The UH-Manoa Department of Physics & Astronomy offers a variety of astronomy courses for UH-Manoa undergraduates, ranging from 100-level non-technical introductory courses to advanced 400-level courses suitable for students with a strong physics background. Astronomy 110, or one of the other 100-level courses, is an ideal way of fulfilling part of the science core requirement. There are also laboratory courses at both elementary and advanced levels.
As of 21 August, 2014, the UH Board of Regents has approved a BA major in Astronomy and a BS major in Astrophysics. Further details will be posted shortly.
Students who are looking specifically for an undergraduate degree in astronomy may also consider the program at University of Hawaii at Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii
All the community colleges in the University of Hawaii system offer introductory astronomy courses.
University of Hawaii also offers a summer Research Experiences for Undergraduates Program (REU) program for students at other US universities
UH-Manoa and Hilo undergraduates are eligible to apply for a NASA Space Grant Undergraduate Fellowship