GEOG 101, 101L, 122 are now GEO 101, 101L, 122.
ZOOL 141, 141L, 142, 142L are now PHYL 141, 141L, 142, 142L.
Appropriate course substitutions for the AA degree may be made with the prior written approval of both the appropriate Division Chair and the Dean of Arts and Sciences.
Arts, Humanities, & Literature 6 cr.
Students must take 6 credits from two separate sub-categories (DA, DH, DL). Each course must be taken from a different discipline.
Diversification Arts (DA)
DA (Primarily Theory)
DA (Primarily Practice)
Diversification Literatures (DL)
Diversification Humanities (DH)
Diversification Social Sciences (DS) 6 cr.
6 total credits required from two different disciplines.
(PSY 202 and WS 202 are cross-listed. Students cannot earn credit for both courses toward a degree.)AMST 211 : Contemporary American Domestic Issues AMST 212 : Contemporary American Global Issues ANTH 150 : Human Adaptations ANTH 200 : Cultural Anthropology ECON 120 : Introduction to Economics ECON 130 : Principles of Microeconomics ECON 131 : Principles of Macroeconomics GEO 122 : Geography of Hawaiʻi HDFS 230 : Human Development HSER 100 : Self Exploration HSER 140 : Individual Counseling HSER 160 : Ecology of the Family System HSER 245 : Group Counseling HWST 105 : Mea Kanu Hawai‘i: Hawaiian Ethnobotany PACS 108 : Pacific Worlds: an Introduction to Pacific Islands Studies POLS 110 : Introduction to Political Science POLS 180 : Introduction to Politics in Hawai‘i PSY 100 : Survey of Psychology PSY 202 : Psychology of Gender PSY 212 : Survey of Research Methods PSY 240 : Developmental Psychology PSY 260 : Psychology of Personality SOC 100 : Survey of General Sociology SOC 151 : Introduction to Sociology of Food SOC 214 : Introduction to Race & Ethnic Relations SOC 218 : Introduction to Social Problems SOC 231 : Introduction to Juvenile Delinquency SOC 250 : Community Forces in Hawai‘i SOC 250H : Community Forces in Hawai‘i: Honors Course SOC 251 : Introduction to Sociology of the Family WS 151 : Introduction to Women’s Studies WS 200 : Culture, Gender and Appearance WS 202 : Psychology of Gender WS 290V : Topics in Women's Studies
Natural Sciences 7 cr.
Two courses and a lab required for a total of 7 credits. The 2 courses must include a biological science (DB for 3 cr.) and a physical science (DP for 3 cr.). One of the 2 courses must include a lab (DY for 1 cr.).