University of Hawaii Textbooks/Course Materials

University of Hawaii at Manoa • Fall 2017 Extension Class Availability

(UH Transfer Information)

Religion (REL)

Gen. Ed./
Focus
CRN Course Section Title Credits Instructor Curr.
Enrolled
Seats
avail.
Days Time Room Dates
FGA 1012 REL 149 211 Intro to the World's Goddesses 3 A Candens 3 17 TBA TBA ONLINE TBA 08/21-12/15
The course is accessible via a desktop or laptop computer with a working web cam, microphone, and high speed internet access. The class requires the use of Laulima (https://laulima.hawaii.edu/portal). For additional information about online classes, see www.hawaii.edu/dl. Online course fee $15. Instructor's email address is candens@hawaii.edu.
FGC 1013 REL 150 211 Intro to the World's Major Rel 3 A Candens 5 15 TBA TBA ONLINE TBA 08/21-12/15
The course is accessible via a desktop or laptop computer with a working web cam, microphone, and high speed internet access. The class requires the use of Laulima (https://laulima.hawaii.edu/portal). For additional information about online classes, see www.hawaii.edu/dl. Online course fee $15. Instructor's email address is candens@hawaii.edu.
DH 1014 REL 151 211 Rel & the Meaning of Existence 3 A Candens 0 20 TBA TBA ONLINE TBA 09/05-12/15
The course is accessible via a desktop or laptop computer with a working web cam, microphone, and high speed internet access. The class requires the use of Laulima (https://laulima.hawaii.edu/portal). For additional information about online classes, see www.hawaii.edu/dl. Online course fee $15. Instructor's email address is candens@hawaii.edu.

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)
FS = Foundation Symbolic Reasoning DL = Diversification-Literatures HSL = Hawaiian or Second Language
FW = Foundation Written Communication NI = Non-introductory Course
Focus Requirements:
ETH = Contemporary Ethical Issues
HAP = Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Issues
OC = Oral Communication
WI = Writing Intensive

NOTE: Courses numbered 600 and above are restricted to classified graduate students only. All unclassified students must obtain approval from the department to register.


Class Meeting Days:
M = Monday R = Thursday U = Sunday
T = Tuesday F = Friday TBA = To Be Announced/Arranged
W = Wednesday S= Saturday