Each year, in Hawaii, an average of 28 students graduate with credentials in public relations. If you too are interested in studying public relations, Hawaii has 1 public relations schools from which you can choose. Tuition at Hawaii's public relations schools is approximately $14,960 per year for a degree in public relations.
The largest public relations school in Hawaii, by student population is Hawaii Pacific University. It is located in Honolulu. In 2009, a reported 12 students graduated with a public relations degree from Hawaii Pacific University. This was 43% of the total public relations graduates in Hawaii for that year. If you decide to attend Hawaii Pacific University, you can expect to pay approximately $14,960 per year to earn your degree in public relations.
A majority of public relations graduates choose to work as public relations professionals. If after graduation, you are planning on working in Hawaii, it is important to know that the job outlook for public relations graduates in the state is not very good. There are currently an estimated 260 public relations professionals working in Hawaii. And the government projects that this number will increase by 7%, or to 280 public relations professionals by the year 2018.
As a public relations professional in Hawaii you can expect to earn anywhere from less than $44,425 per year to more than $103,725 per year. But the median salary for public relations professionals earn $80,165 per year, in Hawaii.