- NR 120A Environmental Conservation
- ECON/AREC 240 Issues in Environmental Economics
- PHIL 345 500 Environmental Ethics
- POLS 437 International Security
- E 339 Literature of the Earth
- E 333 500 Critical Studies of Popular Texts
- NR 150 Oceanography (Section 1)
Step back into history as you relive the fateful morning of December 7, 1941 while touring the Arizona Memorial, USS Missouri, & Pearl Harbor Visitors’ Center. While at the Visitors Center, tour the two new Exhibit Halls at your leisure, where you will see rare footage of the attack on Pearl Harbor as well as interactive displays and memorabilia of this historic day. Next is your guided tour of the 60,000-ton battleship USS Missouri. (Tickets for the Arizona Memorial tour ARE included and have been purchased for you in advance.)
The Battleship Missouri is the last battleship built by the U.S. Navy. It was on the decks of this celebrated warship that the Japanese surrender ceremony took place, signaling the end of their involvement in World War II. Don’t miss the Surrender Deck on “Mighty Mo,” where General MacArthur accepted the unconditional Japanese surrender that ended WWII. Now located on Pearl Harbor’s historic Battleship Row, the Missouri is a living museum that will engage you in the history and excitement of life aboard a battleship.
End your day with a 2 hour stop in Waikiki for some free time to browse the many shops, restaurants, or simply relax.
No meal is included; there is food for purchase at Pearl Harbor
• Handbags, backpacks, camera bags or other items that offer concealment are not allowed at the Arizona Memorial.
• A Government issued photo ID is required.
• Swimsuits and flip-flop style shoes are not allowed at Pearl Harbor.