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Kapi'olani Community College • Fall 2024 Class Availability

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Food Service & Hosp Educ (FSHE)

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DB,TXT0 31170 FSHE 185 0 The Science of Human Nutrition 3 C Leong 6 24 0 10 T 0930-1050a OLONA 209 08/26-12/20
This FSHE 185 (CRN 31170) is Hybrid with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in-class Tuesdays from 9:30 am - 10:50 am (Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and complete Internet learning activities. To take a Hybrid class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.

To be successful in this class students must:
1) Be proficient in computer competency skills (i.e. file upload and download, email, Laulima, online testing)
2) Have reliable computer with reliable high speed internet connection
3) Access to MS Word and Excel programs

DB,IDAP 31171 FSHE 185 0 The Science of Human Nutrition 3 L S Tatekawa 24 11 0 10 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20

This FSHE 185 class section (CRN 31171) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (loutate@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

Students in this class will use the Cengage iDap textbook Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies, 15th Edition, Frances Sienkiewicz Sizer & Ellie Whitney. The iDap eBook rental will be charged to your UH account upon registering for this class. If you choose to “opt-out” of the iDap, you should purchase a hard copy of the text, as some form of this text is required. Details on iDap including opting out, can be found at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp?

Students will also use the MindTap online resource.

DB,TXT0 31172 FSHE 185 0 The Science of Human Nutrition 3 C Leong 13 17 0 10 TR 1100-1220p OLONA 209 08/26-12/20
This FSHE 185 (CRN 31172) is an in-person class with required in-classroom meetings and an online component. Students are required to meet in-class Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:00 am - 12:20 pm (Hawaii Standard Time (HST) and complete Internet learning activities.

To take this class, students need regular access to a recent model desktop or laptop computer as well as access to high-speed Internet. Email the instructor as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications.


To be successful in this class students must:

1) Be proficient in computer competency skills (i.e. file upload and download, email, Laulima, online testing)

2) Have access to a computer with reliable high speed internet connection
DB,IDAP 31173 FSHE 185 0 The Science of Human Nutrition 3 L S Tatekawa 5 30 0 10 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
This FSHE 185 class section (CRN 3173) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (loutate@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

Students in this class will use the Cengage iDap textbook Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies, 15th Edition, Frances Sienkiewicz Sizer & Ellie Whitney. The iDap eBook rental will be charged to your UH account upon registering for this class. If you choose to “opt-out” of the iDap, you should purchase a hard copy of the text, as some form of this text is required. Details on iDap including opting out, can be found at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp?

Students will also use the MindTap online resource.
DB,IDAP 31174 FSHE 185 0 The Science of Human Nutrition 3 L S Tatekawa 3 32 0 10 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
This FSHE 185 class section (CRN 31174) is conducted online. This class is fully ASYNCHRONOUS: students are never required to meet with each other and/or the instructor at a specific time. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the instructor (loutate@hawaii.edu) as needed for additional information and check your hawaii.edu email account regularly for class notifications. To take an online class, you need regular access to a desktop or laptop computer and a reliable Internet connection.

Students in this class will use the Cengage iDap textbook Nutrition: Concepts and Controversies, 15th Edition, Frances Sienkiewicz Sizer & Ellie Whitney. The iDap eBook rental will be charged to your UH account upon registering for this class. If you choose to “opt-out” of the iDap, you should purchase a hard copy of the text, as some form of this text is required. Details on iDap including opting out, can be found at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp?

Students will also use the MindTap online resource.


General Education Requirements:
FGA = Foundation GMP-A DA = Diversification-Arts DP = Diversification-Physical Science
FGB = Foundation GMP-B DB = Diversification-Biological Science DS = Diversification-Social Science
FGC = Foundation GMP-C DH = Diversification-Humanities DY = Diversification-Laboratory (science)
FQ = Foundation Quantitative Reasoning DL = Diversification-Literatures HSL= Hawaiian or Second Language
FS = Foundation Symbolic Reasoning
FW = Foundation Written Communication
Focus Requirements:
HAP= Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Issues
OC= Oral Communication
WI= Writing Intensive
Other:
FY= Seats Reserved for First-Year Students
RI= Research Intensive


Special Designations:
ONLD = Fully Online Program IDAP = eBook Access OI = Off-Island EC = Early College
ONL5 = 5-Week Online Program TXT0 = Textbook Cost $0 OS = Off-Site SF = Sustainability Focused


Class Meeting Days:
M = Monday F = Friday ONLINE ASYNC = Completely online, NO scheduled days/times
T = Tuesday S = Saturday TBA = To Be Announced/Arranged
W = Wednesday U= Sunday
R = Thursday