Today students at BYU-Hawaii chart their own academic voyages.
All students must complete their major in one area and a minor/certificate in each of the other two areas.
The humility inherent among such learners is worthy of our greatest efforts.
A BYU–Hawaii education exists because of prophetic visions in harmony with scriptural injunctions to study and learn and become acquainted with all good books, with languages, tongues, and people, with things both in heaven and in the earth, and with countries and kingdoms (D&C 90: 15, D&C 88: 79).
BYU–Hawaii has a singular commitment to education as a process of creating cross-disciplinary connections.
We hold that exemplary learning occurs among those who are aware of what they are learning and how much more there is to know.