2023 UHMC Summary of Courses and Continuing Education

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CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES

Short term training to develop specific skills or advance your career! Continuing education classes will be identified by CE throughout the catalog.

How to Register Online

To register for continuing education classes go to: maui.hawaii.edu/courses.

Early registration is highly recommended. Class sizes are limited and registering in advance assures your place in high demand classes. A course not meeting its minimum enrollment may cancel within 3 days prior to its start date. The Office of Continuing Education reserves the right to change class locations, schedules, fees and instructors when necessary.

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Courses that can lead to accredited degrees and certificates. Credit classes will be identified by C throughout the catalog. Check out maui.hawaii.edu/programs for a complete list.

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AQUAponics

Sustainable science in a living lab

Remy Romo-Valdez became interested in both agriculture and engineering at Maui High School. The UH Maui College Sustainable Science Management Program seemed a perfect fit. And it was. He’s scheduled to graduate this May with his BAS in Sustainable Science Management with a concentration in Marine studies.

Before enrolling, he wasn’t sure he would be able to balance classwork, assignments, and his personal time. Turns out, he could. “I found that I could manage my time more effectively as my professors were very flexible with their time with students and assignments.” And he found connections with both instructors and peers actually helped him concentrate on work related to his field of study. “I realized I could also meet others with similar interests, so there was ample social time between studying and hanging out with new friends.”

Romo-Valdez learned more than his courses’ subject matter. “The classes I attended helped me develop an open mindset and furthered my skills of critical thinking and organization. Additionally, the professors who taught these classes connected me with organizations and businesses focused in the field of Sustainability.”

SSM Program Coordinator Dr. Meagan Jones explains that many alumni transition to work in education, natural resource management, tourism, agriculture, become entrepreneurs, and pursue graduate studies. Students also

gain industry experience through their SSM internships as well as the applied experience gained through the year-long SSM capstone project.

“Remy is a natural leader among his peers and goes the extra mile in his studies and helping others,” says Dr. Jones. “While he naturally gravitates toward the natural sciences, he also excels in systems modeling and applying sustainability tools to solve complex problems.”

Remy gained practical skill sets by taking liberal arts classes. And they led to other areas of interest, one of which was working as a lab tech with WaiPono Farms on the UHMC campus.

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As a working greenhouse that grows fresh produce and raises tilapia to support food security through donations to various community organizations, WaiPono Farms provides a work-based learning experience for UHMC students to gain hands-on skills in the agriculture sector. It also prepares students for future job opportunities through immersion in a highly productive facility and a collaborative, team environment.

“As an outstanding student leader at the WaiPono Farm aquaponics greenhouse for the last four years, Remy has worked continuously while he pursues his SSM degree,” says Program Manager Nicolette van der Lee. “He has contributed in immeasurable ways to the project through his dedicated

work ethic, commitment to excellence, and continuous pursuit of learning.”

Through their work at WaiPono Farms, students can easily advance into STEM pathways of agriculture, culinary, conservation and other related sectors. The industry expects college students and graduates to bring favorable traits of professionalism including being on time and prepared to work, as well as skills and applied knowledge. UHMC continues to engage with industry partners by gathering current labor market data and employer input on what skills and work-based experiences are valuable for the future of the workforce in both areas of academic credit and continuing education classes.

Learn more about free training at maui.hawaii.edu/aquaponics

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Pictured: Remy Romo-Valdez tends to young tilapia in the campus aquaponics lab.

SUSTAINABILITY & ag

C Introduction to Beekeeping

Learn the biology and behavior of honeybees and best management practices for hive management. Develop hands-on skills for hive inspection, maintenance, and management techniques to control honeybee diseases and pests. Investigate alternative pollinators.

AGR162 / Mach Fukuda / 3 credits

001 F 12 PM - 2:45 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE The ABC’s of Bees: Basic Beekeeping Part A

Part A: Basic Introduction. This course includes history, biology, regulations, pests, and issues with keeping bees on Maui. This is the first in a series of four, 5-hour, noncredit courses (A,B,C, and D) to provide you introductory information on keeping bees in Hawai‘i, including introduction to the tools, equipment, and safety gear needed. This will be followed by Part B: Working with the Hive and Harvesting Honey and Part C: Construction of Hives, Assembling Woodenware/equipment and Part D: How to Get Bees.

AG6155 / Mach Fukuda / $95

003 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM 3-Sep AG Building 1x

CE The ABC’s of Bees: Basic Beekeeping Part B

Part B: Working with the Hive and Harvesting Honey. This is the second in a series of four, 5-hour, non-credit courses (A,B,C, and D) to provide you introductory information on keeping bees in Hawai‘i. In Part B, you will learn the inner workings of a bee hive, including the internal parts, as well as where bees live and reproduce. You will also learn basics of working with bees and hive manipulations and techniques for harvesting honey. This will be followed by Part C: Construction of Hives, Assembling Woodenware/equipment and Part D: How to Get Bees.

AGR6156 / Mach Fukuda / $95

003 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM 17-Sep AG Building 1x

CE The ABC’s of Bees:

Basic Beekeeping Part C

Part C: Construction of Hives, Assembling Woodenware/ Equipment. This is the third in a series of four, 5-hour, non-credit courses (A,B, C, and D) to provide introductory information on keeping bees in Hawai‘i. In Part C, you will learn to build hives from locally obtained materials. You will also learn to assemble woodenware/equipment that can not be locally sourced from hardware stores. This will be followed by Part D: How to Get Bees.

AGR6157 / Mach Fukuda / $95

003 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM 1-Oct AG Building 1x

CE The ABC’s of Bees:

Basic Beekeeping Part D

Part D: How To Get Bees. This is the final in a series of four, 5-hour, non-credit courses (A,B, C, and D) to provide introductory information on keeping bees in Hawai‘i. This class will look at the factors affecting honey bees in the spring-summer months of the year and what causes a hive to swarm, techniques for attracting and collecting a swarm. If time permits, you will have handson experience collecting swarms, servicing swarm traps, and transferring swarms to hives. Pre-requisite required: ABCʻs of Beekeeping A, B and C or AG162 Introductory Beekeeping.

AGR6160 / Mach Fukuda / $89

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CE Introduction To Plant Propagation

This course will provide you an overview on plant propagation, including seed/sexual propagation and asexual propagation (such as cuttings, divisions, and air layers). This course will include both a lecture of the various techniques as well as hands-on practical exercises. Learn both small scale (home owner) and large scale nursery enterprises. Course will be conducted at Hoʻoulu 104 and Greenhouse facilities.

AGR6158 / Mach Fukuda / $89

002 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM 16-Apr AG Building 1x 003 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM 12-Nov AG Building 1x

CE What is Bugging you? Home Garden Pest Control Overview

This course is geared to the home gardener, just starting out, with questions regarding insect pest identification. This course will cover tools/resources for quick identification of the primary insect pests that affect the various crops or ornamental plants commonly grown here in Hawai‘i. Learn to identify beneficial insects and their roles in mitigating insect pest problems. Course will include lecture, demonstrations, and walk-about to learn about the common pests in the landscape. Time in class will include work with microscopes to observe and assist in identification as well as information regarding pesticide use, pesticide label interpretation, and pesticide safety.

AGR6159 / Mach Fukuda / $79

002 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM 30-Apr AG Building 1x 003 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM 3-Dec AG Building 1x

C Sustainable Ag Systems

Explore sustainable agriculture systems in Hawai‘i and the world. Compare various sustainable models and examine various sectors of production agriculture and related agribusinesses in Hawai‘i. Course includes field trips to farms, processors and wholesalers.

AG103 / Mach Fukuda / 2 credits

01 W 1:30 PM - 4:15 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Introduction to the Science of Sustainability

Identify sustainability concepts which have become evident from early human movement toward Industrialization in the 1500s to present. Examine diverse approaches in resource use including water, energy, waste, land use, economies, and oceans. Learn fundamental systems approaches to recognize interconnections and ramifications of practices and identify global sustainability issues through Hawaiʻi and island case studies.

SSM101 / Timothy Botkin / 3 credits

001 TuTh 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

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The University of Hawai‘i Community Colleges (UHCC) are offering free skills training in high demand industries.

Continuing Education Courses Credit Courses 7 CE C
• Healthcare • Technology • Clean Energy • Skilled Trades • Creative Industries Learn more at goodjobshawaii.org FREE Job Training

THE arts

C Introduction to Drawing

Explore two-dimensional visualization and rendering of forms, spaces, and ideas through a variety of approaches and media.

ART113 / Michael Takemoto / 3 credits

001 TuTh 10:30 AM - 1:15 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE Composition in Photography: Learning to See

If you are already familiar with the basics of your camera (film or digital) and feel comfortable shooting in the Manual setting, this hands-on photography workshop will help you to “see” more creatively. We will discuss composition concepts, including the Use of Color, Leading the Eye, creating Neutral Space, Rule of Thirds and the Golden Mean. Students also have time to head out onto the grounds of the college to practice skills, explore their camera settings, and experiment creating images.

ART6002 / Aubrey Hord / $149

005 WTh 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM 18-Oct - 19-Oct Lau 226 2x

CE Navigating Your Digital Camera

Youʻve got a DSLR camera, now what? This hands-on workshop with Aubrey Hord, CPP, covers the basics of how to navigate your cameraʻs settings and how to get started shooting with the manual setting to create the photographs you envision. Students will learn about ISO, shutter speed, and aperture to create the correct exposure-along with focus, metering white balance, lens choice, filters, and more.

ART6100 / Aubrey Hord / $149

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CE Using Your Digital Camera in the Field

This 2-day hands-on photography workshop takes the basic skills learned in level 1 to the next level! Photographic Craftsman and Certified Professional Photographer, Aubrey Hord, uses hands-on experience with students and their cameras on the grounds of the college to demonstrate ISO, aperture, shutter speed, exposure, white balance, focus, and other camera techniques. This course uses real-life shooting scenarios to help dial in skills, make correct exposures and ensure you are a more successful photographer!

ART6101 / Aubrey Hord / $179

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C Introduction to Digital Photograph

Learn the fundamental, technical, and aesthetic practices of digital photography and learn camera operation, computer editing techniques, basic lighting concepts, composition, and print production.

ART107D / Gwen Arkin / 3 credits

001 TuTh 3:00 PM - 4:45 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Introduction to Digital Video

Develops foundational skills in pre-production and production for both studio and field-based video projects. The course emphasizes technical aspects of digital cinematography and sound recording as well as fundamentals of field and TV studio production in terms of conceptual development, planning, writing, storyboarding, editing, and project management. In addition, students will be introduced to basic rules of visual composition, sequencing, and storytelling.

CM120 / Deanna Reece / 3 credits

001 W 3:00 PM - 5:40 PM 8/21 - 12/15

C Photoshop & Illustrator

Learn the basic tools and features of raster image editing, photo retouching, and color correction of images. Discover the fundamental drawing techniques of vector illustration graphics, including pen tool paths, objects, and type with specific attention to practical applications.

CM123 / Monika Jost / 3 credits

01 M 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

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CE Surface Design and Pattern in Textile

In this class, you will learn to create basic designs and patterns to start publishing textiles or artwork. Your instructor will take you through the process of using a simple iPad app and guide you to add drawings, color, texture, and transition elements for your own unique patterns.

Note: Designs will be conducted on your personal Apple iPad using the Apple Pen with the Procreate app.

ENR6061 / Maria Razzauti / $179

001 Tu 6:00 PM- 8:30PM 12-Sep - 3-Oct Fashion Tech 4x

C Clothing Construction I & II

Learn about sewing tools and equipment. Select and adjust basic commercial patterns and construct clothes from these patterns to figures.

FT113/115 / Lisa Marie Stills / 6 credits

001 WF 8:30 AM- 1:20 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE The Insider’s Guide to the Evolving Music Business

We will explore the emerging independent artist landscape within the music business. With world-wide digital disruption, new business opportunities in the music business are emerging rapidly. We will focus on how independent artists gain and retain an international following; when digital platforms like TikTok, benefit artists and producers in market strategies; the components of an independent label contract; and how to leverage a song release so a digitally self-contained entrepreneur can be effective.

ENR6699 / Ronald Moss / $199

004 Tu 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 4-Apr - 2-May Lau 211 5x

C Piano 1

Learn basic keyboard skills established during the first semester, including both reading and playing by ear. Repertoire expands to a variety of styles, including classical, pop, jazz, and rock.

MUS121 / Joel Katz / 2 credits

01 TuW Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

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Ukulele 1

Discover Hawaiian-style ukulele playing. Learn to play the ukulele through a selection of traditional and contemporary American and Hawaiian songs. An introduction to ukulele history in Hawai`i is included. No prior experience necessary.

MUS121Z / Joel Katz / 2 credits

001 TuW Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

Corporate TRAINING

Courses Offered for Your Team, Customized to Meet Your Needs

On-site or On Campus

Business, Computers and Technology

Microsoft Office, Leadership with Aloha, Principles of Management

Hospitality

Prep Cook Certification, Sanitation Certification, Customer Service Training

Sustainability

Sustainable Agriculture Systems, HVAC Certification, FEMA Certification

Culture

Intro to ASL, Insider’s Guide to Music Publishing, Basic Hawaiian Language Contact

Continuing Education Courses Credit Courses 9 CE C
Dean Louie
984-3689 | dlouie@hawaii.edu
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tech

CE Introduction to iPhone

iOS is the operating system built around the iPhone and iPad. In this class we will take a look at both devices from setup, settings, and basic use of the device. We will cover apps, internet and email setup, as well as other daily use of your smart device.

COM6043 / Rick Ortiz / $89

CE Photos: Mac and iOS

CE Exploring macOS

A hands-on course covering the latest OS X operating system on your Mac computer. Review the user interface, menu items, basic utilities, and a brief review of the Apple iApplications.

COM6008 / Rick Ortiz / $89

CE Introduction to macOS

This is an ideal course for those with basic computer skills who are new to the Mac and want to begin understanding the ins and outs of their Mac. You will also be introduced to the basics of the macOS operating system.

COM6038 / Rick Ortiz / $89

CE Introduction to iPad

Welcome to a NEW way of computing! This hands-on course shows you how to use the Apple iPad. The course covers all the functions of using a multi-touch screen. Also discover possible add-on accessories that can enhance the use of your iPad.

COM6040 / Rick Ortiz / $89

Apple newest App helps manage all your digital photos from iOS devices or a digital camera. Learn to import, edit, adjust, create and share pictures, and organize all your work in one place.

COM6044 / Rick Ortiz / $89

CE Computers for Beginners

Never used a computer before? Feel like computer terms are written in a foreign language? This course is for you. Become fluent in basic computer-speak, demystifying the jargon, and learning computing terms.

COM6001 / Ben Howard / $149

CE Word Processing for Beginners

Learn Word Processing fundamentals and learn your way around a keyboard as you execute basic operations: creating, editing, formatting, saving, retrieving, and printing!

COM6004 / Ben Howard / $149

CE Spreadsheets for Beginners

How can a spreadsheet help me? What sets a spreadsheet apart from a word processing or database management program? You will learn the answers to these questions while mastering the basic functions and applications of spreadsheet programs.

COM6005 / Ben Howard / $149

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CE Introduction to Windows

Learn how to comfortably move around in Windows and become familiar with Windows terminology. Learn to use the task bar, create shortcuts, manage the desktop, work with multiple windows and more. Learn how to find and manage documents, use online help, and clean house with the recycle bin.

COM6006 / Ben Howard / $179

C Photoshop & Illustrator

Learn the basic tools and features of raster image editing, photo retouching, and color correction of images. Discover the fundamental drawing techniques of vector illustration graphics, including pen tool paths, objects, and type with specific attention to practical applications.

CM123 / Monika Jost / 3 credits

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CE WordPress: Blogging Basics

CE Microsoft Word Essentials

Turn MS Word into your most powerful productivity ally! If you are new to Word, or if you get frustrated using Word, this is the course you need to easily become skilled with this software.

COM6015 / Ben Howard / $269

CE Microsoft Word Intermediate

Think you know all the tricks in MS Word? Think again. This course will advance even the most knowledgeable participant in MS Word.

COM6016 / Ben Howard / $289

CE Microsoft Excel Essentials

Go beyond the basics and learn how to write a formula, work with a built-in function, create a chart, and organize data in a list.

COM6017 / Ben Howard / $269

CE Microsoft Excel Intermediate

Tap into the power of Excel by using more functions that are built-in and explore the needed techniques to build multiple sheet workbooks and to link and consolidate data among them.

COM6018 / Ben Howard / $289

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Many Internet users and webmasters are using blogs like WordPress and BlogSpot to get the word out. This course goes over the basics of setting up a blog, as well as its general uses and functions. It covers themes, updates and adding pages and widgets to the navigation.

COM6022 / Ben Howard / $169 031

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EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING FUND (ETF)

ETF provides businesses with the opportunity to upgrade the skills of their workforce from entry-level to top management.

ETF provides 50% tuition assistance, up to $400 funding per class. Funding is available to eligible Hawai‘i employers.

For more info visit: labor.hawaii.gov/wdd/home/employers/etf/ or contact Workforce Development Division Maui 2064 Wells St, Ste 108, Wailuku, HI 96793.

You must apply at least two weeks prior to the first day of class

Ph: (808) 984-2091 • Fax: 984-2090

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business & law

CE Introducing Hawaiian Values in the Workplace

This course defines Hawaiian values, and explores how administration, managers, and staff can utilize and practice these lifelong values into the workplace today. Charen Kepler is the executive consultant of the Ka Ipu Kukui Fellowship Program.

HOSP3108 / Charen Kepler / $299

005 MW 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 10-Apr - 26-Apr Lau 107 6x

C Principles of Management

Explore the principles and concepts of management including managerial functions, motivation, leadership, and decision-making.

BUS120 / Gil Logan / 3 credits

001 M 10:30 - 11:45 AM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Social Media and Cloud Based Collaboration

Learn about social media and collaboration tools as they relate to business. Create, maintain, and update blogs, social media sites, and internal/external collaboration and communication tools.

BUSN158 / Laureen Kodani / 3 credits

001 Th 7:00 - 8:15 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Advertising and Promotion

Discover the principles of advertising and promotion, including sales promotion, publicity, public relations, and selling, and their relationship to the marketing system. Learn strategies of informing, persuading, and integrating information to create a positive image.

MKT160 / Gil Logan / 3 credits

001 TuW Online Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE Customer Service Training

Did you know that 75% of all people making decisions are based on the first 2 minutes of an interaction? Positive human communication is crucial in representing and branding your business. Knowledge and experience in customer service can make the difference between growing or diminishing your business. This class will benefit front line staff, and representatives.

HOSP6310 / Charen Kepler / $199

031 MW 6:00 - 8:00 PM 9/11 - 9/20 Laulima 103 032 MW 6:00 - 8:00 PM 11/6 - 11/15 Laulima 103

CE Real Estate Salesperson

Prelicense Course

Participants will gain the knowledge about real estate concepts required for becoming a successful salesperson. By taking this course you will gain the knowledge required to become a real estate salesperson by learning numerous real estate concepts. Topics include deeds, financing, licensing, ownership, assessments, foreclosure, zoning, landlord tenant code summary, contracts, estates and much more. Interested students are encouraged to register early as class size is limited to 30 students. Textbook fee is already included.

BUS6306 / Dionne Phillips / $829

C Intro to Political Science

Study political institutions, systems, behavior, and issues. Analyze American national government, including the presidency, interest groups, elections, and general theories of the American political system.

POLS110 / Ryan Daniels / 3 credits

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C Intro to Administration of Justice

Examine the history and philosophy of the administration of justice in United States with an overview of major sub-systems with the criminal justice system: law enforcement, courts, and corrections. Examine expectations and interrelationsips of offi cials, theories of crime, punishment, and rehabilitation. Survey career opportunities.

AJ101 / Ryan Daniels / 3 credits

001 MW 9:00 AM - 10:15

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Colors OF SUCCESS

From ABIT Grad to Mayor’s Small Business Award Winner

and homework was something I was actually looking forward to completing and sharing in the next class.”

The entire UHMC community was thrilled and very proud when 2015 ABIT grad Michelle Heller’s Da Kine Paints retail store was recognized as a 2022 Maui County Exceptional Small Business.

She says her UHMC experience was vital to becoming the first and only Benjamin Moore Paints dealer on Maui. “If I tried to approach Benjamin Moore about opening a store without knowledge gained through UHMC, I don’t think I would have had the confidence, let alone the ability to make it happen. If I hadn’t gone to college to sharpen my skills in operating a business, it would never have led to the path of opening our store.”

When Michelle enrolled, she knew that attending her local college rather than a larger university would be a different experience. And she was pleasantly surprised by the culture at UHMC. “I expected to sit in a large classroom with a professor lecturing for an hour, not getting to know any fellow classmates coupled with a lot of homework. What I found was that I was in classrooms with 10-25 students, the instructors were personable and encouraged engagement among students. I developed real friendships with

Each semester Michelle took advantage of program counselors to guide her on the right academic path and help with career goals both during her time at UHMC and after graduation, as well. She also credits her instructors with helping to make her college experience exceptional.

I felt as though I could talk about anything I was going through with them with confidentiality. The professionals that UH hires are people within our fairly small Maui community with real world experience in the fields they are teaching.”

Although Michelle did help her father in his paint contracting business, she didn’t have the formal business training necessary to becoming a business owner. “In the UHMC Applied Business and Information Technology Bachelor’s degree program, I learned the most efficient way to start, run, and operate a business.”

“For my capstone project, the instructors helped guide me towards the opportunity to open a paint retail store. During school I started the conversation with Benjamin Moore to open an independent store, and just six months after graduating, I opened Da Kine Paints retail paint store in Kahului.” And just seven years after that, she won a Mayor’s Small Business Award. Way to go, Michelle!

Continuing Education Courses Credit Courses 13 CE C
“Instructors became my personal mentors.”
Pictured: Michelle Heller is the award-winning owner of Da Kine Paints and a UHMC ABIT.

CE American Heart Association CPR, AED & First Aid for Adult, Child and Infant

Learn how to provide emergency action measures for life threatening scenarios through this national certification. This course fulfills OSHA requirements for CPR and First Aid. Information to apply for a card from the American Heart Association will be provided upon successful completion of the class. Cost of card and required book not included in course fee, and will require separate $35 per person payment to American Heart Association instructor.

HLTH6621 / Leo Domingo / $269

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Survey medical terminology including prefixes, suffixes, and word roots; pronunciation, spelling and definition of selected medical words dealing with all human body systems; commonly used abbreviations; and use of the medical dictionary.

HLTH125 / Elaine Slavinsky / 1 credit

001 TuW Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Community Health Worker Fundamentals

Learn about the roles Community Health Workers play in Hawai‘i and the broader public health system, including the attitudes, skills, and knowledge of the profession.

CHW100 / Timothy Schlather / 3 credits

001 Tu 5:00 PM - 7:45 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Nurse Assistant

Train as a nurse assistant to care for acute, semi-acute, or convalescent clients in the hospital, long-term care, or home setting under the supervision of a registered or practical nurse. Become eligible for the national certification exam.

NURS100T / Solange Patrick / 4 credits

001 Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C

General Pharmacology

Explore this introduction to pharmacology that discusses drugs with emphasis on sites and mechanism of action, toxicity, fate, and uses of major therapeutic agents.

PHRM203 / Steve Farmer / 3 credits

001 TuTh 10:30 AM - 11:45 AM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Food Science and Nutrition

Learn an overview of the principles of nutritional science. Includes descriptions and functions of nutrients, digestion and absorption, effects of deficiencies and toxicities, requirements throughout the life cycle, food sources, nutrient interactions, dietary assessment, cultural sensitivity, sports nutrition, eating disorders, global health issues, drug interactions, and nutrition as it pertains to dental health.

FSHN185 / Karen Robbins / 3 credits

001 TuW Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE Registered Behavior Technician

Become a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)! This 40-hour, 5-week, hybrid training prepares participants to meet all criteria to be eligible to become a nationallyrecognized RBT, a paraprofessional certified in behavior analysis. RBTs assist in delivering behavioranalytic services and practice under the direction and close supervision of an RBT supervisor and or RBT Requirements Coordinator. This course includes job shadowing experience during the last two weeks. Tuition free for those who qualify through Good Jobs Hawai‘i!

HLTH6010 / Tuition info at: go.hawaii.edu/3Ck

Tu 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM 4-Apr - 9 May

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CE Pasta Making

Using regional Italian doughs made with and without eggs, you will learn how to hand shape various pastas, filled and unfilled, and a few fantastic sauces as well. These professional techniques will have you making fresh pasta with confidence at home!

CULN6007 / Rosa Mariotti / $149

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CE ServSafe Food Handler Basic Certification

Earn the ServSafe Food Handler certification, the industry standard certification in food safety. The training covers topics including Basic Food Safety, Personal Hygiene, Cross-contamination and Allergens, Time and Temperature, Cleaning and Sanitation. Complete an in-class assessment exam to successfully earn the certification. Those who pass the exam with scores 75% or better receive a Food Handler Certificate valid for three years. Contract training available.

CULN6100 / Dean Louie / $199 037

CE Bartending 101

From customer service, bar setup to pack down, and everything in between, you will gain fundamental handson experience mixing classics, making tropicals, and exploring basic beverages. This is a class for the basics of crafting cocktails including the management and the legal responsibility of serving alcoholic beverages, preventing intoxication, ID verification, ingredients, tools, techniques, and equipment, basic formulas and theory, customer service, as well as best practices. Off campus location.

HOSP6613 / Shannon Doughtery / $398

007 TuW 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM 3-Oct - 25-Oct 8x

C Fundamentals of Baking

Learn the fundamental concepts, skills, and techniques of basic baking including the use of standardized recipes, baking equipment, and industry methods of preparation.

CULN150 / Jackie Naeʻole / 5 credits

001 MTuWTh 8:00 AM - 1:50 PM 8/21 - 12/15 PAINA

C Food & Beverage Operation

Introduces the basic principles of marketing, menu planning, service styles, nutrition, sanitation and safety, purchasing, and control systems as they apply to food and beverage management in an operational setting. Provides practical applications for effectively managing resources for food and beverage industry operations.

HOST154 / Liping Liu / 3 credits

001 Tu 9:00 AM - 10:15 AM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Career Customer Service

Learn an overview of the travel industry and relate major business components. Analyze links between hotel, food, transportation, recreation, and other tourism-related industries.

HOST100 / Liping Liu / 3 credits

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Mon - Thu 11AM - 1PM COME EAT! AT UH MAUI COLLEGE

Following a multi-million-dollar renovation, the new, state-of-the-art Maui Food Innovation Center (MFIC) is ready! “We are so excited about this facility,” says Karen Hanada, Director of Extended Learning and Workforce Development.

convection ovens, processed grain filling equipment, commercial mixers; a cold room with a walk-in fridge, walk-in freezer, ice cream batch freezer, and food wrapping equipment. A packaging room has a box sealer, bottle labeler, commercial vacuum packer, a sealer for grab and go food trays, a pot and dish washing area. “This facility is ideal for budding manufacturers. It provides an opportunity for them to demonstrate that they can scale their food businesses,” explains Hanada.

“Everything” is right! At ground level is the loading dock that opens into a space with a large sink for washing produce and a line of refrigerators. Upstairs is where the magic happens – a wet processing room with jacketed kettles, perfect for hot sauces and barbecue sauces, a bottling line with filler, industrial-sized range, wok and deep fryer; a dry processing room, with dehydrator, smoker, proofing and

That’s just what Katie Cook and Justin Orr did after they completed the course back in 2017. They own and operate HI SPICE. “Our business has grown exponentially in both direct-toconsumer on our website and wholesale accounts throughout Hawai‘i,” says Katie. “We have grown our staff from just the two of us to a total of six employees on the team!

“The best part for us has been the power of networking and partnering with other local businesses,” she adds. “We are very excited for

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“We have everything food entrepreneurs need to do their research and development and to prove their product concept.”

the MFIC at UH Maui College. The future is bright for the students who learn how to become food entrepreneurs and scale their production.”

Three classes designed to get aspiring food entrepreneurs ready to make use of the facility are all being offered this spring. Two excellent instructors “team-teach” all three classes.

Vince Domingo has been a UHMC lecturer teaching business and computer courses, he’s taught college courses at various Maui high schools, he’s run successful start-ups and is affiliated with the Maui Nui Food Alliance and the UHMC Business Club. Chef Douglas Paul is a graduate of the UHMC Culinary Arts Program and the Western Culinary Institute. He is an experienced pastry chef and has successfully worked for years in food industry management and food entrepreneurship.

For more information, please email uhmcmfic@hawaii.edu or call 808-984-3690 or visit maui.hawaii.edu/foodinnovation/

MFIC Food Product Concept to Consumer Incubator

Have a food product idea or recipe consumers would love? The Concept to Consumer Incubator Program is an in depth class that teaches food industry best practices for taking your recipe idea or concept and turning it into a viable value-added food product for the retail marketplace! This course will provide access to educational resources and professional consultants to help you learn what it takes to build a food business and brand. Learn product development for food manufacturing, ingredient sourcing, costing, branding their products and how to manage the intricacies of a small supply chain, building alliances to lower costs, and valuable best practices for growing a business. Convert a basic recipe into a manufacturing formula. Includes hands-on time in the MFIC Test Kitchen. A Certificate of Professional Development is awarded upon completion of course.

BUS6821 / Vince Domingo & Douglas Paul / $299

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CE MFIC Food Business Start Up

This class is designed to help you learn the basics of launching a successful food business and provide you a foundation for a systematic approach towards developing a profitable food business. The course is suited for food manufacturers, restaurateurs, food truck operators, and farmers/chefs interested in creating value-added food products and is offered in a hybrid format of online modules and face-to-face coaching by appointment.

BUS6822 / Vince Domingo & Douglas Paul / $99

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CE MFIC Applied Studies in Fundamental Food Manufacturing

A self-directed and self-paced kitchen lab experience for MFIC food manufacturing students. Students work in the fully certified MFIC R&D kitchen environment to increase understanding of manufacturing efficiencies, good manufacturing practices, standard operating procedures and adherence to best practices in kitchen safety and sanitation procedures. Access is by appointment scheduled through class instructor.

CULN6020 / Vince Domingo & Douglas Paul / $79

Curriculum development is supported in part by the US Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency Grant MB21OBD8020251.

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Food entrepreneurs, we’re ready for you!
Continuing Education Courses Credit Courses 17 CE C
Pictured: Instructor Douglas Paul and his students program the bottle labeler for a new product run.

C Introduction to Automotive Technology

Discover the principles for the operation of automotive systems. Learn the use of basic automotive tools, equipment, and procedures for the preventive maintenance and minor repair service through lectures, demonstrations, and lab work on shop training units and “live” service vehicles.

AMT100 / 2 credits

001 M 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicles

Explore the use of hybrid and electric power for vehicle transportation, the causes of different types of emissions from vehicles and power systems that run solely on fossil fuels, and why hybrid and electric vehicle technology is important to this change in transportation. Explains and examines safety when using high voltage, maintenance, drivability, inverter power transfer and battery technologies. Prepares students for work in the automotive field on hybrid and electric vehicles.

TRAD62000 L. Martinson / Tuition assistance available

M-Th 3:00PM- 7:30PM 15 May - 16 June

C Basic Carpentry Skills

Learn the proper use and maintenance of carpentry hand and power tools. Practice selecting and using construction materials and fastening systems.

CARP120 / 3 credits

M 4:00 PM - 9:00 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE ONLINE: Electrician Continued Competency

This course covers the changes in the National Electrical Code (NEC) and meets the continued competency requirement for licensed electricians to renew their licenses in the State of Hawai‘i.

TRAD8302 / Mike Yap / $219

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C Air Conditioning and Refrigeration

Study air conditioning systems of residential and commercial buildings. Explore the servicing of small appliances (Type I), and servicing or disposing of high or very high-pressure appliances (Type II), except motor vehicle ACs. Learn skills and concepts of planning, testing, troubleshooting, and balancing such systems.

MAIN165 / 2 credits

001 W 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE Public Works and their Role as First Responders, Emergency Response and Management

This program introduces the National Response Framework which focuses especially on departments who participate in delivering and supporting emergency response efforts and upgrades core capabilities. This course describes the history, features and principles, and organizational structure and explains the role Public Works and facilities management. Dr. Terpin offers an array of OSHA and FEMA certification courses- please inquire by contacting: dlouie@hawaii.edu.

TRAD6003 / Dennis Terpin / $199

002 Th 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Lau 107 1x

C Welding

Explore the theory and practices of arc and gas welding of ferrous metals dealing with building construction applications. Learn procedures for flat, horizontal, and overhead work for brazing, flame cutting, and welding of aluminum, stainless steel, and other metals.

WELD119 / Mark Morimoto / 3 credits

001 TuTh 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

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language & culture

C Elementary Japanese

Introduces speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills of beginning Japanese. Includes basic sentence structures. Daily practice highly recommended.

JPN101 / Ryan Locke / 3 credits

001 TuW Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Elementary Hawaiian

Learn speaking, reading, and writing in elementary Hawaiian.

HAW101 / 4 credits

001 TuW Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

CE Introduction to American Sign Language

American Sign Language is for those who interested in supporting the hard of hearing, and deaf communities. These skills can be applied to professional interpreting, education, tourism & hospitality, trades, retail sales, law enforcement and emergency services, healthcare, judicial system, public parks and recreation, visual arts, entertainment, athletic, and transportation industries. This interactive course will offer etiquette, best practices, social norms and communication skills in American Sign Language (ASL). We will focus on observing expressive and receptive skills through the use of hand signage. You will be introduced to members of the deaf and hard of hearing community to practice acquired language skills in social settings.

LANG6709 / Gary Hall Jr. / $199

CE Intermediate American Sign Language

In this intermediate course, you will learn to apply communication skills in American Sign Language (ASL) based on previous training. The course will focus on observing expressive and receptive skills through the use of hand signage. You will be introduced to members of the deaf and hard of hearing community to practice acquired language skills in social settings. All are welcome, but it is highly recommended to complete LANG6709 Introduction to ASL prior to this intermediate class.

LANG6707 / Gary Hall Jr. / $199

CE MLI - FALL 1 Regular Session

The MLI Regular Session builds and improves English skills in listening, speaking, reading, vocabulary, writing, and cultural studies. You will learn and practice grammatical structures through practice exercises and presentations. You will research and present on cultural topics, through rhetorical techniques that include describing, comparing and contrasting, exploring causes and effects, and argumentation. You will build writing skills from writing paragraphs to essays. Depending on the module, you will write descriptions, processes, compare/contrast, problem/solution, and/or cause and effect paragraphs and essays. You will build skills required to become independent readers and thinkers in the English language.

LANG6010 / $2,300

Continuing Education Courses Credit Courses 19 CE C
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004 MTuWThF 9:00 AM - 1:05 PM 21-Aug - 13-Oct 39x 005 MTuWThF 9:00 AM - 1:05 PM 16-Oct - 8-Dec 38x

If the accomplished young man on our cover looks familiar to you, it may be because you’re familiar with his beautiful music. Kamalei Kawa‘a and his group rose to prominence in 2019 and 2020 with Nā Hōkū Hanohano awards and a Grammy nomination. From the time he graduated from Baldwin High School in 2014 until those musical milestones, Kamalei had worked in the construction industry. He loved it. But after five years, “I realized it was taking away from my passion – hula and music.” That passion, by the way, is in Kamalei’s DNA. His mother is noted kumu hula and Hawaiian cultural practitioner Luana Kawa‘a. “I felt the Hawaiian cultural practices I grew up with were slowly slipping away,” he adds.

So, beginning in 2018, he dedicated himself to music full time while also teaching hula part time at Seabury Hall. Then came COVID. “The pandemic took music and my income away,” says Kamalei. “Lucky for me, Seabury brought me on full time to teach Hawaiian Ensemble hula and ‘ukulele as part of the school’s Hawaiian Studies program.”

College had never been on his radar. Until then. “When I got this full-time job, I wanted to elevate the knowledge I already had and to gain more knowledge,” Kamalei says. He knew he wanted to be an educator – to teach young people Hawaiian studies, culture, oli, music, hula. “I feel you should have a certificate or a degree if you want to teach. I wanted to take the classes that would make me a Hawaiian educator. I wanted to learn as much as I could.”

He wasted no time. Kamalei enrolled at UHMC in 2019. And in May, he will graduate with his Associate’s Degree in Hawaiian Studies. Besides his extremely supportive parents and wife, Kamalei credits a scholarship, our college’s resources, and flexible class schedules for his success. Mostly, though, it’s his determination and hard, tireless work.

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“I wanted to learn as much as I could.”
Pictured: Kamalei Kawa‘a plays‘ukulele between his Hawaiian Studies classes.

it’s never too late

LANGUAGE & CULTURE

C Hawaiian Ethnobotany

Identify endemic, indigenous, and Polynesian introduced flora of Hawai‘i. Examine the many uses of Hawai‘i’s flora by the indigenous people. Discover the relationship of gods/plants/man, and connects belief and practices with the intentional migration of specific plants.

HWST211 / 3 credits

001 TuW Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Cultural Anthropology

Study the concept of culture and basic tools for analyzing cultural behavior. Learn about patterning and integration, dynamics of culture, culture and the individual, cultural change, and anthropology and the future.

“I’m back performing again, loving teaching at Seabury, loving where I’m at,” he says. This is the happy ending of this chapter of Kamalei’s story. And it’s the story of a young man whose entire educational life was adversely affected by an elementary school teacher who told him he was “stupid” and destined to fail.

“I would just like to encourage our Native Hawaiians to learn about our culture and be proud of it,” says Kamalei. “It’s never too late to start. Don’t be ashamed you didn’t start at a young age. We need you folks to do it.”

Now take another look at that flourishing young man on the cover. If it’s your time, get the ball rolling by calling the Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) at 808-984-3286 and tell them you want to attend college. One of our EOC team members will get you started. The Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) is a federally-funded TRiO grant that offers free services to eligible students that are seeking post-secondary education and/or career exploration. It’s located in the Ho‘okipa building on our Kahului campus.

ANTH200 / Melissa Kirkendall / 3 credits

001 TuW Online Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C History of Hawaiian Music

Focus on the history and development of traditional and acculturated vocal and instrumental Hawaiian music. Learn about Hawaiian dance genres related to the music and Hawaiian music and dance as an organization of sound and movement and as a product of culture and people.

HWST176 / Keola Donaghy / 3 credits

001 TuW online Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

C Modern Issues in Hawaiʻi

Discover contemporary, domestic and international Hawaiian issues within historical, social, cultural and political contexts. Engage in research, question, critique, and develop your own critical analysis and commentary on diverse issues.

HWST291 / Kaleikoa Kaʻeo / 3 credits

001 TuW online Fall Semester 8/21 - 12/15

Continuing Education Courses Credit Courses 21 CE C
An abundance of accomplishments ...with more to come

CE Beginner’s Quiltmaking

Sew a cute baby quilt or throw! You will learn how to cut with a rotary cutter, sew accurate seams, piece blocks together and layer the quilt. This class is held at UH Maui College Hoʻokipa Fashion Tech Lab, and a list of required fabric materials will be sent to students prior to the first class session.

ENR6068 / Chris Faulkner / $129

005 S 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM 23-Sep - 30-Sep

CE Beginner Sewing Classes

Calling all aspiring fashion designers and creatives! This is your chance to step into the world of fashion by learning the basics of sewing. Classes for kids ages 8 and up will be offered throughout June for $99. Adult classes will be offered starting in August for $149. Participants will be asked to supply their own fabrics for two different sewing projects. No previous sewing experience is necessary. Classes will be held at UH Maui College campus in the Ho‘okipa Fashion Tech Lab.

ENR6069 / Charlene Quan Pfetzing / $99- $149

First classes start in June 2023

Check schedules online at maui.hawaii.edu/courses

CE Introduction to Industrial Sewing Machines

Step up your sewing skills and learn how to sew on industrial sewing machines! Participants will learn all about these workhorses of the sewing world - how to thread and safely operate a single needle straight lockstitch machine, in addition to operating a 3 or 5 spool overlocker for seam finishing. Please check schedules and times online at maui.hawaii.edu/courses

ENR6072 / Charlene Quan Pfetzing / $149

CE Kung Fu for Exercise and Self-Defense

Sifu Dan Takamura, offers Taichi classes for health and wellness and Kung Fu/Self defense for cardio and fitness at UHMC. Part of the Maui Chinese Martial Academy for about 25 years, he has done Lion Dances, Kung Fu and Tai Chi. We offer students four one-hour sessions per month. Classes will be held outdoors on our beautiful UHMC Quad. Please bring water and a towel if necessary. All students must complete a UHMC Liability Waiver Form before partaking in our fitness classes.

ENR6060 / Dan Takamura / $39 Monthly

003 TuW 4:30 - 5:30pm 5-Apr - 12-Apr

CE Tai Chi: Meditation and Martial Arts

Tai Chi is a powerful and natural way to address health conditions, stimulate inner healing, and live a happy, healthy life. We offer students four 90-min sessions per month. All are welcome.

ENR6064 / Dan Takamura / $39 Monthly

CE Cleanse and Rejuvenate with Malik Cotter: 4 weeks that will change your life!

A new course with new information balanced with ancient wisdom. There are many varied methods to achieve detoxification, rejuvenation and balance and that will be our exploration. We will bring a model cleanse and rejuvenation program into class and take it apart to see what makes it work. We will dive into the why and how of a cleanse and rejuvenation program, discuss immune system strategies, the 5 elements, the interdependence of the organs, the liver, blood and the pathways of elimination, and better understand the brain, the mind and our spiritual heart. Focus will be on herbs, foods, nutrition, exercise, relaxation, breath and attitude. Come and do a cleanse and rejuvenation program, or just come and gain insight into yourself and life.

ENR6616 / Dr. Malik Cotter / $199 006

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Academic Subject certif icates

Music Studies (23 Credits)

Gain a foundation in the creation, performance, and understanding of music in both its technical and cultural contexts.

Hawaiian Music (32 Credits)

Take classes in Hawaiian music, language, and culture as well as music theory and technology! Work directly with Hawaiian Music artists and other industry professionals as part of your learning experience.

Hawaiian Studies (27 Credits)

Study the culture and language of Hawai‘i to gain an awareness and understanding of the values, religion, history, philosophy, and customs of ancient and modern Hawai‘i.

Visual Arts (18 Credits)

Innovate, collaborate, and be creative! Choose from classes in drawing, painting, ceramics, design, digital photography, printmaking, and art history. Develop 21st century skills in critical thinking, creative problem solving, and communication. Graduates have launched careers as artists or continued their studies in Fine Arts baccalaureate programs within the UH System.

Fashion Tech (33 Credits)

Fashion is a language of self expression. Express yourself! The UH Maui College Fashion Technology Program can help you launch into this highly skilled and evolving industry. Through comprehensive, handson training in apparel production and fashion design, you’ll gain the technical skills for job entry including design, sewing, pattern drafting, and construction of basic and advanced apparel. Graduates have gone on to pursue their BA in fashion technology, work for local apparel companies, or start their own business.

Continuing Education Courses Credit Courses 23 CE C
Explore UH Maui College Academic Subject Certificates! Visit go.hawaii.edu/xz2 or call 808-984-3700 for more info.
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