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Focus Articulation

Contemporary Ethical Issues &Oral Communication

Contemporary Ethical Issues (E) and Oral Communication (O) credits from a UH campus do not transfer to UH Mānoa effective Spring 2005. Instead, all students have a prorated schedule of requirements (see below).

UH courses that transfer with GenEd credit
HawCC
HonCC
KapCC
KauCC
LeeCC
MauCC
WinCC
UH Hilo
UH West O'ahu

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UHM GenEd Articulation page

External transfer students* have a prorated schedule of requirements. Students may not transfer Focus credits from a non-UH campus to UHM.

Resources

IMPORTANT: The November 2002 brochure is no longer accurate. Use the June 2003 brochure.

System-transfer students* have a prorated schedule of requirements. Effective Spring 2005, courses do not transfer to UH Mānoa as satisfying the Contemporary Ethical Issues and Oral Communication Focus requirements.

Prior to Spring 2005, some UH courses did transfer as E and O Focus courses. Check with a UHM college adviser for information. You may also look on the UH campus course lists.

All transfer students should consult a UHM college advisor to verify graduation requirements because requirements vary by year of entry. 

Current requirements for system-transfer students (students who entered the UH system in Spring 2005 or later and then transfer to UHM):
Number of accepted UH credit hours Focus Requirement
W* H E O
0-54 5 1 1 1
55-88 5 1 1 E or 1 O
89+ 5 1 0 0
* at least 2 of the W courses must be numbered at the 300- or 400-level

Resources

It is very important that students consult a UHM college advisor to ensure that they receive the correct information about their Focus graduation requirements.

Visit the VCAA web site to read UHM and UH memos on articulation policy & procedures: http://www.hawaii.edu/ovcaa/academics/articulation_memos.htm

 


* External Transfer Students enter UHM from a non-UH campus. For example, from a university located on the mainland. System Transfer Students enter UHM from a UH campus. For example, from Kapi'olani Community College.

 

updated April 25, 2007; report errors to gened@hawaii.edu