University of Hawaii - Manoa (HI)



The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa (UHM) is the flagship of the 10 UH campuses. Mānoa offers hundreds of undergraduate, graduate and professional degrees; strong research programs; and nationally ranked NCAA Division I athletics.


The campus in the Mānoa Valley is in the Honolulu neighborhood just minutes from Waikīkī and other Oʻahu attractions.


UHM has a beautiful campus, some amazing architecture. It has an international vibe with people from all over the world studying there. It offers close to 80 degrees, great education, excellent clubs and organizations.


Popular majors for undergraduate students

Liberal Arts and Sciences, Accounting, Nursing, Finance, Sociology, Tourism and Travel Services Management, Biology, Marketing, Japanese Language and Literature, International Business, Kinesiology and Exercise Science, Computer Science, Animation, Interactive Technology, Video Graphics and Special Effects.

The Basics
Setting City urban
School Type Public 4-Year State University
Housing Dorm and off campus housing (special offer for Litz Student)
Popular Subjects Accounting, Hotel Management, Creative Media, Botany, Nursing
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General Information
Location Honolulu
Year Founded 1907
Level Offered Bachelor, Master & PhD
Enrollment ~20,000
International not many

UH Manoa - classroom


School of Travel Industry Management (TIM)

TIM offers two areas of emphasis within the BS program.

Hospitality Management

Students will study the relationship of the various constituencies (customer, owner, staff) in the management and operation of hospitality businesses, including lodging and food service establishments, as well as event management enterprises.

Tourism/Transportation Management

This emphasis focuses on strategic issues related to the tourism and transportation industries.


Academy for Creative Media (ACMS)

ACM offers a core curriculum and electives in three tracks: Digital Cinema, Computer Animation, and Critical Studies. To insure that students in the Bachelor of Arts program satisfy ACM learning objectives in Critical Thinking, Writing, History & Aesthetics, Technical Skills of Digital Story Telling, Creativity, and Responsibility.


Anatomy, Biochemistry and Physiology

The Department supports the interdisciplinary nature of modern biomedical research. The Biochemistry involves the study of the chemistry and physics of living systems and is fundamental to the understanding of many of the disciplines of medical, biological, and agricultural sciences.



The Shidler College of Business School of Accountancy (SOA) offers a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) degree with a major in Accounting. Most of the first two years is spent in meeting general education requirements for the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. During the last two years, roughly one year is devoted to a broad business education; and another year is devoted to coursework in Accounting.