Whatever your goals, you’ll find the right fit at Chaminade.
With small class sizes, a personalized learning environment and experiential opportunities, Chaminade University is the perfect place for you to continue your education. We welcome over 150 transfer students every year. From transfer credit questions to financial aid opportunities, our network of individualized support services will make your transition as smooth as possible so that you can continue your studies without skipping a beat and enjoy all that Chaminade University has to offer.
General Community College Degree Completion Pathways
A.S. in Natural Sciences to B.S. in Biology, Cellular Molecular Track
A.S. in Natural Sciences to B.S. in Biology, Integrative and Organismal Track
A.S. in Natural Sciences to B.S. in Biochemistry
A.S. in Natural Sciences to B.S. in Environmental Studies
A.S. in Natural Sciences to B.S. in Forensic Sciences
A.S. in Accounting to B.S. in Accounting
A.S. in Management to B.S. in Business Administration
A.A. in Liberal Arts to B.A. in English
A.A. in Liberal Arts to B.A. in Historical and Political Studies
A.A. in Liberal Arts to B.A. in Humanities
“Chaminade doesn’t see education as just courses and requirements, but as an opportunity to inspire students to change the world.”
Find the path that’s right for you.
At Chaminade, you’ll find a host of world-class academic programs that will spark your imagination, interest and curiosity. Start discovering the options that align with your interests and goals.
This could be your backyard
Oahu is known as “The Gathering Place” — and there’s little wonder why.
It’s the most populated of the major Hawaiian islands, and home to the state’s capital city. Hundreds of thousands of visitors from across the U.S. mainland and Asia flock to Oahu annually for its incredible surf and balmy climate, and for its culturally and historically significant sites.
Chaminade is nestled on a hilly, 65-acre campus in Kaimuki, one of Honolulu’s most vibrant (and oldest) communities, and is a stone’s throw from Diamond Head and Waikiki Beach.