Catalog

Name Subject(s) ACCN Description Credits Course
Provider
Prereqs Grad
Req.
Avail.
Island(s)
Avail.
Program(s)
Economics Social Studies,
Electives
401TRAN This course synthesizes the economic concepts of choice and opportunity costs, markets, interdependence, and government roles. It engages students in gathering and interpreting data to analyze economic changes and impacts on groups and individuals. It empowers students to make and evaluate personal economic decisions. 1.00 HTA N Big Island
Kauai
Maui
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Modern History of Hawaii Social Studies CHR1100 This course examines the political, economic and social development of modern Hawai`i and how the decisions of the past account for, and impact, present circumstances. This course examines contemporary Hawai`i, engages students in in-depth historical inquiry focusing on the historic, geographic, socio-political, and economic structures in the context of the complex interactions and interrelationships that have shaped and continue to influence major decisions facing Hawai`i. Students will engage in place-based and project-based learning experiences to engage in sustained inquiry and problem-solving practices. 1.00 HTA U.S. History and World History Y Big Island
Kauai
Maui
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
NuVuX: Participation in Democracy Social Studies CGU1100 Students explore the standards of Participation in Democracy through an integrated humanities and design-centered curriculum. More specifically, students will focus on civics and how to build a better world using NuVuX's design-centered philosophy. Students who take this course must be concurrently enrolled in NuVuX Design Technology. These Oahu courses are in-person.

Restricted to the following grade(s): 10, 11, 12
1.00 HTA World History & US History, Modern History of Hawaii (MHH) preferred but not required Y Waipahu Blended Learning Program
Participation in Democracy Social Studies CGU1100 This course provides opportunities for students to actively engage in civic discourse and participation. It engages students in the examination of government, political activity, contemporary issues, decision-making and the democratic process. This course focuses on the principles, values and ideals of American constitutional government, global interactions and interconnections, and issues and roles of American citizens. Students are expected to take an active role as citizens and use the tools and methods of social scientists in their inquiry. 1.00 HTA World History & US History, Modern History of Hawaii preferred, but not required Y Big Island
Kauai
Maui
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Psychology Social Studies,
Electives
CSD2200 This semester-long course addresses the mental and emotional processes that guide human behavior at all stages of life. In this course, students are introduced to psychological phenomena, facts, theories, and treatments associated within the field of psychology. The course provides students the opportunity to understand their own psychology, the psychology of others, and to develop their interest in the field of psychology as a viable career path. The course content includes the history of psychology; research methods; biopsychology; consciousness; cognition; human development; personality; mental disorders; treatments; and socio-cultural influences that factor into the psychology of individuals. 1.00 HTA N Big Island
Kauai
Maui
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
Sociology Social Studies,
Electives
CSD2300 The world is becoming more complex. How do your beliefs, values and behavior affect the people around you and the world in which we live? Students will examine social problems in our increasingly connected world, and learn how human relationships can strongly influence and impact their lives. Exciting online video journeys to an array of areas in the sociological world are an important component of this relevant and engaging course. 1.00 HTA N Big Island
Kauai
Maui
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
US History and Government Social Studies CHU1100 This course is a study of the historical development of the United States focusing on the people and events that shaped the growth of the nation from the period of industrialization (the late-1800s) to globalization and the twenty-first century. The lessons address key concepts, important historical figures, and significant events to help students gain an understanding of the social, political, economic, cultural, and technological changes from the period of Industrialization through the United States' emergence as a global superpower. 1.00 HTA Y Big Island
Kauai
Maui
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
World Crisis Social Studies,
Electives
CGW2400 The issues that develop from the dynamics of global interactions affect all humanity. Although these issues range from conflicts to extreme weather changes to pandemics, each crisis presents a separate challenge in how to prevent its onset, minimize its threat, and manage its effects. This course serves as an introduction to the study of contemporary world crises and concepts and theories that will help us understand them. We will analyze the historical, political, economic, social, environmental, and geographical components that shape the critical issues the world faces and evaluate their effects and solutions to them. 1.00 HTA US History N Big Island
Kauai
Maui
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program
World History Social Studies CHW1100 This course focuses on the origins of global interaction in the mid-1400s to modern globalization in the 21st century. Students examine the concepts of politics, economics, culture, and geography in the context of a global perspective and a multicultural point of view. Students will explore the responsibilities of taking action as a global citizen on current issues facing the world today. 1.00 HTA Y Big Island
Kauai
Maui
Waipahu
Blended & Distance Learning Program