Every year approximately 76 students graduate with a degree in civil engineering from Hawaii schools. Hawaii has 1 civil engineering schools to choose from, if you are interested in studying civil engineering. You can expect to pay an average of $7,167 per year in tuition for a degree in civil engineering in Hawaii state.
Hawaii's largest civil engineering school, which is located in Honolulu, is University of Hawaii at Manoa. Approximately 76 students graduated with a civil engineering degree from University of Hawaii at Manoa in 2009, which was 100% of the total state civil engineering graduates for that year. If you decide to attend University of Hawaii at Manoa, you can expect to pay approximately $7,167 per year to earn your degree in civil engineering.
A majority of those with an education in civil engineering pursue a career as a civil engineer. If after graduation, you are planning on working in Hawaii, it is important to know that the job outlook for civil engineering graduates in the state is not very good. There are currently an estimated 2,000 civil engineers working in Hawaii. This number is projected to increase to 2,090 by the year 2018. This indicates a 4% change in the number of civil engineers in Hawaii.
As a civil engineer in Hawaii you can expect to earn anywhere from less than $45,980 per year to more than $95,165 per year. Civil Engineers in Hawaii earn a median yearly salary of $72,365.