Counseling Office Team Directory (808) 984-3598 Academic Counselors (808) 984-3327 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Accounting (ACC) Applied Business & Information Technology (ABIT) Business Careers I-III (BUSC) Business Technology (BTEC) Hospitality & Tourism (HOST) (808) 984-3560 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Dental (DENT) Nursing (NURS) Pharmacy Technician (PHARM) Pre-Radiologic Technology (Kapi’olani Community College) Pre-Emergency Medical Technician (Kapi’olani Community College High School Liaison: Seabury High School (808) 984-3226 Office: Ka Lama 216 Primary Function: Agriculture and Natural Resources (AG) Auto Body Repair and Painting (ABRP) Fashion Technology (FT) Construction Technology (SUSC) Degree-in-Three (D-3) Running Start & Early Admit High School Liaison: King Kekaulike High School (808) 984-3579 Office: Ka Lama 118 Primary Function: Hawaiian Studies High School & Education Center Liaison: Hana High & Elementary School Hana Education Center (808) 984-3495 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Liberal Arts (LBRT) Human Services Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. (808) 984-3272 Primary Function: Administration of Justice (AJ) Automotive Technology (AMT) Electronic and Computer Engineering Technology (ECET) Culinary Arts (CULN) Disability Services: Note Takers High School & Education Center Liaison: Maui Preparatory Academy (808) 984-3325 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Hawaiian Studies (HWST) Liberal Arts (LBRT) Human Services (HSER) Early Childhood Education (ECED) High School & Education Center Liaison: Kamehameha School – Maui Campus St. Anthony High School Lahaina Education Center (808) 984-3247 Office: Ho'okipa Counseling Dept. Primary Function: Hawaiian Studies (HWST) Liberal Arts (LBRT) Human Services (HSER) Early Childhood Education (ECED) Education Center Liaison: Institute of Hawaiian Music (808) 553-4490 ext. 3 Fax: (808) 553-4495 Lana‘i Education Center 329 7th Street P.O. Box 630648 Lana’i City, HI 96763 Phone: (808) 565-7266 Fax: (808) 565-7269 Molokai Center: P.O.
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The purpose of this page is to provide you with the guidelines, procedures and additional resources you will need when preparing travel for all UH and RCUH employees. These guidelines and procedures apply to all State and extramural sources of funds. RESOURCES UHCC Administrative Procedures -Travel APM 8.851. RCUH Travel Policies and Procedures section 2.601 RCUH Employee Travel eTtravel FAQ Storyboard PCard Travel Guidelines UH Procurement- Kuali FInancial Systems State of Hawaii Per Diem Rates Out of State Per Diem Rates 2016 Standard Mileage Rates for Business Most commonly used UH Travel Forms DISB-4D Receipt Summary Worksheet DISB-33 Mileage Voucher DISB-04 Manual Travel Form Most commonly used RCUH Travel Forms FAQs Boarding passes are NOT required, HOWEVER, they can be used to substantiate the travel. If wanting to use PCard for Out-of-State Business Travel, contact Business Office for approval. (Provide agenda and desired flight itinerary). Select the most economical and direct route Travel involving Personal Time PCard CAN NOT be used-another form of payment required. If airfare is less than $2499, then one additional Business Only comparison required. If airfare is more than $2499, then 3 more additional Business Only comparisons required. Comparisons need to be done on same day as booking actual itinerary. Refer to Federal Allowable Rate (FAR) If staying at the conference hotel (and it exceeds FAR) no comparisons required. Note: Hotels recommended by conference may/may not be considered the conference hotel. Consult with the Business Office. If staying at a hotel that is NOT the conference hotel and the base rate (excluding taxes/fees) exceeds FAR, two other comparisons are required, based on location to conference site and STAR rating of selected lodging. Lodging receipts are required
The Culinary Arts career-ladder program is based on three levels of competencies offered in two specialty areas: Culinary Arts and Baking. The competency-based instruction focuses on skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed for success in the hospitality industry. Lab requirements include basic hand tools, knives, safety shoes, books, appropriate uniforms, proof of negative TB test, and compliance with culinary personal hygiene code requirements. Both the Culinary Arts and Baking Associate in Applied Science specialty degrees are fully accredited by the ACFEFAC (American Culinary Federation Education Foundation Accrediting Commission). Minimum placement test levels of English 22 and Mathematics 50H are required for all incoming Culinary Arts students. It is strongly recommended that prospective students meet with Culinary Arts advisors before entry into Culinary Arts courses. For information regarding appropriate purchase of program approved standard uniforms, shoes, and knife sets, contact the culinary arts counselor. Culinary majors are assessed $180 per term (prorated for part-time). Those with prior-term GPA of 3.0 or higher may apply for a scholarship by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org for information. Contact the program curriculum coordinator, Teresa Shurilla, at 984-3683 or by email at email@example.com for more information. Upon successful completion of the CULN Program, the student should be able to: Apply principles and concepts of quality food purchasing, food and baking preparation, service, and proper use of tools and equipment to produce and serve a variety of professional food items. Apply the basic principles of culinary service, organization, sanitation and safety in a foodservice operation to maintain the optimum health of the consumer. Demonstrate skills in various areas of the culinary hierarchy: human relations, leadership and personnel management, ethical decision making. Discuss the standards of restaurant regulations involving liquor protocol and
Prospective students interested in community health can take advantage of two new short-term certificate programs launching this fall at the University of Hawaiʻi Maui College. The certificates can be earned in one or two semesters, with class schedules designed for participants already balancing work and family obligations. The new Community Health Worker/Health Navigator 1 Certificate of Competence requires 15 credits, and will allow participants to finish in less than a year. New distance learning options will be also be available for Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Hāna, and Lāhainā. Community health workers (CHWs) in Maui County hold job titles that include outreach specialist, wellness navigator, program assistant, and health aide. They serve as bridges between the community and healthcare and social services providers, helping to ensure services are accessible and culturally appropriate. CHWs often provide care coordination and supportive counseling. “This work is about trust and compassion,” said Haunani Kamakana, a navigator at Molokaʻi General Hospital. They also focus on prevention, leading outreach and education efforts and supporting individuals, families, and communities in making healthy changes. Dr. Joe Humphry, Medical Director of the Lānaʻi Community Health Center, notes that “CHWs connect people to the resources they need to stay healthy, detect problems early on and improve management of chronic conditions. They are essential members of our health care team.” The CHW certificate was developed with input from local healthcare, public health, and social service employers, as well as national and state efforts like Hawaiʻi’s Healthcare Innovation Plan, and workforce studies conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Project partners include Lānaʻi Community Health Center and Na Puʻuwai. Leadership and key staff from Lānaʻi Community Health Center, Na Puʻuwai, Hui No Ke Ola Pono, Mālama I
Liberal Arts (LBRT) Program Description / Goals The liberal arts are those subjects that in classical antiquity were considered essential for a citizen to know in order to take an active part in civic life. The aim of these studies was to produce a virtuous, knowledgeable, and articulate person. The scope was extended to include arithmetic, geometry, music, and astronomy in the Middle Ages, and eventually became the educational foundation for schooling in Europe. Today liberal arts education refers to the disciplines of literature, languages, philosophy, history, mathematics, psychology, and science. Coursework in these areas satisfy the General Education requirements for career and technical programs at UH Maui College. Liberal arts also refers to studies on a degree program. UH Maui College offers several curricula based upon liberal arts courses. These include Associate in Arts degrees in Liberal Arts and in Hawaiian Studies and the Associate in Science degree in Natural Science with two concentrations. In addition to the College-wide Academic Student Learning Outcomes, graduates who qualify for the A.A. degree in Liberal Arts perform the following skills in multiple fields of study at a level that shows readiness for upper division college coursework: Demonstrate an understanding of theories, practices, histories, and key issues of a field of study using essential terminology and concepts of the discipline. Use theories, concepts, and practices of a field of study to analyze evidence, artifacts, and/or texts and produce interpretations, hypotheses, evaluations, or conclusions. Apply theories and/or methods of a field of study to perform practical, scholarly, and/or creative tasks that respond to social, cultural, environmental, or economic issues. The Associate in Arts degree program in Liberal Arts prepares students for transfer to a baccalaureate
UHMC Sex Discrimination and Gender-Based Violence Information and Procedures Each member of the campus community is responsible for preventing sexual misconduct and ensuring that the work and academic environments are harassment-free. Download the Title IX brochure. The University of Hawai’i Maui College (UHMC) strives to provide an environment that emphasizes the dignity and worth of every member of its community and that is free from harassment and discrimination. Such an environment is necessary to a healthy learning, working, and living atmosphere because discrimination and harassment undermine human dignity and the positive connection among all members in our UHMC community. UHMC is committed to a policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of race, sex, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, color, national origin, ancestry, disability, domestic violence, marital status, arrest and court record, and veteran status. (See the University of Hawai'i Statement of Nondiscrimination and Affirmative Action Policy.) Policies and procedures addressing allegations of sex or gender-based discrimination and/or retaliation will be consistent with state and federal law. Examples of prohibited behavior includes, but is not limited to: Sex discrimination; Sexual harassment; Gender-based harassment, including harassment based on actual or perceived sex, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression; Sexual exploitation; Sexual assault; Domestic violence; Dating violence; and Stalking As of September 2015, the grievance policy and procedure that UHMC will use to address any allegations of sex discrimination and gender-based violence involving students, employees and/or visitors or third parties at UHMC will be the UH System's EP 1.204: Interim Policy and Procedure on Sex Discrimination and Gender Based Violence ("Interim Policy").* *Note: The University of Hawaii’s Interim Executive Policy EP 1.204 is a provisional policy to meet the University’s compliance obligations while it consults
Accounting The Accounting program at UH Maui College is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the accounting profession within government and private business. Students who select the Accounting program should have the interest and aptitude for computational work. Students are prepared to work as an Account Clerk or Accounting Assistant with completion of the Certificate of Achievement (30 credits), and as a Bookkeeper with completion of the Associate in Applied Science degree (60 credits). With additional education, graduates of this program may become an Accountant or Auditor. Students planning to transfer to the UH Maui College ABIT program, the UH Mānoa Shidler College of Business, or to business programs at UH Hilo, UH West Oahu, or another college should see a counselor about the requirements for entrance to these schools. These colleges have specific entrance requirements and not all Accounting program courses fulfill these requirements or are transferable. Accounting majors are required to earn a letter grade of C, CE, or better for Accounting courses. Contact the program coordinator, Jan Moore, at 984-3468, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Requirements for Certificate of Achievement (CA): 30 credits Accounting 124(3), 125(3), 132(3), 134(3)** Business/Communication 130(3) Business Technology 150, or Any two: English 100, 209(3,3) Information & Computer Science 101 or 115(3) General Education elective(3) (See page 19.) Business elective(3)*** Requirements for Associate in Applied Science (AAS) Degree: 60 credits All CA courses(30) plus: Accounting 150(3), 255(3), 202(3), 295(3) Social Science elective(3) Business electives(6)*** Natural Science elective(3) Humanities elective(3) Mathematics 103, 115, or higher(3)**** Full-time students would take courses in this sequence: First Semester (Fall) Credits Second Semester (Spring) Credits *ACC 124 Principles of Accounting I** 3 *ACC 125
Fashion Technology (FT) Love fashion, clothes, and being creative? Express yourself! The Fashion Technology Program at UH Maui College can help you get your start in this growing and exciting industry. Through comprehensive, hands-on 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. DEGREES THAT CAN BE EARNED Certificate of Completion (CC) Certificate of Achievement (CA) Associate in Applied Science (AAS) *Program length depends on student placement and credit load. The Fashion Technology program provides comprehensive training in apparel production and fashion design required by entrepreneurs and businesses in the fashion industry. The program develops technical skills required for job entry, retraining for the garment industry, and upgrading of sewing and pattern making skills for those already employed in the field. Laboratory activities promote the development of skills in designing, pattern drafting, and construction of basic and advanced apparel. The use of industry equipment and sewing techniques are demonstrated in group instruction. When special techniques and problems are encountered, students are given specialized instruction. Contact the program coordinator, Cheryl Maeda, at 984-3292 or by email at email@example.com for more information. Upon successful completion of the FT Program, the student should be able to: Demonstrate satisfactory proficiency in fundamentals of constructing a garment including terminology, tools and supplies; pattern identification; taking and calculating measurements; pattern alteration, layout and cutting; sewing construction and garment fitting. Demonstrate satisfactory understanding of design concepts and proficiency in conveying design ideas onto paper including identifying and sketching design details
Automotive Technology (AMT) Gear up for an exciting career in automotive technology! With the Automotive Technology program at UH Maui College, you’ll get hands- on experience and learn how to diagnose, service and repair internal combustion and hybrid vehicle engines, brake systems, power train and electrical systems. You can earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in 2 years*, or achieve a certificate degree and job training for specialty areas in even less time. DEGREES THAT CAN BE EARNED Certificate of Competence (CO) Certificate of Achievement (CA) Associate in Applied Science (AAS) *Program length depends on student placement and credit load. The purpose of the Automotive Technology program is to train students for employment in automotive service and repair. The laboratory phase of courses uses modern tools and equipment while performing actual “live” service and repairs on automobiles. The classroom phase includes discussion of principles on the operation of automotive systems and components, demonstration of repair techniques, textbook assignments, and quizzes. Basic mechanic hand tools, supplies, books, and working clothes are required for enrollment. A tool list is available from the instructor. The Automotive Technology program prerequisite requires placement at English 22 or higher, or consent of instructor, for all Automotive Technology courses except AMT 16, AMT 20, and AMT 80. Students must maintain a valid driver’s license throughout the duration of the Automotive course of study. Call the program coordinator, Kyle Takushi, at 984-3277, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Upon successful completion of the AMT Program, the student should be able to: Diagnose, service, and repair the modern internal combustion engine. Diagnose, service, and repair the brake system. Diagnose, service, and repair the automatic transmission and transaxle. Diagnose, service,