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GENERAL INFORMATION

Message From the President 2
The University of Hawai'i 5
calendar 6-7
undergraduate education 8-
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UHM General Education Core and Graduation Requirements 23-
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graduate education 28-
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student Life 46-
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tuition, fees, and financial aid 59-
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degrees and certificates 70-
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ACADEMIC UNITS

architecture 72-
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arts & sciences, AMST-IT 77-
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Arts & Sciences, JOUR-ZOOL 122-
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business administration 176-
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education
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engineering 208-
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hawaiian, asian, and pacific studies 217-
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health sciences and social welfare 226
interdisciplinary programs 227-
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law 234-
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medicine 237-
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nursing 256-
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ocean and earth science and technology 267-
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outreach college 285-
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public health 289-
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rotc programs 293-
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social work
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travel industry management 298-
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tropical agriculture and human resources 304-
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instructional support, research, and Service Units  478-
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COURSES

overview 325
a - E 326-
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f - N 379-
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o - Z 427-
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PERSONNEL

administration 484-
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Endowed Chairs and Distinguished Professorships 486
faculty 486-
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emeriti faculty 511-
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Instructional Support, Research, and Service Units Staff 518-
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REFERENCE

appendix 528-
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glossary 533-
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Courses: Military Science
Military Science (MSCI)

ROTC Programs 

A weekly one-hour leadership laboratory is required for courses numbered 200 and above. This laboratory is optional for the 100-level courses. The laboratory includes practical application of leadership skills, drills and ceremonies, basic soldiering skills, and Army Physical Fitness Training (APFT).

MSCI 101 Military Physical Training (1) Conditioning exercises and activities to develop and maintain a physical fitness level; requires presenting physical training instruction and meeting, or exceeding, army physical fitness test (APFT) requirements.

MSCI 105 Introduction to Military Science I (2) Provides an initial glimpse of the military and the role that it plays in society. Develops the student's comprehension of the American defense system as it evolved as the result of changes in the American society. Typical subjects include ethics, leadership, effective goal setting, managing time and effort, and the tradition of a citizens' army.

MSCI 105L Introduction to Military Science I Lab (1) Practical application in adventure training, one-rope bridges, rifle marksmanship, land navigation, drill and ceremonies, physical training. Pre: 105 (or concurrent).

MSCI 106 Introduction to Military Science II (2) Continuation of 105. Provides instruction in military-related subjects of general student interest, i.e., confidence-building field trips, supervising an individual exercise program, development of individual soldiering skills, and leadership and professional ethics for the military. Introduction to armed forces evolvements, overview of the Department of Defense, application of force in international relations.

MSCI 106L Introduction to Military Science II Lab (1) Practical application in adventure training, one-rope bridges, rifle marksmanship, land navigation, drill and ceremonies, physical training. Pre: 106 (or concurrent).

MSCI 205 Intermediate Military Science I (3) Basic concepts of military leadership. Familiarization with the concept of leadership, the five types of leadership power, the decision-making process, and the styles of leadership. Involves military skills and related adventure-type training and basic individual survival skills. Leadership laboratory required 1.5 hours per week, consisting of practical application of leadership skills, drill and ceremonies, land navigation, first aid, and army physical fitness training.

MSCI 206 Intermediate Military Science II (3) Individual and small-unit military skills. Practical applications include combat first aid; basic wilderness survival skills; land navigation; and a knowledge of key military jobs, duties, and responsibilities. Involves field training to provide hands-on experience. Leadership laboratory required 1.5 hours per week, consisting of practical application of leadership skills, drill and ceremonies, land navigation, first aid, and army physical fitness training.

MSCI 207 ROTC Basic Camp (6) Six-week summer course conducted at Ft. Knox, Kentucky. Substitutes for ROTC basic course (105, 106, 205, and 206) and fulfills course requirement for admission to ROTC advanced courses. Credit will be given for 207 or basic courses, but not both. Pre: consent.

MSCI 305 Leading Small Organizations I (4) (2.5 Lec, 1.5-hr Lab) Series of practical opportunities to lead small groups and receive personal assessments and encouragement. Uses small unit defensive tactics and opportunities to plan/conduct training. Includes field training sessions, student taught classes, and presentations/briefings. Co-requisite: 101. Pre: 105, 106, 205, and 206; or consent.

MSCI 306 Leading Small Organizations II (4) (2.5 Lec, 1.5-hr Lab) Analyze tasks and prepare written or oral guidance for team members to accomplish tasks. Delegate tasks and supervise. Examine and apply lessons from leadership case studies. Examine importance of ethical decision-making. Includes field training sessions, student taught classes and presentations/briefings. Co-requisite: 101. Pre: 105, 106, 205, 206, and 305; or 305 and consent.

MSCI 307 ROTC Advanced Camp (6) Six-week summer field training exercise conducted at Fort Lewis, Washington. Arduous and intensified leadership training is conducted throughout the six-week period. Required for U.S. Army commissioning. Pre: 305, 306, and consent.

MSCI 399 Directed Reading and Research (V) Limited to military science students who have had at least one previous military science course for which a grade of B or higher was earned and a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better. Pre: consent.

MSCI 405 Leadership Challenges and Goal Setting (4) (2.5 Lec, 1.5-hr Lab) Plan, conduct and evaluate activities of the ROTC cadet organization. Assess organizational cohesion and develop strategies to improve it. Develop confidence in skills to lead people and manage resources. Includes field training sessions, student taught classes and presentations/briefings. Co-requisite: 101. Pre: 105, 106, 205, 206, 305, and 306; or 305, 306, and consent.

MSCI 406 Transition to Lieutenant (4) (2.5 Lec, 1.5-hr Lab) Continues the methodology from 405. Identify and resolve ethical dilemmas. Refine counseling and motivating techniques. Examine aspects of tradition and law as related to leading as an officer in the Army. Prepare for a future as a successful Army officer. Includes field training sessions, student taught classes and presentations/briefings. Co-requisite: 101. Pre: 105, 106, 205, 206, 305, 306, and 405; or 305, 306, 405, and consent.

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