The University of Hawai‘i System’s Institutional Research, Analysis & Planning Office (IRAPO) publishes course reports each semester for each campus. University of Hawai‘i system login information is required to access these reports. Data is available from Fall 2008 to the most recent semester. The reports for Mānoa include the following four tables:
- Course Registration Summary by Course Offering – This report breaks down course registration by the number of courses, the number of classes, the average class size, students registered, student semester hours (SSH) and course full-time equivalent (FTE). The report stratifies the aforementioned information by school or college (e.g. College of Arts, Languages & Letters, College of Education), department (e.g. English, Biology) and division level (i.e. lower division, upper division, graduate level).
- Course Registration Summary by Course Level – This report breaks down course registration by the number of courses, the number of classes, semester hours, students registered and SSH. The report is stratified solely by course level (e.g. 000-099, 100-199).
- Student Semester Hours (SSH) and Course Full-Time Equivalence (FTE) – This report presents the number of SSH and course FTE, stratified by college and level.
- Number of Classes and Average Class Size. – This report presents the number of classes and the average class size, stratified by college and level.
Access these reports here.
After you log in, choose “Course Registration Report” then the desired semester, then one of the four tables from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa section of the page.