Spring 2023: Undergraduate Visiting Student Course List

Spring 2023: Undergraduate Visiting Student Course List

Undergraduate visiting students have to choose courses from the pre-approved course lists below. The Spring 2023 course registration form (URL link) will be sent to you in October or soon after you are admitted whichever comes first. If you have any questions, please contact visiting@hpu.edu.

Important Notes

  • All international students are required by U.S. immigration regulations to be enrolled full-time. Undergraduate (Bachelor) level students have to enroll in a minimum of 12 credits.
  • It is the student's responsibility to make sure the specific requirement(s) of your home university and/or government funding are met. Each university and funding agency has a different requirement and credit number conversion. 
  • Undergraduate students cannot enroll in graduate courses and vice versa. Students are not able to register for a mix of classes on the graduate and undergraduate levels. Undergraduate level courses are 1000-4999. Graduate level courses are 5000-6999.
  • **NORWEGIAN STUDENTS** Lånekassen will typically not approve online or 1000 level courses. You must be enrolled for 15 credits.
  • *Prerequisite(s):
    Courses marked with a W require English Writing and Research background. Students should be prepared with background knowledge in writing at the university level. It will be assumed that students can critically analyse and interpret academic texts and do some basic research. The class will be writing intensive and may require at least one research paper.
    Courses marked with M require Math. Students should be prepared with a basic knowledge of college level pre-algebra and pre-calculus skills.
  • **Campus name: DTC (Downtown Campus), HIL (Hawai'i Loa Campus), WMC (Waimanalo/Makapu’u campusYou should plan at least 30-60 minutes between the classes at DTC and HIL.
  • ***Monday (M), Tuesday (T), Wednesday (W), Thursday (R), Friday (F) If it shows "TR" it means the course will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
  • A Lab course should be taken with the matched lecture course. For example, "Biochemistry I" + "Biochemistry I Lab."
  • Courses numbered from 1000 to 1999 are generally freshman-level courses that, except for two-course sequences, often have no college-level prerequisites. Courses numbered from 2000 to 2999 are generally sophomore courses, many of which have college-level prerequisites. Freshman and sophomore courses are, together, designated as “lower-division.” Courses numbered from 3000 to 4999 are “upper-division” requiring substantial preparation and most often one or more prerequisite classes.

Open courses are an option for all visiting students on a space-available basis. They have no pre-requisite requirements or have entry-level writing and math requirements (see above). Gap year students and students with no educational plan can select from this group.

[Will be updated in September 2022] 

 

College

Department

Course

Title

Course Credits1

Pre-req?

CRN

Campus

Instructional Method

Start Date1

End Date1

Begin Time

End Time

Meeting Days

College of Business

TBD

TBD

TBD

3

W

1234

DTC

F2F

1/9/23

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

College of Health and Society

TBD

TBD

TBD

3

2345

DTC

F2F

1/9/23

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

College of Liberal Arts

TBD

TBD

TBD

3

W & M

3456

DTC

F2F

1/9/23

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

College of Natural/Comp Sci

TBD

TBD

TBD

3

5678

DTC

F2F

1/9/23

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

College of Prof Studies

TBD

TBD

TBD

3

M

6789

DTC

F2F

1/9/23

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

Advanced courses require some experience in the subject area. When registering for these courses, visiting students need to submit an educational plan with home university approval or college-level transcript(s) in English that demonstrates they have the experience to succeed. 

[Will be updated September 2022]  

Before submitting the course registration, please check the course availability of your chosen courses. 

  1. Open the Course Search page
  2. Select the term: Fall 2022
  3. Enter the course number and CRN number in the Keyword section (for example: MIS 3000, 2152)
  4. Select the course title
  5. Under the Enrollment/Waitlist section, you can see how many seats are currently available for the course
  6. Visiting students cannot be on the waitlist. If your course is already full, please select another course