University of Hawaiʻi Kapiʻolani Community College is the state's largest comprehensive community college with technical, occupational and professional programs in business education, food service and hospitality education, and nursing. It offers the state's most successful university transfer program as well as a well-respected STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program. Nationally, University of Hawaiʻi Kapiʻolani Community College has been recognized for its programs in health sciences and education for emergency medical services. Locally, KCC is well known for its culinary program. Other students attend University of Hawaiʻi Kapiʻolani Community College as a starting point before moving on to the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa and other four-year universities to complete a bachelor's degree. Of all the community colleges in the University of Hawaiʻi System, KCC has the largest liberal arts student body with over 6,000 students enrolled annually. Some of the most popular majors for students transferring from KCC to universities are Business, Nursing, Art, Psychology, English, Biology and Pre-Med. The campus has one of the nation's largest international student bodies and attracts students from over 100 nations including very large numbers of students from Japan, Korea, China and Hong Kong because of its programs of study, links to the University of Hawaii - Mānoa, and proximity to Waikīkī. It is also a leading community college campus in Hawaii for business education programs such as information technology, accounting and marketing.
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