Students may pursue the MLISc and a second master’s concurrently, with the cooperation of the following UH programs: American Studies, Asian Studies, Learning Design and Technology, Hawaiian Language, Hawaiian Studies, History, Information and Computer Sciences, Law, and Pacific Island Studies. Entry requirements for both programs must be met. Credits from prerequisite courses are not to be counted toward any program. Students choose the degree they prefer as their primary degree, and work closely with an advisor to take only the courses appropriate for their program. Degree requirements of both programs (e.g., theses, exams) must be fulfilled.
- American Studies
- Asian Studies
- Learning Design and Technology (formerly Educational Technology)
- Hawaiian Language
- Hawaiian Studies
- Information & Computer Sciences
- Pacific Islands
Students interested in pursuing dual master’s degrees are encouraged to contact one of the sponsoring departments directly for additional information concerning the requirements and/or restrictions of the specific dual degree option.