Hawaii Mechanical Engineering Schools

Mechanical Engineering Schools in Hawaii
State Facts
Mechanical Engineering Schools in Hawaii:
1
Undergraduate Programs:
1
Graduate Programs:
1
Schools With On-Campus Housing:
1
Average Classroom Size:
13 Students
Largest School:
University of Hawaii at Manoa
(23,898 Students)

If you want to become a mechanical engineer in Hawaii, you can attend the University of Hawaii at Manoa. The school offers Bachelor's, Master's, and doctoral degrees in mechanical engineering. If you are a resident of Hawaii, the cost of tuition every semester is just under $5000. If you are not a resident of Hawaii, the cost of tuition is just over $13,000 per semester.

Earning a Bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering is the first step to beginning your engineering career in Hawaii. In total, you must complete 120 credits of coursework. Some of the required courses you have to take include Basic Circuit Analysis, Thermodynamics, and Manufactory Processes. While you do take many classroom courses, you also take many lab courses. These classes give you practical experience in working with engineering materials.

If you want to earn a Master's degree at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, you have to complete 30 credits. This may take between two and four years. As a PhD student, you may need to spend five to seven years working on and defending your thesis. Both of these degrees include comprehensive exams to demonstrate your overall knowledge of mechanical engineering.

The cost of tuition in Hawaii is fairly reasonable at under $5000 for residents and $13000 for non-residents. However, most students do not end up paying the full cost of their degree. This is because there are many scholarships, grants, and other financial aid options that can lower your overall cost.

You can begin applying for scholarships while you are still in high school. ASCE Hawaii offers several different engineering scholarships to eligible students every year. The Native Hawaiian Scholarship is a scholarship that is awarded to native Hawaiians in various fields of study.

As a prospective mechanical engineer, all of your testing and licensing is done through the Department of Professional and Vocational Licensing. This involves passing a NCEES exam, filling out the proper application form, and paying the required fees. You must then remember to renew your license on April 30 of even-numbered years.

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Mechanical Engineering Schools in Hawaii
School Information
• Honolulu
, HI
• Public
College
• Urban Setting
Moderate
Admissions
Campus Size
Tuition Price
Online Courses
Large
Student Body
Degree Levels
Programs Offered
55%
44%
Bachelor
Master
Doctorate
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