Representatives from the University of Hawaii will visit Maui today to discuss upcoming online bachelor’s, master’s degree and certificate programs. Today’s session begins at 6 p.m. in Laulima room 102, and is hosted by Lee Ann Santos, an academic advisor with the UH West Oahu Campus.
The session will focus on distance education bachelor’s degree programs in Business Administration, Accounting, Social Sciences, Early Childhood Education, and Health Care Administration. There will also be information on certificate programs for Substance Abuse and Addictions Studies, Health Care Administration, and Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management (DPEM).
A separate session is planned on Thursday November 18th at 6pm. Dr. Candace Wheeler, UH Hilo’s Distance Learning Coordinator, will discuss upcoming programs including bachelor’s degree programs in Nursing, Psychology, the Indigenous Teacher Education certificate program, and a master’s degree program in Indigenous Language & Culture Education. This workshop will be held on the UH Maui College campus in Kahului in the Laulima building, room 108.
UH’s Distance Learning program provides students across the state of Hawaii with the opportunity to take classes offered by any UH campus. Distance learning online classes can be delivered anytime and anywhere. Programs are facilitated through the UH Center, Maui which offers face-to-face academic support. These workshops offer the unique opportunity
to ask questions about UH’s distance programs in an informal face-to-face environment. UH’s Distance Learning program has helped nearly one thousand Maui residents get their advanced degrees without leaving Maui.
(Posted by Wendy Osher, supporting information courtesy UHMC)