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Kapi'olani Community College • Fall 2024 Class Availability

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Information Technology (ITS)

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  31145 ITS 122 0 Cyber Security Fundamentals 3 D J Stevens 20 0 1 14 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: Information Technology majors must take ITS 122 for a letter grade only.

Prerequisite (s): Qualification for ENG 100 or ESOL 94 or ESOL 94F or higher-level English course; qualification for MATH 82 or higher-level mathematics course.

Recommended Preparation : ICS 101

ITS 122 may require hardware/software supplies up to $100.00 for hands-on-activities.

This ITS 122 class section (CRN 31145) 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 program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

ITS 122 is an introductory course in Cybersecurity and the first of 3 courses (ITS 122, ITS 142, ITS 222) leading to the Certificate of Competence in Cybersecurity.
  31486 ITS 124 0 Introduction to Networking 3 TBA 13 0 1 14 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/31-12/20
                      R 1215-0130p KOPIKO 101A 08/26-08/30
Comment: ICS 184 and ITS 124 are identical,cross-listed courses. ICS 184 or ITS 124 (only one) can be taken to complete the Associate in Science – Information Technology (AS-IT) Degree and Certificate of Competence in Help Desk Services (CO-HDS). Information Technology majors must take ICS 184 or ITS 124 for a letter grade only.

Recommended Preparation: ICS 101.

This HYBRID ITS 124 class section (CRN 31486) is conducted using the hybrid format and cross-listed with ICS 184 class section (CRN 31987), a ONLINE ASYNC class section. If you prefer the ONLINE ASYNC format, please register for ICS 184 (CRN 31987). In this Hybrid section (31486) students are required to meet with each other and/or the instructor only once at a specific time, on the Kapiʻolani campus. The first class meeting will be held in-person on campus on Thursday (8/29) from 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not require field work. This class does not include proctored exams. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.
  31148 ITS 128 0 Prob Solving & Prog Process 3 R P Halverson 9 8 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: ITS 128 was formerly known as ITS 103 - Introduction to the Programming Process. Information Technology majors must take ITS 128 for a letter grade only.

Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 or ESOL 94 or higher-level English course; qualification for MATH 82 or higher-level mathematics course.

Recommended Preparation: Keyboarding experience; credit for ICS 101. Students are required to use Microsoft Office and have a basic familiarity with the Internet. Students need to be able to access course related technologies outside their classroom, including the integrated development environment: Microsoft Visual Studio. Students enrolled in ITS 128 will be able to obtain this software at no additional cost through the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA).

This ITS 128 class section (CRN 31148) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

ITS 128 (CRN 31148) is cross-listed with ITS 128 (CRN 31638). Please check with course instructor or program coordinator for more information about the differences between the two CRNs.

This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Programming.
  31638 ITS 128 0 Prob Solving & Prog Process 3 R P Halverson 5 8 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
                      T 0145-0300p KOPIKO 101A 08/26-12/20
Comment: ITS 128 was formerly known as ITS 103 - Introduction to the Programming Process. Information Technology majors must take ITS 128 for a letter grade only. This ITS 128 class section (CRN 31724) is conducted in hybrid mode with meetings once a week on campus on Tuesdays.

31638 Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 or ESOL 94 or higher-level English course; qualification for MATH 82 or higher-level mathematics course.

Recommended Preparation: Keyboarding experience; credit for ICS 101. Students are required to use Microsoft Office and have a basic familiarity with the Internet. Students need to be able to access course related technologies outside their classroom, including the integrated development environment: Microsoft Visual Studio. Students enrolled in ITS 128 will be able to obtain this software at no additional cost through the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA).

This ITS 128 class section (CRN 31638) is conducted using the HYBRID format. This class is mostly asynchronous except that it requires one class meeting on campus during week 1 on Tuesday (8/27)from 1:45 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not require field work. This class does not include proctored exams. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

ITS 128 (CRN 31638) is cross-listed with ITS 128 (CRN 31148). Please check with course instructor or program coordinator for more information about the differences between the two CRNs.

This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Programming.
  31870 ITS 128 0 Prob Solving & Prog Process 3 R P Halverson 2 20 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: ITS 128 was formerly known as ITS 103 - Introduction to the Programming Process. Information Technology majors must take ITS 128 for a letter grade only.

Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 or ESOL 94 or higher-level English course; qualification for MATH 82 or higher-level mathematics course.

Recommended Preparation: Keyboarding experience; credit for ICS 101. Students are required to use Microsoft Office and have a basic familiarity with the Internet. Students need to be able to access course related technologies outside their classroom, including the integrated development environment: Microsoft Visual Studio. Students enrolled in ITS 128 will be able to obtain this software at no additional cost through the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA).

This ITS 128 class section (CRN 31870) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Programming.
  31862 ITS 129 0 Introduction to Databases 3 D M Nakasone 5 6 0 15 W 1045-1200p KOPIKO 101A 08/26-08/30
                      TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/31-12/20
Comment:

Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 100; qualification for MATH 103, MATH 115 or higher-level mathematics course.

Recommended Preparation: Credit in ICS 101 or ICS 102; and computer experience.

Comment: ICS 129 and ITS 129 are identical,cross-listed courses. ICS 129 or ITS 129 (only one) can be taken to complete the Associate in Science – Information Technology (AS-IT) Degree and the Certificate of Competence in Data Science (CO-DS). Information Technology majors must take ICS 129 or ITS 129 for a letter grade only.

This HYBRID ITS 129 class section (CRN 31862) is conducted using the hybrid format and cross-listed with ICS 129 class section (CRN 31986), a ONLINE ASYNC class section. If you prefer the ONLINE ASYNC format, please register for ICS 129 (CRN 31149). In this Hybrid section (31986) students are required to meet with each other and/or the instructor only once at a specific time, on the Kapiʻolani campus. The first class meeting will be held in-person on campus on Wednesday (8/28) from 10:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not require field work. This class does not include proctored exams. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.
  31150 ITS 142 0 Network Security 3 D J Stevens 11 9 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: Information Technology majors must take ITS 142 for a letter grade only.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of "C" or higher in ITS 122; a grade of "C" or higher in ITS 124.

This ITS 142 class section (CRN 31150) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

ITS 142 is the 2nd of a series of 3 classes resulting in a Certificate of Competence in Cybersecurity.

This section will be participating in the Kapi'olani Bookstore's IDAP program (Interactive Digital Access Program). An IDAP Rental Charge for the ebook will be added to your MyUH account, price to be determined. See instructor for instructions on how to access your digital course material. If you have any questions, please contact the Kapi'olani bookstore or visit our FAQ page at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp?

ITS 142 may require additional hardware/software supplies up to $100.00 for assignments/projects.
  31151 ITS 144 0 PC Maint/Support & OS Install 3 TBA 20 0 1 14 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment:

Prerequisite(s): Qualification for ENG 22 or ESOL 94 or higher; qualification for MATH 24 or higher level mathematics.

Recommended Preparation: Completion of ICS 101.

This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Help Desk Support Services and Cyber Security.

This ITS 144 class section (CRN 31164) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

This section will be participating in the Kapi'olani Bookstore's IDAP program (Interactive Digital Access Program). An IDAP Rental Charge for the ebook will be added to your MyUH account, price to be determined. See instructor for instructions on how to access your digital course material. If you have any questions, please contact the Kapi'olani bookstore or visit our FAQ page at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp?
  31152 ITS 148 0 Prob Solving & Prog Process 2 3 R P Halverson 17 5 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment:

Prerequisite(s): ITS 128 with a grade of "C" or higher, or consent of the Business, Legal, and Technology department chairperson, program coordinator, or instructor.

Recommended Preparation: Keyboarding experience; credit for ICS 101.

This ITS 148 class section (CRN 31152) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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 are required to use Microsoft Office and have a basic familiarity with the Internet. Students need to be able to access course related technologies outside their classroom, including Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. Students enrolled in ITS 148 will be able to obtain this software at no additional cost through the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA).

Comment: ITS 148 - Visual Studio.NET Programming I was formerly known as ITS 118 - Visual Basic for Business Applications. Information Technology majors must take all ITS courses for a grade. The Kapi'olani CC General Catalog states, "In place of a grade, credit/no credit (CR/NC) is an option provided the course is not part of the general education and major requirements". An ITS major cannot use a "grade" of CR for ITS 148 to fulfill the degree requirements of the AS in Information Technology, but other students may elect the CR/NC or audit grading options.

This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Programming.
ONLD,TXT0 31153 ITS 149R 0 Intro to Data Analytics and R 3 D M Nakasone 2 19 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Textbook Cost: $0

Comment: Information Technology majors must take ITS 149R for a letter grade only.

Prerequisites: ITS 129 or consent of instructor or Business, Legal, &Technology Department Chairperson.

This ITS 149R class section (CRN 31153) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

This section will be participating in the Kapi'olani Bookstore's IDAP program (Interactive Digital Access Program). An IDAP Rental Charge for the ebook will be added to your MyUH account, price to be determined. See instructor for instructions on how to access your digital course material. If you have any questions, please contact the Kapi'olani bookstore or visit our FAQ page at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp?

This ONLINE ASYNC ITS 149R class section (CRN 31153) is conducted ONLINE and is cross-listed with ITS 149R class section (CRN 31815), a HYBRID class section. If you prefer the HYBRID format, please register for ITS 149R (CRN 31815).

This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Database Administration.
ONLD,TXT0 31815 ITS 149R 0 Intro to Data Analytics and R 3 D M Nakasone 1 19 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
                      M 1045-1200p KOPIKO 101A 08/26-12/20
Textbook Cost: $0
Comment: Information Technology majors must take ITS 149R for a letter grade only.

Prerequisites: ITS 129 or consent of instructor or Business, Legal, &Technology Department Chairperson.

This hybrid ITS 149R class section (CRN 31815) is conducted both ONLINE and in-person on campus, face-to-face. This class is mostly ASYNCHRONOUS. Students are required to meet with each other and/or the instructor only once at a specific time, on the Kapiʻolani campus. The first class meeting will be held in-person on campus on Monday (8/26) from 10:45 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not require field work. This class does not include proctored exams. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

This section will be participating in the Kapi'olani Bookstore's IDAP program (Interactive Digital Access Program). An IDAP Rental Charge for the ebook will be added to your MyUH account, price to be determined. See instructor for instructions on how to access your digital course material. If you have any questions, please contact the Kapi'olani bookstore or visit our FAQ page at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp?

This HYBRID ITS 149R class section (CRN 31815) is conducted both ONLINE ASYNC and in-person on campus and cross-listed with ITS 149R class section (CRN 31153), an ONLINE ASYNC class section. If you prefer the ONLINE ASYNC format, please register for ITS 149R (CRN 31153).

This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Data Science.
  31990 ITS 222 0 Cyber Attacks and Defense 3 D J Stevens 12 8 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: Information Technology majors must take ITS 222 for a letter grade only.

Prerequisite(s): ITS 142 with a grade of "C" or higher.

ITS 222 is the 3rd of a series of 3 classes resulting in a Certificate of Competence in Cybersecurity.

This ITS 222 class section (CRN 31990) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

ITS 222 may require additional hardware/software supplies up to $100.00 for assignments/projects.
  31798 ITS 224 0 Help Desk Support Practices 3 D M Nakasone 13 9 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: Information Technology majors must take ITS 222 for a letter grade only.

Prerequisite(s): ITS 142 with a grade of "C" or higher.

ITS 222 is the 3rd of a series of 3 classes resulting in a Certificate of Competence in Cybersecurity.

This ITS 222 class section (CRN 33446) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

ITS 222 may require additional hardware/software supplies up to $100.00 for assignments/projects.
  31154 ITS 227 0 Web Site Development 3 R P Halverson 20 0 3 12 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment:

Recommended Preparation: ITS 124, ITS 129, and ITS 148.

This ITS 227 class section (CRN 31154) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

This course maps to the NCSA Academy HTML 5.0 Certification CP-450: http://www.ncsacademy.com/certification/html5.cfm

This section will be participating in the Kapi'olani Bookstore's IDAP program (Interactive Digital Access Program). An IDAP Rental Charge for the ebook will be added to your MyUH account, price to be determined. See instructor for instructions on how to access your digital course material. If you have any questions, please contact the Kapi'olani bookstore or visit our FAQ page at https://www.bookstore.hawaii.edu/uhkcc/site_IDAP.asp?
  31799 ITS 228 0 Prob Solving & Prog Process 3 3 R P Halverson 17 3 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: Information Technology majors must take ITS 228 for a letter grade only.

Prerequisite(s): ITS 148 with a grade of "D" or higher, or consent of the Business, Legal, and Technology department chairperson, program coordinator, or instructor.

This ITS 228 class section (CRN 31799) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

This course contributes to the Certificate of Competence in Programming.
TXT0 31800 ITS 293 0 InfoTech Program Internship 3 D J Stevens 11 4 0 15 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Approval: Instructor Approval

Comment: Textbook Cost: $0

Prerequisite(s): Consent of the Business, Legal, and Technology department chairperson, Info Tech program coordinator, or instructor.

ITS 293 is repeatable for a maximum of nine credits; however only three credits can be applied towards the fulfillment of requirements for the AS degree in Information Technology.

This ITS 293 class section (CRN 31800) is a special section for ITS majors who are eligible for internship. For permission to register in this class, please provide transcripts from MYUH Star for review and approval.

This ITS 293 class section (CRN 31800) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional conferences will be arranged by the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Please email the course instructor (dsteven3@hawaii.edu) for override to register for this course as well as for additional information. Please 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. Special Approval: Instructor Approval
  31992 ITS 381PM 0 Project Management 3 B Bogaczewicz 5 20 0 10 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: This course will be another optional course in the APC in IT. It will not increase or decrease the number of credits required for that certificate.

Prerequisites: A grade "C" or higher in ICS 101 and qualification for ENG 22 or qualification for ESOL 94S or qualification for ESOL 94F or higher.

This ITS 381PM class section (CRN 31155) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

This course provides credit for 1 of 6 classes resulting in the Advanced Professional Certificate (APC) which transfers to UH Maui College for the Applied Business in Information Technology (ABIT) Bachelor's degree. The APC also transfers to UH West O'ahu for the Bachelors of Applied Science (BAS) in Information Technology.

ITS 381PM may require additional hardware/software supplies up to $150.00 for assignments/projects.
  32022 ITS 381SF 0 Topics in InfoTech: Salesforce 3 D M Nakasone 4 18 0 10 TBA TBA ONLINE ASYNC 08/26-12/20
Comment: ITS 381SF may require practice exams costing approximately $40. ITS majors must take all ITS courses for a letter grade.

Prerequisite(s): A grade of “C” or higher in ITS 224 and a grade of “C” or higher in ITS 227 and a grade of “C” or higher in ITS 228 and a grade of “C” or higher in ITS 229AD and a grade of “C” or higher in all prerequisites of the same topic; or consent of the Business Education Department Chairperson, IT Program Coordinator, or instructor.

This ITS 381SF class section (CRN 31148) 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. However, the class includes one or more OPTIONAL synchronous online activities. Optional one-on-one conferences can be arranged with the instructor. This class does not include proctored exams. This class does not require field work. Email the program coordinator or instructor (dalenaka@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.

The course provides credit for 1 of 6 classes resulting in the Advanced Professional Certificate (APC) which transfers to UH Maui College for the Applied Business in Information Technology (ABIT) Bachelor's degree. The APC also transfers to UH West O'ahu for the Bachelors of Applied Science (BAS) in Information Technology.

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