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Writing Intensive Courses at Hawai`i Community College

In most cases, WI designation requires both instructor and course approval.  This approval is shown as WI in the Class Availability online each semester.  For example, not all sections of Geography 102 are Writing Intensive; only a section marked WI is approved and only for the particular semester and teacher indicated in the Class Availability online each semester.

 

List of all approved Writing Intensive Courses for 2017-18 Academic Year (includes active courses pending instructor-level approval/renewal)

Course Alpha, Number, and NameInstructorApproval/Renewal
AJ/HSER/WS 256: Domestic Violence and Child AbuseWillow Aureala10/2012
ART 101: Introduction to the Visual ArtsViolet Murakami3/2010; 10/2017
ENG103: Critical Reading, Thinking, Problem SolvingRobyn Kalauli2/2012
ENG 105: Reading FilmKristine Kotecki10/2016
ENG 204: Creative WritingN/Acourse approval
ENG 215: Research Writing - Hum/SSCIN/Acourse approval
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelRobyn Kalauli10/2013
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelKristine Kotecki10/2016
ENG 255: Types of Literature: Short Story and NovelKate Sims2/1099; 9/2008; 10/2017
ENG 256: Types of Literature: Poetry and DramaKate Sims9/2000; 2/2006
ENG 257A: Themes in Literature: Literature of HawaiiRobyn Kalauli10/2013
ENG 257A: Themes in Literature: Literature of HawaiiBetsy Morrigan

10/1999; 10/2014

ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureSharon Dansereau2/2015
ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureRobyn Kalauli2/2011
ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureKristine Kotecki2/2017
ENG 257E: Themes in Literature: Multi-Cultural LiteratureCaroline Naguwa2/2012
FAMR 230: Human DevelopmentElizabeth Shaver2/2016
GEOG 102: World Regional GeographyNan Elmer9/1999; 2/2006; 5/2013
HD 234: Human Development: AgingLucy Jones10/2012
HIST 152: World Civilization IISamuel Giordanengo10/2010
HIST 274: Writing Personal HistoryRichard Stevens10/2012
HWST 107: Hawai`i: Center of the UniverseSarah Wakana10/2017
PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy: Morals and SocietyElizabeth Shaver10/2012
PHIL 101: Introduction to Philosophy: Morals and SocietyBenjamin Zenk10/2017
PHIL 120: Science, Tech, and ValuesJessica Gonzalez2/2014
PHIL 120: Science, Tech, and ValuesBenjamin Zenk10/2017
PSY 100: Survey of PsychologyGwynne Pacheco9/2001
PSY 214: Research MethodologyGwynne Pacheco9/2002
PSY 275/HUM 275/AJ 275: Psychology and the Expressive ArtsTrina Nahm-Mijo10/2001; 10/2010; 10/2013
PSY 275: Psychology and the Expressive ArtsLucy Jones10/2001; 10/2010
SCI 124L: Introduction to Environmental Science LABPamela Scheffler10/2013
SCI 124L: Introduction to Environmental Science LABIlana Stout9/2016
SOC 251: Introduction to SociologyGwynne Pacheco9/2001
SOC 265: Community DevelopmentNoelie Rodriguez11/2015
SOC 289: Sociology of KnowledgeNoelie Rodriguez9/1997; 9/2016
WS 151: Women's StudiesLucy Jones2/2012
WS 151: Women's StudiesTrina Nahm-Mijo2/1997; 10/2014
WS 175: History of Gender, Sex, and Sexuality in a Global Perspective, to 1500 CELucy Jones10/2015
WS 176: History of Gender, Sex, and Sexuality in a Global Perspective, 1500 to PresentLucy Jones10/2016

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