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HPP. Hawai╩╗i Pan-Pacific Requirement Fall 2011 and thereafter

One 3-credit course.

Students select one semester course designated ÔÇťHPP.ÔÇŁ These courses investigate major aspects of the culture, language, economy, history, or natural environment of Hawai╩╗i or of another indigenous culture or nation or region of the Pan-Pacific region (Oceania, Asia, the west coast of the Americas). Courses foster critical understanding of different cultural perspectives, values, and world-views and the ability to acquire additional knowledge about these.

These courses are certified as meeting the Hawai╩╗i Pan-Pacific requirement effective Fall 2011 and thereafter. Students using the 2011-2012 catalog who wish to apply to the Hawai╩╗i Pan-Pacific requirement courses not listed on this page must submit a Request for Modification of Academic Requirement.

Select one:

  • ANTH 385 Hawaiian & Pacific Prehistory
  • ANTH 389 Cultural Resources Management
  • ART 280 Aspects of Asian Art
  • BIOL 156 Natural History & Conservation Hawaiian Islands
  • CS 135 Animation Programming
  • DRAM 383 Japanese Theater and Performance
  • ENG 205 Hawai╩╗i on Screen
  • ENG 286A Introduction to Fiction Writing
  • ENG 323 The Literature of Hawai╩╗i
  • ENG 430 Pacific Islands Literature
  • GEOG 107 Hawai╩╗i in the Pacific
  • GEOG 120 Weather & Climate of Hawai╩╗i
  • GEOL 205 Geology of Hawaiian Isle
  • HIST 274 History of Hawai╩╗i
  • HIST 316 Pacific History I: To 1900
  • HIST 317 Pacific History II: From 1900
  • HWST 111 Hawaiian ÔÇśOhana
  • HWST 176 History & Development of Hawaiian Music
  • HWST 211 Hawaiian Ethnobotany
  • HWST 213 Hawaiian Ethnozoology
  • JPNS 382 Gender & Min Japanese Comics
  • JPNS 383 Japanese Theatre & Performance
  • JPNS 385 Postwar Japan through Film and Literature
  • JPST 353 Politics of Japan
  • JPST 382 Gender & Min Japanese Comics
  • JPST 383 Japanese Theatre & Performance
  • JPST 385 Postwar Japan through Film and Literature
  • JPST 430 Philosophy of Zen
  • JPST 450 Mahayana Buddhist Philosophy
  • LING 442 Languages in Hawai╩╗i
  • MARE 140 Introduction to Hawaiian Coral Reefs
  • MARE 140L Introductory Hawaiian Coral Reefs Lab
  • MARE 156 Natural History and Conservation of the Hawaiian Islands
  • MARE 310 The Atoll Ecosystem
  • MGT 333 International Business Management
  • MUS 176 History & Development of Hawaiian Music
  • NURS 350 Transcultural Care & Health Promotion
  • PHIL 101 Introduction to Eastern Philosophy
  • PHIL 300 History of Indian Philosophy
  • PHIL 301 History of Chinese Philosophy
  • PHIL 302 History of Buddhist Philosophy
  • PHIL 430 Philosophy of Zen
  • PHIL 435 Philosophy of Tao
  • PHIL 450 Mahayana Buddhist Philosophy
  • PHYS 120 Weather & Climate of Hawai╩╗i
  • POLS 351 Politics of China
  • POLS 353 Politics of Japan
  • PSY 323 Community Psychology
  • PSY 475 Asian American Psychology
  • SOC 480 Practicum in Social Research