Nursing Administration Degree Programs in Honolulu, HI

Oct 09, 2018

Located less than five miles from downtown, a few schools in Honolulu, Hawaii, offer degrees in nursing administration. Read an overview of the program and admission requirements at one of the universities to find out if it's the right one for you.

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Honolulu Nursing Administration Programs

Those looking to gain skills in nursing administration and leadership have a few options in Honolulu, with a few universities offering education in this field that are less than 10 minutes from the center of the city. Learn about one of the program's formats and required coursework at the school below; there's also a table of facts and stats about the institution included.

  • Hawaii Pacific University, situated seven minutes from Honolulu's downtown area, offers a Master of Public Health degree (MPH).

School Statistics

Review this table to find out additional info on the featured school, including specifics on graduate tuition rates, acceptance rates, student enrollment and more.

Hawaii Pacific University
School Type 4-year; private
Total Enrollment (2017) 4,146*
Campus Setting Large city
Graduate Tuition & Fees (2017-18) $2,550*
% of First-Year Students Receiving Some Form of Financial Aid (2017) 96%*
Acceptance Rate (2017) 75%*
Retention Rate (2017) 65% for full-time students*
Graduation Rate (for those who began their studies in 2011) 44%*

Source: *NCES College Navigator

Hawaii Pacific University

Hawaii Pacific University's College of Health and Society strives to introduce professionals to proper health promotion and healthcare practices. Undergraduate and graduate degrees are available in nursing. A master's degree in public health, however, might be the best option for a career in nursing administration.

Master of Public Health

This master's degree program is designed to prepare students for healthcare careers in areas like U.S. and foreign governments, community and non-profit agencies and educational institutions. Areas of study include leadership, health care systems, evidence-based healthcare practices, public policy, communication and systems thinking. The program can be completed within two years and coursework be completed in a fully-online or hybrid format.

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