Kaua'i CC Degree Programs & Certificates

Classes for Spring Semester 2021

Classes for Spring Semester 2021 at the 10 campuses of the University of Hawai’i will be delivered in a variety of formats, including entirely online, face-to-face, and hybrid formats. As health conditions continue to evolve, further modifications to class format and the schedule may occur. We encourage you to regularly check your UH email, the schedule of classes, as well as your class schedule in STAR The Spring semester begins on January 11 and ends May 14.


Kaua`i Community College offers lower-division, transfer-level courses for students who plan to transfer to a 4-year college or university, occupational courses for students seeking competency or improvement in employable skills, and general education courses for all students to provide them with an awareness of the ideas and ideals of our society.

Suggested guided pathways are provided for students; however, students are encouraged to meet with their respective counselor or check STAR for more information

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A

ACCOUNTING

  • Accounting (AAS)
  • Accounting (CA)
  • Accounting Assistant (CA)
  • Payroll Preparer (CA)
  • Small Business Accounting (CA)
  • Tax Preparer (CA)
  • Basic Accounting (CO)

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY

  • Automotive Technology (AAS)
  • Automotive Green Technology (CA)
  • Driveability Technician (CA)
  • Electronic/Computer Control Technician (CA)
  • Heavy Line Technician (CA)
  • Master Automobile Service Technology (CA)
  • Non-Structural Analysis and Damage Repair (CA)
  • Drive Train Specialist (CO)
  • Engine Specialist (CO)
  • HEV Diagnostic and Repair (CO)
  • HEV Preventive Maintenance and Repair (CO)
  • Undercar Specialist (CO)


B

BUSINESS

  • Business (AS)
  • Entrepreneurship (CA)
  • Management (CA)
  • Entrepreneurship (CO)
  • Management  Essentials (CO)
  • Retail Essentials (CO)


C

CARPENTRY TECHNOLOGY

  • Carpentry Technology (AAS)
  • Carpentry Technology (CA)

CREATIVE MEDIA

  • Creative Media (AS)
  • Animation (CO)
  • Digital Photography (CO)
  • Digital Video (CO)
  • Event Technology (CO)
  • Graphic Art (CO)
  • Music Production (CO)
  • Website Technology (CO)

CULINARY ARTS

  • Culinary Arts (AAS)
  • Advance Culinary Arts (CA)
  • Culinary Arts (CA)
  • Culinary Arts (CO)
  • Culinary Arts - Food Prep (CO)


E

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

  • Early Childhood Education (AS)
  • Early Childhood Education (CA)
  • Early Childhood Education (CO)

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY

  • Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology (AAS)
  • Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology (CA)
  • Electrical Installation and Maintenance Technology (CO)
  • Solar Energy Technology (CO)

ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY

  • Electronics Technology (AS)
  • Electronics Technology(CA)
  • Network Administrator and Security (CA)
  • Electronics Technology (CO)
  • Cisco I  (CO)
  • Cisco II (CO)
  • Computer Support (CO)
  • Network Security (CO)
  • Programming (CO)


F

FACILITIES ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

  • Facilities Engineering Technology (CO)
  • Facilities Engineering Technology Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing (CO)


H

HAWAIIAN STUDIES

HOSPITALITY AND TOURISM

  • Hospitality and Tourism (AAS)
  • Hospitality and Tourism (CA)
  • Hospitality and Tourism (CO)
  • Hospitality Essentials (CO)
  • Hospitality Management (CO)


L

LIBERAL ARTS


M

MEDICAL ASSISTING

  • Medical Assisting (CA)

N

NATURAL SCIENCE

NURSING AIDE

  • Nurse Aide (CO)

NURSING

  • Register Nurse (AS)
  • Practical Nursing (CA)

P

PUBLIC HEALTH

  • Public Health(CO)

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An Associate in Arts degree is a 2-year baccalaureate direct transfer liberal arts degree, consisting of at least 60 semester credits at the 100 and 200 levels.

It is intended for students who plan to transfer to a 4-year institution or for students desiring two years of general education beyond high school. Only courses numbered 100 or above may count toward the degree, and all area requirements must be satisfied. The courses are likely to be transferable to any university. A transferrable course, however, may not be applicable to a particular program or major at the other institution. Therefore, it is highly recommended that the student consults with a counselor at the start of the liberal arts program.

The issuance of an AA degree requires that the student must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better for all courses applicable toward the degree.

An Associate in Science degree is a 2-year technical-occupational-professional degree, consisting of at least 60 semester credits, which provides students with skills and competencies for gainful employment, in addition to preparing students for gainful employment, AS degrees prepare students for transfer into specific bachelor’s degree program.

Required courses are numbered 100 or above. The issuance of an AS degree requires that the student must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better for all courses applicable toward the degree.

An Associate in Applied Science degree is a 2-year technical-occupational-professional degree, consisting of at least 60 semester credits, which provides students with skills and competencies for gainful employment.

This degree is not intended nor designed for transfer directly into a baccalaureate program. AAS programs may, however, include some baccalaureate-level course offerings. The issuance of an AAS degree requires that the student must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better for all courses applicable toward the degree.

The Certificate of Achievement is a college credential for students who have successfully completed designated medium-length-technical-occupational-professional education credit course sequences to provide them with entry-level skills or job upgrading.

These course sequences shall be at least 24 credit hours, but may not exceed 51 credit hours (unless external employment requirements exceed this number). The issuance of a CA requires that the student must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better for all courses required in the certificate.

The Certificate of Competence is a college credential for students who have successfully completed designated short-term credit or non-credit courses which provide them with job upgrading or entry-level skills.

These course sequences shall be at least 4 credit hours, but may not exceed 23 credit hours. The issuance of a CO requires that the student’s work has been evaluated and determined to be satisfactory. In credit course sequences, the student must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better for all courses required in the certificate.

The Academic Subject Certificate is a college credential for students who have successfully completed a specific sequence of credit courses from the AA curriculum.

The sequence must fit within the structure of the AA degree, may not extend the credits required for the AA degree, and shall be at least 12 credit hours. The issuance of the ASC requires that the student must earn a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better for all courses required in the certificate.