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ART 472 Art of the United States (3)

Emphasis on the 18th and 19th centuries. Pre: 176 or AMST 202 or consent. (Cross-listed as AMST 456)

ASTR 777 Star Formation (2)

Molecular clouds, collapse processes, physics of circumstellar disks and accretion, properties of young stars, outflows and jets, formation of binaries, extrasolar planets and planet formation, meteorites and the early solar system. Pre: graduate standing or consent. (Alt. years: spring)

CHEM 622 Organometallics I (3)

Reactivity and reaction mechanisms of compounds containing metalcarbon bonds. Pre: 352 and 427.

CEE 486 Structural Steel Design (3)

Basic properties of steel; behavior and design of steel beams, columns, and connections; introduction to rigid frames. Pre: 381.

COM 695 Communication Practicum (V)

Supervised work experience, study of an organization, and career planning. Required of Plan B students in the main communication program. Repeatable up to six credits. CR/NC only. Pre: 611 and 612, or consent.

DNCE 470 Dance Performance (1)

Performance in various dance styles and settings. Repeatable eight times. Pre: audition or consent.

ENG 421 Studies in Comparative Literature (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in the field of comparative literature. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

ES 493 Oral History: Theory and Practice (3)

Literature and methodology; project design. Students develop and execute an oral history project. Junior standing or consent. (Cross-listed as ANTH 493)

FIN 460 Special Topics in Finance, Real Estate or Insurance (3)

Study and discussion of significant topics and problems in the field of finance and finance-related fields. Repeatable two times in different topics. Pre: BUS 314 (with a minimum grade of B) or consent.

HIST 288 Survey of Pacific Islands History (3)

Survey of Pacific Islands from pre-colonial to modern times; early settlement, cultural contact, colonization, contemporary problems.

ITM 699 Directed Research (3)

Reading and research in ITM under the direction of a faculty member. A-F only.

IS 399 Directed Reading and Research (V)

Directed reading and research. Repeatable two times.

JPN 466 Readings in Classical Japanese (3)

Introduction to major genres of prose and poetry. Repeatable one time with permission. Pre: 461 or consent.

KRS 305 Principles of Sports Medicine (3)

Examines with some depth, principles of risk management and pathology of athletic injuries, major musculoskeletal structures, and concepts of evaluative skills, treatment, and rehabilitation for common athletic injuries. A-F only. Repeatable one time.

LIS 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individualized program of directed reading and/ or research outside the scope of regularly titled courses. Enrollment requires approval before end of previous semester, with specification of goals, work requirements, number of credits, rationale. Repeatable unlimited times, credit earned up to six credits.

MKT 381 International Marketing (3)

Principles and topics related to international marketing, with emphasis on strategic planning and applications. Pre: BUS 312 or consent.

ME 213 Introduction to Engineering Design (3)

(1 Lec, 2 2-hr Lab) Introductory experience in communication, presentation, professional ethics, social responsibility, engineering economics, quality control, and computer-aided drafting. Teamwork and project required. Pre: PHYS 170.

MEDT 499 Directed Reading and Research (V)

Repeatable one time.

NSCI 505 Physics Workshop for Teachers (V)

Major concepts of physics taught by means of hands-on conceptual activities for elementary and secondary teachers. Restricted to in-service teachers, or consent. Repeatable one time. (Cross-listed as PHYS 505)

OCN 450 Aquaculture Production (3)

Theory and practice of aquaculture: reproduction, yield trials, management, economics, and business case studies of fish, crustaceans, and molluscs. Field classes held at commercial farm and hatchery. Pre: ANSC 321 and ANSC 445: or BIOL 172/172L and CHEM 162/162L or higher. (Cross-listed as ANSC 450)

POLS 675 Topics in Public Policy (3)

Particular political processes, specific political institutions, or particular policy area. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

PH 671 Community and Public Health Practice (2)

Community organization and development applicable to the delivery of health services. Understanding community dynamics, mobilizing community groups for effective health care practice and delivery. Pre: 647 or consent. (Cross-listed as SW 674)

PLAN 615 Housing (3)

Housing delivery systems as an aspect of urban and regional planning.

ACC 416 Special Topics in Accounting (3)

Addresses current issues impacting the accounting profession. Topics vary each semester. Repeatable three times. MBA and MACC majors only. Pre: 323.

AMST 460 Early 20th Century American Art (3)

American art in the first half of the 20th century and its impact on American culture. Junior standing or higher. Pre: ART 176 or consent. (Alt. years: fall) (Cross-listed as ART 460)

ANTH 220 Quantitative Reasoning for Anthropologists (3)

Achieve basic quantitative literacy and to familiarize them with statistical reasoning so that they are prepared to carry out anthropological (and other social science) research. A-F only.

ARAB 302 Third-Level Arabic II (3)

Continuation of third-level Arabic I. Emphasis on developing writing and interaction ability at advanced levels of proficiency. Course includes extensive reading, composition exercises, listening skills, conversation practice and extensive review of Arabic grammar.
Developing fluency is the main objective of this course. Classes meet 3 hours weekly. Pre: 301 (or equivalent), or consent.

ASAN 308 Chinese Political Economy (3)

Interdisciplinary review and analysis of the social and political issues in contemporary China, the interchange between state and society in national policies, the relationship between cultural tradition and technological modernization in the social
transformation process. A-F only. Pre: sophomore standing or higher, or consent. (Cross-listed as POLS 308)

BIOL 480 Life in the Soil Environment (3)

An interdisciplinary study of the diverse life in the soil beneath our feet that includes bacteria, fungi, protists, nematodes, arthropods, invertebrate, viruses, and the essential functional roles these organisms contribute to sustainability of the planet. Repeatable one time. Pre: 375 or TPSS/PEPS/SUST 371, or MICR 351, or consent. (Cross-listed as TPSS 480)

BUS 477 Dynamics of Asian Finance (6)

Analysis of selected key industries of Asian countries: business/ economic trends, shifting product mix, technological changes, joint ventures, international competition, and productivity strategy, including contrasting management styles, worker/management relationships, and decision-making processes under different cultural settings. Industry observations conducted in Asian countries for three weeks during the summer. Pre: 6 credit hours of economics or business, PAMI participant; or consent.

EDCS 495 Difficulties in Learning Mathematics (3)

Identification, analysis, and remediation of difficulties in learning mathematics. Pre: consent.

EALL 282 Korean Literature in Translation– Modern (3)

Survey of 20th-century Korean literature with emphasis on development and cultural context; all readings in English translation. Students write essays about the readings.

ECON 670 Labor Economics I (3)

Supply of and demand for labor; implications for labor markets and unemployment level. Pre: 606 or consent.

GEOG 750 Research Seminar: Biogeography (3)

GER 201 Intermediate German (3)

Conversation, grammar, reading and writing. Pre: 102.

HAW 499 Directed Studies (V)

Study of Hawaiian language through vernacular readings in various academic fields. Repeatable up to 6 credits. Pre: 302 and consent.

ZOOL 699 Directed Research (V)

Directed research and reading in various fields of zoology. Repeatable unlimited times.

WS 375 Women and the Media (3)

Media
portrayal of women and men; role of the media in
reproducing gender inequality. Women as producers
and consumers of media. Feminist alternatives to
mainstream media. Pre: one of 151, 362, SOC 362.

ICS 101 Digital Tools for the Information World (4)

Fundamental information technology concepts and computing terminology, productivity software for problem solving, computer technology trends and impact on individuals and society. Emphasizes the utilization of operating systems and the production of professional documents, spreadsheets, etc.

KRS 608 Muscular Strength and Power Development (3)

Interpretation of scientific principles of muscular strength and power development. Examination of muscular adaptations to increased and decreased use. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

KOR 486 (Alpha) Korean for Academic Purposes (V)

Content taught in Korean by professional school Korean faculty and flagship instructor in domain of (B) economics; (C) political science; (D) computer science; (E) engineering; (F) travel industry management; (G) business; (H) law; (I) medicine; (J) nursing and public health, and (K) others. Repeatable one time. Pre: 402 or consent.

LAW 503 Historic Preservation Law (V)

Introduction to the protection of cultural, archaeological, and historical resources with emphasis on key federal and state laws. (Once a year)

LWPA 556 Asian Comparative Labor Law (V)

Area studies of Asian legal systems and issues, focusing on administration of Asian labor laws in a comparative context. Possible effects on foreign direct investment and foreign migrant contract workers. Comparison of Chinese, Japanese and other legal approaches in dealing with common issues.

MUS 127 (Alpha) Asian Music Performance Class (1)

Basic principles of performance of Asian music. Relevant problems in literature at elementary level. (B) koto; (C) shamisen; (E) shakuhachi. Cannot be audited. Pre: consent.

MUS 230 (Alpha) Elementary Applied Music, Ethnic (V)

Instruction in instrumental performance at elementary level. Study of works representative of literature. (B) koto; (C) shamisen; (E) Hawaiian chant; (F) shakuhachi; (I) other. Repeatable for four semesters. A-F only. Pre: audition or consent.

NURS 671 Biostatistics: Application in the Advanced Nursing Practice Setting (3)

Includes basic bio-statistical techniques and the application of statistical findings to practice programmatic decisions. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing in the Department of Nursing or consent. (Once a year)

PACE 470 Advocating for Children: Rights and Welfare (3)

Multi-disciplinary advocacy for children’s rights and welfare in various social and political systems; the role of families, justice, economics, media, race, culture, environment on policy-making for children. Sophomore standing or higher. Pre: any 200-level DS course.

PHIL 735 Seminar on Philosophical Periods (3)

Close study of a period of significant and connected philosophical activity within a philosophic tradition. Repeatable two times with consent. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

PEPS 690 Seminar in Entomology (1)

Seminars on research and topics in entomology. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

PSY 675 Treatment Research (3)

Idiographic and nomothetic approaches to clinical treatment research methods and findings. Pre: 670 (or concurrent) and 671, or consent.

REL 443 Anthropology of Buddhism (3)

Selected aspects of national, regional and local manifestations of Buddhism are explored through the perspective of anthropology with an emphasis on the daily lives of monks, nuns and lay persons in their socio-cultural contexts. Pre: 207, 422, 475, or consent. (Alt. years) (Cross-listed as ANTH 443)

SW 797 Advanced Social Welfare Policy Analysis and Change (3)

Builds on 630 and emphasizes a more thorough and comprehensive examination of major policies, programs, and populations central to a concentration (Health, Mental Health, Gerontology, Child and Family). Students learn a more focused and applied analysis of the relationship between social policy, research, and social work practice. SW majors only. A-F only. Pre: 606 and 607; 630 and 631; 640 and 650; 659 and 660; 690 and 691.

SPED 462 (Alpha) Assessment, Planning, and Instruction for Students with Severe Disabilities/ Autism (V)

Techniques in the assessment, planning, and instructional process appropriate for students with severe disabilities. Focus on program development to facilitate the inclusion of students with disabilities into general education settings. (B) elementary/special education, V credits; (C) early childhood/special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable up to six credits for (B). A-F only. Pre: 304 (with a minimum grade of B).

THAI 104 Beginning Conversational Thai II (2)

Continuation of 103. Development of basic skills (listening, speaking, and grammar) of spoken Thai. Regular online lab work and review of audiovisual materials. Not open to students who have taken 102. Pre: 103 and 105, or 101. Co-requisite: 106.

THEA 499 Directed Work (V)

Individual projects; tutorial. Repeatable two times. Pre: consent.

TIM 321 Sociocultural Issues in Tourism (3)

Issues arising from the impacts of tourism on societies and cultures. Class discussions of the ethical dimensions of such impacts. Includes an emphasis on writing instruction. TIM majors only. Pre: 101.

TPSS 353 Landscape Graphics Studio (4)

Basic skills of landscape graphic communication through a creative process model. Learning free hand and technical drafting techniques to creative effective landscape graphics. Pre: consent. (Alt. years) (Cross-listed as ARCH 353)

ART 473 Art of the First Half of 20th Century (3)

Development of modern art in Europe 1900–1939. Pre: 176 or consent.

ASTR 790 Astro-ph Seminar (1)

Seminar discussions of the most recent research papers covering all areas of astronomy. Student lead discussion sessions and discuss papers of their choice during the semester. ASTR majors only. Graduate students only. CR/NC only. (Fall only)

CHEM 623 Coordination Chemistry (3)

Survey of Lewis acids and bases, coordination numbers, geometries, stereochemistry, ligand field theory, formation constants, and bioinorganic chemistry. Pre: 601 and 602 (or concurrent).

CEE 489 (Alpha) Senior Topics (V)

(B) Surveying and AutoCAD (2 cr.) Basics of surveying and AutoCAD for civil engineering projects; (C) Professional ethics (1 cr.) Engineering ethics, ethical decision making and deliberation. A-F only. Senior standing. Pre: 305. (Fall only)

COM 699 Directed Reading and Research (V)

Individual reading and/or research. Repeatable up to six credits. Pre: consent.

DNCE 471 Improvisation II (1)

Advanced-level dance improvisation. Repeatable two times. Pre: 370 or consent.

EDEP 607 Nonparametric Methods for Behavioral Science (3)

Conditions for valid applications of nonparametric statistical techniques in education and behavioral sciences; theoretical and methodological perspectives. (Cross-listed as PSY 615)

EE 609 Computer and Network Security (3)

Basic security theory, current practices, and emerging research issues. First covering the fundamentals of computer and network security, then will work on research projects on computer and network security

ENG 427 Studies in Literary Criticism and Theory (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in the field of literary criticism and critical theory. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

ES 495 Hawai‘i’s Labor History (3)

Conditions of work under varying political, social, and economic transformations in Hawai‘i; anthropological, sociological, and historic data. Pre: one DS or DH course or consent.

FIN 467 Seminar in Financial Planning (3)

A capstone course for financial services and planning track. This is a case study course intended to provide students the opportunity to integrate concepts from earlier courses and develop a comprehensive view of the financial planning process. A-F only. Pre: 301 and 311 and two of the following courses: 490E, 490F, ACC 401, INS 300.

FR 399 Directed Reading (V)

Independent study of approved reading with faculty supervision. Repeatable two times. A-F only. Pre: consent.

HIST 294 History of the Philippines (3)

Traces developments in Philippine history and society from precolonial to contemporary times and explores ways in which the peoples of the Philippines embraced, resisted or negotiated new modes of thought, behavior and social organization influenced by the Spanish, American, and Japanese regimes as well as the postcolonial global order.

IS 400 Ocean Internships and Research (V)

Students carry out marine-related internships, practica, research projects or field experience on-or off-campus with faculty guidance. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: minimum cum GPA of 2.5, junior or senior standing in any field of study and IS 100/BIOL 104 or consent, project proposal. (Cross-listed as BIOL 400)

JPN 471 Okinawan Language and Culture (3)

Focuses on the language, heritage, and folk culture of Okinawa. Pre: 202, 205, or consent.

KRS 310 Coaching of Football (2)

Theory and strategy of offensive and defensive football coaching. Emphasis on coaching philosophy, selecting and developing an offense and defense, organizing practices, special situations, scouting, and training and conditioning. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

LIS 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research for master’s thesis. Repeatable nine times. Pre: 695.

MKT 391 Marketing Strategies (3)

Decision-making by the marketing executive; integration of all elements of the marketing program based on actual business situations. Pre: 311, 321; or consent.

ME 271 Applied Mechanics II (3)

Dynamics of particles and rigid bodies; force, acceleration, impulse-momentum, work-energy. ME majors only. A-F only. Pre: C or better in CEE 270; MATH 244 (or concurrent) or MATH 253A (or concurrent). (Cross-listed as CEE 271)

MEDT 531 Advanced Lab Management Concepts and Contemporary Issues (1)

Concepts in clinical laboratory management and discussion of contemporary issues for graduates and practicing clinical laboratory scientists. Repeatable one time. Pre: 331 or consent. (Summer session only)

NSCI 619 Seminar on Science Teaching (2)

Effective teaching methods; organization of courses, lectures, laboratory exercises; development and evaluation of examinations; computers and audiovisual aids. Open to graduate students in various science disciplines. Repeatable one time. (Cross-listed as ZOOL 619)

OCN 454 Earth’s Microbiome (3)

Lecture on the diversity and function of the Earth’s microbiomes, inclusive of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, symbiotic and free living microorganisms with a focus on the microbial underpinnings of the Earth’s biogeochemistry. Repeatable unlimited times. A-F only. Pre: 102 or 201 or BOT 305 or BIOL 305, or BIOL 171 and BIOL 172. (Alt years: Fall) (Cross-listed as GES 454)

PH 672 Leading and Managing Health Programs (3)

Assess how to organize community partnerships to create and communicate a shared vision for a changing future; discuss solutions to organizational and community challenges; maximize motivation to reach public health goals. A-F only. Pre: 600 or consent.

SOC 716 Advanced Medical Sociology (3)

Application of theoretical paradigms and methodologies to the examination of selected research topics in the field of medical sociology. Repeatable one time. Pre: 615 or consent.

SUST 315 Water and Society (3)

Interaction of people with water at household, community, regional, national, and international scales, from cultural, political, economic, and biophysical perspectives. Pre: sophomore standing or higher, or consent. (Cross-listed as GEOG 305)

ACC 418 Auditing (3)

Auditing concepts including standards, objectives and ethics for external auditors. Emphasis on reporting standards, internal control, evidence, statistical sampling, IT audits and assurance. Development of professional writing skills is an integral part of this course. Pre: 323 and 409, both with C- or better.

AMST 461 America’s World Role (3)

Examination of America’s role in modern world affairs, against the background of history, perceptions, and values.

ANTH 300 Study of Contemporary Problems (3)

Significance of anthropology for contemporary affairs, particularly American ethnic and minority group relations. Relevance to various professions, governmental policy, political action, and accomplishment of change. Pre: 152 (or concurrent).

ASAN 310 Asian Humanities (3)

Multidisciplinary. Classics of literature, philosophy, and religion shaping Asian beliefs and values. Pre: 201 and 202, or consent.

BIOL 480L Life in the Soil Environment Lab (1)

Laboratory to accompany 480. Technical examination of bacteria, fungi, protists, nematodes, arthropods, and other invertebrate, and the essential functional roles these organisms contribute to sustainability of the planet. Repeatable one time. Pre: 171 and 172, or MICR 351, or consent. Co-requisite: 480. (Crosslisted as TPSS 480L)

EDCS 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

Enrollment for degree completion. Pre: Master’s Plan B or C candidate and consent.

EALL 325 (Alpha) Japanese Film: Art and History (3)

Study and analysis of Japanese film; its history and relationship to cultural, social, philosophical, and aesthetic contexts. (B) 1900-1960; (C) 1960-present; (D) special topics. Pre: upper division standing or consent. (Cross-listed as ASAN 325)

ECON 672 Economics of Population (3)

Economic determinants and consequences of population change. Pre: consent.

GEOG 752 Research Seminar: Resource Management (3)

GER 202 Intermediate German (3)

Conversation, grammar, reading and writing. Pre: 201.

HAW 601 Kakau Mo‘olelo (3)

Analyzes various genres of written Hawaiian literature. HAW majors only. Pre: graduate standing and 402, or consent.

ZOOL 700 Thesis Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

WS 151 Introduction to Women’s Studies (3)

Introduction to feminist interdisciplinary analysis from global and critical perspectives; relationships between women and men from Asia-Pacific, Hawaiian, and other cultures, with a focus on gender, race, class, and sexual dynamics; exploration of women’s negotiations with institutional dynamics.

WS 381 Gender, Sexuality and Literature (3)

Basic concepts and representative texts for the study of literary constructions of gender and sexuality. Pre: one ENG DL course or consent. (Cross-listed as ENG 382)

ICS 102 Introduction to Data Science (3)

Overview of the field of data science. Introduction to subjects such as data format, processing, visualization, and storage. Special emphasis on historical and wider context, and simple practical examples. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

ITM 704 Doctoral Seminar in Information Systems (3)

Extensive and critical review of the IS research literature. Can be retaken for credit. Repeatable three times. A-F only. Pre: CIS 703 (or concurrent) or consent.

KRS 609 Athletic Training, Clinical Experience I (3)

(1 Sem, 5 3-hr Practicum) Practicum requiring performance of duties and responsibilities of athletic training students. Must be completed during first semester post admission into program. Athletic Training majors only. A-F only. (Fall only)

LAW 504 Lawyering Fundamentals I (V)

Comprehensive program that teaches students the analytical and presentational skills necessary for excellent legal writing. Introduces students to legal problem solving and writing through the types of documents lawyers prepare in practice.

LWPA 564 International Criminal Law (3)

Designed to give an understanding of international criminal law. Will review all aspects of international criminal law from substantive international crimes to criminal liability and sentencing by domestic and international tribunals. LAW majors only.

MUS 128 (Alpha) Asian Music Performance Class (1)

Basic principles of performance of Asian music. Relevant problems in literature at elementary level. (B) koto; (C) shamisen; (D) South Indian singing; (E) shakuhachi. Cannot be audited. Pre: consent.

MUS 231 (Alpha) Applied Music, Western (1)

For non-majors or music majors in secondary performance fields. Individual instruction in solo vocal or instrumental performance at elementary level. Representative works. (B) voice; (C) piano; (D) organ; (F) recorder; (G) classical guitar; (H) violin; (I) viola; (J) cello; (K) double bass; (M) flute; (N) oboe; (O) clarinet; (P) bassoon; (Q) saxophone; (R) trumpet; (S) French horn; (T) trombone; (U) tuba; (X) euphonium; (Y) percussion; (Z) other. Repeatable for four semesters. A-F only.Pre: audition or consent.

NURS 672 Advanced Practice Population Health Nursing Practicum (V)

Student will conduct a complex service project for a public or community based agency. May be taken for 1-6 credits. (45 hours of practicum experience awarded for each one credit of the course) Repeatable one time. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 24 credits of MS in Advanced Population Health Nursing or consent.

PACE 477 Culture and Conflict Resolution (3)

Conflict resolution techniques for major world culture. Emphasis on cultures of the Pacific Basin, Pacific Islands, and Asia. Pre: any DS course, or consent.

PHIL 740 Seminar in Philosophical Texts (3)

Reading, analysis, and critical discussion of one (or of several closely related) philosophical text in its original language (sometimes in conjunction with established translation). Repeatable two times with consent. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

PEPS 691 Special Topics (V)

Study and discussion of significant topics and problems in plant and environmental protection sciences at an advanced level. Offered by visiting or existing faculty as a special course. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

POLS 676 Nonviolent Political Alternatives (3)

Exploration of nonviolent, non-killing alternatives in political science research, teaching, and public service.

PSY 676 Psychopathology (3)

Comprehensive study of the mental disorders across the lifespan. A-F only. (Once a year)

REL 444 Spiritual Ecology (3)

Lectures and seminars provide a cross-cultural survey of the relationships between religions, environment and environmentalism. Pre: junior standing or consent. (Alt. years) (Cross-listed as ANTH 444)

THAI 105 Beginning Reading and Writing Thai I (2)

Development of literacy skills in Thai for those who cannot read or write in the language. Focus on Thai script reading and writing. Not open to students who have taken 101. Co-requisite: 103, or consent.

PLAN 616 Community-Based Planning (3)

Planning and programmatic aspects of community-based development projects. East-West and local planning perspectives on participatory development and intentional communities.

ARCH 101 Basic Design Studio (4)

Introduction to creative design processes focusing on the investigation of composition within defining perceivable space. Hands-on exploration of materials and structures as an introduction to design processes. ARCH and ENVD majors only. A-F only.

ART 474 (Alpha) Art Since 1945 (3)

Art since 1945, with a focus on the global expansion of the avantgarde; (B) contemporary art 1945-2000; (C) global contemporary art since 2000. A-F only. Pre: 176 or consent.

ASTR 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times

BUS 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

Enrollment required for degree completion. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: master’s Plan B or C candidate and consent.

CHEM 624 Organometallics II (3)

Introduction to the principles of catalysis and the classes of catalytic reactions effected by organometallic compounds. A-F only. Pre: 622 and a minimum required grade for prerequisites of B.

CEE 490 Senior Design Project (3)

(Lec/Lab) Design problem involving several areas of civil engineering and requiring a team approach for a solution. A-F only. Pre: senior standing in CEE and 489B. (Spring only)

COM 700 Thesis (V)

Repeatable up to six credits. Pre: 611 and 612, or consent.

DNCE 480 Dance Repertory (V)

Preparation of standard and new works for performance. Repeatable three times. Pre: consent.

ENG 430 Studies in Medieval Literature (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in Old/Middle English literature from 500-1500, including works in modern translation. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

ES 496 Special Topics in Ethnic Studies (3)

Selected themes in ethnic studies exploring current issues and new topics; taught by regular and visiting faculty. Repeatable two times. Pre: one 300-level DS or DH course.

FIN 470 Sustainable Development in East Asia (3)

Interdisciplinary investigation of development in East Asia is an urgent issue. Status and role of Asian business; current technological, economic, and financial developments; impact on world economy. A-F only. (Cross-listed as ASAN 470)

FR 405 Advanced Oral and Written Expression (3)

Further development of listening, comprehension, speaking, and writing skills through viewing of French videotapes, reading French newspapers, frequent oral and written reports. Pre: 311 and 312, or 306, or 358, or 360; or consent.

HIST 296 Topics in History (3)

Introduction to methods of historical inquiry; current issues in World, American, European, or Pacific history. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

IS 410 The Humboldt Brothers’ Legacy (3)

Life and thought of the two Humboldt brothers. Alexander (1769-1859) helped to lay the foundations of modern science, including geology, geography, botany, zoology, physiology and anthropology. Older, less well-known Wilhelm (1767–1835) was an influential statesman, classical scholar, man of letters, humanist, political philosopher, anthropologist and linguist, and founded the University of Berlin. Review of the two polymaths’ impact on modern science in the Americas, the Pacific and Asia. A-F only. Pre: upper-division or consent.

JPN 472 Okinawan Language and Literature (3)

Focuses on Okinawan literature across various genres and periods. Pre: 202, 205, or consent.

KRS 311 Coaching of Basketball (2)

Theory and strategy of offensive and defensive basketball coaching. Emphasis on coaching philosophy, selecting and developing an offense and defense, organizing practices, special situations, scouting, and training and conditioning. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KOR 493 Introduction to Traditional Korean Literature (3)

Critical readings from earliest times and presentations that emphasize genre, style, and context. Pre: 402 or consent.

LIS 701 Seminar in International Librarianship (3)

International and comparative librarianship; professional organizations; comparative methodology; research; periodicals; international agencies; influence of literacy and social, cultural, political factors.

MKT 399 Directed Reading and Research (V)

Reading and research in a special area of major under direction of faculty member(s). Project must include statement of objectives, outline of activities planned, results expected, and how they are to be reported and evaluated. Must be approved in advance by the department chair and the faculty advisor. Repeatable unlimited times.

ME 311 Thermodynamics (4)

(3 Lec, 1 Discussion) Basic laws, closed and open systems. Work, heat, concept of entropy. Properties of pure simple substances. Ideal gases. Introduction to power and refrigeration cycles. Pre: grade of C or better in all of CHEM 162 (or CHEM 171 or CHEM 181A), PHYS 170 and MATH 244 (or MATH 253A).

MEDT 551 Advanced Clinical Laboratory Hematology and Hemostasis (1)

Advanced-level study of hematology and hemostasis through clinical laboratory cases. Repeatable one time. Pre: 451 or consent. (Summer only)

NURS 200 Introduction to Professional Nursing I (1)

This first level course focuses on nursing practice and education. Professional responsibilities in the practice of nursing are emphasized. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: admittance into HS-DEN program. (Fall only)

OCN 454L Earth’s Microbiome Lab(3)

Lab on the diversity and function of the Earth’s microbiomes, inclusive of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, symbiotic and free living microorganisms with a focus on the microbial underpinnings of the Earth’s biogeochemistry. Repeatable unlimited times. A-F only. Pre: 102 or 201 or BOT 305 or BIOL 305, or BIOL 171 and BIOL 172. (Alt years: Fall) (Cross-listed as OCN 454L)

SPED 478 Assistant-Level Applied Behavior Analysis Fieldwork (V)

Field experience in applied behavior analysis at the assistant level supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). The format is a combination of fieldwork and seminar meetings. Repeatable nine times, up to 20 credits. A-F only.

SUST 316 Environmental Ethics (3)

Application of traditional moral theories to environmental issues. Development and evaluation of specific environmental ethical theories. Application of ethical theories to environmental decision-making. A-F only. Pre: 210 or GEOG 101 or PHIL 101 or PHIL 103. (Alt. years) (Cross-listed as NREM 306)

THEA 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

Enrollment for degree completion. Pre: master’s Plan B or C candidate and consent.

TIM 324 Geography of Global Tourism (3)

Tourist landscape in relation to resources, spatial patterns of supply and demand, impacts of tourism development, and models of tourist space. Flows between major world regions. TIM majors only. Pre: sophomore standing or higher, or consent. (Cross-listed as GEOG 324)

TPSS 354 Tropical Landscape Planting Design Studio (4)

Students will develop basic skills of residential landscape graphic and design processes in order to clearly articulate the ability to think, analyze, and extend a physical solution in the proper scale. Repeatable one time. A-F only. (Alt. years) (Cross-listed as ARCH 354)

ACC 425 Forensic Accounting (1)

Theoretical and real life aspects of forensic accounting. Includes discussions of the legal environment, types of forensic engagements such as, lost earnings, business valuations, fraud, and real world forensic cases. Repeatable one time, but credit earned one time only. A-F only. Pre: 418. Co-requisite: 407.

AMST 464 America and Africa (3)

American attitudes toward Africa, as well as how Africa has functioned within the dynamics of American culture and history.

ANTH 301 Culture and Health (3)

Social and cultural aspects of medicine; the relationship of medicine to the beliefs, social systems, ecological adaptations, and cultural changes of human groups.

ASAN 312 Contemporary Asian Civilization (3)

Multidisciplinary examination of problems and issues affecting peoples and institutions of
contemporary Asia: ethnic, language, religious, and cultural differences; population growth; public health; economic development; political and social change; environmental problems; etc. Pre: 201 and 202, or consent.

BIOL 483 Introduction to Bioinformatics Topics for Biologists (3)

Focuses on the use of computational tools and approaches to analyze the enormous amount of biological data (DNA, RNA, protein) available today. A-F only. Pre: 171 (or equivalent), or consent. (Once a year) (Cross-listed as MBBE 483)

EDCS 600 Language, Learning and Teaching (3)

Examines the role that language plays in the social construction of knowledge within various disciplines, K–adult. Collaborative group learning strategies will be modeled. A-F only. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience or consent.

ECON 674 Health Economics and Policy (3)

Economic analysis of health-care policy; efficient design of health-care financing schemes; private and public demand for health, health insurance, and medical care; provider behavior. Pre: 604 (or concurrent) or 606 (or concurrent), or consent.

EE 615 Advanced Digital Signal Processing (3)

An advanced course in digital processing. Topics include fast DFT algorithms, multirate systems and filter banks, power spectrum estimation, linear prediction, optimum linear filters, and adaptive filtering. A-F only. Open to nonmajors for CR/NC only. Pre: 415 or 640, or consent.

GEOG 757 Research Seminar: Cultural Geography (3)

GER 260 Intensive Intermediate German Abroad (V)

Intensive course of formal instruction on the second-year level in German language and culture in Germany. Pre: 102.

ZOOL 710 Topics in Biometry (V)

Selected advanced topics in experimental design or data analysis for biologists. Repeatable unlimited times. ZOOL majors only. Pre: 631 and 632, or consent.

WS 151A Introduction to Women’s Studies (3)

Introduction to feminist interdisciplinary analysis from global and critical perspectives; relationships between women and men from Asia-Pacific, Hawaiian, and other cultures. Focus on gender, race, class, sexual dynamics, and women’s negotiations with institutional dynamics. Honors students only. A-F only. Pre: departmental approval.

WS 382 Island Feminisms: Art, Literature, and Culture (3)

Examines island feminisms and explores ways women have engaged in various forms of cultural production (art, literature, film). Interdisciplinary, intersectional, and transnational. Key themes discussed: settler-colonialism, race, gender, and sexuality.

ICS 103 Introduction to Computer Science Principles (3)

General course that provides a broad overview of computer science. Will address abstraction, data and information, algorithms, programming, the Internet and the global impact of computers.

ITM 705 Research Seminar in E-Business in the Asia Pacific Region (3)

Overview of the current research issues in e-business with focus on the Asia Pacific region. A-F only. Pre: PhD student status in international management or consent.

KRS 610 Athletic Training, Clinical Experience II (3)

(1 Sem, 5 3-hr Practicum) Practicum includes duties and responsibilities of athletic training students. Practicum must be completed during second semester post admission to the program. Athletic Training majors only. A-F only. (Spring only)

LAW 505 Lawyering Fundamentals II (V)

A comprehensive program that teaches students the analytical and presentational skills necessary for excellent legal writing. Introduces skills and strategies for preparing written legal arguments and oral advocacy. Pre: 504.

LWPA 565 Law and Society in Korea (3)

Provides students with an understanding of the law, society, and legal systems in Korea. Areas of law including constitutional, civil, criminal, and business are discussed. Emphasis on South Korea. Law majors only.

MUS 155 Percussion Techniques (2)

Similar to 151 using percussion instruments. A-F only.

MUS 232 (Alpha) Applied Music, Western (V)

For music majors or intended majors. Individual instruction in solo or instrumental performance at first performance level. Representative works. Weekly repertoire laboratory required. (B) voice; (C) piano; (D) organ; (G) classical guitar; (H) violin; (I) viola; (J) cello; (K) double bass; (M) flute; (N) oboe; (O) clarinet; (P) bassoon; (Q) saxophone; (R) trumpet; (S) French horn; (T) trombone; (U) tuba; (X) euphonium; (Y) percussion; (Z) other. Repeatable for six semesters. A-F only.Pre: audition.

NURS 673 Implementation and Evaluation Strategies for Evidence-Based Practice (3)

Using knowledge of translational science, designs an implementation plan for a practice guideline. Determines evaluation methods and selects outcome variables that best measure success. Discusses institutionalization of, and identifies facilitators and barriers to, practice change. NURS majors only. Graduate standing only. A-F only. Pre: 669. (Spring only)

PACE 478 International Law and Disputes (3)

Management, prevention, resolution of international disputes and the role of international law. Pre: any Social Science 100 or 200 level course, or consent.

PHIL 750 Seminar in Indian Philosophy (3)

Major philosophical problems in the development of Indian thought during its formative period. Repeatable two times with consent of instructor and Graduate Chair. Pre: graduate standing or consent. Recommended: 350.

POLS 680 Asian and/or Pacific Politics (3)

Political development, international relations, decision-making processes, and systems of political thought in all or part of Asia and/or the Pacific.

PSY 677 Child Practicum (3)

Supervised clinical assessment and treatment of children and adolescents. Repeatable ten times. Pre: consent.

PH 673 Health Ethics, Law and Politics (3)

Review theories and case studies concerning health care ethics, law and politics. Topics include health care quality, key health care policymakers, and the intersecting issues of policy and law with medicine, public health and ethics. A-F only. (Once a year)

REL 445 Sacred Places (3)

Lectures and seminars provide a cross-cultural survey of sites which societies recognize as sacred and their cultural, ecological and conservation aspects. Pre: junior standing or consent. (Alt. years) (Cross-listed as ANTH 445)

SW 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Repeatable one time.

SOC 718 Seminar in Aging, Culture, and Health (3)

Overview of the major theories, perspectives, and empirical findings relating to aging in various cultural contexts. SOC, PSY, NURS, SW, PH majors only. Pre: 606 (with a minimum grade of B) or consent.

PLAN 618 Community Economic Development (3)

Community-based economic development approaches and methods explored with an emphasis on low income communities. Repeatable one time.

ARCH 102 Basic Design Studio II (4)

Continued exploration of design processes. Introduction to digital mediums, focusing on design communication, material exploration, and creative exploration including the relationship between digital, physical, and materials aspects of design. Open to non-majors. A-F only. Pre: 100 and 101.

ART 475 (Alpha) Art of the Pacific (3)

Visual form and function of the arts in cultural context: (B) Melanesia and Australia; (C) Polynesia and Micronesia; (D) North Pacific coast Indian, Eskimo. Repeatable one time for different alphas. Pre: 176 or consent.

ATMO 101 Introduction to Weather and Climate (3)

Introductory physical science course for all undergraduates in any major. A non-mathematical introduction to basic atmospheric variables, Earth’s past climates, global warming, air pollution, El Nino, hurricanes, tornadoes, and forecasting weather in Hawai‘i.

BUS 601 Professional Development (0)

Professional development course designed to focus and improve the career development and leadership skills of MBA students. Students learn from guest speakers through site visits, intensive workshops, and hands-on experience. MBA students only or advisor approval. No grading.

CHEM 631 Methods of Instrumental Analysis (V)

Theory, instrumentation, applications. Three areas each semester-one credit hour per area. Repeatable unlimited times in different areas. Pre: 333 and graduate standing in CHEM or consent.

CEE 491 Special Topics in Civil and Environmental Engineering (3)

Will reflect special interests of visiting and/or permanent faculty. Repeatable one time. Pre: junior or senior standing, and consent.

CIS 699 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

DNCE 490 Creative Dance (3)

Dance activities for young people. Appropriate for teachers, group workers, recreation majors, and others working with children. Also adults with special needs. Supervised field activities.

EALL 330 Chinese Film: Art and History (3)

Study and analysis of Chinese film; its history and relationship to cultural, social, philosophical, and aesthetic contexts. (Cross-listed as ASAN 330)

EDEP 608 Introduction to Educational Research (3)

Fundamental design and evaluation procedures in educational research. Topics include an introduction to qualitative and quantitative research, the review of literature, developing research questions, research design, instrumentation, data collection, and writing a research proposal. Pre: 601 (or concurrent) (with a minimum grade of B or higher) or consent.

FIN 490 (Alpha) Advanced Topics in Finance (3)

In-depth analysis of selected current practices and issues in finance. (B) equity research and corporate valuation methods; (C) Japanese financial management; (D) financial analysis; (E) retirement and employee benefit planning; (F) finance estate planning. A-F only for (E) and (F). Repeatable four times for (D). Pre: 311 and BUS 314 for (B); BUS 314 or BUS 629 for (C); 311 or 629, or consent for (D); 301 for (E) and (F). (Fall only for (B))

FR 406 French-English Translation (3)

Practice in techniques based on contrastive linguistics. Translation of texts from various fields from French into English and the reverse. Pre: 306 or 309, and 312; or consent.

HAW 602 Kaka‘olelo Oratory (3)

A survey of oral performance styles to build increased oral skills. Pre: graduate standing and 601, or consent.

HIST 301 History of Early India (3)

Historical survey of India and South Asia from Mohenjo-Daro to the Mughal Empire, tracing political, social, religious, economic, cultural, and intellectual developments from ancient times to the 18th century. (Cross-listed as IP 300)

IS 414 Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology (3)

Introduction to the ethnographic study of speech and language. Pre: ANTH 152. (Once a year) (Cross-listed as ANTH 414 and LING 414)

JPN 475 Introduction to Japanese Sociolinguistics (3)

Application of general linguistics to social phenomena such as group identity, language and gender, dialects and intercultural communication. Pre: 350 and 370, or consent.

KRS 312 Coaching of Baseball (2)

Theory and strategy of offensive and defensive baseball coaching. Emphasis on coaching philosophy, selecting and developing an offense and defense, organizing practices, special situations, scouting, and training and conditioning. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

MKT 410 Software Tools in Marketing (3)

Focuses on computer software tools designed to help managers make more informed marketing decisions. Through hands-on experience, students learn software skills useful in marketing management, marketing research, sales and advertising. A-F only. Pre: BUS 310 and BUS 312; or consent.

ME 322 Mechanics of Fluids and Lab (4)

(3 Lec, 1 2-hr Lab) Incompressible and compressible ideal fluids, effects of viscosity. Similitude, boundary layer flow. Measurement techniques in thermodynamics and fluid mechanics. Hands-on experience with instrumentation. Open-ended design of thermofluid systems. Pre: grade of C or better in all of 311 and CEE 271 (or ME 271).

NURS 201 Introduction to Professional Nursing II (1)

This second level course builds on the knowledge and skills gained in the first level and focuses on professional responsibilities in nursing practice and education. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 200. (Spring only)

OCN 457 Ridge to Reef: Coastal Ecosystem Ecology and Connectivity (3)

Watershed and coastal biogechemistry/ecosystem science. Emphasis on field surveying and sampling of stream and reef habitats; laboratory chemical/biological analyses. Analysis of land use impacts on ecosystem health and ahupua‘a resource management. A-F only. Pre: 201/201L, 310; or consent.

PEPS 695 Plan B Master’s Project (3)

Independent study for students working on a Plan B master’s project. A grade of Satisfactory (S) is assigned when the project is satisfactorily completed. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing in entomology or tropical plant pathology.

TPSS 364 Horticulture: Theory and Practice (3)

Techniques of culture and management of horticulture crops. Pre: consent.

ACC 460 Accounting Capstone (4, 1 credit per alpha)

Lectures, discussions, case analysis. Integration of numerous elements of the accounting program. Current accounting issues discussed. Relevant topics for (B) managerial; (C) financial, (D) auditing and accounting information systems; (E) tax and ethics. Together with 460B, 460E, includes an emphasis on instruction in writing. Repeatable one time, credit earned for one time only. ACC majors only. A-F only. Pre: 418 (or concurrent), no waiver for (B), (C), (D); 401 and 418 (or concurrent, no waiver for (E). Co-requisites: E for (B); D for (C); C for (D); and B for (E).

AMST 465 American Experience in Asia (3)

Comparison of American experiences in Japan, China, and Southeast Asia within historical and perceptual framework.

ANTH 310 Human Origins (3)

Theory of evolution, evolutionary systematics, and taxonomy; evolutionary biology of primates; fossil records for primate and human evolution. Laboratory included. Pre: 215, ZOOL 101; or consent.

ASAN 320 (Alpha) Asian Nation Studies (3)

Multidisciplinary examination of major Asian countries; cultural, social, economic, and political lives of their peoples. (C) China; (I) South Asia; (J) Japan; (K) Korea; (O) Okinawa; (P) Philippines; (S) Southeast Asia; (Z) Other. Repeatable three times in different alphas.

BIOL 490 Mathematical Biology Seminar (1)

Reports on research in mathematical biology, reviews of literature, and research presentation. Required for Certificate in Mathematical Biology. Repeatable one time. Pre: junior standing or higher and consent. (Cross-listed as MATH 490)

EDCS 601 Advanced Topics in Reading (3)

Current theories and teaching strategies of reading throughout the lifespan within various social contexts. Topics include psychological, sociological, and cultural foundations of reading; 21st century literacies; emergent literacy; diversity; multilingual learners, formative assessment; state/national initiatives. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience or consent.

EE 616 Digital Image Processing (3)

Human visual perception, image formation, sampling and quantization, enhancement and restoration, color image processing, wavelets and multiresolution representations, image and video compression. Pre: 415 or equivalent.

ENG 431 Studies in 16th and 17th Century Literature (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in texts written during the period 1500-1700. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

ESEE 310 Learner in the Environment I: Social and Cultural Contexts for Learning (3)

Knowledge and skills related to the context of teaching. Teacher candidates will examine the impact of culture, family, school, classroom, and individual characteristics on learning, and orally present, in varied formats, acquired knowledge and competencies. A-F only.

GEOG 758 Research Seminar: Conservation (3)

GER 301 Phonetics and Pronunciation Practice (3)

Analysis of the German phonological system and practice in pronunciation. Pre: 202.

ZOOL 712 Topics in Nerve/Muscle Physiology (V)

Advanced treatment of selected topics under current active investigation. Repeatable unlimited times. ZOOL majors only. Pre: a graduate course in physiology, neurology, or related subjects and consent.

WS 175 History of Gender, Sex, and Sexuality in Global Perspectives to 1500 CE (3)

Explores how gender, sex, and sexuality become key elements in human society from prehistory to 1500 CE. Examines ancient world civilizations from multiple perspectives stressing issues and forces still influential today. A-F only. (Fall only)

ICS 110 (Alpha) Introduction to Computer Programming (3)

Basic concepts needed to write computer programs. Simple program design and implementation using a specific programming language; (C) C; (D) through animations; (P) Python. Each alpha repeatable unlimited times, but credit earned one time only.

KRS 611 Athletic Training, Clinical Experience III (3)

(1 Sem, 5 3-hr Practicum) Culminating practicum requiring performance of duties and responsibilities of second year graduate athletic training students. A practical field experience in athletic training is required. Athletic Training majors only. A-F only. (Fall only

KOR 494 Introduction to Modern Korean Literature (3)

Critical readings of 20th-century materials and presentations that emphasize context and the development of style. Pre: 402 or consent.

LING 102 Introduction to the Study of Language (3)

Non-formal introduction to language, emphasizing the everyday use of language, its relevance to contemporary issues in society, and local language issues. Content studied through lecture, readings, and writing; emphasis on writing as a grading criterion

MEDT 581 Clinical Microbiology Preceptorship (5)

Clinical training for students with bachelor’s degree in microbiology to be able to qualify as clinical microbiologists in a healthcare setting. Includes specimen procurement, processing, detection and identification, susceptibility testing, and other diagnostic technology. CR/NC only. Pre: departmental consent. (Fall only)

MUS 156 Brass Techniques (2)

Similar to 151 using brass instruments. A-F only.

PACE 480 Managing Human Conflict (3)

Introduction into the field of conflict analysis and resolution through the examination of theory and role-play. Major theories of conflict studies are considered and the forms of conflict resolution, such as negotiation, mediation, and arbitration. Sophomore standing or higher. Pre: any 200-level DS course.

PHIL 760 Seminar in Buddhist Philosophy (3)

Major philosophical problems in the development of Buddhist thought during its formative period. Repeatable one time with consent. Pre: graduate standing or consent. Recommended: 360.

PSY 678 Adult Practicum (3)

Supervised clinical assessment and treatment of adults. Repeatable ten times. Pre: consent.

PH 674 Advanced Native Hawaiian Health Determinants (3)

Applications of evidence-based knowledge about the social determinants of health in the formation of research, policy, and program development for improving population health and reducing health disparities for Native Hawaiians. A-F only.

REL 452 Sociology of Religion (3)

Seminar on research in sociological aspects of religious sectarianism, historical and current; special reference to Hawai‘i. Pre: SOC 300 or consent. (Cross-listed as SOC 455)

SOC 100 Introduction to Sociology (3)

Basic social relationships, social structures, and processes.

SPED 480 (Alpha) Instructional and Assistive Technology (V)

Addresses instructional and assistive technologies for special education and general education settings; technology-based instructional strategies that support inclusion and address academic and behavioral objectives; and application of Universal Design for Learning to support access to the general curriculum for diverse students in the PreK-12 classroom setting. (B) elementary/special education; (C) early childhood education/special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable one time per alpha; repeatable up to six credits for (B). A-F only.

THAI 106 Beginning Reading and Writing Thai II (2)

Continuation of 105. Development of literacy skills in Thai for those who cannot read or write in the language. Focus on Thai script reading and writing. Not open to students who have taken 102. Pre: 105 or 101.

THEA 600 Seminar in Theatre Research (3)

Bibliography and research methods; preparation for thesis and dissertation writing. Required of many graduate theatre majors.

TIM 327 Travel Distribution Management (3)

History, development, operations, and management of travel distribution organizations including: travel agents, tour operators and wholesalers, specialty channelers, meeting planners, incentive houses, travel associations, and other destination management organizations. Evolution and economics of the distribution of travel products through destination databases and electronic commerce. TIM majors only. Pre: 302.

ARCH 132 Design Communication (4)

Exploration of critical judgment and means to conceptualize, develop, present, and both visually and orally communicate form and space, including fundamentals of freehand drawing, mechanical drawing, physical model making, diagramming, and graphic techniques. ARCH and ENVD majors only. A-F only. Pre: 101.

ART 476 Art of Tribal Africa (3)

Visual form and function of arts in cultural context. Mali, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Liberia, Guinea, Nigeria, Ghana, Cameroon, Congo, Zaire. Pre: 176 or consent.

ATMO 101L Introduction to Weather and Climate Lab (1)

(1 3-hr Lab) Exercises with meteorological data and measurement systems. Characteristics of Hawaiian winds, temperatures, and rainfall

BUS 619 Data Analytics and Statistics for Business (3)

Data analytical and statistical tools for the MBA with emphasis on descriptive and predictive quantitative analytical methods, including time series and regression. Completing an additional six contacthour tutorial will be required and incorporated into the class schedule. MBA students only or advisor approval. A-F only.

CHEM 641 Organic Structure Determination (3)

Interpretation of chemical and physical (primarily spectral) data in the identification of organic compounds. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

CEE 492 (Alpha) Special Topics in Civil and Environmental Engineering (3)

Will reflect special interests of visiting and/or permanent faculty. Pre: junior or senior standing, and consent.

CIS 701 Communication/Information Theories of Society (3)

A critical review of major theoretical and empirical traditions in communication and information sciences. Focus on European, American, Third World, and applied research. Pre: consent.

DNCE 495 Senior Project (1)

Individual choreographic project; student choreographs, performs, and oversees all technical aspects of a creative project; tutorial. A-F only. Pre: 372, senior standing, and consent.

ECON 686 Strategic Behavior and Experimental Economics (3)

Experimental economics: methodology. Experimental game theory. Market experiments. Applications include: topics in industrial organization, provision of public goods, asset markets, auctions. Repeatable one time. Pre: 606 and 608, or consent.

FIN 625 International Monetary Systems and Global Financial Markets (3)

Supply and demand for capital in national and international markets. Nature of capital movements and role of capital in industrialization of regions and nations.

FR 408 Masterpieces of Medieval Literature (3)

Samplings from epic, novel, verse and prose, tale, lyric poetry, chronicle, theater, didactic literature. Elementary readings in original text in editions giving modern French translation. Pre: 331 or consent.

HAW 604 Haku Palapala Noi Laeo‘o/Writing a Hawaiian Master’s Proposal (3)

Seminar to select and develop students’ research topic, proposal, and organizational plan for Plan A or B completion. Majors are encouraged not to take this course in their first semester of the program. A-F only. (Once a year)

ITM 706 International IT Organizational Research Methods (3)

Overview of current survey methodology and analysis in global information systems research. A-F only. Pre: PhD student status in international management or consent.

IS 489 Environmental Practicum (3)

Field experience in study and abatement of environmental problems under faculty direction. Project proposal, narrative activity log, and documentary report are required. Pre: upper division standing, courses in appropriate discipline, and consent.

JPN 485 Advanced Readings in Modern Japanese Literature (3)

Advanced course to foster speed, accuracy and attention to stylistic issues in modern Japanese literature. Pre: 407D and 407E, or consent.

KRS 313 Coaching of Volleyball (2)

Theory and strategy of offensive and defensive volleyball coaching. Emphasis on coaching philosophy, selecting and developing an offense and defense, organizing practices, special situations, scouting, and training and conditioning. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

LAW 507 Employment Discrimination (V)

A study of the law of employment discrimination.

LWPA 575 (Alpha) Topics in International Legal Studies (V)

Selected topics presented by faculty members or visiting scholars, focusing upon subjects in the Pacific and Asian area. (B) business; (C) China; (G) global; (H) Philippines; (I) India; (J) Japan; (K) Korea; (P) Pacific; (S) Southeast Asia; (T) Topic 10; (U) Topic 11; (V) Topic 12; (W) Topic 13; (X) Topic 14. LAW majors only for (B) and (H). Repeatable six times for (C), (I), (J), (K), (P), (S), (T), (U), (V), (W), (X); repeatable five times, up to 18 credits for (B), (H); not repeatable for (G).

MKT 411B Imagination, Entrepreneurship and Business Problem-Solving (3)

Application of creative process to problems encountered in venture creation/growth. Student problem-solving styles are characterized and implications drawn for generation of breakthrough ideas. Tools for facilitating creative solutions to marketing problems are investigated. Pre: junior standing and BUS 312; or consent.

ME 331 Materials Science and Engineering (3)

Electronic, atomic, and crystalline structure of materials and their effect on the mechanical, electrical, optical, and magnetic properties of engineering metals, ceramics, polymers, and composites. Pre: grade of C or better in all of CHEM 162 (or CHEM 171 or CHEM 181A), MATH 242 (or MATH 252A), and PHYS 170.

NURS 675 Advanced Practice Clinical (V)

Application of concepts and principles of assessment, diagnosis, management and evaluation of clients in supervised clinical practicum for advanced practice nursing. Repeatable unlimited times. NURS majors only or consent. A-F only. Pre: 612/612L, 613, and 629 (or concurrent)

OCN 463 Earth System Science Databases (3)

Combined lecture, discussion, and laboratory on global Earth system databases and satellite instrumentation, including computer laboratory. GES majors only. A-F only. Pre: MATH 242; and either 310 and 310L, or GES 310 and GES 310L; or consent. (Cross-listed as GES 463)

PEPS 699 Directed Research (V)

Directed research, critical reviews in environmental protection sciences, entomology, or plant pathology. Repeatable unlimited times. CR/NC only.

POLS 684 Contemporary Native Hawaiian Politics (3)

Study of political and social movements, political status, national and cultural identities, and issues of representation of Native Hawaiians.

SOC 719 Comparative Family and Gender (3)

Discusses the major perspectives on family and gender relations and examines related empirical research. Emphasis is on the cross-cultural comparisons across the U.S. and Asia in the context of globalizing economies and cultures. A-F only. (Alt. years) (Cross-listed as GHPS 719)

SUST 317 Malama ‘Aina Resource Management Visual Technologies (3)

Requires a broad set of knowledge systems. Will introduce students to a variety of visual technologies for use in resource management and the ethical application of these technologies. Pre: 107. (Cross-listed as HWST 307)

TPSS 369 Ornamental Plant Materials (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Identification, origin, use, and cultural requirement of trees, shrubs, vines, and groundcovers used in Hawaiian landscapes. Pre: 200/SUST 211 or consent.

PLAN 619 Multiculturalism in Planning and Policy (3)

Graduate seminar focuses on issues of governance, policy and planning in diverse multicultural societies. Differences in backgrounds, languages, privilege, preferences and values are often expressed in planning and policy controversies such as affirmative action and land use planning. Will examine these controversies and explore theories of governance in a multicultural setting.

ACC 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

Enrollment for degree completion. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: master’s Plan B or C candidate and consent.

AMST 469 Religion, Sex, and Gender in the U.S. (3)

Examines religious and ethical conflicts about sexuality and gender nonconformity in contemporary America. Students gain knowledge, practical wisdom, and communication skills to negotiate moral disagreement in a pluralistic society. Pre: junior standing or consent.

ANTH 313 Visual Anthropology (3)

Historical development of documentary films of non-Western peoples; critical examination of ways in which ethnographic films represent different cultures. Pre: 152 (or concurrent).

ASAN 323 The Way of Tea in Japanese History and Culture (3)

History and culture of Japan as revealed in study and practice of tea ceremony: Zen, aesthetics, calligraphy, architecture, ceramics, gardens, politics. (Cross-listed as HIST 323)

BIOL 499 Biological Problems (V)

Directed reading and research. For juniors and seniors majoring in life science 1-12 credits. Repeatable one time, up to 8 credits, up to 6 credits apply towards BA and BS BIOL major requirements. A-F only. Pre: 2.5 GPA minimum, written proposal and consent.

EDCS 602 Advanced Topics in Writing and Oral Language (3)

Current theories and teaching strategies of writing and oral language throughout the lifespan within various social contexts. Focus on teaching writing and oral language as tools for learning and to demonstrate learning. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience or consent.

EALL 360 Literary Traditions of East Asia (3)

Selected works of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean literature in English; relationships and parallels. Pre: one DH or DL course, or consent.

EDEP 611 Introduction to Educational Psychology (3)

Graduate level introduction to educational psychology theories, research, and topics.

EE 617 Linear and Convex Optimization (3)

Algorithms for linear, nonlinear, and convex optimization. Emphasis is on methodology and the underlying mathematical structures. Topics include simplex method, network flow methods, optimality conditions, duality, Newton’s method and interior point methods. EE, ME, MIS and MATH majors only. Pre: MATH 311 or consent. (Alt. years)

ENG 432 Studies in 18th Century Literature (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in texts written during the period 1660-1830, the “long” 18th century. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

GEOG 761 Research Seminar: Cartography (3)

ZOOL 714 Topics in Animal Behavior (V)

Lecturediscussion of selected topics. Repeatable three times, up to nine credits. ZOOL majors only. Pre: consent.

WS 176 History of Gender, Sex and Sexuality in Global Perspective, 1500 CE to the Present (3)

Explores how gender, sex, and sexuality become key elements in human society from 1500 CE to present. Examines world cultures from multiple perspectives, stressing issues and forces of continuing influence. A-F only.

WS 384 Women and Politics (3)

Women’s role in political institutions and processes in the U.S. and other countries; female and male approaches to power; feminist political goals and actions. Pre: 151 (or concurrent) or 362 (or concurrent) or any 100 level POLS course (or concurrent); or consent. (Cross-listed as POLS 384)

ICS 111 Introduction to Computer Science I (4)

Overview of the fundamentals of computer science emphasizing problem solving, algorithm development, implementation, and debugging/testing using an object-oriented programming language. Pre: Recommended: computer experience.

KRS 612 Athletic Training, Clinical Experience IV (3)

(1 Sem, 5 3-hr Practicum) Culminating practicum requiring performance of duties and responsibilities of second year graduate athletic training students. A practical field experience in athletic training is required. Athletic Training majors only. A-F only. Pre: 611 or consent. (Spring only)

LING 103 Language and Symbolic Reasoning (3)

Introduction to language as a formal symbolic system and to the techniques of analysis and reasoning that reveal its workings. A-F only.

MUS 157 String Techniques (2)

Fundamental performance techniques, materials, and teaching skills on string instruments for students preparing to teach instrumental music. A-F only. (Once a year)

NURS 210 Health Promotion Across the Lifespan (3)

Focuses on a health promotion model of care, assessment, and communication skills. It introduces the nurse’s roles, code of ethics, and evidence-based practice. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: admission to the School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, or consent. Co-requisite: 210L, 211, and 212.

PACE 485 Topics in Peace and Conflict Resolution (3)

Recent issues, practices in peace and conflict resolution. Repeatable one time. Pre: any DS course, or consent.

PHIL 770 Seminar in Chinese Philosophy (3)

Fundamental issues, problems, movements, and schools of Chinese philosophy, such as classical Confucianism, Daoism, Legalism, Chinese logic, and Neo-Confucianism. Repeatable one time with consent. Pre: graduate standing or consent. Recommended: 370.

PSY 679 Practicum in Clinical Psychology (V)

Repeatable ten times. Pre: consent.

PH 675 Community Engaged Research and Practice (2)

Explores collaborative and engaged approaches with communities in public health research and practice. With a focus on Indigenous Peoples’ health, we delve into Indigenous knowledge and empowerment in evaluation, needs assessment, intervention, and health promotion. PH majors or consent. Graduate students only. Pre: 655 and 673.

REL 475 Seminar on Buddhism (3)

Selected historical, thematic, and textual research topics in Buddhism; topics and geographical focus to be announced each semester. Pre: one of 202, 203, 204, 207, 308; or consent.

SOC 214 Introduction to Race and Ethnic Relations (3)

Race and ethnic relations in world perspective; social, economic, and political problems associated with perception, existence, and accommodation of these groups within the wider society. (Cross-listed as ES 214)

THAI 107 Reading and Writing Thai Script (3)

Focus on Thai script reading and writing skills. For students with some aural and spoken skills in Standard Thai equivalent to those completing THAI 102 or higher, but cannot read or write in Thai script. Lab work. Pre: consent.

TIM 333 Hotel/Resort Facilities and Design (3)

Comprehensive understanding of facilities management and design including maintenance systems, sustainable development options and design and environmental management. TIM majors only. A-F only. Pre: 313 and 314.

ARCH 200 Collaboration in Environmental Design (2)

Investigation of the various disciplines in the environmental design field, including architecture, landscape architecture, interiors, historic preservation, urban design, and construction management. Emphasis given to collaborative methods to address critical issues. Open to non-majors. A-F only.

ART 478 Topics in Contemporary Art (3)

Thematic approaches to contemporary art and visual culture. Course themes may include identity, local/global issues, and appropriation. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 176 or consent. (Alt. years)

ATMO 102 Pacific Climates and Cultures (3)

Highlights the interface between the observed weather and climate of the Pacific and the past and future culture of the people of the Hawaiian and Pacific islands. A-F only. (Alt. years)

BUS 620 Micro- and Macro-economic Foundations for Managers (3)

Applications of micro- and macro-economic principles to managerial decisions. Microeconomic focuses on economic foundations of business strategies. Macroeconomics focuses on the external economic environment including regulatory and international trends and issues. Admission to MBA program. Complete an additional 3 contacthour tutorial will be required and incorporated into the class schedule. MBA students only or advisor approval. A-F only. (Fall only)

CHEM 642 Organic Synthesis I (3)

Modern synthetic methods with emphasis on the design and execution of multi-step sequences. Pre: graduate standing or consent

CEE 499 Special Problems (V)

Individual investigation in civil and environmental engineering topics as approved by instructor. Pre: senior standing, and minimum cumulative GPA of 2.7 or minimum GPA of 3.0 in engineering.

CIS 702 Communication/Information Technologies (3)

Technological concepts underlying data communications; information processing and computers; communication channels and networks, information storage and retrieval, and computer hardware and software. Pre: consent.

DNCE 499 Directed Work (V)

Individual projects, tutorial. Pre: consent.

ECON 696 Advanced Topics in Economics (V)

Reflects interests of visiting and permanent faculty, focusing on specialized methods or topics in economics. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: 606 or 607, or consent.

ESEE 311 Learner in the Environment II: Classroom and Behavior Management (3)

Teacher candidates explore the ethical implications for establishing, maintaining, and restoring the classroom as an effective environment for teaching and learning. A-F only.

FIN 633 Problems in Business Finance (3)

Application of financial principles and analytical techniques to financial problems. Case method. Pre: BUS 629 or consent.

FR 409 Advanced Language Study: French (3)

Advanced course in spoken and written French with intensive review of alternative grammatical structures and shades of meaning in the modern language. Graduates who have not taken prerequisites may request consent. Pre: 306 or 405 (or equivalent); or consent.

HAW 605 Ka Hana Noi‘i (Research Methods) (3)

Research methodology course utilizing active research in the major repositories of Hawaiian language materials and Hawaiian-related knowledge. A-F only. Pre: 604 or consent. (Once a year)

ITM 799 Directed Reading and Research (V)

Reading and research in an area of information technology management under the direction of faculty member(s). A-F only. Pre: PhD student status in international management or consent.

IS 499 Directed Reading and Research (V)

Directed reading and research. Repeatable one time.

JPN 486 Advanced Readings in Modern Japanese Contemporary Topics (3)

Advanced course to foster speed, accuracy, and attention to content in reading modern discursive texts. Pre: 407D and 407E, or consent.

KRS 323 Music and Rhythm in Physical Education (3)

Use of music in physical education programming (K-12), emphasizing selection of appropriate music for specific activities as expressive or creative movement, movement exploration, rhythmic gymnastics, and dancing. A variety of strategies for teaching dance will be shared. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Spring only)

LAW 508 Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (V)

Lawyers negotiate settlements in almost all their cases. This class presents a “hands-on,” skill-building approach to the newest ideas, as well as centuries-old techniques, about the skill lawyers will use most often in their private practice- negotiation. The class also examines the rapidly developing field of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including mediation, facilitation, arbitration, and court-annexed ADR. (Cross-listed as CEE 614)

LWPA 577 Japanese Business Law (V)

Focus on the legal environment facing foreign businesses operating in Japan. Includes consideration of the business environment and culture, issues relating to governmental oversight, contract consciousness, corporate law, and dispute resolution. Uses the example of an actual joint venture between an American and a Japanese company as a tool for studying the relevant issues from a practical perspective.

MKT 648 Consumer Behavior and Satisfaction Management (3)

Designed to help students better understand how consumers process information, form attitudes, and make decisions. Draws on theories from social sciences to help students manage consumer needs and satisfaction. A-F only. Graduate students only. Pre: BUS 623 or consent of instructor. (Alt. years)

ME 341 Manufacturing Processes and Lab (4)

(3 Lec, 1 2-hr Lab) Manufacturing components. Energy requirements for manufacturing methods. Manufacturing methods to obtain components with desired size/shape/properties. Conduct tension/ compression tests, cold rolling, welding, casting statistical process control, programming, and milling using a CNC machine. A-F only. Pre: 331 or consent.

MEDT 591 Clinical Training in Medical Technology (28)

Application of theory and simulated laboratory experiences in immuno-hematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, parasitology, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, immunology, to meet stated career entry-level competencies. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only. Pre: BS in MEDT.

OCN 480 Dynamics of Marine Ecosystems: Biological-Physical Interactions in the Oceans (3)

Combined lecture and discussion examining biological and physical interactions in the oceans and their impacts on the functioning of marine ecosystems. GES majors only. A-F only. Pre: 201/201L, 310/310L or GES 310/310L, and PHYS 272/272L; or consent. (Alt. years)

POLS 685 (Alpha) Topics in Asian and/or Pacific Politics (3)

(C) Korean politics. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

SPED 485 (Alpha) Classroom Organization and Management (3)

Knowledge and skills related to basic organizational management of an inclusive classroom, including scheduling, grouping, and stress and time management; techniques of applied behavior management, emphasizing behavior change and practical implementation of learning principles. (B) elementary/special education, V credits; (C) early childhood education/special education; (D) unclassified. Repeatable up to six credits for (B). A-F only. Pre: 304 (with a minimum grade of B).

THEA 611 Seminar in Major Dramatic Theory (3)

Major theories of Western drama from Aristotle to Roland Barthes. Repeatable one time with consent. Pre: 412 or consent. (Alt. years)

ACC 581 Financial Accounting I (5)

Accounting process and the application of GAAP to the recognition and measurement of cash, receivables, inventories, property plant and equipment, depreciation and depletion, intangibles, current liabilities, and long-term liabilities. A-F only.

AMST 474 Preservation: Hawai‘i, Asia, and the Pacific (3)

Lectures and discussions on historic preservation issues in Hawai‘i, Asia, and the Pacific. Emphasis on indigenous and national expressions. Pre: junior standing or consent. (Cross-listed as ARCH 474)

ANTH 315 Sex and Gender (3)

Cross-cultural theories and perceptions of sexual differences; linkage between biology and cultural constructions of gender; relationship of gender ideology to women’s status. Pre: 152 (or concurrent). (Cross-listed as WS 315)

ASAN 324 Chado-the Way of Tea Practicum (2)

Actual practice of the tea ceremony as history and culture of Japan. Repeatable one time. Pre: 323 (or concurrent), HIST 323 (or concurrent), or consent.

BIOL 650 Population Genetics (3)

Mathematical, observational, experimental results on effects of mutation, selection, and systems of mating on distribution of genes. Analysis of non-experimental populations. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as CMB 650) Professional Development Courses for Science Teachers.

EDCS 603 Children’s Literature in the Elementary Curriculum (3)

In-depth examination of traditional and current books/media, birth through young adult, with emphasis on applications in schools or other educational contexts. Focus on use of narrative, exposition, and other genres across the curriculum. A-F only. Pre: student teaching or teaching experience or consent.

EALL 361 Chinese Literature: Ancient (3)

Survey of all major genres from antiquity until the ninth century. Pre: one DH or DL course, or consent.

EE 618 Dynamic Programming and Stochastic Control (3)

Sequential decision-making via dynamic programming. Optimal control of stochastic dynamic systems. Applications in linear-quadratic control, inventory control, resource allocation, scheduling, and control of queues. Rollout and other suboptimal methods. Value and policy iteration. Pre: 342 or MATH 371 or MATH 471, or consent.

ENG 433 Studies in 19th Century Literature (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in texts written during the 19th century. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

GEOG 762 Research Seminar: Remote Sensing (3)

HIST 302 History of Modern India (3)

Historical survey of India and South Asia from the Mughal Empire to the new millennium, tracing political, social, religious, economic, cultural, and intellectual developments from the 18th century to the present.

ZOOL 715 Topics in Invertebrate Zoology (V)

Comparative morphology, development, taxonomy, phylogeny. Repeatable three times, up to nine credits.

WS 200 Culture, Gender, and Appearance (3)

Social construction of gender within culture and its visual expression through appearance. Analysis of role, identity, conformity, and deviance in human appearance. Repeatable one time. Open to nonmajors. (Cross-listed as FDM 200)

WS 390 Gender and Race in U.S. Society (3)

Historical and sociological studies of race and gender in U.S. society; grassroots feminist and racial/justice activism on the continent and in Hawai‘i. A-F only. Pre: 151 or ES 101 or junior standing. (Cross-listed as ES 390)

ICS 141 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science I (3)

Includes logic, sets, functions, matrices, algorithmic concepts, mathematical reasoning, recursion, counting techniques, and probability theory. Pre: MATH 215 or 241 or 251A.

KRS 613 Athletic Training Clinical Practicum (V)

(1 Sem, 5 4-hr Practicum) Advanced clinical practicum in which the BOC certified or certification eligible graduate student experiences an enhancement of athletic training knowledge and refinement of athletic training skills. Repeatable up to 10 credits. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KOR 495 Internship Program (V)

Supervised internship with Korean professional hosts on O‘ahu. Students will also attend an on-campus preparatory and follow-up language class. A-F only. Pre: 486, diagnostic assessment procedures; or consent.

LING 105 Language Endangerment, Globalization, and Indigenous Peoples (3)

Focus on language endangerment and globalization. Students are introduced to case studies on language endangerment from around the world and throughout history. Offered through the distance-learning Unit Mastery program. A-F only.

MUS 158 Woodwind Techniques (2)

Fundamental performance techniques, materials, and teaching skills on woodwind instruments for students preparing to teach instrumental music. A-F only. (Once a year)

NURS 210L Health Promotion Across the Lifespan Lab (6)

Clinical course focuses on a health promotion model of care, assessment, and communication skills. Introduces nurse’s roles, code of ethics, and evidence-based practice. NURS majors only. CR/NC only. Co-requisites: 210, 211, and 212.

NURS 676 Primary Care I Seminar: Health Assessment (1)

Seminar to discuss the evidence, concepts, and principles of assessment, diagnosis, management. Utilization of clinical cases and current literature on health care assessment. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 612/612L, 613, and 629. Co-requisite: 676L.

PACE 489 Hiroshima & Peace (3)

10-day intensive course at Hiroshima City University, Japan, in the 2-weeks before the annual August 6 commemoration of the atomic bombing. Home-stay with Japanese family. Sophomore standing. A-F only. Pre: any 200 level social science course, or consent.

PEPS 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research for master’s thesis. Repeatable unlimited times. CR/NC only.

PH 676 Hawai‘i Public Health Policies on Infectious Diseases (1)

Examines quarantine/ isolation of patients infected with Hanson’s disease. Focus on PH policies before 1823 and after; analysis of other infections in Hawai‘i and the world to examine differences in policies and their effect on the public. Graduate students only. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

REL 476 Daoism: Philosophy and Religion (3)

Seminar on religious Taoism, its historical development and its role in the present-day context. Pre: consent.

SOC 720 Comparative Study of East Asia (3)

Comparative analysis of social organization, social processes, and change of both capitalist and communist countries of East Asia, with each other and other areas of the world. Repeatable one time. Pre: 611 or consent.

SUST 318 Race, Indigeneity, and Environmental Justice (3)

Introduction to environmental justice, explores the premise that all people have a right to a life-affirming environment. Will examine environmental racism, and the geographical dimensions of race and indigeneity. Pre: one DS or DH course, or consent. (Cross-listed as ES 308)

TIM 334 Hotel and Convention Sales (3)

Functions, methods, and problems of hotel, convention, and restaurant sales. Needs of different classifications of properties; market segmentation and the sale of services vs. products. TIM majors only. A-F only. Pre: 101. Recommended: 304.

PLAN 620 Environmental Planning and Policy (3)

Overview of urbanization and environmental change. An examination of environmental laws, policies, planning and urban design strategies designed to minimize and mitigate urban impacts. Repeatable one time. A-F only. (Cross-listed as SUST 620)

ARCH 202 Architecture Design Studio (4)

Development of design processes to study precedents and explore solutions responding to human needs in built and natural environment with emphasis on analysis and representation architectonic space and form using hand and computer techniques. ARCH
and ENVD majors only. A-F only. Pre: 235.

ART 477 Art of Indonesia (3)

Architecture, sculpture, and textile traditions of indigenous Indonesia in cultural context. A-F only. Pre: 176.

ATMO 150 Introduction to Quantitative Earth and Environmental Science (3)

Introduction to pre-calculus math and physics applied to Earth and environmental science. Students work on real-world problems and engage in participatory learning. Preparatory for classes in calculus and physics. Pre: MATH 134, 161, or MATH assessment exam (with score required for MATH 140). (Fall only) (Crosslisted as GG/ERTH 150 and OCN 150)

BUS 621 Business Statistics (1.5)

Statistical tools for the MBA with emphasis on quality control, time series, and forecasting using regression. A-F only. Corequisite: 622.

CHEM 643 Physical Organic Chemistry (3)

Theory of molecular structure, stereochemistry, and reaction mechanisms. Pre: 601 or consent.

CEE 600 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

CR/NC only

CIS 703 Communication/Information Research Methods (3)

Current research methodologies in decision sciences, computer science, library science, and communication. Emphasis on methodologies suitable for interdisciplinary analysis. Pre: consent.

DNCE 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

Enrollment for degree completion. Pre: master’s Plan B or C candidate and consent.

ECON 699 Directed Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent of department chair

EDEP 612 Multilevel Modeling for Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Data (3)

Theories and applications of multilevel model to analyze cross-sectional and longitudinal data. Topics include two-level and three-level models, growth models, and multilevel logistic regression. Pre: 604, PSY 610, 612 (with a minimum grade of B or higher), or consent.

FIN 634 Investment Analysis and Management (3)

Techniques of security analysis, theories of investment, and the analysis of investment decisions related to portfolio planning. Pre: BUS 629 or consent.

FR 410 Masterpieces of 16th-Century Literature (3)

Samplings from all major writers of the period. Readings in original text in editions giving modern French equivalents for difficult words. Pre: 331 or consent.

HAW 612 Na Mana‘o Politika Hawai‘i (Hawaiian Political Thought) (3)

Study of Hawaiian political thought in writing from ca. 1825 to the present, with emphasis on theory and research methods. Pre: 402, 428, and POLS 303; or consent. (Cross-listed as POLS 612)

ITE 312 (Alpha) Introduction to Teaching, Elementary (V)

Standards-based planning, assessment, instruction, reflection; inclusive classroom management; unique multicultural environment; issues in education and curriculum. Developing knowledgeable, effective, caring professionals to support student’s academic, social, emotional, physical needs. Emphasis on writing instruction; lecture/ lab; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

IS 610 Field Study in Gerontology (V)

Individually designed field experience for advanced certificate in gerontology students. Placements arranged at community programs, research sites, and special projects at the Center on Aging. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

JPN 490 Advanced Japanese Language Study (3)

Advanced course in spoken and written Japanese stressing intensive research using the Internet, electronic mail in Japanese and conventional media. Oral presentations, written reports and journal writing. Repeatable one time. Pre: 485 or equivalent and consent.

KRS 329 Managing Recreation Services (3)

Administrative framework and procedures pertinent to the operation of agencies providing recreational services to the various publics. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 208 or consent.

LAW 509 Contracts I (V)

Law of private agreements. Explores the evolution and application of common law doctrines, and, where applicable, relevant provisions of the Uniform Commercial Code. Examines the bases of promissory liability, contract formation, mutual assent, defenses to enforcement, excuses, remedies and damages, and the rights and interests of third parties. Attention will be paid throughout the course to the role of contracts in a market society and the conflicting interests of certainty, freedom of contract and fairness.

LWPA 578 Chinese Business Law (V)

Introduction to business and commercial law in the People’s Republic of China. After a brief overview of China’s political and legal systems, the course will examine basic areas of domestic business legislation, including torts, property, and contract law, the regulation of private business, the reform of state enterprises, the development of company and securities laws, and the regulation of land-use and other property rights. More specialized topics, such as arbitration and dispute resolution, the Chinese approach to intellectual property issues, or the use of joint ventures and other foreign investment vehicles, may also be included.

MKT 650 Sales Leadership (3)

Sales managers participate in diverse activities including hiring, designing and implementing training programs, in-field coaching and development, motivating and compensating employees, and team building. Helps students develop knowledge and skills in these areas. A-F only. Graduate students only. Pre: BUS 623 or consent of instructor. (Alt. years)

ME 342 Manufacturing Processes Lab (2)

(1 Lec, 1 2-hr Lab) Manufacturing laboratory: tension/ compression tests, cold rolling, welding, casting, statistical process control, programming and milling using a CNC machine. A-F only. Pre: 341 (or concurrent) or consent.

MEDT 690 Seminar in Medical Technology (1)

Analysis of research and recent literature pertaining to various aspects of medical technology. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

OCN 481 Introduction to Ocean Ecosystem Modeling (3)

Introduction to modeling biogeochemical and physical oceanic processes by building a coupled model of the Pacific to investigate physical effects on plankton blooms. Students learn ecosystem dynamics, basic numerical methods, and programming. A-F only. GES majors only. Pre: 310, GES 310 or PHYS 272, and OCN/GG/ERTH 312 (with a minimum grade of B-). (Spring only)

PHIL 771 Seminar in Yi Jing (3)

Metaphysical, epistemological, ethical, and axiological views of Yi Jing and its claim as foundational work for classical Confucianism, Daoism, and Neo-Confucianism. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

PSY 771 Child Treatment (3)

Psychological interventions for youth, as well as parent training. Repeatable two times. Pre: 670 or consent.

SOC 218 Introduction to Social Problems (3)

Theoretical and substantive survey of the nature and causes of social problems; selected types: poverty, inequality, deviance, etc

SPED 486 Theoretical Basis for Teaching Special-Needs Students (3)

Survey of biophysical, behavioral, social/ecological, psychodynamic/ psychoeducational, cognitive/developmental, counter-theoretical approaches to teaching exceptional students. Opportunity for the development and/ or strengthening of one’s own theoretical frame of reference.

THAI 112 Intensive Elementary Thai (10)

TPSS 371 Genetics: Theory to Application (3)

Fundamentals of genetic theory using traditional breeding and biotechnological procedures in insect and plant pathogen management for sustainable agricultural production. Repeatable one time. A-F only. (Cross-listed as PEPS 371 and SUST 371)

ACC 582 Financial Accounting II (5)

Application of GAAP in recognition and measurement of investments, pensions, retained earnings, and other topics related to financial statements. Other topics include consolidation and mergers and acquisitions. A-F only. Pre: 581.

AMST 475 Documentation of Historic Architecture (V)

Study and documentation of existing buildings, structures, sites of historic and/or cultural significance, including field measurements and drawings, historical research, photo documentation, and preparation of archival drawings to be deposited in the Library of Congress. Documentation conducted according to standards of the Historic American Buildings Survey/ Historic American Engineering Record (HABS/ HAER). Repeatable three times, up to 24 credits. AMST, ARCH, and HIS majors only. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as ARCH 472)

ANTH 316 Anthropology of Tourism (3)

Anthropological perspectives on the subject of the global phenomenon of tourism. Includes issues of cultural performance, identity, and commoditization. Open to nonmajors.

ASAN 325 (Alpha) Japanese Film: Art and History (3)

Study and analysis of Japanese film; its history and relationship to cultural, social, philosophical, and aesthetic contexts. (B) 1900-1960; (C) 1960-present; (D) special topics. Pre: upper division standing or consent. (Cross-listed as EALL 325)

BIOL 501 (Alpha) Biology Workshop for Science Teachers (V)

Principles taught in a conceptual and/ or hands-on manner either in a laboratory setting or in the field. (B) biotechnology; (C) ecology, evolution and conservation; (D) marine biology; (F) general biology. A-F only. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: 171/171L, 172/172L, in-service teachers; or consent.

EDCS 604 Effective Writing Practices (6)

Analysis and practical application of principles and strategies of effective writing and informed writing instruction in K-12 classrooms. Pre: teaching experience and consent. (Summer only)

EALL 362 Chinese Literature: Pre-modern (3)

Survey of all major genres from the ninth into the 20th-century. Pre: one DH or DL course, or consent.

EE 620 Advanced Electronic Circuits (3)

Electronic circuits for precision measurement, computation, and signal processing. Low noise and interference reduction techniques. High-frequency and high-speed techniques. Micro-processor and biomedical applications. Pre: 422.

ENG 434 Studies from 20th Century to Present (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in texts written from the 20th century to the present. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

ESEE 312 Learner in the Environment III: Behavior Project Implementation (3)

Teacher candidates demonstrate the ability to establish, maintain, and (when necessary) restore the classroom as an effective environment for teaching and learning. Candidates demonstrate ability to identify maladaptive student behaviors and implement effective, research-based interventions. A-F only.

GEOG 763 Research Seminar: Agricultural Geography (3)

(Cross-listed as SUST 763)

ZOOL 716 Topics in Fish and Fisheries Biology (V)

Lecture-discussion of various aspects. Repeatable up to nine credits. ZOOL majors only.

WS 202 Psychology of Gender (3)

Survey of topics in psychology relevant to women’s lives: socialization of gender, mental health, violence against women, achievement motivation, lifespan issues, domestic violence. A-F only. Pre: 151 or PSY 100. (Cross-listed as PSY 202)

WS 392 Sexualities (3)

Multi-disciplinary course draws from psychology, sociology, biology, history, cultural anthropology, law, Hawaiian, ethnic, feminist, gender, and queer studies to explore human sexualities with emphasis on the U.S., Hawai‘i and the AsiaPacific regions. A-F only. Pre: one of 151, 202, 315 or 350; or consent.

ICS 210 Information Systems in Society (3)

Lecture/discussion critically explores sociopolitical dimensions of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and the information professions. A-F only. Pre: departmental approval. (Once a year)

KRS 614 Athletic Training Research Practicum (V)

(1 Sem, 5 4-hr Practicum) Advanced research practicum in which the BOC certified or certification eligible graduate student deepens their understanding and enhances their critical thinking abilities in order to contribute to the advancement of the discipline and the athletic training profession. Repeatable four times, up to 12 credits. A-F only. Pre: consent.

KOR 496 Korean Abroad (V)

Supervised internship with Korean professional hosts in Korea. Students also undergo a one-week training module designed to prepare them to maximize the benefits of the overseas internship. Repeatable up to 3 times. CR/ NC only. Pre: 495, diagnostic assessment procedures; or consent.

LING 120 Language as a Window to the Mind (3)

Introduction to language-related phenomena, which gives insight into the organization of the human mind. Combines lecture, discussion and group projects.

MUS 199 Recital Attendance (0)

Attendance at approved departmental concerts. Required of all music majors (BMus, six semesters; BA and BEd, four semesters). Repeatable unlimited times. CR/NC only.

NURS 211 Professionalism in Nursing (2)

Professional responsibilities of nursing practice are examined through the history of nursing, practice and education, legal and ethical issues, contemporary issues, and nursing roles. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: admission to the School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, or consent. Co-requisite: 210, 210L, and 212.

PACE 495 Practicum and Internship (3)

The practicum and internship in Peace and Conflict Resolution provides an opportunity for students to apply the skills and concepts learned in earlier courses. Pre: any two other PACE courses or consent. (Cross-listed as PUBA 495)

POLS 686 Politics of Hawai‘i (3)

Examinations from several perspectives of the political, economic, and cultural forces that historically formed Hawai‘i and contemporary political themes, issues, and processes. Pre: graduate standing.

PH 677 Managing Global Health Service Delivery (3)

Provides knowledge, skills, attitudes and resources that health managers require to manage and maintain the quality of partnerships, facilities, programs, community services, people, drugs, and information in limited resources settings. PH majors only. A-F only. (Cross-listed as GHPS 677)

REL 478 New World Rituals and Ideologies (3)

Study of cross-cultural patterns in ritual behaviors and creolization of African, indigenous, and Iberian ideological frameworks in the Americas. Topics may include syncretic religions (voodoo, candomble), Andean Christianity, spiritual conquest, conceptions of death, etc. Sophomore standing or higher. Minimum C- required grade for prerequisites. Pre: LAIS 360, or consent. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as ANTH 478 and LAIS 478)

SUST 320 Environment and Agriculture (3)

Overview of environmental issues and impacts associated with agriculture, specifically pest management issues, and options for environmentally responsible management and amelioration of these impacts. (Cross-listed as PEPS 310)

ARCH 203 Design Communication (4)

Exploration of critical judgment and means to conceptualize, develop, represent, and visually and orally communicate form and space, including fundamentals of freehand drawing, mechanical drawing, physical model making, diagramming, and graphic techniques. Open to non-majors. A-F only. Pre: 100 and 101 and 102.

ART 479 Art of Hawai‘i (3)

Stylistic and aesthetic characteristics of art of ancient Hawai‘i; relationship to art from other parts of Polynesia. Pre: 176 or consent.

ATMO 199 Introduction to MET Undergraduate Directed Research (V)

Students gain familiarity with ATMO research. Students can select 1-3 credits per semester for maximum 6 credits over 4 semesters. Students must pre-arrange research and reading content with instructor. Repeatable three times, up to six credits. Freshman and sophomore standing only. CR/NC only. Pre: instructor approval.

BUS 622 Economic Foundations of Strategy (1.5)

Microeconomic principles that provide structure to solve managerial problems, and to suggest strategies for success. Evaluation of the microeconomic competitive environment in which organizations operate. A-F only. Co-requisite: 621.

CHEM 647 Organic Synthesis II (3)

Continuation of 642, and is the second half of a two-semester course in Modern Organic Synthesis. Pre: 642 and a minimum required grade for prerequisites of B. (Spring only)

CEE 601 Operations Management (3)

Linear programming, simplex method, graphical representation: dual; degeneracy; transportation problem; assignment problems; data envelopment analysis; applications; case studies; managerial deporting; LINDO software. Graduate students only. A-F only. Pre: 476 (or equivalent) (with a minimum grade of B-), and consent.

CIS 704 Special Topics in Communication and Information Sciences (V)

Seminar reflecting research interests of faculty and current interdisciplinary topics in communication and information sciences. Repeatable unlimited times. Graduate students only.

ECON 700 Thesis Research (V)

Research for master’s thesis. Repeatable unlimited times.

EDEP 613 Qualitative Research Methods in Education (3)

Introduction to methods of qualitative research in education. (Meets PhD common core requirement.) (Cross-listed as EDEA 604)

FR 411 Masterpieces of 17th-Century Literature (3)

Principal works of major dramatists: Corneille, Moliere, Racine. Principal movements and major authors of non-dramatic prose and poetry. Pre: 331 or consent.

HAW 615 Kuana‘ike (3)

The examination of Hawaiian ways of speaking, as contrasted with English focusing on those features that are uniquely Hawaiian and can be said to constitute a Hawaiian worldview. Section 1 taught in Hawaiian; Section 2 taught in English. Pre: 402 or consent for Section 1.

HIST 305 History of Southeast Asia (3)

Survey of development of civilizations and growth of nations in Southeast Asia, to the 18th century.

ITE 313 (Alpha) Principles and Methods of Reading Instruction (V)

First of two methods courses focusing on theories and research-based practices related to reading instruction in elementary classrooms. Emphasis on writing instruction; lecture/ lab; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

IS 611 Integrative Seminar in Gerontology (V)

Integrative seminar. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

JPN 493 Project Work in Japanese (3)

Enhances Japanese language skills through a field-based research project on a topic of the individual student’s choice. Interviews, surveys, observations, written materials and A/V-assisted oral presentations. Repeatable one time. Pre: 402 or 405 or equivalent, or consent.

KRS 331 Water Safety Training (3)

Theory and methods of advanced lifesaving and water safety leading to American Red Cross Water Safety Instructor (WSI) certification. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 104 or consent. (Student to provide own swim attire approved by the instructor.)

LAW 510 Contracts II (V)

Continuation of 509. Pre: 509.

LWPA 579 International Business Transactions (V)

An examination of the law, rules, and practices relating to transborder commercial transactions. Roughly half of the semester focuses on international sales transactions, the remaining portion focuses on domestic and multinational governance of the international business arena.

MKT 651 Advanced Marketing Management (3)

A case course in the application of advanced marketing methods. Pre: BUS 623 or consent.

ME 360 Computer Methods in Engineering (3)

Numerical solutions for algebraic and transcendental equations, simultaneous linear algebraic equations, integration and differentiation; integration of ordinary differential equations. Engineering applications. Pre: grade of C or better in all of EE 160 (or EE 110 or ICS 111), MATH 244 (or MATH 253A), and MATH 302 (or MATH 307).

MED 531 Internal Medicine Clerkship (16)

Required for third-year medical students, 11-week duration. Ambulatory care and hospital-based experience. Pre: third year medical student standing.

NURS 676L Primary Care I Lab (beginning level): Health Assessment (2)

Beginning level clinical experience. Application of concepts and principles of assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, and management of adult clients for advanced practice nursing students in primary care settings. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 612/612L, 613, and 629. Co-requisite: 676.

OCN 490 Communication of Research Results (2)

Lecture/discussion to provide instruction and experience in oral and written presentation of scientific results and material. GES majors only in their final semester. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as GES 490)

PHIL 780 Seminar in Japanese Philosophy (3)

Various periods, movements, and thinkers in Japanese philosophy. Topic changes each semester. Consult department for more information. Repeatable one time with consent. Pre: graduate standing or consent. Recommended: 380.

PEPS 716 Advanced Plant Nematology (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Advanced study of nematode taxonomy, genetics, behavior, host interactions, and sustainable management in an integrated lecture-laboratory. Pre: 605 (with a minimum grade of B) or consent.

PSY 772 Adult Treatment: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (3)

Training in cognitive-behavioral strategies for treating adults. Repeatable one time. Enrolled in Clinical Studies Program only. PSY major only. Pre: 670 or consent.

SOC 721 Social Change–Pacific Islands (3)

Analysis of social change; transformation from subsistence societies to commodified, wage-labor societies with participation in world economy.

THAI 201 Second-Level Thai I (4)

Continuation of 104 and 106, or 102. Integrated development of skills in listening, speaking, reading, and writing in Thai script. Meets 5 hours/week, regular online lab work and review of on-line audio visual materials. Pre: 104 and 106, or 102.

THEA 612 History of Western Theatre I (3)

Theatre as a cultural and social institution in the West, from ancient Greece to Restoration England. Pre: one of 311, 312, 411, 412, or consent. (Alt. years)

TIM 350 Introduction to Tourism Transportation (3)

Introduction to managerial and operational issues related to all modes of transportation used by tourists into or within a tourist destination. Passenger behavior; transport infrastructure; transport networks; regulation; sustainable transport. TIM majors only. Pre: 101.

TPSS 401 Vegetable Crop Production (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Crop biology, requirements, and production techniques for commercial vegetable production in Hawai‘i will be stressed. Pre: 300 or consent.

PLAN 621 Environmental Conflict Resolution (3)

Explore how environmental conflicts emerge and the efforts to find common ground for resolution. Examine the issues, debates, and theoretical aspects that help to explain and frame environmental conflict. Graduate students only. (Cross-listed as PACE 621)

ACC 583 Cost Accounting (5)

Information for managerial decision-making, planning and control, job order and process costing, direct and absorption costing, standard and normal cost systems. Will also cover Government and Not-for-profit topics. A-F only.

AMST 483 Elements of Research (3)

Required research seminar in American Studies in preparation for the senior capstone project. AMST majors only. A-F only. Pre: 383 (Fall only)

ANTH 323 Pacific Islands Archaeology (3)

Origins of Pacific peoples; chronology of settlement; sequences of culture in Australia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia. Pre: sophomore standing or consent.

ASAN 330 Chinese Film: Art and History (3)

Study and analysis of Chinese film; its history and relationship to cultural, social, philosophical, and aesthetic contexts. (Cross-listed as EALL 330)

BIOL 603 Molecular Ecology (3)

) Practical introduction to molecular methods used to address ecological and evolutionary questions. Advanced undergraduate/graduate level. Focus on methods and application to independent research project. A-F only. Pre: 265/265L (or equivalent) or 275/275L (or equivalent), and 375/375L, and consent. (Alt. years)

EDCS 605 Literacy Coaching and Leadership (3)

Exploration and application of literacy specialist roles. Includes teaching, coaching, providing resources, advocating for all students, and collaborating with other professionals. A-F only. Pre: consent.

DNCE 617 Seminar in Performance Studies (3)

Special topics. Repeatable up to two times when topics change. Pre: THEA 615 or consent. (Cross-listed as THEA 617)

ENG 440 Single Author (3)

Intensive study of the works and literary milieu of a single author considered significant by most scholars in English Studies. The English Department maintains a list of versions focusing on specific authors. Repeatable one time for a different author, with consent. Pre: two ENG DL courses or consent.

ESEE 320 Assessment I: Foundations of Assessment (3)

Introduction to foundational aspects of assessment and emphasizes the importance of linking assessment with planning and instruction. Candidates develop knowledge, skills, and dispositions important for designing, implementing, and analyzing effective assessments for diverse learners. A-F only.

FIN 635 (Alpha) Advanced Topics in Finance (3)

Major current financial issues and problems. (C) Japanese financial management; (D) portfolio management theory; (F) stocks, bonds, and modern instruments. Pre: BUS 629 or consent.

GEOG 764 Research Seminar: Social Geography (3)

ZOOL 718 Topics in Animal Physiology (V)

Selected problems in environmental physiology, electro-physiology, or neurophysiology. Basic concepts and measurements of function at the organismic or cellular level. Repeatable three times, up to nine credits.

WS 219 Women Philosophers (3)

Introduces students to the ideas of women philosophers. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: any course 100 or above in PHIL or WS, or consent. (Alt. years) (Crosslisted as PHIL 218)

WS 394 Co-ops, Communes, Collectives (3)

Theory and practice of democratic organizations: women’s and feminist organizations; co-ops, communes, and collectives; indigenous people’s organizations; workplace democracy and social change. A-F only. Pre: any 100- or 200-level POLS course or 390 (or concurrent) or WS 151, or consent. (Cross-listed as POLS 394)

ICS 211 Introduction to Computer Science II (4)

(3 Lec, 1 3-hr. Lab) Reinforce and strengthen problem-solving skills using abstract data types and introduce software development practices. Emphasize the use of searching and sorting algorithms and their complexity, recursion, object-oriented programming, and data structures. Pre: grade of “B” or higher in 111 or consent.

KRS 615 (Alpha) Clinical Examination of Pathology (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Examination, care and treatment of musculoskeletal, neurological, and neuromuscular conditions and pathology; (B) lower body; (H) head, neck and spine; (U) upper extremity. EL-GATEP majors only for (B). Athletic Training majors only. Graduate students only. A-F only.

KOR 499 Directed Fourth-Level Reading (V)

For those who need special assistance, e.g., in reading texts in area of specialization or at a pace more rapid than those of standard courses. Primarily for graduate students from other departments. CR/NC only. Repeatable three times. Pre: consent of department chair.

LING 123 Logic and Language (3)

Introduces logic as a way of understanding the meanings of everyday words and sentences, as well as the inferences that humans draw from them. Topics include propositional logic, first-order logic, elementary set theory, and relations.

MUS 225 Second-Level Secondary Piano (1)

Continuation of 125–126; increased emphasis on piano literature up to intermediate level. MUS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 126 or consent.

NURS 212 Pathophysiology (3)

Focus on pathophysiological concepts that are basic to understanding illness and injury and the corresponding spectrum of human responses, which serve as a foundation for the formulation of clinical decisions and care planning. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: admission to the School of Nursing and Dental Hygiene, or consent. Co-requisite: 210, 210L, and 211.

PACE 621 Environmental Conflict Resolution (3)

Explore how environmental conflicts emerge and the efforts to find common ground for resolution. Examine the issues, debates, and theoretical aspects that help to explain and frame environmental conflict. Graduate students only. (Cross-listed as PLAN 621)

PH 680 Health Emergencies in Large Populations (3)

Health Emergencies in Large Populations is run by the Center for Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance and the Red Cross. It provides knowledge, practical skills, and networking for global health practitioners. A-F only. (Cross-listed as GHPS 680)

SOC 231 Introduction to Juvenile Delinquency (3)

Forms of juvenile deviance; conditions and processes that result in alienation and deviance of youth. Juvenile corrections as institutionalized societal responses.

ARCH 220 Introduction to Environmental Systems A (3)

Introduction to building systems, including structural, environmental, life-safety, building envelope, building materials and building assemblies. Development of design skills with emphasis on elevating skills in assessing and selecting appropriate building systems. ARCH and ENVD majors only. A-F only. Pre: 132 and MATH 140.

ART 483 Applied Art of Japan (3)

Ceramics, metalwork, lacquer, and textiles throughout Japanese history. Pre: 175 and 176; or consent.

ATMO 200 Atmospheric Processes and Phenomena (3)

Atmospheric variables, gas laws, radiation processes, thermodynamics, conservation laws, dynamic approximations, clouds and precipitation, convection, atmospheric circulations, mid-latitude and tropical weather systems, forecasting, climate. Pre: PHYS 170 and MATH 241.

BUS 623 Marketing Management (3)

Concepts and issues in marketing within the global environment of business. Ethical dimensions and social responsibilities; market research; consumer segmentation and positioning. Strategic marketing planning. MBA students only or advisor approval. A-F only.

CHEM 651 Chemical Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics (3)

Includes statistical thermodynamics, with application to chemical systems. Pre: graduate standing in CHEM.

CEE 602 Construction Scheduling and Claims (3)

Precedence networks, CPM, float, updating, resource leveling, least cost scheduling, scheduling case studies, computerized scheduling, exclusion reports, sorting, term project; contract law, types of claims, proving claims, delay claims, impact of changes, Eichleay Formula, acceleration, overtime, stacking, crowding, efficiency losses, contract interpretation, Leonard Study, Kuiper model, labor escalation, claims case studies, term paper. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing in civil and environmental engineering and consent.

CIS 705 Data Science Foundations (3)

All aspects of data science: the methodology and processes; ethics and regulatory issues; programming tools; data acquisition, cleaning, analysis and mining; visualization, publication, curation, and preservation; applications in various fields. Graduate students only.

EALL 363 (Alpha) 20th-Century Chinese Literature and Culture (3)

Survey of 20th-century Chinese literature in translation. Includes a variety of genres from the People’s Republic of China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong: (B) 1919–1949; (C) 1949–present. Pre: one DH or DL course, or consent.

EDEP 616 Measurement in Education and Social Sciences (3)

Concepts, theories and practices in testing and measurement. Specific topics include classical and modern test theories, reliability estimation, validity, psychometric validation methods including factor analysis and item response theory. Pre: 604 or PSY 610 or consent.

EE 621 Advanced Solid-State Devices (3)

Advanced physical principles and design of modern solid-state electronic devices. Heterostructures, photodetectors, LED, junction lasers, and other devices of current importance identified from the current literature. A-F only. Pre: 327.

ZOOL 439L Animal Ecology Lab (2)

(1 4-hr Lab) Introduction to methodology, experience in characterizing populations and communities. Pre: BIOL 265.

HAW 625 Mo‘olelo Hawai‘i (3)

Intensive study, research, and analysis of Hawaiian history. Repeatable two times with consent of advisor. Pre: 402 or consent.

HIST 306 History of Southeast Asia (3)

Continuation of 305, from 18th century to the present.

IS 650 Principles of Applied Evolutionary Ecology: Biodiversity Loss, Biological Invasions and Emerging Disease (3)

Combined lecture-discussion on the ecological and evolutionary underpinnings of the coupled process of biological invasion, disease emergence and biodiversity loss. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Once a year)

JPN 495 (Alpha) Internship Program (3)

Analysis of intercultural communication processes under faculty supervision through participation in an organization serving native speakers of Japanese. (B) business, repeatable one time; (C) travel industry internship. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 370 or consent for (C); 431 for (B).

LAW 511 Professional Responsibility (V)

Introductory consideration of selected topics relating to functions, structure, and responsibilities of the legal profession and its future role in society.

LWPA 581 Native Hawaiian Rights (V)

Status and evolution of rights of Native Hawaiians to the land and its usufructs. Potential of utilizing native rights based on statute, custom, and use to develop new and expanded rights.

MKT 652 Japanese Marketing Systems (3)

Specialized study of Japanese marketing systems, considers both global and domestic marketing activities in the context of the Japanese economy. Pre: BUS 623 or consent.

MED 532 Internal Medicine Longitudinal Clerkship (8)

Six-month long clerkship in ambulatory setting, and six-week hospital-based experience. Repeatable one time. Pre: third-year standing and concurrent registration in 532 courses. Six-month long clerkship in ambulatory setting, and six-week hospital-based experience. Repeatable one time. Pre: third-year standing and concurrent registration in 532 courses.

NURS 677 Primary Care II Seminar: Management of the Adult (1)

Intermediate level seminar where students discuss current evidence, concepts, and principles of assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, and management of adult clients. NURS majors only. Pre: 676/676L. Co-requisite: 677L.

OCN 496 Topics in Global Environmental Science (V)

Lecture and discussion or seminar. Current topics in environmental science explored in detail. Typically offered by faculty in their specialties, or developed in response to student interest. GES majors only. Repeatable unlimited times, credits earned up to six credits. Pre: consent.

PHIL 790 Seminar in Comparative Philosophy (3)

Comparison of widely differing philosophical traditions. Specific topic changes each semester. Consult department for more information. Repeatable two times with consent. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

PEPS 730 Advanced Plant Virology (2)

Characterization, genome organization, gene expression, and molecular mechanisms of plant viruses. Pre: 606 (with a minimum grade of B) or consent.

POLS 692 Teaching Initiative in Political Science (3)

Combines the study of the theoretical and practical aspects of teaching political science with supervised classroom teaching of POLS 110. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

PSY 773 Seminar in Psychopathology (3)

Repeatable unlimited times.

REL 480 Field Methods in Religion (3)

Introduction to theoretical and methodological approaches to doing fieldwork in the study of religion. Application of these in studying Hawai‘i’s diverse religious environment. Pre: 300 or consent.

SOC 722 Modern Japanese Society (3)

Social and behavioral studies of Japanese values, social organization, and personality development. Problems of value conflict, political protest, world role, tradition, and social change. Repeatable one time only.

SPED 487 Characteristics/Strategies for Teaching At-Risk Students (3)

Survey of educational, behavioral, and emotional characteristics of students who are at-risk for school failure and strategies to work with such students. A-F only.

SUST 321 Hawai‘i and the Pacific (3)

Hawai‘i as part of the Pacific community: selected historical and contemporary problems of Pacific areas; cultural and economic imperialism, land alienation, and the impact of development on Pacific peoples. Pre: one DS or DH course. (Cross-listed as ES 320)

TIM 351 Principles of Logistics (3)

Management of logistics systems: inventory control, warehousing, materials management, physical distribution, transportation. Emphasis on Hawai‘i’s location and unique problems. TIM majors only. Pre: 101.

PLAN 622 Advanced Environmental Impact Assessment (3)

Theory and practice of environmental impact assessment. Policy and planning frameworks supporting environmental assessment in the U.S. and abroad. Cumulative environmental effects and strategic environmental assessment. (Cross-listed as GEOG 622)

ACC 584 Regulation and Accounting (5)

Will cover tax accounting topics for individuals, estates, and business entities. Also will cover business law and professional responsibility topics important for the professional accountant. A-F only. Pre: 581.

AMST 484 Senior Capstone Project (3)

Capstone course for American studies students to undertake a major research-based project. AMST majors only. Pre: 483 and consent.

ANTH 325 Origins of Cities (3)

Combined lecture/ discussion on the emergence and development of ancient cities in comparative perspective and the dynamics of (pre)modern urban life. Examples are drawn from the Near East, Mediterranean, Africa, India, China, and the Americas. A-F only. Pre: sophomore standing or consent.

ASAN 356 Geography of Southeast Asia (3)

An investigation of the development context of Southeast Asia including socioeconomic, cultural, and environmental resources. Problems and prospects for change. Sophomore standing or higher. (Cross-listed as GEOG 356)

BIOM 499 Directed Research and Reading (V)

To provide elective courses for undergraduates in the biomedical sciences specialties. Repeatable unlimited times

EDCS 606 Introduction to Research in Curriculum and Teaching (3)

Classroom-based research covers the fundamentals of qualitative, quantitative, action research, mixed methods, and curriculum based assessment. Exploratory, explanatory, and confirmatory research will be highlighted culminating in an outline for Plan B/Thesis proposal. (Cross-listed as DIS 606)

ECON 730 Research Seminar (3)

Selected issues emphasizing research techniques. Required for students who have passed the two theory qualifying exams and have not passed the comprehensive exam. CR/NC only. Pre: consent.

ENG 442 Geoffrey Chaucer (3)

Intensive study of the works and literary milieu of Geoffrey Chaucer. Pre: two ENG DL courses or consent

ESEE 321 Assessment II: Formal Assessment (3)

Understand techniques in the assessment, planning, and instructional process appropriate for students with mild/moderate disabilities. Inclusion of students with disabilities in the general education environment is stressed. Significant instruction on writing individualized education programs. A-F only.

FIN 637 International Financial Management (3)

Financial decision-making in an international setting: analysis of direct foreign investment; economic, accounting, and regulatory environments, including taxation; international money and capital markets; import and export financing; multinational working capital management; and risk aspects of international finance. Pre: BUS 629 or consent.

FR 413 Masterpieces of 18th-Century Literature (3)

Pre: 332 or consent.

GEOG 766 Society and Space (3)

Advanced seminar on social production of space. Topics include spatial metaphor in social theory; western spatiality from the renaissance through the enlightenment, modernity and post modernity; and geography of the body, home, landscape, and nation. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

ZOOL 719 Topics in Systematics and Evolution (V)

Selected problems of current or historic interest. Repeatable three times, up to nine credits. Pre: consent

WS 230 Gender and Sport (3)

Explores the influence of gender in sport from cultural, psychosocial, and political perspectives. Examines women’s and men’s role as participants, spectators, and employees of sport and sports organizations. A-F only. Pre: one DS course.

WS 399 Directed Reading (V)

Pre: consent. Repeatable eight times, up to 45 credits.

ICS 212 Program Structure (3)

Program organization paradigms, programming environments, implementation of a module from specifications, the C and C++ programming languages. Pre: 211 or consent.

ITE 314 (Alpha) Principles and Methods of Writing Instruction (V)

Second of two methods courses focusing on theories and research-based practices related to writing instruction in elementary classrooms. Emphasis on writing instruction; lecture/ lab; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. A-F only.

KRS 332 Emergency Care and First Aid Training (3)

Practicum in training of persons to become qualified in emergency care knowledge, basic life support, and first aid skills. First Aid and CPR certificates may be earned.

KRS 616 Advanced Orthopedic Assessment (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Advanced knowledge and skills of athletic training as they are specifically applied to the understanding, treatment, and rehabilitation of sport-related injuries. (e.g. epidemiology, legal, ethical concerns, sports psychology, pharm, drug abuse, health issues) Pre: ANAT/KRS 604 or consent.

KOR 613 (Alpha) Korean Verse (3)

Intensive and analytical reading of selected works of Korean lyric and didactic verse (e.g., hyangga, changga, hanshi, sijo, kasa, free form): (M) modern; (T) traditional. Pre: 494 or consent for (M), 493 or consent for (T).

LING 150 (Alpha) Language in Hawai‘i and the Pacific (3)

Introduction to the study of language and language-related issues, with a focus on Hawai‘i and the Pacific; (B) unit mastery; (C) lecture discussion. A-F only.

ME 371 Mechanics of Solids (3)

Stress, strain and constitutive relations for elastic solids. Design of shafts, beams, columns and cylinders. Failure theories, statically indeterminate systems. Pre: grade of C or better in all of CEE 270 and MATH 244 (or MATH 253A) and MATH 302 (or MATH 307 or BE 350).

MUS 226 Second-Level Secondary Piano (1)

Continuation of 225. A-F only. Pre: 225 or consent.

NURS 213 Pharmacology for Nursing (3)

This course will help students to gain knowledge of the mechanism of action, toxicity, adverse reactions, side effects, therapeutic uses, and nursing implications of the major categories of drugs. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 210, 210L, and 212. Co-requisites: 220 and 220L. (Spring only)

PACE 629 Negotiation & Conflict Resolution (3)

Negotiation as a foundational skill of conflict resolution; mastery of negotiation skills for strategic dispute resolution; non-routine problem-solving, creating partnerships and alliances; crafting optimal agreements. Students participate in simulations and acquire vital leadership skills. Graduate standing only. Pre: one of the following courses: 429, 447, 477, 647, 652, or 668; or PLAN 627; or COMG 455 or SOC 730; or LAW 508; or MGT 660. (Cross-listed as PLAN 629)

PH 681 Environmental Determinants of Health (3)

Environmental factors in personal and community health; implications for public health practice. Consideration of major issues from local, U.S., and international perspectives.

SOC 251 Introduction to Sociology of the Family (3)

Family patterns, mate selection, parent-child interaction, socialization of roles, legal sanctions, trends in organization, functions.

THEA 613 History of Western Theatre II (3)

Theatre as a cultural and social institution in the West, from the 18th century to the present. Pre: one of 311, 312, 411, 412, or consent. (Alt. years)

ARCH 235 Computer Applications in Design (4)

Exploration of digital design fundamentals and their application to design analysis, conceptualization, design process, and communication of design intent. Pre: 100, 101, and 132.

ART 484 Contemporary Art and Ecology (3)

Explores the recent history of environmental and ecological art; provides a critical framework for the contemporary image politics of environmentalism, ecology, sustainability, and climate change. A-F only. Pre: 176.

ATMO 302 Atmospheric Physics (3)

Energy and thermodynamics, statics and stability, physical processes of cloud formation, radiation and Earthatmosphere heat balance, kinetic theory, optical effects. Pre: 200, MATH 242, and PHYS 272; or consent.

BUS 624 Accounting for Decision-making (3)

Accounting tools for business professionals focusing on the role of accounting information in capital markets, managerial decision-making and corporate governance. A-F only. Completing an additional 12 contact-hour tutorial will be required and incorporated into the class schedule. With instructor approval, the tutorial requirement may be waived if student has successfully completed an accounting course (ex. ACC 200 or 201) or an approved online tutorial.

CHEM 652 Chemical Kinetics and Reaction Dynamics (3)

Kinetics and chemical reaction dynamics of elementary reactions relevant to combustion processes, astrochemistry, chemical vapor deposition and planetary sciences. Pre: graduate standing in CHEM. (Spring only)

CEE 604 Cost Engineering and Quality Control (3)

Study and applications of cost/schedule control systems criteria, earned value analysis, probabilistic cost estimating, construction risk management, construction quality control, and operations research in construction. Recommended: 472 or 474, or consent.

CIS 720 Interdisciplinary Seminar in Communication and Information Sciences (1)

Exploration of relationships between disciplines in social sciences, science and technology, and humanities. Faculty and student presentations. Repeatable unlimited times. CR/NC only. Pre: consent.

DNCE 651 Seminar in Dance Research (3)

Research materials and methods; preparation for thesis and scholarly research reporting. Required for graduate concentrations in dance. (Alt. years)

EDEP 618 Categorical Data Analysis (3)

Theories and methods for data analysis with categorical and discrete variables; analysis of contingency tables, loglinear models, introduction to generalized linear models for binary, nominal, ordinal, and count outcomes in cross-sectional and longitudinal data sets. Pre: 604, PSY 610, or consent.

EE 622 Optical Electronics I (3)

Fundamentals of optical radiation, including stimulated and spontaneous processes. Optical electronics including optical resonators, lasers, optical detectors, lightguiding, and applications. A-F only. Pre: 327 or consent.

ZOOL 442 Introduction to Neuroscience (3)

Nerve cells, their signaling capabilities and the developmental organization of nervous systems, both invertebrate and vertebrate, for sensory reception, integration, behavioral command and learning;insights from on-going research using molecular,
genetic, biophysical, and imaging methods. Pre: BIOL 275 or consent. (Spring only)

HIST 309 East Asian Civilizations (3)

Characteristics of East Asian civilizations as they developed in pre-modern China; variant patterns in Japan and Korea; the modernization process to 1500.

IS 651L Laboratory A in Applied Evolutionary Ecology: Biodiversity Loss, Biological Invasions and Emerging Disease (2)

Combined lecture-laboratory on the ecological and evolutionary underpinnings of the coupled process of biological invasion, disease emergence and biodiversity loss. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Once a year)

JPN 499 Directed Fourth-Level Reading (V)

For those who need special assistance, e.g., in reading texts in area of specialization or at a pace more rapid than those of standard courses. Primarily for graduate students from other departments. CR/NC only. Repeatable three times. Pre: consent.

LAW 512 Reparations and Reconciliation (V)

Seminar addresses a legally and socially important contemporary issue-healing present-day wounds of historic injustice. Considers how to repair the continuing social damage of injustice. (Once a year)

LWPA 582 (Alpha) Topics-Native Hawaiian Law (V)

Specific topic areas depend on current developments and issues in Native Hawaiian and Indigenous law in Hawai‘i, the nation, and internationally, and expertise of faculty and visiting faculty. (B) policy and governance; (C) business and economic development; (D) law and culture; (E) Indigenous peoples, (F) Indigenous environment and sustainability. Repeatable up to 9 credits. LAW students only.

MKT 653 International Marketing Management (3)

Integrated and comparative approach to international marketing management. Emphasis on the development of a competitive strategy in a global environment. Applications to both developing and industrialized markets. Pre: BUS 623 or consent.

MED 541 Advanced Medicine Clerkship (6)

Required 4 weeks duration for fourth-year medical students. Advanced experiences in ambulatory and hospital-based medical care. Proficiency in this course may be established by examination. CR/NC only. Pre: fourth-year standing and completion of 531, or consent.

NURS 677L Primary Care II Lab (intermediate level): Acute & Chronic Conditions (Adult) (V)

Intermediate level practicum. Application of concepts and principles of assessment, diagnosis, management, and evaluation of clients in supervised clinical practicum for advanced practice nursing focusing on adults with acute or chronic diagnoses in primary care. Repeatable one time, up to five credits. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 676/676L. Co-requisite: 677.

OCN 499 Undergraduate Thesis (V)

Directed research in which the student carries out a scientific project of small to moderate scope with one or more chosen advisors. The student must complete a document in the style of a scientific journal article. Repeatable one time or up to six credits. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as GES 499)

PHIL 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

POLS 695 Colloquium (3)

Specialized subjects in political science.

PSY 774 Seminar in Clinical Psychology (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

REL 490 Buddhism in Japan (3)

Major features and trends in thought, institutions, and practices in the context of Japanese history and culture, 6th–20th century. Pre: 204 or 207, or consent.

SPED 499 Directed Reading/Research (V)

Individual reading, research, and/or projects under direct supervision of instructors. Repeatable nine times. Pre: consent of instructor or department chair.

THAI 202 Second-Level Thai II (4)

Continuation of 201. Pre: 201 or consent.

TPSS 402 Flower and Foliage Crop Production (4)

Biology and production of cut flowers, blooming potted plants, foliage plants under field and protected cultivation in Hawai‘i and globally. Pre: 300 or consent.

PLAN 624 Environmental Valuation and Policy (3)

Build valuation skills to assess best use, conservation, and policies relating to environmental amenities. Provides an overview of policy solutions to environmental degradation used by planners.

ACC 585 Auditing and Attestation (4)

Concepts include standards, objectives, and ethics for external auditors. Emphasizes reporting standards, internal control, statistical sampling, EDP audits, and assurance. Also covers information systems and relevant measurement topics. A-F only. Pre: 581.

AMST 489 World Maritime History (3)

Survey of world maritime history from earliest times to the present, with emphasis on the evolution of nautical technology, motives from maritime enterprises, and the impact of cross-cultural encounters between oceanic peoples. (Cross-listed as HIST 489)

ANTH 326 American Folklore and Folklife (3)

Examination of the history and ethics of folklore studies and the dynamics and social functions of traditional culture in diverse communities through topics such as ritual, storytelling, games, gossip, belief, music, and cultural tourism. Junior standing or higher. (Cross-listed as AMST 326)

ASAN 360 Buddhist Philosophy (3)

Survey of central thinkers and schools. Pre: any course 100 or above in PHIL, CHN, JPN, PALI, SNSK, or TIB; or consent. (Cross-listed as PHIL 360)

BIOM 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

Repeatable unlimited times.

EDCS 607 New Literacies Leadership +(3)

New approaches to analyzing 21st century literacies K-12, including visual, media, digital, and critical literacies as well as developing leadership practices in multi-literacies pedagogy. A-F only.

EALL 364 20th-Century Chinese Women Writers (3)

A survey and critical examination of contemporary Chinese women writers from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Traces a genealogy of women’s writing from the early 1920s up until now through novels, poetry, drama, and film. Pre: one DH or DL course, or consent. (Cross-listed as ASAN 364 and WS 346)

ECON 732 MA Capstone Research (3)

Student applies theoretical and quantitative techniques, critical thinking, and communicative skills to prepare a written and oral presentation of original research on a topic of his or her choice. A-F only. Pre: 606, 607, 627, 628, and consent of graduate chair.

ENG 445 William Shakespeare (3)

Intensive study of the works and literary milieu of William Shakespeare. Repeatable one time. Pre: two ENG DL courses or consent.

ESEE 330 Planning and Instruction: Introduction to Inclusive Teaching (3)

Teacher candidates engage in reflective, procedural, and research writing to differentiate instruction based on learner needs, planning to facilitate inclusion of students with disabilities in the general education environment through evidence-based practices. A-F only.

FIN 639 International Banking (3)

Commercial, investment, and merchant banking in the international arena. Includes international lending, Euromarkets, global gap management, Forex activities, and international risk management. Pre: BUS 629 or consent.

FR 417 19th Century French Prose and Poetry (3)

Study of representative prose and poetry of the major trends of 19th century France: romanticism, realism, symbolism, aestheticism. Pre: 332 or consent.

GEOG 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

HAW 638 (Alpha) Na Mea Kakau/Na Haku Mo‘olelo (3)

Intensive study of an individual author, his/her works and nuances of his/her works. (E) J. H. Kanepu‘u; (I) S. M. Kamakau. Pre: 601 or consent. (Once a year)

ZOOL 739 Topics in Ecology (V)

Advanced topics in ecology; discussion of literature and in depth survey of specific areas. Repeatable three times up to nine credits. Pre: graduate standing and consent.

WS 245 Women Writers of World Literature (3)

Major women writers of world literature examined in context of female literary tradition. Pre: one of ENG 100A, 101, or ELI 100; or consent.

WS 400 Food, Body, and Women: Analysis of Biopolitics (3)

Explores how food, body, and other “matter of life” are imbedded in biopolitics from the feminist perspectives. A-F only. Pre: 151 or three credits of upper division WS courses, or consent. (Spring only). (Cross-listed as SOC 400)

ICS 215 Introduction to Scripting (3)

Introduction to scripting languages for the integration of applications and systems. Scripting in operating systems, web pages, server-side application integration, regular expressions, and event handling for languages such as Perl, JavaScript, PHP, Python, shell scripting. A-F only. Pre: 211 (or concurrent), or consent. (Once a year)

ITE 315 Field Training – Blended ECE (4)

Students spend 15 hours per week in settings appropriate to concurrently enrolled classes; supervision provided by participating teacher and college supervisor. Repeatable two times. A-F only. Pre: 415 and SPED 304 (with a minimum grade of B-), or consent. (Cross-listed as SPED 315)

KRS 333 Movement Education I (3)

A movement-based approach to teaching basic motor skills in preschool/elementary physical education. Students actively participate and learn about developmentally appropriate content and pedagogy for children in grades P–5/6. Peer bit teaching is included. A-F only.

KRS 617 Therapeutic Interventions: Modalities (3)

(3 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Physiology principles and operational procedures of contemporary therapeutic modalities as they relate to the care and treatment of athletic injuries. Athletic Training majors only. (Fall only)

LING 170 The Language of Children (3)

Survey of findings about the child’s acquisition of language.

ME 372 Component Design (3)

Design, analysis, and selection of machine components: shafts, screws, fasteners, welds, rolling contact bearings, journal bearings, gears, clutches, brakes, belts, and roller chains. Pre: 213, and either 371 or CEE 370.

MUS 240 Creative Applications of Music Technology (3)

Introductory laboratory experience. Teaches musicians fundamental technology concepts through creative projects. Exposes students to a variety of music and audio software. A-F only. Pre: music majors or minors or consent.

NURS 220 Health and Illness I (3)

Focuses on nursing assessment to support identification of risk factors and detection/prevention of complications from illness. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 210, 210L, 211, and 212, or departmental approval. Co-requisite: 213 and 220L.

PACE 637 Gender: Law and Conflicts (V)

Examines how international law and domestic legal systems address and resolve conflicts regarding women’s rights, gender roles, and gender identity. Takes a comparative approach with emphasis on the Asia-Pacific region. (Cross-listed as LAW 547 and WS 647)

PEPS 746 Advanced Plant-Bacteria Interactions (3)

Molecular biology, genomics, molecular genetics, and infection mechanisms of bacterial plant pathogens and symbionts. Pre: 606 (with a minimum grade of B or better) or consent. (Cross-listed as MICR 746)

SLS 630 Second Language Program Development (3)

Designing, implementing, and evaluating language programs; systems-based approach to program and curriculum development. Pre: consent.

SOC 300 Principles of Sociological Inquiry (4)

(3 Lec, 2 50-min Lab) Basic methods of sociology for production and analysis of data. Foundations for understanding research and for advanced courses in methods and statistics.

SOC 723 Seminar in Modern Chinese Society (3)

Developmental policies, social change, and impact on modern Chinese social institutions. Includes China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. May include social and demographic change, population, social stratification, gender, and family problems. Repeatable one time.

SUST 322 Globalization and Environment (3)

Debates on globalization and development, population and resources; root causes of environmental degradation; impacts of globalization on environmentalism and environmental change; social approaches to managing environmental change. Sophomore standing or higher. Pre: 102, 151, or consent. (Once a year) (Cross-listed as GEOG 322)

TIM 353 Air Transportation Management (3)

Marketing, management and strategies used by airlines, airports, catering, and aircraft manufacturers. TIM majors only. Pre: 101.

ARCH 251 Introduction to Landscape Architecture (3)

Principles and practice of landscape planning, design, and technology. Ecological, sociocultural, and natural science determinants of landscape form and pattern. ARCH and ENVD majors only, open to nonmajors if space available.

ART 485 Contemporary Art in Hawai‘i (3)

History of contemporary art in Hawai‘i: the institutions, artists, critics, and historians that have shaped it. Strong focus on oral history of Hawai‘i artists. A-F only. Pre: 176.

ATMO 303 Introduction to Atmospheric Dynamics (3)

Scalar and vector development of basic laws of hydrodynamics, equations of motion, kinematics, divergence and vorticity, viscosity and turbulence, introduction to numerical weather prediction, general circulation. Pre: 302 and MATH 244.

BUS 625 Digital Transformation with Information Systems and Technology (3)

Practices, techniques, and tools for managing digital innovation in markets, firms, and enterprise systems through information technologies and applications. Repeatable unlimited times. MBA students only or advisor approval. A-F only. (Pre: 619 and 620 or consent. Spring only)

CHEM 653 Quantum Chemistry (3)

Rigorous introduction to quantum mechanics, including operator formalism, matrix formation, group theory, and perturbation theory; introduction to the electronic structure of atoms and molecules. Pre: graduate standing in CHEM.

CEE 606 Process Simulation (3)

Analysis of operations and construction processes; CYCLONE simulation language; MicroCyclone and EZstrobe software; production rates; queue waiting time, resource utilization; throughput; cost measurements; programming variables; projects. CEE, ME, and EE majors only. Graduate students only. A-F only. Pre: (with a minimum grade of C) 474, 476, and consent. (Spring only)

CIS 799 Directed Reading and/or Research (V)

Individualized program of directed reading and/or research outside the scope of regularly titled courses. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent. Plan must include goals and rationale.

DNCE 652 Seminar: Dance Theory and Criticism (3)

Major theories of dance and dance criticism; emphasis on Western ideas. Pre: 452 and 453, or consent.

EDEP 625 Structural Equation Modeling (3)

Theories and applications to test models with manifest and latent variables. Topics include path analysis, factor analysis, latent variable model, multi-group analysis, latent means model, and other advanced topics in SEM. Pre: 606, PSY 610, PSY 614, or consent.

HIST 310 East Asian Civilizations (3)

Continuation of 309. Period after 1500.

IS 652L Laboratory B in Applied Evolutionary Ecology: Biodiversity Loss, Biological Invasions and Emerging Disease (3)

Practical laboratory/ field rotation on the ecological and evolutionary underpinnings of the coupled process of biological invasion, disease emergence and biodiversity loss. Continuation of 650 and 651L. A-F only. Pre: 650 and 651L, or consent. (Once a year)

JPN 601 Japanese Phonology and Morphology (3)

Introduction to the phonology and morphology of modern colloquial Japanese. Pre: 451 or consent.

KOR 614 (Alpha) Korean Narrative (3)

Intensive and analytical reading of selected works of Korean narrative (e.g., myth, p’ansori, shaman song, essay, biography, fiction): (M) modern; (T) traditional. Pre: 494 or consent for (M), 493 or consent for (T).

LAW 513 Criminal Law (V)

Examination of substantive rules, enforcement procedures, and rationales of criminal law in the U.S.

LWPA 583 Legal History of Hawai‘i (V)

Designed to acquaint the student with the unique legal history of Hawai‘i, emphasizing particular legal controversies that have shaped the law of our island society. LAW majors only.

MKT 654 Strategic Brand Management and Marketing Communications (3)

The study of brands and strategic brand management with emphasis on developing integrated advertising, sales promotion, public relations, and internet communication strategies that build brand equity. Includes relevant theory and real world applications. Pre: BUS 623 or consent.

MED 545 (Alpha) Electives in Medicine (V)

Fourth-year electives in which students study selected topics within field of medicine. (B) allergy/ immunology; (C) cardiology; (D) medicine elective in Asia; (E) dermatology; (F) endocrinology; (G) gastroenterology; (H) general internal medicine: ambulatory care; (I) general internal medicine: inpatient; (K) hematology; (M) nephrology; (N) neurology; (O) nuclear medicine; (P) oncology; (Q) pulmonary diseases; (R) research in medicine; (S) rehabilitation medicine; (T) rheumatology; (W) internal medicine sub-internship. CR/NC only. Pre: 531 or 532 for (C), (E), (F), (G), (H), (K), (M), (N), (O), (Q), (R), (S), and (T); 541 for (D) and (W).

OCN 601 Marine Biology-Environments and Organisms (4)

(3 hr Lec, 3 hr Lab) Introduction to the diversity of marine organisms and the many specialized coastal, reef, and oceanic habitats in which they live. Lab and field research exercises will complement lecture subjects. Graduate standing in Marine Biology graduate degree program only. MB ad OCN majors only. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as MBIO 601)

PHYS 100 Survey of Physics (3)

Mechanics, electricity and magnetism, waves, optics, atomic and nuclear physics. Only algebra and geometry used. For non-science majors.

POLS 696 Graduate Intern Seminar (3)

Seminar for those seeking internship experience. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: 672 and 673 or consent for the alternative futures option; 620 or consent for the indigenous politics option; consent of advisor for all other options.

PSY 775 Seminar in Psychological Therapies (3)

Repeatable unlimited times.

PH 682 Building Well-Being: Health and the Built Environment (3)

History, concepts, and theories behind the relationship between health and the built environment stressing transdisciplinary understanding and collaboration through readings, discussion, and real world-based exercises. PH or LAND and ARCH majors only. Graduate students only. A-F only. (Cross-listed as ARCH 682)

REL 492 Polynesian Religions (3)

Introduction to field, comparison of several traditions; beliefs and practices from analysis of texts. Historical interactions with Christianity. Pre: 150, 205; or consent.

THEA 614 (Alpha) Topics in Dramaturgy (3)

(B) role of the dramaturg; covers history, theory, and practice; (C) dramaturgy workshop; accompanies specific Kennedy Theatre productions. Repeatable one time per alpha. Pre: consent. (Alt. years)

PLAN 625 Climate Change, Energy and Food Security in the Asia/Pacific Region (3)

Analysis of planning responses to human-induced climate change and related environmental problems. Part of the Asia/Pacific Initiative taught in collaboration with universities throughout the region via videoconferencing. (Cross-listed as SUST 625)

ACC 602 CPA Review-Audit and Attestation (1)

Auditing and Attestation (AUD) section covers the entire auditing process, including auditing procedures, generally accepted auditing standards, standards related to attest engagements, and the AICPA Code of Professional Conduct. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only. Co-requisite: 418.

AMST 490 (Alpha) Topics in American Studies (3)

Themes, problems, and issues not addressed in other American studies undergraduate courses, focused within these areas: (B) social structure and interaction; (D) arts and environment. Repeatable one time. Pre: junior standing or consent for (D).

ANTH 327 Ethnohistory (3)

Review of ethnohistory, i.e., the interdisciplinary, holistic and inclusive investigation of the histories of native peoples drawing not only on documented sources, but also on ethnography, linguistics, archaeology, ecology and other disciplines as an alternative to conventional Eurocolonial history. A-F only. Pre: HIST 152, or consent. (Alt. years) (Cross-listed as IS 322)

ASAN 361 Southeast Asian Literature in Translation (3)

Survey in English traditional and modern literatures of Southeast Asia. A-F only. (Cross-listed as IP 361)

BIOM 601 Global Health and Medicine: Emerging Problems and Impact (3)

Analysis of emerging problems and impact in countries on a multidimensional perspective. Repeatable one time. BIOM, NURS, PH, SPA majors only. Pre: consent.

EDCS 608 Literacy Across the Disciplines, K-12 (3)

Explores theoretical and practical principles of literacy across academic disciplines K-12, investigating the role of language and literate practices of reading writing, speaking, visualizing, and representing in social, cultural, and educational contexts. Graduate students only. A-F only.

EALL 365 (Alpha) Traditional Chinese Fiction in Translation (3)

Survey of pre-modern Chinese fiction in translation. (B) short story; (C) novel. Pre: one DH or DL course, or consent.

ECON 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Research for doctoral dissertation. Repeatable unlimited times.

EE 623 Optical Electronics II (3)

Electro-optics, noise detection, light and sound dielectric waveguide phenomena, lasers, optics, phase conjugation. Pre: 622 or consent.

ENG 447 John Milton (3)

Intensive study of the works and literary milieu of John Milton. Pre: two ENG DL courses or consent.

ESEE 331 Planning and Instruction: Science (3)

Examination of content, processes, strategies, and issues related to the teaching and learning of science in elementary settings, K-6. Candidates learn to differentiate instruction based on learner needs, using evidence-based practices. A-F only.

FIN 641 Entrepreneurial Finance (3)

Assessment of financial needs, arranging venture financing, assessing value to the entrepreneur and the investor(s), financial aspects of strategic planning, analyzing the tradeoffs between alternative financing choices and flexibility and control, harvesting the investment. Pre: BUS 629 or consent.

HAW 643 Ke A‘o ‘Olelo Hou ‘Ana (Teaching Hawaiian As a Second Language) (3)

Survey of existing texts and teaching resources; analysis of student clientele and needs; review of pedagogical approaches for heritage and non-heritage learners; syllabus and materials development; practicum. Pre: 401 and 452 or consent.

ZOOL 750 Topics in Conservation Biology (V)

Advanced topics in conservation and environmental biology. Repeatable three times, up to twelve credits. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Cross-listed as BOT 750)

WS 257 Sexual Identity in Literature (3)

Selected themes in major works of various types, cultures, periods. Requires a minimum of 3,000 words of writing. Pre: one of ENG 100A, 101, or ELI 100.

WS 410 Gender and Politics in U.S.-Okinawa Relations (3)

Examines gender in Okinawa in relation to historical dynamics in the Asia-Pacific region with attention to issues such as militarism and violence, colonialism and memory, and tourism and commodification of indigenous culture. A-F only. Pre: 151 or consent. (Cross-listed as ASAN 410)

ICS 222 Basic Concepts of Computer Science (3)

What is the subject of computer science? What is a computer? Understand the basic models of computation and the concepts of computability, complexity, and network computation, and learn to use them in practice. A-F only. Pre: 141 (or concurrent).

ITE 316 Field Experience (V)

Supervised field experience in schools. Minimum of 8 hours per week in conjunction with professional education courses. Repeatable two times, up to three credits. A-F only.

KRS 334 Movement Education II (4)

(3 Lec, 1 1-hr. Lab) Content and pedadogy for teaching Pre/K-5 physical education. Students will learn to plan and teach physical education for children. Peer bit and field teaching included. Repeatable one time, but credit earned one time only. A-F only.

LING 201 Language Documentation for NonLinguists (2)

Provides training in the fundamentals of language documentation and conservation for non-linguists. Repeatable two times. CR/NC only. Pre: proficiency in a lesser studied language and consent.

ME 374 Kinematics/Dynamics Machinery (3)

Velocity and acceleration analysis of planar mechanisms; kinematic synthesis of linkages, cams, and gears; static and dynamic force analysis of mechanisms; balancing of machinery. Pre: CEE 271 or ME 271 (C or better), MATH 244 (or MATH 253A) and either MATH 302 or MATH 307

MUS 250 Introduction to Music Education (1)

Survey of American education, with an emphasis on music learning, teaching and philosophy, school structure and governance, diversity and multi-cultural education, and professional ethics. Supervised clinical and field experiences required. MUS majors only. A-F only. (Alt. years)

NURS 220L Health and Illness I Lab (6)

Clinical course focuses on using nursing assessment to support identification of risk factors and detection/prevention of complications from illness. Nursing skills are integrated into clinical experiences. NURS majors only. CR/NC only. Pre: 210, 210L, 211, and 212. Co-requisite: 213 and 220.

NURS 678 Primary Care III Seminar: Special Populations (Peds, Gero, Women) (1)

Intermediate level seminar. Students will discuss current evidence, concepts, and principles of assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, and management of clients focusing on vulnerable populations (pediatric, geriatric, women). NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 677/677L. Co-requisite: 678L.

PACE 640 Seminar: Social Studies (3)

Study in trends, research, and problems of implementation in teaching field. Repeatable two times. Pre: teaching experience or consent.(Cross-listed as EDCS 640K)

PEPS 799 Proposal/Defense Seminar (1)

Thesis/ dissertation proposal and defense seminars. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

SLS 640 English Grammar (3)

Descriptive English grammar in relation to second language learning and teaching.

SPED 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

Enrollment for degree completion. Pre: master’s Plan B candidate and consent.

SUST 323 Applied Principles of Environmental & Energy Policy (3)

Introduction to the methods and techniques of environmental and energy policy in relation to energy systems. Analysis of enacted policies from case studies to understanding the effectiveness, challenges, contradictions, and limitations of each. Junior standing or higher. A-F only. Pre: any 100 or 200 level OCN course, or consent. (Cross-listed as OCN 321 and PPC 340)

THAI 212 Intensive Intermediate Thai (10)

TPSS 403 Tropical Fruit Production (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Botanical aspects and horticultural management practices of selected tropical and subtropical fruit crops, with emphasis on small scale commercial production in Hawai‘i. Pre: 300 or consent.

ARCH 271 World Architecture and Urbanism A (3)

Investigation of the history and theory of architecture in the world’s major cultural regions, from early agricultural settlements to 1500 C.E. Investigation of architecture in relationship to social, political, technological, and material forces. ARCH and ENVD majors only. A-F only. Pre: HIST 151.

ART 486 Traditional Chinese Painting (3)

Stylistic and historic development of two-dimensional arts; painting and calligraphy from prehistory through 18th century. Pre: 175 or consent.

ATMO 305 Meteorological Instruments and Observations (3)

(2 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Each week targets a different meteorological instrument and culminates in a lab exercise and report. The focus is on accurate measurement and scientific-style writing. A-F only. Pre: 302 and PHYS 272/272L

BUS 626 Leadership and Organizational Behavior (3)

Personal leadership and communications development and the contributions of the behavioral sciences to understanding human behavior in organizations with a focus on leading organizations in times of change. MBA students only or advisor approval.

CHEM 657 Astrochemistry–A Molecular Approach (3)

Formation of astrobiologically important molecules and their precursors in the interstellar medium and in our solar system: first principles and latest trends. Pre: consent. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as ASTR 657 and GG/ERTH 657)

CEE 614 Negotiation and Alternative Dispute Resolution (V)

Lawyers negotiate settlements in almost all their cases. This class presents a “hands-on,” skill-building approach to the newest ideas, as well as centuries-old techniques, about the skill lawyers will use most often in their private practice-negotiation. The class also examines the rapidly developing field of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), including mediation, facilitation, arbitration, and court-annexed ADR. (Cross-listed as LAW 508)

CIS 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

EDEP 626 Psychometric Methods (3)

Theories and applications of modern psychometrics. Topics include item response theory, detecting biased items, measurement invariance, and current issues in psychometrics. Pre: 604 (with a minimum grade of B+) or consent.

FR 421 20th-Century French Theater (3)

Major French playwrights and their works: Claudel, Giraudoux, Anouilh, Sartre, Camus, etc. Pre: 332 or consent.

GG/ERTH 101 Dynamic Earth (3)

The natural physical environment; the landscape; rocks and minerals, rivers and oceans; volcanism, earthquakes, and other processes inside the Earth; effects of human use of the Earth and its resources. Field trip.

HIST 311 History of China (3)

Chinese civilization to the 17th century.

IS 750 Topics in Biocultural Diversity and Conservation (3)

Biological, cultural, and linguistic conservation are intimately linked, but rarely studied simultaneously. Adopts a trans-disciplinary view of diversity and conservation of nature, cultures, and languages, along with issues in anthropology, law, and ethics. (Fall only)

JPN 602 Japanese Syntax and Semantics (3)

Introduction to theories of syntax, sentence structure, parts of speech, constituency, grammatical relations and case marking, word order, passives, causatives, tense, aspect, and embeddings. Pre: 451 or consent.

KRS 618 Therapeutic Interventions: Rehabilitative Exercise (3)

(3 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Concepts and principles of comprehensive rehabilitation programs (therapeutic goals and objectives, exercise selection, methods of evaluation and recording progress, progression and return to competition criteria, and physiological effects of tissue trauma and inactivity). Athletic Training majors only. (Spring only)

KOR 615 (Alpha) Korean Drama (3)

Intensive and analytical reading of selected materials in Korean performing arts (e.g., spectacle, farce play, mask dance, staged narratives, theatrical drama): (M) modern; (T) traditional. Pre: 494 or consent for (M), 493 or consent for (T).

LAW 514 Children, Parents and the Law (V)

Exploration of fundamental concepts of law relating to children, ethical issues, and the role of lawyers in assisting children, and how the child’s rights and obligations are balanced with those of parents and state. (Once a year)

LWPA 584 Emerging Hawai‘i Water Issues (V)

Introduction to the legal framework for water resource management in Hawai‘i; case studies illuminate the litigation process and evolution of the public trust, precautionary principle, and other legal, scientific, and policy areas.

MKT 655 Marketing Research Management (3)

Examines use of marketing research/data analytics to support marketing management. Topics include: research process; survey design; sampling; measurement; primary data analysis; customer data analytics; digital media analytics. Real world project reinforce learning. Pre: BUS 621, BUS 623, or consent.

MED 546 (Alpha) Electives in Medicine (V)

Fourth-year electives in which students study selected topics within field of medicine. (B) extramural electives in medicine (miscellaneous); (C) internal medicine seminar; (D) infectious disease; (E) internal medicine sub-internship; (F) research in bioethics; (G) neurology critical care; (H) medical informatics; (O) obesity medicine. Repeatable one time for (C)–(E); not repeatable for (F); repeatable two times for (C) and (H); repeatable three times for (G). CR/NC only. Pre: 531 or 532 for (B), (C), and (O); 541 for (E) and (H).

POLS 699 Directed Reading and Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent.

PSY 776 Health Psychology: Behavioral and Biological Bases (3)

Psychological and biological bases of health psychology and behavioral medicine. Overview of cognitive, behavioral, and psychophysiological mechanisms; theories and methods of prevention in physical disease. Pre: 670 or consent.

PH 683 Global Nutrition (2)

Examination of global food and nutrition problems, programs, issues, policies, and strategies for improvement. A-F only. Pre: statistics and consent. (Alt. years: fall) (Cross-listed as FSHN 683)

REL 495 Seminar in Religion (3)

Topics pre-announced each semester. Pre: upper division standing or consent. Repeatable one time.

SOC 725 (Alpha) Seminar in Race and Ethnicity (3)

An examination of how ideas of “race” and “ethnicity” are constructed, and how this reflects and shapes social structures and relationships: (B) antiracism studies; (C) ethnic identity and nationalism: cooperation and conflict; (D) race, place, and inequality. Repeatable up to two times in different alphas. Graduate students only. (Alt. years)

TIM 354 Surface Transportation Management (3)

Management of surface transportation such as cars, buses, and intercity rail, etc. Includes marketing, ownership and financing, supply chain, operations, regulation and promotion, human resources. TIM majors only. Pre: 101.

ACC 603 CPA Review-The Business Environment and Concepts (1)

The Business Environment and Concepts (BEC) section focuses on business concepts and the significance of a CPA’s professional duties and responsibilities within the larger context of the business environment. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only.

AMST 499 Readings in American Studies (V)

Directed readings and research for majors. Pre: consent.

ANTH 328 Food Origins, Food Culture (3)

Lectures and discussion offer an anthropological introduction to how humans created and transformed food through time. Sophomore standing or higher. (Spring only)

ASAN 364 20th-Century Chinese Women Writers (3)

A survey and critical examination of contemporary Chinese women writers from China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. Traces a genealogy of women’s writing from the early 1920s up until now through novels, poetry, drama, and film. Pre: one DH or DL course, or consent. (Cross-listed as EALL 364 and WS 346)

BIOM 640 Introduction to Clinical Research (3)

Instruction in developing clinical research questions and creating a concise protocol that includes a literature review, study design, subject recruitment and sampling, instruments, other measures and bioinformatics, sample size, consent form, budget and timetable. A-F only.

EDCS 610 Early Career Teaching, K-12 (3)

Focuses on research and practice related to the first five years of teaching. Especially recommended for beginning teachers and graduate students interested in this stage of teaching development. Repeatable one time.

DNCE 653 Dance Ethnology Seminar (3)

Exemplary studies and field research. Pre: graduate standing or consent. (Alt. years)

EDUC 615 Action Research in Education (3)

Theory and practice in collaborative action research; critical inquiry into current educational work in schools with goals of improvement of teaching and participation in school and curriculum reform.

EE 624 Microsensors and Microactuators I (3)

Technology methods and physical principles of microsensors and microactuators. Vacuum technology, thin film deposition and characterization techniques, solid mechanics, micromachining, acoustics, piezoelectricity and principles of current microtransducers. Pre: 327 or consent.

ESEE 332 Planning and Instruction: Mathematics in Inclusive Settings (3)

Prepares beginning elementary school teachers of mathematics, K-6. Candidates learn to differentiate instruction based on learner needs, planning to facilitate inclusion of students with disabilities in the general education environment through evidence-based practices. A-F only.

FIN 645 Advanced Capital Markets (3)

Regulatory structure over capital market institutions, market developmental issues, market microstructure issues, and corporate governance, and creation of capital market infrastructure. Seminar format. Pre: BUS 629 or consent.

HAW 652 Pilina ‘Olelo (3)

In-depth examination and research into the grammar of Hawaiian including discussion of theories of language and incorporation of meta-language. Pre: 452 or consent. (Once a year)

ZOOL 780 Foundations of Evolution and Ecology I (4)

Graduate level introduction to evolution and ecology emphasizing foundational literature, modern models and inference, and major questions in evolution and ecology. Topics include population ecology, community ecology, the genetics of populations, systematics, and speciation. (Alt. years: fall)

WS 414 Women in Drama and Theater (3)

The role of women and their representation in the theater from ancient Greece to the present; focus on the sociopolitical status of women. Pre: THEA 311 or consent. (Cross-listed as THEA 414)

ICS 235 Machine Learning Methods (3)

Introduction to contemporary mathematical methods for empirical inference, data modeling, and machine learning. A-F only. Pre: MATH 241, MATH 203, MATH 215, or MATH 251A. (Fall only)

ITE 317 (Alpha) Field Experience (V)

Supervised field experience in schools. Minimum of 2 full days per week in classrooms, plus mandatory seminar scheduled by UH Mânoa field supervisor. Taken in conjunction with professional education courses; (B) dual preparation in ECE and elementary education; (C) elementary education. Repeatable two times or up to 9 credits per alpha. CR/NC only.

KRS 335 Coaching of Track and Field (2)

Techniques and rules of sprints, distance runs, relays, hurdles, long jump, high jump, pole vault, shot put, discus, and javelin throws; conduct of track and field meets; specific conditioning and training problems. Repeatable one time.

LING 320 General Linguistics (3)

Introduction to the formal analysis of language, focusing on phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, historical linguistics, language acquisition, and related topics.

ME 375 Dynamics of Machines and Systems and Lab (4)

(3 Lec, 1 2-hr. Lab) Lumped-parameter modeling of dynamic systems. Methods of analysis, including transform techniques. Time and frequency response. Feedback control. Engineering instrumentation. Data acquisition. Dynamic measurements. Design and testing. Pre: grade of C or better in all of CEE 271 (or ME 271) and MATH 302 (or MATH 307).

MUS 253 Elementary Music in Action (3)

(3 Lec, 1 1-hr Lab) Musical concepts, philosophy and pedagogy: use of media, singing, movement, and instruments; as well as resources for an active elementary music classroom. A-F only.

NURS 301 Introduction to Evidence Based Practice and Health Promotion (3)

Provides an introduction to the HSNC Competencies and spiraling of concepts and is based on the assumption of student responsibility for learning. Emphasis on writing instruction, and research evidence to support nursing care. NURS majors only. A-F only.

OCN 602 Marine Biology-Processes and Impacts (4)

(3 hr Lec, 3 hr Lab) Investigation of biological phenomena and processes related to productivity and food webs, community structure and ecology, adaptations, and physiology, and impacts of human activities and fisheries. Graduate standing in Marine Biology graduate degree program only. MB and OCN majors only. A-F only. Pre: 601. Minimum prerequisite grade of B. (Spring only) (Cross-listed as MBIO 602)

PACE 647 Mediation: Theory and Practice (3)

Combined lecture, discussion, and mediation simulations. Theory of ADR field. Theory of major different models of mediation, both in the U.S. and internationally. Application of mediation process to categories of disputes, family, workplace, and international. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing, or departmental approval. (Once a year)

PHYS 100L Survey of Physics Lab (1)

(1 3-hr Lab) Hooke’s law, falling bodies, collisions, Boyle’s law, electric and magnetic fields, induction, waves, optics. Pre: 100 (or concurrent).

PEPS 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Research for doctoral dissertation. Repeatable unlimited times. CR/ NC only.

SLS 642 Comparative Grammar and Second Languages (3)

Comparative study of two or more languages. Consideration of language transfer in second language learning, role of typological features. Pre: consent

SOC 300A Principles of Sociological Inquiry (4)

(3 Lec, 2 50-min Lab) Basic methods of sociology for production and analysis of data. Foundations for understanding research and for advanced courses in methods and statistics. Restricted to students in the honors program and required for students taking the honors track in sociology. A-F only.

THEA 615 Performance Theory (3)

Introduction to key texts and concepts of performance studies. Pre: consent.

ARCH 272 World Architecture and Urbanism B (3)

Investigation of the history and theory of architecture from the 15th century C.E. to the present. Investigation of architecture in relationship to social, political, technological, and material forces. ARCH and ENVD majors only. A-F only. Pre: HIST 152.

ART 487 Modern and Contemporary Art of China (3)

Introduction to the arts of China in the modern and contemporary periods, in all media and genres, from 1840 to the present. Pre: 176 or consent.

ATMO 310 Global Environmental Change (3)

Global environmental change problems such as carbon dioxide and the greenhouse effect, acid rain, chlorofluorocarbons and the ozone layer, global deforestation and the effect on climate, etc. Pre: 200, OCN 201, GG/ERTH 101, GG/ERTH 103, or GG/ ERTH 170; or consent. (Cross-listed as GES 310 and OCN 310)

BUS 627 Business, Government, and External Environment (1.5)

Important issues related to the external environment of business. This includes international trade and finance, regulatory environment, social impacts of business. A-F only. Pre: 622 or consent. Co-requisite: 628.

CHEM 658 Crystallography (3)

Crystal symmetry. Elementary x-ray physics. Diffraction theory and its application to crystal and molecular structure determination. Pre: 352 and MATH 244 or MATH 253A.

CEE 618 Parallel Computing for Engineers (3)

Concepts and techniques in high performance parallel computing. Topics include parallel language and algorithms, parallelizing pre-existing serial codes, statistical analysis, and techniques up to increase computational speed and accuracy for problems requiring large memory size. A-F only.

CSD 431 Anatomy and Physiology of the Speech and Hearing Mechanism (3)

Will overview anatomy and physiology of speech and hearing. Students gain exposure to structures and functions of respiration, phonation, resonance, articulation, deglutition, and hearing systems required for normal communication and swallowing. Repeatable unlimited times. A-F only. (Fall only)

EALL 366 The City in Modern Chinese Literature and Visual Arts (3)

Study of the fictional and visual representations of the city in the changing contexts of Chinese modernization from the late imperial age to the beginning of the 21st century. Pre: one DH or DL course, or consent. (Once a year)

EDEP 631 Adolescence and Education (3)

Discussion-based course presenting an overview of educational psychology applied to teaching adolescents, including theory and research on human learning, adolescent development and its social context, and student assessment.

ENG 455 U.S. Women’s Literature and Culture (3)

Reading of selected works of U.S. women’s literature and cultural texts (such as art and film). Emphasis on historical and cultural context and diverse expressions of women’s gendered identities. (Cross-listed as AMST 455 and WS 445)

FR 423 20th Century French Prose and Poetry (3)

Study of representative prose and poetry of the major trends of 20th century France: modernism, surrealism, existentialism, postmodernism and multiculturalism. Pre: 332 or consent.

GG/ERTH 101L Dynamic Earth Laboratory (1)

(1 3-hr Lab) Hands-on study of minerals, rocks, and topographic maps. Examine volcanism, hydrology, coastal processes and hazards, geologic time and earthquakes. Field trips to investigate landslides, beaches and O‘ahu geology. A-F only.

HIST 312 History of China (3)

Continuation of 311. Period since the 17th century.

JPN 604 Introduction to Japanese Language Pedagogy (3)

Training in the identification and analysis of general problems in Japanese language learning, teaching, and testing by examining theoretical issues and conducting classroom research. Pre: 407 or equivalent, and 451; or consent.

KRS 619 General Medical Conditions in Sports Medicine (3)

An examination/evaluation of general medical conditions associated with sports medicine including pathology, care and treatment. Athletic Training majors only. Pre: PHYL 301, PHYL 302 or consent.

LWPA 585 International Law (V)

Evolving process of formulating rules to govern nations and peoples of the world in their attempts to solve problems recognized as requiring global solutions.

MKT 656 Creativity in Marketing (3)

Thought processes that relate to creativity. Through a series of exercises, students experience enriched creativity and enhanced communication skills. Pre: BUS 623 or consent.

MED 599 Directed Research (V)

Pre: consent.

NURS 678L Primary Care III Lab (intermediate level): Special Populations (Peds, Gero, Women) (2)

Intermediate level clinical experience. Application of concepts and principles of assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, and management of clients in a primary care setting for advanced practice nursing students focusing on vulnerable populations (pediatric, geriatric, women). Repeatable one time. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 677/677L. Co-requisite: 678.

POLS 700 Thesis Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

PSY 778 Internship in Clinical Psychology (1)

Pre: consent of instructor and department chair.

PH 684 Supplemental and Nutritional Approaches in Disease Prevention and Treatment (3)

Examines a variety of issues associated with nutritional and supplemental approaches to reduce disease incidence, morbidity, and mortality in relation to public health prevention strategies. PH majors only. (Cross-listed as FSHN 684)

REL 499 Directed Reading or Research (V)

Repeatable up to six credits. A-F only. Pre: consent of instructor and department chair.

SOC 730 Conflict Analysis/Resolution (3)

Seminar on the analysis of conflict resolution. Faculty from law, planning, political science and guest practitioners will present multidisciplinary analysis and intervention strategies on contemporary conflicts. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

SPED 501 Post-Baccalaureate in Special Education Program Seminar (1)

Mandatory program seminar for Post-Baccalaureate in Special Education (PBSPED) teacher candidates; access to tools and skills necessary for distance education program success; Introduction to the Special Education teaching profession. Post-Bac in SPED majors only. CR/NC only. Pre: consent.

SUST 324 Global Environmental Politics (3)

Evolution of international politics, law and decision-making on a variety of environmental concerns; from endangered species to pollution to climate change. Interaction of population, development, and environment in global governance. (Cross-listed as POLS 324)

THAI 301 Third-Level Thai I (3)

Continuation of 202. Advanced conversation and reading, emphasis on modern written texts. Regular on-line lab work. Pre: 202 or equivalent or consent.

TPSS 405 Turfgrass Management (4)

(3 Lec, 1 3-hr Lab) Adaptability and selection, establishment, and cultural practices of grasses for various types of turf. Pre: 200/SUST 211 or consent.

PLAN 626 Topics in Resource Management (3)

for different resource systems including land, water, energy, coastal resources, forests and fisheries. Course focus varies from year to year. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

ACC 604 CPA Review-The Financial Accounting and Reporting (1)

The (FAR) section focuses on U.S. GAAP, including concepts and standards for financial statements, typical items in financial statements, specific types of transactions and events, accounting and reporting for governmental and other entities. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only. Pre: 323.

AMST 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

ANTH 332 Anthropology of Surfing (3)

Applies cultural anthropology to assess surfing as an indigenous Hawaiian and modern globalized activity. Discusses the history of surfing, surfing culture, and the impacts of surfing tourism on coastal development, reef ecology, and ocean safety. A-F only. (Fall only)

ASAN 393 (Alpha) Field Study in Asia (3)

Students may submit proposals to have academic course work, field research, or work experience in Asia. See specific center for guidelines and procedures. (C) China; (I) South Asia; (J) Japan; (K) Korea; (P) Philippines; (S) Southeast Asia; (Z) Other. Repeatable one time. A-F only for (C), (I), (J), (S), and (Z).

BIOM 641 Legal and Regulatory Issues and Bioethics (2)

Ethical dilemmas in clinical research are identified and resolved in cases, research on human subjects regulation are discussed. Research misconduct is defined. Ethical considerations in protocol developed in the Designing Clinical Research course are resolved. A-F only. (Cross-listed as CMB 626)

EDCS 617 Early Literacy and Language Development (3)

Theory and practice for PK-3 early literacy and language development. Focus is on content knowledge and pedagogical strategies that support the optimal development of oral language, reading, and writing skills in PK-3 classrooms. A-F only.

DNCE 654 Dance and Performance Theory: Asia (3)

Dance content and historico-social context of principal dance traditions. Pre: graduate standing or consent. (Alt. years)

EE 626 Rapid Prototyping of Electrophysical Devices (3)

Hands on experience in designing, fabricating, testing, and iterating according to rapid-prototyping principles. Students learn state-of-the-art equipment for making their designs, software for simulating designs, and working in design teams. EE majors only. Graduate students only. (Spring only)

ESEE 333 Planning and Instruction: STEM (3)

Examination of content, processes, strategies, and issues related to teaching and learning of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) content for inclusive elementary classrooms, K-6. Teacher candidates focus on planning, teaching, and assessing STEM. A-F only.

HAW 653 ‘Olelo Ni‘ihau (3)

Intensive, advanced study and analysis of traditional Hawaiian Ni‘ihau dialect through face-to-face conversations with Ni‘ihau native speakers, listening to audio recordings and watching video recordings of Ni‘ihau native speakers. Pre: (402 and 453) with a minimum grade of B- or consent.

ZOOL 781 Foundations of Evolution and Ecology II (4)

Graduate level introduction to evolution and ecology emphasizing foundational literature, modern models and inference, and major questions in evolution and ecology. This is the second semester continuation of 780. (Alt. years: spring)

WS 418 Women and Work (3)

Gender and racial division of labor nationally and internationally; racial and gender differentials in wages, training, working conditions and unemployment; historical trends and future directions. Pre: one 300-level WS or ES course, or SOC 300; or consent. (Cross-listed as ES 418 and SOC 418)

ICS 241 Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science II (3)

Includes program correctness, recurrence relations and their solutions, relations and their properties, divide and conquer relations, graph theory, trees and their applications, Boolean algebra, introduction to formal languages and automata theory. Pre: 141 (with a minimum grade of B) or consent.

ITE 318 Child Development from Prenatal Through Age Eight (3)

Growth and development of children from prenatal through age eight. Historical and current issues through a research-based ecological, cross-cultural perspective. Focus on children’s optimal development and how this informs teaching practices in early education. A-F only.

KRS 336 Coaching of Swimming (2)

Theory and methods of coaching competitive swimming. Technical, organizational, and administrative aspects. Emphasis on stroke mechanics and training methods. Repeatable one time. Pre: consent.

KOR 621 Media Research in Korean (3)

Focuses on searching, analyzing, and evaluating media data for research in areas of student specializations. Students are required to write short analysis papers and a final research paper. Pre: diagnostic assessment (equivalent to ILR Level 2) or consent. (Once a year)

LAW 515 Business Reorganization in Bankruptcy (V)

Examination of the rights and remedies available to a failing business and its creditors when the business seeks to reorganize its business and financial affairs under chapter 11 of the federal bankruptcy code. The course is structured as a “practicum,” which tracks a single business through restructuring and emphasizes the practical and strategic aspects of lawyering. Recommended: 562.

LING 331 Computer Applications (3)

Background; uses for machine translation, dictionary programs, speech synthesis, grammar modeling, etc. Pre: 320 (or concurrent) or consent.

ME 402 Dynamics Systems Laboratory (2)

(1 Lec, 1 2-hr Lab) Analysis, design, fabrication, testing and characterization of engineering instrumentation. Computer-based data acquisition methods. Techniques and procedures associated with carrying out dynamic measurements within the constraints of cost, time and accuracy. Pre: one of 360, MATH 407, or PHYS 305 (or concurrent for any); and 375 (or concurrent).

NURS 306 Statistics in Nursing Research (3)

Focuses on the basic concepts and applications of statistics as applied to nursing research. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: admission to the Executive RN to BS in Nursing Program. (Summer only)

OCN 620 Physical Oceanography (3)

Introduction to properties of seawater, oceanographic instruments and methods, heat budget, general ocean circulation, regional oceanography, waves, tides, sea level. Formation of water masses, dynamics of circulation. Repeatable one time. Pre: MATH 242 (or concurrent), or consent.

PACE 650 Dispute Resolution System Design (3)

Conflict prevention, management and resolution in the workplace. Design and implementation of effective systems integrating ADR and recent advances in dispute resolution methodology to government, health, nonprofit, educational, private sector and other institutions. Pre: graduate standing, or departmental approval.

PHYS 109 Physics in the Arts (3)

Introduction to physics of sound and light, with applications to music and visual arts: sound perception, harmony, musical scales, instruments; lenses, cameras, color perception and mixing. Uses algebra and geometry. Intended primarily for non-science majors.

POLS 110 Introduction to Political Science (3)

Discussion of politics as an activity and of political problems, systems, ideologies, processes.

SLS 650 Second Language Acquisition (3)

Survey of theories and research on second language learning by children and adults, learning naturalistically and in formal settings. Relationships are explored between SLA research and language teaching. Pre: 441 (or concurrent) or consent.

TIM 365 Economics in Travel Industry (3)

Microeconomic theory of consumer behavior and demand production cost analysis, market structure and pricing in travel companies. Economic impact of tourism. Students may not earn credit for 365 and BUS 313. TIM majors only. Pre: either ECON 120 or ECON 130.

ARCH 321 Introduction to Environmental Systems B (3)

Introduction to environmentalism; focusing on the impact of building systems of the
global environment; the role of environmental regulations/certifications, and understanding of sustainable principles (economic, social, and natural systems). ARCH and ENVD majors only. A-F only. Pre: 220 and PHYS 151/151L.

ART 490 (Alpha) Special Topics in Southeast Asian Art History (3)

Focused study of particular periods, regions and critical themes in Southeast Asian art
and architectural history. (B) Angkor & art of Khmer civilization; (C) art & architecture of Thailand; (D) monuments & nationalism in Southeast Asia. Repeatable one time for up to two different alphas. A-F only. Pre: 175, or consent. (Once a year) (D Cross-listed as ANTH 491)

ATMO 320 Programming for Meteorologists (3)

Scientific programming in Fortran 77, graphics software and meteorological applications. A-F or Audit. Pre: 302 (or concurrent) and MATH 241; or consent.

BUS 628 Ethics (1.5)

Assists students in developing an awareness of major ethical issues which affect business decisions, and encourages a socially responsible consideration of those issues and being able to express their views. A-F only.

CHEM 661 Enzyme Reaction Mechanisms (3)

The chemical mechanisms of reactions catalyzed by enzymes in biochemical pathways, with an emphasis on the major types of cofactor and metal catalyzed reactions. Pre: graduate standing or consent.

CEE 620 Reforming Public Organizations (3)

Explores the possibilities for reducing the most difficult aspects of the bureaucratic form in public organizations while increasing effectiveness and accountability. A-F only. (Cross-listed as PUBA 620)

CSD 432 Phonetics (3)

Introduction to the fundamentals of phonetic and phonological development. International Phonetic Alphabet Transcription of English speech sounds; phonological developments and models; cultural variations; analysis interpretation and other considerations related to speech sound development and production. Repeatable unlimited times. A-F only. (Fall only)

ENG 460 Studies in Fiction (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in prose fiction. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

FIN 651 PDEs and Stochastic Calculus (3)

Covers PDEs (Partial Differential Equations) and calculus in a stochastic environment. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing in Financial Engineering program, or consent. (Once a year)

FR 458 Fourth-Level French Abroad (3)

Intensive course of full-time formal instruction on the fourth-year level in French linguistics, civilization, culture, and literature in a French-speaking country. Pre: 359 or 360 or equivalent.

GG/ERTH 102 Quantifying Global and Environmental Change (3)

Introductory mathematical approaches to quantifying key aspects of global and environmental change. Includes data analysis, graphical representation and modeling of population growth, greenhouse gas emissions and fate, sustainable resource utilization, and sea level change. A-F only. (Spring only) (Cross-listed as SUST 113)

HIST 321 History of Japan (3)

Survey of culture, government, economics, and institutions, to 1700.

HON 491 Junior Seminar (3)

Project-based experiential learning involving community-based research or creative work. Focus on project design, practical skills, and teamwork. Significant portion is dedicated to writing instruction. Multi-disciplinary topics vary each semester. Honors Program students only. Repeatable one time. A-F only.

JPN 605 Research Methodology in Japanese Linguistics and Language Teaching (3)

Japanese-specific training in the formulation of testable hypotheses, in basic statistical and other evaluation techniques, and in the organization and presentation of ideas and data in paper, abstracts, etc. Pre: 407 or equivalent.

LWPA 586 Law and Society in China (V)

Overview of the historical foundations of Chinese law and introduction to the present legal system in the People’s Republic of China. Repeatable one time. (Cross-listed as ASAN 686)

MKT 657 Services Marketing (3)

Conceptual understanding of distinctive aspects of services, services management, and services research. Pre: BUS 623 or consent.

MICR 130 General Microbiology (3)

Role of microorganisms; how they affect people, property, and the environment. A basic survey course covering broad aspects of biochemistry, genetics, molecular biology, and physiology; host-parasite relationships, public health, bacterial, mycotic and viral diseases; epidemiology; ecology of soils and water; environmental pollution; food microbiology; industrial applications at an introductory level. Not open to those with credit in 351 or equivalent.

MUS 259 Introduction to Voice Function and Singing Styles (3)

Students will study how the singing voice works in various styles, including classical, musical theater, jazz, choral, and pop/ rock. Students will learn historical contexts, aural characteristics, and musical vocabulary through lecture, discussion, and listening. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as THEA 259)

NURS 679 Primary Care IV Seminar: Primary Care Integration Across the Lifespan (1)

Advanced level seminar. Students will discuss current evidence, concepts, and principles of assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, and management focusing on primary care of clients across the lifespan. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 678/678L. Co-requisite: 679L.

POLS 702 Seminar: Research Methods (3)

Conceptual strategies, data collection approaches, and data analysis techniques appropriate to political inquiries. Repeatable unlimited times.

PSY 779 Research in Clinical Psychology (3)

Supervised reading, discussion, research projects in areas of special interest. Repeatable 30 times. Pre: consent.

PH 686 Advanced Child and Adolescent Nutrition (3)

Addresses nutrition, growth, and development in children and adolescents and nutrition-related issues, such as childhood obesity and chronic disease risk factors, with a focus on current research in the Pacific region. Pre: FSHN 370 or consent. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as FSHN 686)

REL 500 Master’s Plan B/C Studies (1)

Enrollment for degree completion. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory only. Pre: master’s Plan B candidate with consent.

SOC 301 Survey of Urban Sociology (3)

Urban processes and social problems, such as poverty, crime, racial segregation, homelessness, housing policy, urbanization, and neighborhood ethnic diversity. How places shape identity and opportunity. Research methods applied to communities, places, and neighborhoods of Hawai‘i. (Cross-listed as PLAN 301)

SPED 526 Field Experience in Special EducationPost Baccalaureate (2)

Students spend a minimum of 100 hours over a minimum of 11 weeks in settings appropriate to SPED-PCert program emphasis (mild/ moderate or severe/autism); supervision provided by participating teacher and/or college supervisor. Repeatable two times. Post-Baccalaureate in Special Education only. A-F only. Pre: 304 or 412.

SUST 325 Communicating Sustainability (3)

Application of scientific communication theory, strategic communication, and multimedia techniques to select issues of environmental sustainability. COM majors only. A-F only. Pre: COM 201 (with a minimum grade of B) or consent. (Cross-listed as COM 325)

THEA 616 Script Analysis (3)

Study of dramatic texts in a seminar format; analysis of Western and Asian classical to post-modern plays. Pre: 312 or consent.

TPSS 409 Cultural Biogeography (3)

Co-evolution of human societies and plants over the last 10,000 years. Foraging, farming and urban societies economies; spread and modification of selected plants; issues of preservation of genetic resources and traditional plant knowledge. The form and function of gardens. Pre: junior standing or higher, or consent.

PLAN 627 Negotiation and Mediation in Planning (3)

Applicability and limitations of selected approaches; role of planners; impact on planning.

ACC 605 CPA Review-The Regulation (1)

The Regulation section focuses on federal taxation, especially taxation of business entities; individuals, and property taxation, but also tests on business law, business ethics, and professional and legal responsibilities. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only. Co-requisite: 407.

AMST 600 Approaches to American Studies (3)

Introductory survey of methodological issues underlying research in American studies.

ANTH 333 Climate Change and Cultural Response: Past, Present, and Future (3)

Climate change is a reality, yet there is much uncertainty about how it will affect our lives. Investigates cultural response to climate change, using studies of the past to plan for the future. (Alt. years: spring) (Cross-listed as SUST 333)

ASAN 406 Modern Philippines (3)

Survey of major developments from pre-colonial through Spanish and American colonial periods, the revolution, Japanese occupation, and post-war republic. (Cross-listed as HIST 406)

BIOM 644 Translational Research Methods (2)

Lectures focus on translational research methods through selected genetic and acquired diseases including cancer, neurodevelopmental, inflammatoryimmune, and metabolic conditions with insight into analyses of DNA, RNA, genomics-proteomics, cell and animal models, and advanced imaging. A-F only. Pre: consent.

EDCS 618 Early Childhood Education: Advanced Topics (3)

Analysis and practical application of selected early childhood education program and/ or instructional materials. Restricted to majors. Repeatable two times. A-F only. Pre: 415 and 416, or consent.

EDUC 616 Prevention of School Violence (3)

Examines cultural and societal factors contributing to and extent of violence in schools, and outlines schoolwide education for social and emotional literacy, conflict resolution, peer mediation, and appreciation of diversity for peaceable and inclusive schools and communities. A-F only. (Summer only)

EDEP 657 Introduction to Program Evaluation (3)

Introduction to concepts and issues related to program evaluation. Topics include formative and summative uses, planning and design approaches, and metaevaluation processes. A-F only. Pre: 608 (or equivalent).

ESEE 334 Planning and Instruction: Integrating Social Studies and the Performing Arts (3)

Social Studies and Performing Arts integrated content in diverse K-6 classrooms. Teacher candidates engage with social issues through collaborative, expressive, aesthetic, creative, and critical pedagogy. Candidates perform, present, and teach to develop oral communication skills. A-F only.

GER 302 Structure of Modern German (3)

Study of syntactic and morphological structures and basic pragmatic principles. Focuses on spoken and written Modern German. Pre: 202 or 260.

HAW 684 Noi‘i Mele (3)

Intensive study focusing on original compositions of Hawaiian poetry and song. Pre: 402 and 484, or consent.

ZOOL 800 Dissertation Research (V)

Repeatable unlimited times.

WS 419 Feminist Issues in Philosophy (3)

Examination of basic feminist issues in philosophy, and of responses to them. Pre: any course 200 or above in PHIL or WS, or consent. (Cross-listed as PHIL 418)

ICS 290 Computer Science Careers: An Exploration of the Specialties of Computer Science (1)

Exploration of the specialties of computer science. Meets every two week for 2.5 hours to explore specific areas in computer science. CR/NC only. (Once a year)

ITE 319 Children’s Literature (2)

Acquaintance with wide range of children’s books; criteria for evaluation of literature; using literature in the classroom.

KRS 337 Fieldwork in Recreation I (5)

Initial supervised leadership experience in recreational agencies. One hour per week in class discussion sessions. For recreation majors only. Repeatable one time. A-F only. Pre: consent of recreation advisor.

KOR 622 Comparative Studies of Contemporary South and North Korean Language (3)

Comparing and analyzing language data to investigate language heterogeneity problems, its causes, and importance of comparative studies in NK/SK language differences; differences in language policy, grammar, and vocabulary, pronunciation, and discourse style. Pre: 621 or consent. (Once a year)

LAW 516 Civil Procedure I (V)

Study of pre-trial, trial, and appellate procedures in the federal and Hawai‘i courts.

LING 344 Languages of the World (3)

Survey of major language families; typological classification and language universals; writing systems, “contact” languages. Variety of grammatical structures illustrated by selected languages. Pre: 320 or consent.

ME 403 Advanced Mathematics for Engineers (3)

Applications of ordinary differential equations, Laplace transform, vector field theory, matrices, line integrals. Pre: MATH 244 (or MATH 253A), and MATH 302 (or MATH 307).

NURS 320 Health and Illness II: Family Health (4)

Nursing care and health promotion for maternal-newborn and pediatric clients and families in the acute care and community settings. Utilization of family theories and assessment tools for providing culturally sensitive, client-centered care. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 220 and 220L. Co-requisite: 320L.

OCN 621 Biological Oceanography (3)

Factors governing productivity, population dynamics, distribution of organisms in major ecosystems of the ocean, emphasis on ecology of pelagic zone. OCN majors only. Pre: consent.

PACE 652 Conflict Management for Educators (3)

Conflict resolution theory and practice for administrators, faculty and staff in educational organizations. K-12, community colleges and universities. Application and theory of negotiation, mediation, facilitation and hybrid ADR processes. Pre: EDEA 601 or EDEA 650, or consent. (Cross-listed as EDEA 652)

POLS 120 Introduction to World Politics (3)

Power and contemporary world politics since 1945 with emphasis on the U.S. role.

SLS 660 Sociolinguistics and Second Languages (3)

Theoretical and applied aspects of language, culture, and society, and research methods in sociolinguistics, as they relate to second and foreign language issues. Pre: consent.

SOC 741 Seminar in Social Structure and the Individual (3)

Intensive study and individual research projects in a selected topic. Theoretical and methodological issues in relating social and individual levels of analysis. Recommended: 612.

THAI 302 Third-Level Thai II (3)

Continuation of 301. Pre: 301 or equivalent.

ARCH 341 Intermediate Design Studio A (4)

Building and site design with emphasis on site development, analysis, and climatic response. Introduction to sustainable design, land use ordinances, description and delineation of property and land features, and urban and community design influences. ARCH and ENVD majors only. A-F only. Pre: 200 and 201.

ART 491 (Alpha) Art of Southeast Asia (3)

Critical analysis of the historical and cultural development of Buddhist and Hindu art in Southeast Asia; (B) island Southeast Asia; (C) mainland Southeast Asia. Repeatable one time for different alphas. Pre: 175 or consent.

ATMO 395 Undergraduate Internship (V)

Experiential approach to earth science; students serve as interns to field professionals; responsibilities include supervised field work. Open to undergraduate SOEST majors. Repeatable one time. CR/NC only. Pre: junior/senior standing and consent. (Fall only)

BUS 629 Managerial Finance (3)

Financial management theories and tools for business professionals; asset management; capital budgeting; capital structure and dividend policies. MBA students only or advisor approval. A-F only. Pre: 619, 620, and 624; or consent.

CHEM 691 (Alpha) Chemistry Seminar I (1)

Current topics in (D) analytic-inorganic; (E) organic; (Q) biochemistry; (Z) inorganic chemistry. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: graduate standing.

CEE 622 Fluid Mechanics (3)

Theory of fluid dynamics in differential form, covering equation of motion, vortex generation, flow in rotating frame, potential theory, laminar flow, and introduction to turbulence.

CSD 433 Speech and Language Development (3)

Will develop an understanding of children’s acquisition of speech, language, and normal communication development from birth through adolescence. Repeatable unlimited times. A-F only. (Fall only)

EE 627 Advanced Topics in Physical Electronics (3)

Recent developments in phenomena and devices of physical electronics. Pre: 327.

FR 459 Fourth-Level French Abroad (3)

Continuation of 458.

GG/ERTH 103 Geology of the Hawaiian Islands (3)

Hawaiian geology and geologic processes: origin of Hawaiian islands, volcanism, rocks and minerals, landforms, stream and coastal processes, landslides, earthquakes and tsunamis, groundwater, geologic and environmental hazards. Field trip.

HIST 322 History of Japan (3)

Continuation of 321. Period from 1700.

HON 492 Honors Colloquium (3)

Weekly meetings for discussion of enduring issues and problems of an interdisciplinary nature. Limited to candidates for Honors degree. CR/NC only.

JPN 606 Japanese Sociolinguistics (3)

Introduces theories of language use and provides training in the methodology and analysis of Japanese sociolinguistics. Pre: 407 and 475 or equivalent, or consent.

KRS 620 Seminar in Athletic Training (1)

Designed to provide the student with analytical skills and practical experience relative to research as it applies to sports related injuries. Repeatable unlimited times. Pre: consent.

LWPA 587 Comparative Law (V)

Introduction to the civil law tradition, particularly as exemplified by the legal systems of East and Southeast Asia. After a brief review of comparative law study and the historical development of the civil law, the course will examine the structure and role of the courts, judicial process, the legal profession and constitutional law and administrative law in Western Europe and in the Asian civil law countries.

MKT 658 Digital Marketing Management (3)

Examines digital marketing’s role in new product development; direct sales; marketing communications via the internet, social media, and mobile devices; and digital tools such as online tracking and analysis. Real activities provide opportunities for application. A-F only. Pre: BUS 623 or consent. (Fall only)

MICR 140L Microbiology Laboratory (2)

(2 2-hr Lab) Primarily for students in nursing and dental hygiene. Pre: 130 (or concurrent).

NURS 679L Primary Care IV Lab (advanced level): Primary Care Integration Across the Lifespan (V)

Advanced level clinical experience. Application of concepts and principles of assessment, diagnosis, evaluation, and management of clients across the lifespan in primary care settings for advanced practice nursing students. Repeatable one time, up to five credits. NURS majors only. A-F only. Pre: 678/678L. Co-requisite: 679.

PHYS 121 How Things Work: Physics for Everyday Life (3)

Introduction to physics and science in everyday life. It considers objects from our daily environment, and focuses on the principles such as motion, forces, heat, electromagnetism, optics, and modern physics. A-F only.

POLS 703 Writing Politics (3)

Seminar on the politics of writing, grammar, translation, argument, genre, and style with significant content on indigenous issues of oral traditions, alternative modes of writing and argument, and language continuance.

REL 600 History and Theory of the Study of Religion (3)

Survey of development of history of religions; application of methodologies from anthropology, history, philosophy, political science, psychology, and sociology.

THEA 617 Seminar in Performance Studies (3)

Special topics. Repeatable up to two times when topics change. Pre: 615 or consent. (Cross-listed as DNCE 617)

TIM 368 TIM Study Abroad (V)

Study abroad instructional experience emphasizing international travel, tourism and hospitality-related topics at equivalent, accredited programs. Content varies depending on locus of instruction and instructor. Course qualifies as either a TIM or general elective with pre-approval or department. Repeatable unlimited times. TIM majors only. Pre: consent.

ACC 610 International Corporate Governance (3)

Understanding of complex and critical issues of international corporate governance, financial reporting, and ethical conduct. Includes corporate governance in the U.S., major European markets, and Asia. Emphasis on internal and external stakeholders, regulators, and gatekeepers. Graduate students only. A-F only.

AMST 601 Patterns of American Cultures (3)

American cultural origins and development.

ANTH 341 Anthropology of Virtual Worlds (3)

Anthropological study of computer mediated interaction. Focus on the ethnography of massively multiplayer online games, text-based chat rooms, and blogs. Pre: 152 or consent. (Once a year)

ASAN 407 Peace Processes in Philippines and Hawai‘i (3)

History of Philippine Islam and the Moro struggle, the peace process in Mindanao and
sovereignty movement for Hawaiian nation. 75 min. Lec, 75-min. joint online discussion with Philippine students. Junior standing only. A-F only. Pre: consent. (Fall only) (Cross-listed as PACE 407)

BIOM 645 Clinical Protocol Development (3)

Provides training in proposal development. Governance structures of funding agencies; funding opportunities and decisions; review processes; NIH application and processes; reading RFAs; compliance issues; cultural sensitivity; and types of questions using databases are addressed. A-F only.

EDCS 619 Social and Cultural Constructions of Childhood (3)

Seminar examines the interrelated socially constructed concepts of children and childhood and places them in the larger contexts informed by sociological, anthropological, historical, critical, and technological perspectives. A-F only. Graduate students only.

DNCE 655 Dance and Performance Theory: Oceania (3)

Dance content and historico-social context of principal dance traditions. Pre: graduate standing or consent. (Alt. years)

EDEP 661 Development and Learning (3)

Analysis and critique of (Piagetian) developmental stage theory and traditional behavioristic and cognitive learning theories; introduction to current models of learning and development. Pre: consent.

ENG 461 Studies in Poetry (3)

Intensive study of selected problems, issues, writers, traditions, or movements in poetry. Repeatable one time. Pre: 320 and one other 300-level ENG course; or consent.

ESEE 340 Planning and Instruction, Literacy I: Teaching Children to Read in Inclusive Settings, K-3 (3)

Overview of principles and practices for teaching reading (phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension) to diverse students, grades K-3; including planning, instruction, and assessment. Writing assignments include lesson reflections, case studies, modules, and reading responses. A-F only.

FIN 652 Programming in Finance (3)

Addresses programming principles, and programming languages used in financial modeling. A-F only. Pre: graduate standing in Financial Engineering program, or consent. (Once a year)

GER 303 Reading and Writing (3)

Further development of reading and writing skills through the study of modern short stories by major German language authors. Pre: 202.

HAW 695 Papahana Laeo‘o (V)

Research for Plan B project/non-thesis. May include but not limited to internship with cultural practitioner. Repeatable up to six credits. HAW majors only. CR/NC only. Pre: consent of graduate advisor.

HIST 434 History of Christianity to 1500 (3)

Historical analysis of the main traditions of Christianity and elements of diversity within Europe and in relation to other parts of the world. Focus on the interpretation of primary sources and discussion of cultural issues. (Alt. years: spring)