Best Bachelor's Programs in Hawaii

A bachelor’s degree may provide you with an opportunity to continue your education. Using these rankings can help you decide where to pursue your bachelor’s degree, whether on campus or online.

Your career can benefit greatly from earning a bachelor’s degree in Hawaii. With an undergraduate degree, you may increase your employment opportunities and income potential. With a median salary of $47,700, Hawaii has 548,410 employed people. The lowest-earning workers make $28,520, and the highest-earning workers earn $101,340 a year.

You can use the rankings below to determine whether a program is the right fit for you, reviewing information including the average time to complete a degree and its average cost per credit. Check out the rankings below to find out if you’re ready to start your education.

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    #1

    Pacific Rim Christian University

    Honolulu, HI

    Graduation Rate

    25%

    Enrollment

    147

    Format

    In person

    In-State Tuition

    $11400

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $11400

    Pacific Rim Christian University enrolls students at its Honolulu, Hawaii campus as a private institution. Experts in diverse disciplines teach at the institution. Students who complete an academic or technical program enter the workforce or pursue a bachelor's degree. Data on the school's average cost per credit is unavailable. Students at the accredited institution qualify for federal student aid programs, including the Pell Grant. The institution reports that 75% of students receive aid, and 53% receive loans. The institution reports a 25% graduation rate. Prospective learners can expect admission rates of 60%. Applicants can reach out to the admission department to learn more about enrolling. Pacific Rim Christian University holds accreditation from the Association for Bibical Higher Educaiton, an independent accrediting body.

    #2

    University of Hawaii at Manoa

    Honolulu, HI

    Graduation Rate

    62%

    Enrollment

    18,025

    Format

    Online, In person

    In-State Tuition

    $11304

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $33336

    A public institution, University of Hawaii at Manoa educates students on its campus in Honolulu, Hawaii. The college offers academic and technical programs to help learners reach their educational goals. Undergraduates complete lower-division and upper-division coursework to earn a bachelor's degree. Bachelor's programs also incorporate general education coursework. In upper-division classes, undergraduates learn advanced concepts in their major. The school supports learners with tutoring and career services. Data on the school's average cost per credit is unavailable. At the accredited institution, learners qualify for federal student aid programs, such as the Pell Grant. The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior Colleges and University Commission.

    #3

    Remington College-Honolulu Campus

    Honolulu, HI

    Graduation Rate

    61%

    Enrollment

    22

    Format

    In person

    In-State Tuition

    $16614

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $16614

    Remington College-Honolulu Campus, located in Honolulu, Hawaii, often ranks as one of the best schools. Degree-seekers take courses with experts in diverse disciplines. Academic and technical programs help students reach their professional goals. Academic programs generally take anywhere from a few months to several years to complete depending on degree or certificate type. Some programs may no longer require standardized tests for admission. A test score waiver makes it easier to apply. The admissions staff can provide more information on the process. Degree-seekers also use financial aid to cover their educational costs. The school's accreditation status is unknown at this time.

    #4

    Brigham Young University-Hawaii

    Laie, HI

    Graduation Rate

    67%

    Enrollment

    3,180

    Format

    In person

    In-State Tuition

    $5890

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $5890

    Located in Laie, Hawaii, Brigham Young University-Hawaii grants degrees as a private institution. With both academic and technical programs, the college helps learners reach their career goals. The institution offers coursework that gives students the chance to build industry-specific knowledge. Depending on the program, applicants may need to submit test scores. A waiver makes it easier to enroll. Enrollees receive support in the form of tutoring and career services. The school's cost per credit is unknown. At the accredited school, learners qualify for federal student aid programs. The school holds accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior Colleges and University Commission, an independent accrediting body.

    #5

    University of Hawaii at Hilo

    Hilo, HI

    Graduation Rate

    38%

    Enrollment

    3,165

    Format

    Online, In person

    In-State Tuition

    $7344

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $20304

    Located in Hilo, Hawaii, University of Hawaii at Hilo grants college degrees as a public institution. With both academic and technical programs, the school helps students reach their educational goals. The institution's bachelor's programs incorporate lower-division and upper-division requirements. Bachelor's programs also incorporate general education requirements. In upper-division classes, students learn advanced concepts in their major. The school supports learners with tutoring and career services. The amount students pay per credit on average is unknown. At the accredited school, learners qualify for federal student aid programs, such as the Pell Grant. University of Hawaii at Hilo holds accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior Colleges and University Commission, an independent accrediting body.

    #6

    Chaminade University of Honolulu

    Honolulu, HI

    Graduation Rate

    59%

    Enrollment

    2,208

    Format

    Online, In person

    In-State Tuition

    $26800

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $26800

    Located in Honolulu, Hawaii, Chaminade University of Honolulu grants college degrees as a private institution. With both academic and technical programs, the college helps students reach their professional goals. Bachelor's programs incorporate lower-division and upper-division coursework. Students also take general education coursework during their bachelor's degree. In upper-division classes, undergraduates learn advanced concepts in their major. The school supports students with tutoring and career services. The cost per credit is unknown. At the accredited school, learners qualify for federal student aid programs, such as the Pell Grant. The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior Colleges and University Commission, an independent accrediting body.

    #7

    University of Phoenix-Hawaii

    Kapolei, HI

    Graduation Rate

    19%

    Enrollment

    117

    Format

    In person

    In-State Tuition

    $9552

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $9552

    Located in Hawaii, University of Phoenix-Hawaii offers 19 programs for students. The institution's many rigorous academic programs rank among the best in the nation. The school reports a 8-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio. According to the institution, 100% of students receive some form of financial aid. Degree-seekers graduate from the school at a rate of 19%. The institution understands that hands-on experience helps job seekers enter the workforce. The institution's admission rate is currently unknown. Some programs provide a test-optional admission option. Prospective students can contact the admissions office for more information about applying.

    #8

    University of Hawaii-West Oahu

    Kapolei, HI

    Graduation Rate

    39%

    Enrollment

    3,168

    Format

    Online, In person

    In-State Tuition

    $7344

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $20304

    University of Hawaii-West Oahu is a public institution located in Kapolei, Hawaii. Students learn from experts in multiple disciplines. Students who complete an academic or technical program enter the workforce or pursue a bachelor's degree. Data on the school's average cost per credit is unavailable. Students at the accredited institution qualify for federal financial aid, including grants and loans. A total of 84% of students receive financial aid and 26% take out loans at the institution. Students earn their bachelor's degree from the school at a rate of 39%. The admission rate for new students is 95%. The admissions office provides more information about application requirements. The school holds accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior Colleges and University Commission.

    #9

    University of Hawaii Maui College

    Kahului, HI

    Graduation Rate

    25%

    Enrollment

    2,936

    Format

    Online, In person

    In-State Tuition

    $3144

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $8280

    From its campus in Kahului, Hawaii, University of Hawaii Maui College offers programs as a public institution. The school's academic and technical programs help learners reach a variety of professional goals. The institution offers coursework that gives students the chance to gain relevant knowledge and skills. Depending on the program, applicants may need to submit test scores. A waiver makes it easier to enroll. Learners benefit from support services, which include tutoring and career counseling. The amount students pay per credit is currently unknown. Learners at this accredited school also qualify for federal student aid programs, including the Pell Grant. University of Hawaii Maui College holds accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges Senior Colleges and University Commission.

    #10

    Hawaii Pacific University

    Honolulu, HI

    Graduation Rate

    46%

    Enrollment

    4,243

    Format

    In person

    In-State Tuition

    $28800

    Out-of-State Tuition

    $28800

    Located in Hawaii, Hawaii Pacific University offers 109 programs for students. The institution's top-ranked programs offer a rigorous course of study. According to the institution, the student-to-faculty ratio stands at 16-to-1. The institution reports that 97% of undergraduates receive some form of financial aid. The private institution reports a 46% graduation rate. Real-world experience helps candidates stand out on the job market. As a result, the institution offers internships, research opportunities, and other forms of experiential learning. Hopeful learners can expect admission rates of 81%. Many schools no longer require test scores for admission.