworks; citizenship, participation, and civil society; and government and public policy. Students learn about how vision, laws, resources, proposals, and policies can reduce poverty, develop economies, manage sustainable environments, expand economic integration, raise political participation, and create legitimate and effective polities. The certificate offers a practical understanding of models and the fundamental skills required to secure a job in the field. Intro Course:  POSC 110 or POSC 322 or POSC 344
Hospitality and Tourism Management Major Hospitality and Tourism Management Minor  

The Hospitality and Tourism Management major prepares students to launch a management-track career path in the dynamic $8 trillion industry of global tourism, which employs 300 million people supporting the needs and interests of 1.2 billion leisure and business travelers. In the context of sustainable tourism principles, HTM students become familiar with the full range of career tracks in the sectors of accommodations, food and beverage, attractions and activities, and events and meetings. Intro courses: BUSM 180, HTM 133

The Hospitality and Tourism Management minor is an excellent career-focused complement to students majoring in disciplines outside of the Professional Studies Programs category. A minor in HTM establishes a pathway to an exciting career in an industry that needs young people with many different skills and interests. Intro courses: BUSM 180, HTM 133

  Human Resource Management Minor   The Human Resources minor introduces students to managing and leading people in organizations. Students will learn various functions in Human Resource management, employee relations, as well as laws governing people and organizations. Students will also learn how to manage and train others, develop their careers and work with people from diverse backgrounds. This minor will guide students as they navigate their careers in any organization or business. Intro course: BUSM 180
Information Systems Major Information Systems Minor  

Students who graduate in the Information Systems major help organizations of all types and sizes leverage their investment in technology for the strategic advantage of busiensses and non-profit organizations. IS professionals serve as the bridge between an organization's technical and business operations. Employment opportunities are abundant and include areas such as systems analysis, software project management, enterprise database design and Enterprise Resource Planning (BYUH now offers a rigorous ERP program using SAP that can lead to certification.) Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 200, CIS 202, IT 224/L, IT 240, IT 280

The Information Systems minor helps students develop skills and critical thinking to manage, design, and understand the essential tools of the information age. Courses in web design, database, and ERP systems teach students how to leverage technology, enabling increases in efficiency and improved resource management. Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 200, IT 240, IS 350

    Intercultural Peacebuilding Certificate The Intercultural Peacebuilding Certificate, seeks to refine and mold the potential of BYU-Hawaii graduates to influence peace at home, in the workplace, in communities and throughout the world. Taking advantage of the unique learning laboratory the BYU-Hawaii provides, the Intercultural Peacebuiling certificate emphasizes theories of harmony, cross cultural leadership and negotiation, and conflict resolution transformation. It's lab work and service learning component provide students with a toolbox of practical skills like mediation, facilitation, cross-cultural negotiation and field experience that not only allows them to practice and test theories, but also encourages them to give back to the community, train others and prepare themselves to be a force for good upon their return to their home countries. Intro Course: IPB 121
    International Development Certificate The International Development certificate introduces and explores the economic and political foundations of international development and the growing world of international organizations (IOs), inter-government organizations (IGOs) and non-government organizations (NGOs). The certificate equips students with practical skills and knowledge to allow them to secure employment with development-related institutions and organizations. Intro Course: POSC 362
  Leadership Minor   The Leadership minor provides students knowledge, skills and competencies to lead and manage in business, church and other organizational settings. They will learn the difference between leadership and management, how to follow, how to work in teams, and how to communicate and direct work of others effectively within any organization. They will have practical opportunities to lead and understand themselves as leadership and managers. Intro course: BUSM 180
    Legal Studies Certificate The Legal Studies certificate introduces legal practice in international settings, international legal issues, and international legal organizations. It emphasizes practical skills such as legal analysis, legal research, writing within a legal context, and document preparation and submission in a legal setting. This certificate prepares students with the basic training and skills needed to engage entry-level legal positions. Intro Course: POSC 354
  Marketing Minor   The Marketing minor prepares students for a wide variety of careers, including advertising, sales, public relations, brand management, marketing research and analytics, digital marketing, retailing, general management, business consulting and entrepreneurship. It is a perfect complement for a wide variety of majors and minors, particularly: Graphic Design, Visual Arts & Communication, English, Psychology, International Peacebuilding, Exercise & Sport Science, Computer Science and Information Systems. Intro course: BUSM 180 or ECON 200
  Mobile App Dvlpmt, Intro Minor   The Introduction to Mobile App Development minor gives students a foundation in software development and engineering, with a focus on designing and writing applications for smartphones and tablets. Intro Courses: CIS 101, CIS 200, CIS 202
    Multimedia Communication Certificate The Multimedia Communiation Certificate program provides students with an opportunity to learn to communicate effectively through different platforms, print or digital. It aims to train students with basic media production competency, coupled with good and effective message design skills. Intro course: COMM 211
  Organizational Behavior Minor   This minor will help prepare students to understand more fully how individuals and groups behave in an organization and how management decisions and structures influence employee behavior. Intro Courses: BUSM 180, PSYC 111
  Professional Writing Minor   The Professional Writing minor is available to students interested in writing in the professional world across a wide range of industries. Our goal is to help students become articulate writers who can meet the communicative needs of a modern global workplace. Intro Courses: ENGL 316, ENGL 330
  Public Management Minor   The Public Management minor helps students understand how to manage a government or non-profit organizations. The minor combines the management skills from business and the understanding of government from political sicence. Students who complete the minor will have practical skills and knowledge to help them acquire meaningful employment within the public sector. Intro Course: POSC 330
Social Work Major

Social Work Minor 

Social Work, Intro Minor

 

 

Students who graduate with a Bachelor's degree in Social Work are prepared as generalist Social Work practitioners. The beginning generalist practitioner assesses and works with populations including referrals to community resources, guides consumer populations through the planned change process, intervenes at individual, small groups and community levels and in a range of situations, conducts on-going evaluations, and makes appropriate closure. Generally students major in Social Work because they have a keen commitment to helping people individually, in small groups, in families, and/or in communities. Intro Course: SOCW 160

Students who are interested in learning more about social work, but are majoring in another subject or unsure if they would like the major in social work, are invited to enroll in the Social Work Minor or Introduction to Social Work Minor programs. Intro Course: SOCW 160

  Supply Chain & Operations Minor   The Supply Chain and Operations minor prepares students to help organizations get the right amount of product to customers at the right time. They learn how to (1) source, import, and export products; (2) make processes more efficient and effective; and (3) manage products on budget and within schedule. Emphasis is placed on gaining marketable skills and certifications. Intro Course: BUSM 180, BUSM 230
    Special Education Certificate The Special Education certificate program is designed to help prospective teachers understand the variety of mild to moderate disabilities that exist, the laws that govern education in the United States, and the current evidence-based methodologies for working effectively with individuals with disabilities in elementary and secondary classrooms. Courses provide a classroom oriented knowledge base in Special Education. Field experiences are attached to most academic professional classes in the School of Education, with the capstone experience being student teaching for students working in general education and students with special needs in grades 7 through 12 in public or private schools. Intro courses: EDU 212, EDU 200
  Sports & Wellness Management Minor   Learn how skills in scientific thinking can aid your interest in sport and wellness management. Apply quantitative sport and health assessments in order to design, lead, and assess programs and events for sport and wellness businesses. Become familiar with gathering evidence to support company goals and objectives. Potential careers may include creating your own business, management or coordinator positions in corporate wellness settings, health tourism (medical or wellness), sports marketing, event management, and sports management. Intro Courses: EXS 177
    Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Certificate

The sequence of courses in the TESOL Certificate prepares future teachers for the ESL market by addressing the major principles governing the English language, as well as the theories and practices behind effective foreign language instruction.  Intro Courses:  LING 210 & TESOL 240

  TESOL, Intro Minor  

The Introduction to TESOL minor offers foundational courses that allow students to understand the nature of the English as a Foreign language profession and their options in it. Interested individuals may subsequently pursue the TESOL Certificate, or TESOL/TESOL Education majors.  Intro Course:  TESOL 240

  Web Design, Intro Minor   This short minor will be an introduction to Web skills and is designed to help students understand the complexity and costs of developing a Web site. Students who complete this short program will be able to continue to develop their skills through material online. They will also be better positioned to be able to manage a business's Web presence. Intro Course: CIS 101, CIS 200, IT 240

 

Major, Minor, or Certificate

Breadth Category

Accounting Major Professional Studies
Accounting Minor Professional Studies
Agile Project Managment Certificate Professional Studies
Art (Graphic Design, Painting) Major Arts & Humanities
Art Education Major Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities 
Asian Studies Minor Arts & Humanities
Biochemistry Major Math & Sciences
Biochemistry Minor Math & Sciences
Biology Major
     - General Biology Emphasis
     - Marine Biology Emphasis
     - Molecular & Cell Biology Emphasis
     - Biomedical Sciences Emphasis
Math & Sciences
Biology Education Major Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
Biology Minor Math & Sciences
Business Education Professional Studies + 1 other breadth area
Business Management Major Professional Studies 
     -Finance Track Professional Studies
     -Human Resource and Organizational Behavior Track Professional Studies
     -Marketing Track Professional Studies
     -Operations and Supply Chain Management Track Professional Studies
Chemistry Minor Math & Sciences
Chemistry, Intro to Minor Math & Sciences
Chemistry Education Major Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
Chinese Minor Arts & Humanities
Coaching Minor Professional Studies
Communications Major Arts & Humanities
Communications Minor Arts & Humanities
Computer Science Major Math & Sciences
Computer Science Minor Math & Sciences
Conservation Biology, Intro Minor Math & Sciences
Creative Writing Minor Arts & Humanities
Criminal Justice Certificate Professional Studies
Cultural Anthropology Major Arts & Humanities
Cultural Anthropology Minor Arts & Humanities
Digital Business Certificate Professional Studies
Digital Security Certificate Professional Studies
Digital Security Minor Professional Studies
Digital Technology, Intro Minor Professional Studies
Digital Technology Minor Professional Studies
Economics Minor Professional Studies
Education Minor Professional Studies
Elementary Education Major Professional Studies
English Major Arts & Humanities
English Minor Arts & Humanities
English Education Major Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities 
Enterprise Business Systems Minor Professional Studies
Emergency Management Certificate Professional Studies
Entrepreneurship Certificate Professional Studies
Entrepreneurship Minor Professional Studies
Exercise and Sport Science Major  
     -Biomedical Science Math & Sciences
     -Health & Human Performance Math & Sciences
     -Sports & Wellness Management Math & Sciences
Exercise and Sports Science Education Major Professional Studies + Math & Sciences 
Film Minor Arts & Humanities
Foundational Language Study Minor Arts & Humanities or Professional Studies
Governance Certificate Professional Studies
Hawaiian Language Certificate Arts & Humanities
Hawaiian Language Minor Arts & Humanities
Hawaiian Studies Major Arts & Humanities
Hawaiian Studies Minor Arts & Humanities
Health and Human Performance Minor Math & Sciences
History Major Arts & Humanities
History Minor Arts & Humanities
History Education Major Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities 
Hospitality and Tourism Management Major Professional Studies
Hospitality and Tourism Management Minor Professional Studies
Human Resource Management Minor Professional Studies
Information Systems Major Professional Studies
Information Systems Minor Professional Studies
Information Technology Major Math & Sciences
Information Technology Minor Math & Sciences
Integrated Humanities Major Arts & Humanities
Integrated Humanities Minor Arts & Humanities
Intercultural Peacebuilding Major Arts & Humanities
Intercultural Peacebuilding Certificate Professional Studies
Interdisciplinary Studies Major Depends on Primary Emphasis
International Development Certificate Professional Studies
Japanese Minor Arts & Humanities
Leadership Minor Professional Studies
Legal Studies Certificate Professional Studies
Linguistics Minor Arts & Humanities
Marketing Minor Professional Studies
Marine Biology, Intro to Minor Math & Sciences
Mathematics Major  
     -Pure Mathematics Math & Sciences
     -Applied Mathematics Math & Sciences
Mathematics Minor Math & Sciences
Mathematics, Intro to Minor Math & Sciences
Mathematics, Elementary Minor Math & Sciences
Mathematics Education Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
Mobile App Development, Intro to Minor Professional Studies
Music Major  
     -General Music Arts & Humanities
     -Piano Performance Arts & Humanities
     -Vocal Performance Arts & Humanities
     -Instrumental Performance Arts & Humanities
     -World Music Studies Arts & Humanities
Music Minor Arts & Humanities
New Media Journalism Certificate Professional Studies
Natural Sciences, Intro to Minor Math & Sciences
Nutritional Science, Intro to Minor Math & Sciences
Organizational Behavior Minor Professional Studies
Pacific Island Studies Major Arts & Humanities
Pacific Island Studies Minor Arts & Humanities
Painting Minor Arts & Humanities
Photography/Video Minor Arts & Humanities
Physical Science Education  Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
Physics Education  Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
Physics, Intro to Math & Sciences
Piano Performance Minor Arts & Humanities
Political Science Major Math & Sciences
Political Science Minor Math & Sciences
Professional Writing Minor Professional Studies
Psychology Major Math & Sciences
Psychology Minor Math & Sciences
Public Managment Minor Professional Studies
Sculpture Minor Arts & Humanities
Secondary Education Major  
     -Art Education Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities
     -Biology Education Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
     -Business Education Professional Studies + 1 other breadth area
     -Chemistry Education Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
     -English Education Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities
     -History Education Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities
     -Mathematics Education Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
     -Exercise and Sports Science Education Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
     -Physical Science Education Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
     -Physics Education Professional Studies + Math & Sciences
     -Social Sciences Education Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities
     -Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Education  Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities
Social Science Education  Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities 
Spanish Minor Arts & Humanities
Special Education Certificate Professional Studies
Sports & Wellness Management Minor Professional Studies
Social Work Major Professional Studies
Social Work, Intro Minor Professional Studies
Social Work Minor Professional Studies
Strategic Communication Certificate Professional Studies
Teaching English to Speakers of other Languages (TESOL) Major Arts & Humanities
TESOL Certificate Professional Studies
TESOL, Intro Minor  Professional Studies
TESOL Education Major Professional Studies + Arts & Humanities
Theatre Minor Arts & Humanities
Visual Arts Arts & Humanities
Web Design, Intro Minor Professional Studies
Web Development Math & Sciences

Degree

Requirement Sheet

Associates of Art & SciencesAAS 2014    AAS 2015    AAS 2017
Associates of Science in Business ManagementBUSMAS 2014    BUSMAS 2015    BUSMAS 2017

Starting Winter Semester 2014 the AAS degree became available to be pursued as a Distance Learning degree by students who do not come to campus to study.  Starting Winter 2016-17 this program is currently not accepting new students.  Those who have begun may finish their program.

Starting with the 2017 curriculum, no certificates will be granted in conjunction with the awarding of an Associates Degree.

Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree

The Associate of Arts and Sciences degree can be completed in one to two years and provides an option for students whose plans prevent them from continuing on towards a Bachelors degree with our university. A 12-credit minimum emphasis cluster is the focal point of the degree, supplemented and enhanced by a large portion of general education coursework.

AAS Degree Requirements for new students starting Fall 2017:

  • Two programs in a different category and a different department from each other
  • General Education Core Requirements as follows (refer to GE requirements page for specific course choices):
    • Math Requirement (MATH 107, Statistics, or Calculus)
    • ENGL 101
    • 2 Core Religion Courses (REL 200, 225, 250, or 275) and two other 2 credit REL courses (total of 8 credits; 2 credits must be from BYUH)
    • At least 15 credits of courses from BYUH
    • A total of 60 credits overall
    • D credit (D+, D, or D-) is limited to 6 credits overall, with up to 3 credits in the cluster, and none of the classes that are prerequisites
    • Cluster GPA must be 2.0 or higher
    • Cumulative GPA must be 2.0 or higher

 

AAS Degree Requirements for new students starting Fall 2015:

  • One emphasis area cluster of at least 12 credits
  • General Education Requirements as follows (refer to GE requirements page for specific course choices):
    • Math or Language Track
    • ENGL 101
    • GE 100 (or Hist 201 or Hist 202 or HIST 192 or HIST 305 or HIST 344 or HWST 101 or PAIS 105 or PAIS 300)
    • GE 110 (or Engl 201 or Engl 314/315 or POSC 190 or ENGL 251)
    • GE 120 (or any 100 level science or PSYC 111 or OCEN 201)
    • Exercise Science (any 100-level EXS class or EXS 200R/201R
    • Humanities & Culture choice
    • Science/Technology choice
    • Social Science choice
  • 2 Core Religion Courses (REL 200, 225, 250, 275) and two other 2 credit REL courses (total of 8 credits; 2 credits must be from BYUH)
  • At least 15 credits of courses from BYUH
  • No double-dipping within the degree
  • A total of 60 credits overall
  • D credit (D+, D, D-) is limited to 6 credits overall, with up to 3 credits in the cluster, and none of the classes that are prerequisites
  • Cluster GPA must be 2.0 or higher
  • Cumulative GPA must be 2.0 or higher

 

AAS Degree Requirements up to Fall 2015:

  • One emphasis area cluster of at least 12 credits
  • General Education Requirements as follows (refer to GE requirements page for specific course choices):
    • Fundamental Math
    • Math or Language Track
    • ENGL 101
    • ENGL 201
    • EXS 177 or EXS 129
    • Artistic Expression choice
    • BIOL 100 or BIOL 112
    • Physical Science choice
    • Human Environment choice
    • HIST 201 or HIST 202
  • REL 121, REL 122, and two other 2 credit REL courses (total of 8 credits; min 2 credits from BYUH)
  • At least 15 credits of courses from BYUH
  • A total of 60 credits overall
  • D credit (D+, D, D-) is limited to 6 credits overall, with up to 3 credits in the cluster, and none of the classes that are prerequisites
  • Cluster GPA must be 2.0 or higher
  • Cumulative GPA must be 2.0 or higher

 


Associate of Science in Business Management

BUSM Degree Requirements for new students starting Fall 2017:

  • One Approved Program or Certificate (15-16 Credits)
    • HR Minor (16) or Marketing Minor (15) or HTM Minor (16) or Leadership Minor (15-16)
  • A Second Approved Program or Certificate in Arts & Humanities or Math & Science (except Economics Minor) (12 Credits Minimum)
  • General Education Core Requirements as follows (refer to GE requirements page for specific course choices):
    • Math Requirement (MATH 107, Statistics, or Calculus)
    • ENGL 101
    • 2 Core Religion Courses (REL 200, 225, 250, or 275) and two other 2 credit REL courses (total of 8 credits; 2 credits must be from BYUH)
    • At least 15 credits of courses from BYUH
    • A total of 60 credits overall
    • D credit (D+, D, or D-) is limited to 6 credits overall, with up to 3 credits in the cluster, and none of the classes that are prerequisites
    • Cluster GPA must be 2.0 or higher
    • Cumulative GPA must be 2.0 or higher

 

BUSM Degree Requirements for new students starting Fall 2015:

General Business Foundation Courses (12 Credits)

  • BUSM 180 (3)
  • BUSM 232 (1.5)
  • ACCT 231 (1.5)
  • ACCT 201 (3)
  • ACCT 203 (3)
  • Business Related Cluster (12 Credits)
  • General Education (28 Credits) - Please See General Education for further details
    • MATH 221 (3)
    • ENGL 101 (3)
    • GE 100 (or Hist 201 or Hist 202 or HIST 192 or HWST 101 or PAIS 105) (3)
    • GE 110 (or Engl 201 or Engl 314/315 or POSC 190 or ENGL 251) (3)
    • GE 120 (or any 100 level science or PSYC 111) (3)
    • Exercise Science (any 100-level EXS class or EXS 200R/201R) (3)
    • Humanities & Culture choice (3)
    • Science/Technology choice (3)
    • Social Science choice (3)
    • ECON 200 (3)
  • 2 Core Religion Courses (REL 200, 225, 250, 275) and two other 2 credit REL courses (total of 8 credits)
  • Student must have a total of at least 60 credits before graduating
  • Student must have taken at least 15 credits in residence at BYU Hawaii
  • Please see the School of Business for further details

BUSM Degree Requirements up to Fall 2015:

General Business Foundation Courses (12 Credits)

  • BUSM 180 (3)
  • BUSM 232 (1.5)
  • ACCT 231 (1.5)
  • ACCT 201 (3)
  • ACCT 203 (3)
  • Business Related Cluster (12 Credits)
  • General Education (28 Credits) - Please See General Education for further details
    • MATH 221 (3)
    • ENGL 101 (3)
    • ENGL 201 (3)
    • ECON 200 (3)
    • One Fundamental Mathematics Course (3)
    • EXS 177 (1) -OR- EXS 129 (2)
    • One Artistic Expression Course (3)
    • One Biological Science Course (3)
    • One Physical Science Course (3)
    • One History of Civilizations Course (3)
  • Religion (8 Credits)
    • REL 121 (2)
    • REL 122 (2)
    • 4 Additional REL Credits of Choice
  • Student must have a total of at least 60 credits before graduating
  • Student must have taken at least 15 credits in residence at BYU–Hawaii
  • No double-dipping within the degree
  • Please see the School of Business for further details

 

Majors

Accounting ACCT 2000-01 ACCT 03-04 ACCT 05-06 ACCT 2012 ACCT 2015 ACCT 2016 ACCT 2017          
Art ART 2005-06 ART 2011 ART 2013 ART 2014 ART 2015 ART 2016 ART 2017          
Art Education ARTED 2003-04

ARTED 2005

ARTED 2006 ARTED 2007 ARTED 08-09 ARTED 2010 ARTED 2011 ARTED 2013 ARTED 2014 ARTED 2015 ARTED 2016 ARTED 2017
Biochemistry BIOCHEM 2005-06 BIOCHEM 2010 BIOCHEM 2013 BIOCHEM 2014 BIOCHEM 2015 BIOCHEM 2016 BIOCHEM 2017          
Biology BIO 2005-07 BIO 2010 BIO 2014 BIO 2015 BIO 2016 BIO 2017            
Biology Education BIOED 2003-05 BIOED 2006 BIOED 07-08 BIOED 2009 BIOED 2010 BIOED 2014 BIOED 2015 BIOED 2016 BIOED 2017      
Business Management BUSM 2009 BUSM 2012 BUSM 2013 BUSM 2014 BUSM 2015 BUSM 2016 BUSM 2017          
Business Education BED 2003-04 BED 2005 BED 2007 BED 08-09 BED 2010 BED 2015 BED 2016 BED 2017        
Chemistry Education CHED 2003-04 CHED 05-06 CHED 2007 CHED 2010 CHED 2013 CHED 2014 CHED 2015 CHED 2016 CHED 2017      
Computer and Info Sciences CIS 2001-02 CIS 03-04 CIS 2005 CIS 2005-06 CIS 2008 CIS 2009 CIS 2010 CIS 2012 CIS 2014 CIS 2015 CIS 2016 CIS 2017
Dual-Special Ed and Elementary Ed DSEDED 2005 DSEDED 2007 DSEDED 2008-09 DSEDED 2010                
Elementary Education ELED 2003-04 ELED 2005-06 ELED 2007 ELED 2008-09 ELED 2010 ELED 2011 ELED 2014 ELED 2015 ELED 2016 ELED 2017    
English ENG 2005-06 ENG 2014 ENG 2015 ENG 2016 ENG 2017              
English Education ENGED 2003-04 ENGED 2005 ENGED 2010 ENGED 2015 ENGED 2016 ENGED 2017            
Exercise Science EXS 2005-07 EXS 2010 EXS 2011 EXS 2014 EXS 2015 EXS 2016 EXS 2017          
General Education GED 2014 GED 2016 GED 2017 GED 2018                
Hawaiian Studies HWST 2002-03 HWST 2003-05 HWST 2008 HWST 2015 HWST 2017              
History HIS 2001-03 HIS 2003-05 HIS 2010 HIS 2014 HIS 2015 HIS 2016 HIS 2017          
History Education HED 2003-04 HED 05-06 HED 2007 HED 2010 HED 2015 HED 2016 HED 2017          
Hospitality and Tourism Management HTM 2002-03 HTM 03-04 HTM 05-06 HTM 2012 HTM 2014 HTM 2015 HTM 2016 HTM 2017        
International Cultural Studies ICS 2001-03 ICS 2004 ICS 2005 ICS 2005-06 ICS 2010 ICS 2011 ICS 2013 ICS 2014 ICS 2015 ICS 2016    
Interdisciplinary Studies IDS 2005 IDS 2013 IDS 2014 IDS 2016                
International Business Management IBM 2003-04 IBM 05-06                    
Mathematics MATH 2001-02 MATH 2003-04 MATH 2005 MATH 2008 MATH 2012 MATH 2014 MATH 2015 MATH 2016 MATH 2017      
Math Education MATHED 2001-02 MATHED 2003 MATHED 2005  MATHED 2006 MATHED 2007 MATHED 2010 MATHED 2014 MATHED 2015 MATHED 2016 MATHED 2017    
Music MUSC 2006 MUSC 2014 MUSC 2015 MUSC 2016 MUSC 2017              
Music Education MUSED 2003-05 MUSED 2005 MUSED 2006 MUSED 2007                
Pacific Island Studies PAIS 1993-01 PAIS 1993-06 PAIS 2008 PAIS 2013 PAIS 2014 PAIS 2015 PAIS 2016 PAIS 2017        
Physical Science Education PSED 2003 PSED 2006 PSED 2007 PSED 2010 PSED 2013 PSED 2014 PSED 2015 PSED 2016 PSED 2017      
Physics Education PHSED 2005 PHSED 2006 PHSED 2007 PHSED 2010 PHSED 2015 PHSED 2016 PHSED 2017          
Political Science POLSCI 1999-02 POLSCI 02-05 POLSCI 2011 POLSCI 2012 POLSCI 2013 POLSCI 2014 POLSCI 2015 POLSCI 2016 POLSCI 2017      
Psychology PSY 2001 PSY 2002-05  PSY 2010 PSY 2013 PSY 2014 PSY 2015 PSY 2016 PSY 2017        
Secondary Education SED 2005                      
Social Science Education SSED 2003-04 SSED 05-06 SSED 2010 SSED 2014  SSED 2015 SSED 2016 SSED 2017          
Social Work SW 2000-02 SW 06-07 SW 08-09 SW 2010 SW 2011 SW 2013 SW 2015 SW 2016 SW 2017      
Special Education SPED 2005-06 SPED 2016                    
TESOL TESOL 2005-06 TESOL 2008-11 TESOL 2009 TESOL 2011 TESOL 2012 TESOL 2015 TESOL 2017          
TESOL Education TESOLED 2003-05 TESOLED 2010 TESOLED 2014 TESOLED 2015                
University Studies UNIS 2009 UNIS 2014 UNIS 2016                  

Minors

Accounting ACCT 2006 ACCT 2014 ACCT 2015 ACCT 2017      
App Development APPDEV 2017            
Art ART 2011            
Asian Studies ASIANST 2007 ASIANST 2009 ASIANST 2011 ASIANST 2014 ASIANST 2015 ASIANST 2016 ASIANST 2017
Biochemistry BIOCHEM 2005 BIOCHEM 2010 BIOCHEM 2014 BIOCHEM 2016 BIOCHEM 2017 BIOCHEM 2018  
Biology BIOL 2010 BIOL 2014 BIOL 2016 BIOL 2017      
Biological Science BIOLSC 2010            
Chemistry  CHEM 2005 CHEM 2009 CHEM 2014 CHEM 2016 CHEM 2017 CHEM 2018  
Chinese CHIN 2009 CHIN 2014 CHIN 2015 CHIN 2016 CHIN 2017    
Communication COMM 2017            
Computer and Info Sciences CIS 2010 CIS 2014 CIS 2015 CIS 2016 CIS 2017    
Conservation Biology CONSBIOL 2017            
Creative Writing CRWR 2006 CRWR 2014 CRCW 2015 CRWR 2017      
Cultural Anthropology CULTANTH 2017            
Digital Security DIGSEC 2017            
Digital Technology DIGTEC 2017            
Economics ECON 2010 ECON 2015 ECON 2016 ECON 2017      
Education EDU 2011 EDU 2014 EDU 2015 EDU 2016 EDU 2017    
EIL  EIL 2010 EIL 2015 EIL 2017        
English ENGL 2009 ENGL 2016 ENGL 2017        
Entrepreneurship ENTR 2013 ENTR 2015 ENTR 2017        
Enterprise Business System EBS 2017            
EXS EXS 2009            
EXS Coaching  EXSCOA 2009 EXSCOA 2015 EXSCOA 2017        
Film FILM 2017            
Hawaiian Language HAWN 2017            
Hawaiian Studies HWST 2008 HWST 2014 HWST 2017        
Health & Human Performance HHP 2017            
History HIST 2008 HIST 2014 HIST 2015 HIST 2017 HIST 2018    
HTM  HTM 2010 HTM 2016 HTM 2017 HTM 2018      
Humanities HUM 2017            
Human Resource HR 2017 HR 2018          
ICS ICS 2010 ICS 2012 ICS 2013 ICS 2014 ICS 2015 ICS 2017  
Intro to Art INART 2017            
Intro to Chemistry INCHEM 2017 INCHEM 2018          
Intro to Conservation Biology INCB 2018            
Intro to Digital Technology INDT 2017            
Intro to Marine Biology INMB 2017            
Intro to Mathematics INMATH 2017            
Intro to Natural Sciences INNS 2017            
Intro to Nutritional Science INNTS 2017 INNTS 2018          
Intro to Physics INPHYS 2017 INPHYS 2018          
Intro to Tesol INTESOL 2017            
Intro to Web Design INWD 2017            
Japanese JAPAN 2009 JAPAN 2011 JAPAN 2014 JAPAN 2015 JAPAN 2016 JAPAN 2017  
Language LANG 2017            
Leadership LEAD 2017            
Linguistics LING 2010 LING 2014 LING 2015 LING 2016 LING 2017    
Marketing MARKT 2017 MARKT 2018          
Math MATH 2008 MATH 2014 MATH 2015 MATH 2017      
Math Elementary MATHEL 2017            
Music MUSC 2005 MUSC 2014 MUSC 2015 MUSC 2016 MUSC 2017    
Music Piano MUSCPI 2017            
Organizational Behavior ORGBEH 2009 ORGBEH 2014 ORGBEH 2015 ORGBEH 2017      
Pacific Islands Studies PAIS 2008 PAIS 2012 PAIS 2013 PAIS 2014 PAIS 2017    
Painting  PAINT 2017            
Photography Video PHVI 2017 PHVI 2018          
Polynesian Studies POLYST 2008            
Political Science POSC 2009 POSC 2014 POSC 2015 POSC 2017 POSC 2018    
Professional Writing PFWT 2016 PFWT 2017 PFWT 2018        
Psychology PSYC 2009 PSYC 2014 PSYC 2015 PSYC 2016 PSYC 2017    
Public Management PUMANAG 2009 PUMANAG 2014 PUMANAG 2015 PUMANAG 2016 PUMANAG 2017 PUMANAG 2018  
Sculpture  SCUL 2017            
Social Work SOCW 2011 SOCW 2017          
Sociology SOCG 2011 SOCG 2013 SOCG 2014 SOCG 2015      
Spanish SPAN 2009 SPAN 2014 SPAN 2015 SPAN 2016 SPAN 2017 SPAN 2018  
Supply Chain & Operations SCOP 2018            
Theater THEA 2007 THEA 2014 THEA 2017        
Tesol TESOL 2011 TESOL 2014 TESOL 2015        
Visual Arts VIART 2018            
Web Development WDEV 2017            

Certificates

 

Agile Project Management APM 2017          
American Sign Language ASL 2013 ASL 2016 ASL 2017      
Applied Anthropology APANTH 2013 APANTH 2014 APANTH 2015 APANTH 2016    
Ceramic CERA 2013          
Criminal Justice CRIJUS 2015 CRIJUS 2016 CRIJUS 2017      
Cultural Resource Management CRM 2011 CRM 2013        
Digital Business DIGBUS 2017          
Digital Humanities DIGHUM 2010 DIGHUM 2013 DIGHUM 2014 DIGHUM 2015    
Digital Security DIGSEC 2017          
ELED Post Baccalaureate ELED 2015 ELED 2017        
Emergency Management EMERMANG 2014 EMERMANG 2017        
Entrepreneurship ENTR 2011 ENTR 2013 ENTR 2015 ENTR 2017    
Governance GOV 2017          
Graphic Design GPCDES 2013 GPCDES 2014 GPCDES 2015 GPCDES 2016 GPCDES 2017  
Hawaiian Language HWN 2017          
Intructional Media Design IMD 2013          
International Development INTERDEV 2014 INTERDEV 2015 INTERDEV 2016 INTERDEV 2017    
Legal Studies LEGSTU 2014 LEGSTU 2015 LEGSTU 2016 LEGSTU 2017    
New Media Journalism NMJ 2013 NMJ 2014 NMJ 2015 NMJ 2017    
Painting PAINT 2013 PAINT 2014 PAINT 2015 PAINT 2017    
Peacebuilding PEACE 2007 PEACE 2013 PEACE 2014 PEACE 2015 PEACE 2016 PEACE 2017
Photography/Video PHOTOVID 2013 PHOTOVID 2014 PHOTOVID 2015 PHOTOVID 2017    
Physical Education PHYSED 2011          
Post Baccalaureate Teaching PBACC 2010 PBACC 2014 PBACC 2016 PBACC 2017    
Sculpture SCULPT 2013 SCULPT 2014 SCULPT 2017      
Special Education  SPECED 2015 SPECED 2017        
Strategic Communication STRCOMM 2013 STRCOMM 2014 STRCOMM 2015 STRCOMM 2017    
Teacher Education TEACH 2015 TEACH 2016 TEACH 2017      
TESOL TESOL 2007 TESOL 2014 TESOL 2015 TESOL 2016 TESOL 2017

 

Associates

Arts Sciences ARTSC 2009 ARTSC 2014 ARTSC 2015 ARTSC 2016 ARTSC 2017
Business Management BUSM 2010 BUSM 2014 BUSM 2015 BUSM 2017