Starting your four year degree at Leeward is a smart choice. You'll save money, have smaller classes, and with careful planning, the transfer will be smooth.
We offer the College Transfer Workshop series throughout the year, so you can meet with reps from colleges you may be interested in. The most important thing to do is meet with a counselor to be sure you're taking the right courses for your intended transfer!
|Transferring to a UH four year|
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|Cost Effectiveness||Starting your four-year degree at Leeward is the smart choice. Discover how much you'll save in tuition and fees compared to other colleges.|
|College Transfer Workshops
||Free series of workshops on campus with representatives from 4-year universities and specific 2-year programs|
|Choosing a Major
||Info on how to make the most of your first two years of study|
Transfer Information for Business Students
Leeward’s Accounting and Business Technology programs have transfer agreements with both UH West Oahu and Hawaii Pacific University. The Academic Subject Certificate in Business is highly recommended for transfer to UH Manoa’s College of Business Administration. Details on Business Transfer programs. Contact Joy Lane at 455-0344 more detailed information.
Transfer Information for Computer Science Students
Leeward CC is currently the only Oahu community college campus with an Associate in Science Degree in Computer Science. Students wishing to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in computer science may begin by earning an Associate in Arts degree with an Academic Subject Certificate in ICS for ease in transferring to a four-year institution. A counselor or ICS Faculty Advisor can help you to select appropriate courses.
Transfer Information for Education Students
Leeward’s Associate of Arts in Teaching program has transfer agreements with UH Manoa, UH West Oahu and Chaminade University. Contact enkt [at] hawaii [dot] edu (Erin Thompson) at 455-0392 more detailed information.
Transfer Information for Engineering Students
Leeward offers most of the courses required to complete the freshman and sophomore years of the UHM baccalaureate physics and engineering curricula. In particular, the courses offered at Leeward are designed to allow a student to transfer with junior standing to the Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering, and Physics departments at UHM. In addition, Leeward students have recently transferred, without loss of credits, to the Electrical Engineering Dept at the UC Berkeley, and the Mechanical Engineering Department at Washington State. For details and more information, contact rflegal [at] hawaii [dot] edu (Ron Flegal), (808) 455-0254. Details on Engineering at Leeward.