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Download a Distance Education degrees and Certificates here: university_center_degree_listing.pdf

DEGREE LISTING

UH Center facilitates 57 degrees and certificates available to Maui County residents.

GRADUATES

Each year, an average of 87 students graduate from UH Center facilitated programs.

PARTNER SCHOOLS

UH Center currently partners with 6 different schools from five University of Hawaiʻi campuses (Manoa, Hilo, West Oʻahu, Maui College, and Leeward CC) and one from Oregon State University eCampus.

Download a cost comparison here:  UH Cost Comparison .pdf

MEET OUR SCHOOLS

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT MĀNOA

Admissions Contact Information:
manoa.hawaii.edu/admissions
808-956-8975
1-800-823-9771

UH Mānoa Outreach College:
outreach.hawaii.edu
Kēhau Newhouse, Maui Program Coordinator
808-984-3597

28 degrees and certificates
Online and Hybrid programs

Outreach College offers year-round UH Mānoa credit courses and degree programs to working adults throughout the State. Diverse options make UH courses more accessible than ever through Outreach Programs on Hawai‘i, Maui, Kaua‘i, Moloka‘i, and Lana‘i.

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI AT HILO

Admissions Contact Information:
hilo.hawaii.edu/admissions
808-932-7446
1-800-879-4456

6 degrees and certificates
Online and Hybrid programs

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI WEST OʻAHU

Admissions Contact Information:
uhwo.hawaii.edu/admissions
808-689-2900
1-866-299-8656

16 online degrees and certificates

​Students entering into UH West Oʻahu programs typically have already obtained an associate degree.

UNIVERSITY OF HAWAIʻI MAUI COLLEGE

Admissions Contact Information:
maui.hawaii.edu/admissions
808-984-3267
1-800-479-6692

1 online associate degree
20 in-person associate degrees
3 in-person bachelor degrees

LEEWARD COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Admissions Contact Information:
www.leeward.hawaii.edu/enroll
808-984-3267
1-800-479-6692

5 degrees and certificates
Online and hybrid programs

OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY ECAMPUS

DEGREE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

UH Center partners with Oregon State University (OSU) through its Degree Partnership Program (DPP).

Through the DPP, qualified students submit a single application for admission to both OSU and UH Maui College. Students may attend classes (including online courses) at both schools, combine credits for financial aid eligibility, and have the option of using campus facilities and services at both schools. DPP expands the course offerings available to students, and gives them access to OSU advising so that they can plan the most direct and cost effective route to graduation.

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